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Not to be confused with Chuurqin.
The choor is a type of end-blown flute of varying lengths, with 3-5 holes made with reed or wood. Common among Inner Asian pastoralists, this instrument is also known as tsuur (Mongolian), chuur (Tuvan), sybyzgy (Kazakh) and kurai (Bashkir).
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