Welcome to your journey into the Morin Huur, the Mongol Bichig, which is the traditional Mongol Script and the Mongol culture.

If you are impatient you can explore the page related to the Morin Huur or Mongol Bichig courses directly.

About your instructor

Steve E. Morel a French artist and musician, who has been exploring Mongol Folk Art & Music, Calligraphy, and ancestral philosophy since 2014.

He teaches Morin Huur since 2016.

He is also a graduate from the Choi. Lubsanjab University of Language and Civilization as specialist in Mongolian Language and Literature (Bachelor of Arts), since 2020.

The UUGUUL DISCORD Community was created in order to share our passion all together.
We wish for this server to be as constructive as possible and to be a great source of knowledge for any person who want to learn more about the Ancestral Mongolian Arts and Culture.

Here are some of the features the community has to offer:

  • Have a direct input on the next content to be released and stay informed about their release.
  • Share your progress with the Morin Huur, language or singing with others and get useful and constructive advice in order to improve.
  • Converse with the community about history, language, music or others subjects.
  • Discover new world and ancestral arts and culture.
  • Use the card game to improve your Mongol language vocabulary.
  • Have a direct connection with your instructor.

In order to improve your learning experience


As a passionate about the Morin Huur and Mongol culture in general, I simply enjoy sharing what I know and what I learned, spending a lot of time learning and asking around about this instrument and its ancestral heritage. These courses are the fruit of my research and time spent with various Mentors, sometime by myself with recordings or archives and sometime from my own intuition.

I hope and wish for this content to help people who share the same passion!

So please considerate what I share carefully and feel free to explore on your own!
NB: Please accept my apologies for my poor English, as a French I really do my best.

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