Chaomong Ancient Bow String Music
Originated in Inner Mongolia grassland, Chaoer art, known as "cultural diamond", is the predecessor of horsehead art and the unique traditional and ancient musical instrument of Mongolian. According to records, Chaoer was born before the 13th century and became one of the main instruments in court music after the 13th century. In the long course of history, Chao Er stepped from the folk to the palace, then from the palace to the Royal Palace and gradually scattered the folk. After several stages of development, in the course of its change, not only the name has changed, but also its shape, structure and chord setting are different, and its playing methods are various. Therefore, the protection and development of this ancient Mongolian art is of great practical significance and far-reaching historical influence to promote the inheritance and promotion of Mongolian excellent traditional music culture.