Incheon Intangible Cultural Property No.5 Judae Sori

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Incheon Intangible Cultural Property No.5 Judae Sori +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 1992.5.29
location Namdong-gu, Incheonggwangyeok-si
The main vocal was a labor song, which was sung when fishermen made anchor ropes used in the sea. The contents include the sounds of wood, jaws, rope, screeching, chirping, chirping, sorghum, and sarira. Wooden bells are the sounds of cutting down trees, and jaws are the sounds of tight ropes. The stringing sound is sung when a string of three strands is twisted, which is not thick, while the wiggle sound is sung in the process of keeping the line firm and horizontal. The reindeer and chaiing sound is sung when three thin lines are made into one thick string, and when a thick twisted string is rolled, the female voice and sarira sound are sung.

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