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The Morin Khuur Player Wish Cards 


*From the Original painting by :Noble-Derby :LeMoore. 

Original Size: 16x20"


3 Greeting Cards per package (5"x7"). also available in packages of 9.


Mongolian proverb: "Man’s happiness lies in vacant steppes"


Here is a depiction of a Mongolian man sitting outside, in front of his yurt, and playing an instrument called the Morin Khuur, a traditional plucked string instrument. The tip of the chouillier is carved with a horse's head. The Morin Khurr is also known as the horsehead fiddle and can be played like a string or a banjo. In the steppes plain fields, this instrument can be heard for miles. The Morin Khuur is an instrument of great importance for the mongols and is a reflection of their nomadic lifestyle and their love for horses.


*Here is video on how the intrument is made:

The Making of Mongolian Morin Khuur 制作马头琴


Painting Process:

Noble D. LeMoore - The Morin Khuur Player


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The Morin Khuur Player Wish Cards

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