ENSEMBLES 2009

“Janger” Horse Head String Instrument Teenager Band

Janger Horse Head String Instrument Teenager Band

 

The hero Janger, name giver to one of China’s three great epics of the ethnic minorities, first appeared in the early 13th century. The origin of the epic is based at the Hebukesai Inner Mongolia District, Xinjiang Autonomous Region, and has given rise to a special kind of Mongolian traditional music, focussing on the horse head string instrument. The Janger Horse Head String Instrument Teenager Band was founded in August of 2006 .Their major performance programs are based on the melodies of this important epic. In the past three years, it was supported by the local culture bureau and local government. It has taken part in the opening ceremonies of the 1st Janger Culture Festival and the 9th "Nadam Fair”, performed at the Janger Concert at the Janger Theatre of Hebukesai in 2006 and has received numerous awards, such as the 1st prize at the “Flower Bud”Cup Teenager Culture Competition in 2008, the 1st prize in the “2008 Olympic Qualification” Competition in Xinjiang Autonomous Region and the Golden Prize at the Beijing “Olympic Culture Festival” in July of 2008. The group was further invited to attend the 2008/2009 Asian “Teenager Musician” Music Festival and the Chinese National Instrument Competition in Hong Kong in February of 2009.

 

 

 

Ming Bao

Ming Bao

Conductor

Mr. Baoming is the founder and teacher of the Janger Horse Head String Teenager Band. 2002 he began his horse head string studies under the well-known teachers Ma Zhamusu and Qian Bayila and later received his Inner Mongolia Drama Academy Horse Head String Major. In 2006 he was invited to teach at the Xinjiang Autonomous Region Horse Head String Association and is now a member of the China Horse Head String Association and the Vice General Secretary of the China Horse Head String Association. He founded Janger Horse Head String Teenager Band in 2006 in Hebukesaier, Inner Mongolia Autonomous District Xinjiang Autonomous Region.

 

 

 

Celebration Program

 

J. Baoligao: “Sun Rising”
C. Suhebater: “Yunqing Horse”
J. Baoligao: “Tenny White Horse”
J. Baoligao: “Horse Running”
N. Huhe: “The Train”

 

 

Additional Concerts Program

 

J. Baoligao: “Sun Rising”
C. Suhebater: “Yunqing Horse”
J. Baoligao: “Tenny White Horse”
J. Baoligao: “Horse Running”
N. Huhe: “The Train”
Mongolia Melody: “Mongolia Horse”
Mongolia Melody: “Horse Clop”, “Spain Matador Melody”
J. Baoligao: “A Hymn of Praise”
J. Baoligao: “Mongolia Waltz”
J. Baoligao: “Rive Gonggeer”
J. Baoligao: “Running Horse”
J. Baoligao: “Ga Dameilin”