Very detailed carving and details. There are Fa and Si note strings in the instrument.
Standard note Semi-PRO in strings makes the sound melodic, therefore becoming more and more easy to learn. The amplitude of sound wave is same at every push on the string. Made by one of the Few Mongolian Master Craftsman.
The morin khuur (Mongolian:), also known as the horsehead fiddle, is a traditional Mongolian bowed stringed instrument. It is one of the most important musical instruments of the Mongol people and is considered a symbol of the Mongolian nation.
The morin khuur is one of the Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity identified by UNESCO The morin khuur is a piece of art. Handcrafted from start to finish, these instruments are full of detail and just breath traditional Mongolian culture. Its a stunning instrument to look at and a beautiful instrument to listen to. Historically, the origin of Morin Khuur(Horse-head Fiddle) has been defined by Mongols folklore and musicians.Firstly, different legends about the origin of Horse-Head Fiddle, namely, , , had been popular among the Mongolian people for a long period of time. The main idea of the legends was primarily about great relationships between humans and horses. For musicians, Horse-Head Fiddle means big language or ikel instruments, which played for telling horses tales with a long neck of Morin khuur and a bucket-shaped feature covered with camel, goat, or sheepskins.
This kind of bucket-shaped Morin Huurs are still used in Western Mongolia. Morin Khuurs are different from regions to regions, they can vary in forms and shapes representing horses, humans, lions and crocodiles heads on the instruments. Each suggested that the origin of Morin Khuur can be dated back to the ancient times and linked to the turtles footage. However, his arty ideas have not been traced due to a lack of proof.
In conclusion, Khuur and Ikel were existent in ancient Mongolia and different forms of animals and humans head were carved on Morin khuur. What is more, the Mongolians perceived their horses not only as a means of transport but also as a valuable treasure by carving the horses head on their musical instruments. The item "Beginner Kids Morin Khuur" is in sale since Wednesday, July 25, 2018. This item is in the category "Musical Instruments & Gear\String\Other String Instruments".The seller is "mongulai" and is located in Ulaanbaatar. This item can be shipped worldwide.