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Mongolian music from "Egschiglen" @ ITB 2010 Berlin


Music presented by three members of mongolian group "Egschiglen" on the exhibition stand of Mongolia on Friday, March 12th, during ITB 2010 in Berlin.
Beautiful melody played on typical mongolian instrument called "Morin khuur" (type of fiddle with horse's head headstock) and - for western people - quite unusual sounding mongolian throat singing.

Music presented by three members of mongolian group "Egschiglen" on the exhibition stand of Mongolia on Friday, March 12th, during ITB 2010 in Berlin.
Beautiful melody played on typical mongolian instrument called "Morin khuur" (type of fiddle with horse's head headstock) and for western people quite unusual sounding mongolian throat singing.

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