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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Biyelgee, traditional Mongolian folk dance

Inscribed in 2009 on the The List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding. More info: UNESCO


Rowan Hartsuiker said...

Oh, yes - I have been such a great lover for this dance. It's so simplistic, yet beautiful. I love the fact that the dancers are of every age, young children, old women, every one!! It's not a tough dance I think - so therefore everyone can join in! Amazing.

Beautiful video, too. I recognize some dancers. Also from this concert, maybe you know it:

It features Bilyelgee, but also a throat singer named Lkhagva, he comes from Tes Sum (Uvs Aimag) - and a great tsuur player, which is the grandson of Narantsogt.

卦山雷藏寺 said...


may I ask a question

I would like to know the name of this dancing song

can u tell me?