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    • Disappearing Horchin Mongolian Narrative Songs 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (2010-12-10)
      This presentation discusses the present situation of Horchin Mongolian folk narrative songs, based on my fieldwork carried out in the spring of 2010. Most Horchin Mongolian songs are narratives based on actual events, and ...
    • Hasunbagan Eulogy of Tobacco Pouch 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Hasunbagan, the oldest man in the area who is known to know a lot about local culture. He used to sing well but due to a stroke, he stopped singing. He recite a Eulogy of Tabcco Pouch he used to make on weddings. He says ...
    • Hasunbagan talks about Song Baljinima Jaana 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Hasunbagan, the oldest man in the area who is known to know a lot about local culture. He used to sing well but due to a stroke, he stopped singing. The lady just beside him is his sister who often complemented what ...
    • Hasunbagan talks about Song Danabal 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Hasunbagan, the oldest man in the area who is known to know a lot about local culture. He used to sing well but due to a stroke, he stopped singing. The lady just beside him is his sister who often complemented what ...
    • Lungyan, Baibai Angga 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Lungyan is an ordinary housewife who seldom sings. She sings this song as she heard from her father. This song is about a man missing his lover. In this collection, there are 40 video recordings of Horchin Mongolian songs ...
    • Mönghöljei, Dörben chag-un daguu 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of her songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is an eulogy of a mountain in the neighbouring Darhan Banner. This song is a very ...
    • Mönghöljei, Baihü gege 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of his songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is about a girl’s lament over her not being able to marry her loved one due to arranged ...
    • Mönghöljei, Hanxiuying 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of his songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This narrative song is said to consist of 44 verses. It is about a panicked mother finding a ...
    • Mönghöljei, Jinjiema 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of his songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is about a man missing his deceased wife. n this collection, there are 40 video ...
    • Mönghöljei, Namug Chegel-ün Burgasu 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of his songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is an eulogy of a mountain in the neighbouring Darhan Banner. This song is about ...
    • Mönghöljei, Tengriin Salhin 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of her songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is an eulogy of a mountain in the neighbouring Darhan Banner. In this collection, ...
    • Mönghöljei, Tuguljin Agula 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Mönghöljei is an ordinary countryman who likes singing. Most of his songs were learnt from his maternal grandmother and uncle. This song is an eulogy of a mountain in the neighbouring Darhan Banner. In this collection, ...
    • Ochir, Baljinima Jana 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Ochir is a professionally trained singer who is learning folk song performance from several bards including Bütügegchi after he graduated from Inner Mongolia Music college. In this collection, there are 40 video recordings ...
    • Ochir, Nutug Usu 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Ochir is a professionally trained singer who is learning folk song performance from several bards including Bütügegchi after he graduated from Inner Mongolia Music college. Eulogy of one’s homeland is a common theme of the ...
    • Temür- Jinxiang's grandson 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Temür is grandson of Jinxiang who is the female character of a locally very famous narrative love song called by the name of the male character Danabal. Temür talks about the real people and the events, and how people have ...
    • Ündüsü, Nugunjiyaga 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Ündüsü is an ordinary countryman. This song is about a far away married girl’s missing of her mother’s home. In this collection, there are 40 video recordings of Horchin Mongolian songs made during fieldwork in 2010 and ...
    • Yolu Band, Gada Meiren; Holbuga-Horchin nutug-un magtagal; beye huyaglahu; Darhan hushigun-u magtagal 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      This is a performance of Yolu-yin Modu Band consists of locals. In this clip there is song about their local hero Gada Meiren, Eulogy of their mother land Horchin and their Darhan banner, and description of hero’s armouring ...
    • Yolu, Baljinima Jana 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      This is a performance of Yolu-yin Modu Band consists of locals. Another short version of the narrative song Baljinima Jana. In this collection, there are 40 video recordings of Horchin Mongolian songs made during fieldwork ...
    • Yolu, Xia Zhou Ulus 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      This is a performance of Yolu-yin Modu Band consists of locals. Xia Zhou Dynasty is an example of hugu-un üliger, Horchin story telling which was very popular in Modern time. This special genre of Horchin folk art is derived ...
    • Yosutu, Gada Meiren 

      Ujeed, Uranchimeg (World Oral Literature Project, 2012-11)
      Gada Meiren is a narrative song about a local hero who fought against Chinese warlord’s cultivation of pastureland. These two verses are most popularly sung all over Inner Mongolia instead of singing whole narrative song ...