Mongolian Music and Dance

Mongolian music is an important part of Mongolian culture. Mongolian music is typically based on the pentatonic scale, and Mongolian instruments include the morin khuur (horse-head fiddle), the tovshuur (two-stringed lute), and the yatga (zither). Mongolian music often features throat singing, and Mongolian dance typically features a lot of acrobatic movements.

Mongolian traditional music and dance are usually performed at festivals and celebrations. Mongolians also have a strong tradition of epic poetry, and many Mongolian songs are based on epic poems. The best-known Mongolian epic poem is The Secret History of the Mongols, which tells the story of Genghis Khan and his descendants.

Mongolian traditional music and dance are important parts of Mongolian culture, and we are enjoyed by both Mongolians and non-Mongolians alike.

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