Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Mongolian Folk Art for UNESCO

ImageUNESCO registered Mongolian traditional arts including national long song, Mongolian Tuuli (epic), morin khuur (horse head fiddle), biyelgee (Mongolian folk dance) and tsuur (bagpipe) and handed a confirmation for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural heritage in National Museum of Mongolia on May 24.

The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science; Center of Cultural Heritage; UNESCO National Commission of Mongolia and the National Museum of Mongolia opened jointly an exhibition to be named “Mongolian cultural heritage enrolled World” within the framework of measure to hand a confirmation in the National Museum of Mongolia between May 21 and 23.
There were so many different tsuur, morin khuur, rare photos and portraits of famous Mongolian morin khuur players and readers an epic in the exhibition. Also, there were books and videos about history of Mongolian national long song and biyelgee.

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