Muan Sangdong Deul Song No. 41 of Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property


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Muan Sangdong Deul Song No. 41 of Jeollanam-do Intangible Cultural Property +

Classification Intangible Cultural Property
Designated date 2006.12.27
location Muan-gun, Jeollanam-do
Muan Sangdongdeul Song is one of the wild songs that represent the Yeongsangang River basin, which is sung during village collaboration such as mochi, rice planting, rice paddies, and pungjang.

Muan Sangdong's wild song is a song that is passed down in the Yeongsangang River basin 'Gansori Kwon'. As a wild song representing the Yeongsangang River basin, the systematic composition stands out.

The composition of mochi-sori-sori-sori-sori-sori-sori-모sound<잦)sound--논sori상-논sori긴-<sori--<sori--<sori--긴sori--풍sori 보여준다-풍sori 보여준다 shows systematic perfection.

Among these songs, "Mu Sam Sori" and "Gansori" especially show the characteristics of the long and well-formed wild songs in the Yeongsangang River basin. Sangdong's wild song contains the dynamic of a long, powerful, and strong male labor song.

The Muan Sang-dong Song Preservation Society is a community organization that teaches wild songs in Sangdong Village, and has been performing various performances, including winning the 28th Namdo Cultural Festival's Best Award for Best Performance (2001) and the 43rd Korean Folk Arts Festival's Achievement Award (2002).

Since childhood, Ko has learned wild songs naturally in the process of working with local adults in the fields. In particular, I learned from what Ko Jae-sik and Ko Jong-seok did. At that time, adults said, "Send to the battlefield," so they sent rice paddies from other rice paddies to sing songs, which naturally led to the development of the singer's ability.

Like a farmer who has worked in the fields all his life, Ko Yun-seok is well aware of the agricultural culture behind the wild songs. And it is evaluated that it has good wood composition and strength, so it sings the sound of the front properly.


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