Dang Moi: Characteristics, prices, and history of ethnic musical instruments

Instrument

Dan Moi is a traditional Vietnamese musical instrument. It is a brass Jew’s harp in a beautifully decorated bamboo tube that is handed down to the Hmong people in Southeast Asia. When you put the sounding part on your lips and play the tip with your finger in a good rhythm, it resonates in your mouth and makes a loud sound. You can enjoy various changes in sound by changing the shape of the mouth and the position of the tongue, and by breathing and inhaling. This instrument is very widely recognized in Southeast Asia and is widely known today. History of Mu Musical Instruments] Dan Moi: Folk Instruments

Location

This instrument was born in Vietnam.

About the price

The price ranges from a few thousand yen to several tens of thousands of yen.

History of Dan Moi

Dan Moi is an instrument that is said to have originated in Asia. It is a Jew’s harp of the Vietnamese minority “Hmong”. It is played all over China, but is used by non-Han Chinese in southwestern China, such as Yunnan, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and Guizhou. It is said that calling the lips is due to a long-standing custom in Vietnam. There is debate as to whether this instrument can be called an instrument, and some consider it to be a stringed instrument

Features of Dan Moi

Dan Moi is a mechanism that resonates in the mouth and makes a loud sound when you put the sounding part on your lips and play the tip with your finger in a good rhythm. You can enjoy various changes in sound by changing the shape of the mouth and the position of the tongue, and by breathing and inhaling. Dan Moi is usually made of a thin piece of copper inlaid or a thin piece of bamboo shaped like a bamboo leaf. Cut a long blade toward the body, remove the tip of the tongue, and attach only the root to the body. This tongue is the vibrating part of the instrument. The end of the body is tied with a string or has a handle. When blowing, hold the strings or handles with your left hand and keep the instrument slightly away from your lips to avoid touching your teeth. The thumb of the right hand hits the head and bounces, the tongue vibrates, the impact is transmitted to the oral cavity, and it reverberates in the oral cavity. If you change the aperture, the sound will be different, but the number of sounds will be small, the pitch will not be standard, and it will sound a little blurry and small. Features of

Dan Moi’s song

Dan Moi is mainly used in Vietnamese traditional music.

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