Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 30 Goheung Hanjeokdeul Song


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Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 30 Goheung Hanjeokdeul Song +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property / Traditional Performing Arts / Comprehensive Arts
Designated date 1996.10.14
location Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do
Nongyo is a song that is sung to forget fatigue and improve efficiency while working on rice paddies and fields, also called wild songs or farming sounds. Singing individually or collectively as one of the folk songs, the song may vary depending on the region.

Goheung Hanjeokdeul Song is in an important position in terms of music, adding the sound of the yukja-baegi-kwon to the sound of the Menari-kwon. In terms of distribution rights, it belongs to the South Jeolla Province birth control group. The content consists of a mochi song, a rice planting song, a rice paddy song, and a jilgut. Mochi and rice planting are usually performed by women, and Mochi songs are sung from dawn to morning, steaming unknowns. There are Bangae-taryeong, which is sung before a meal, and Du-gurae, which is sung after eating. Nonmaegi song is sung by men while hanging rice paddies. Jilp is a song sung on the last day of the rice paddies and is sung when they are about to lose. Jiljisim is a song sung by farmers as they return to the village playing pungmul on the day of the rice paddies. In other areas, it is called jangwonjil nori or jilkkonngi. The Mochi-gi song, Mochi-gi song, and Non-maegi song are in the form of

Hanjeokdeul's song is centered on songs with a yukja-baegi scale, and is a song that combines yukja-bae-gi and manari-jo, such as Bangae-taryeong, and has a very important musical value. Jung Bong-ju, a man living in Goheung-gun, and Park Ban-sim, a woman, are continuing their careers.


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