Samhyeon Yukgak, Incheon Intangible Cultural Property No. 1 +
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Samhyeon Yukgak refers to the royal dance and music of the Joseon Dynasty, banquets of local government officials, visits of high officials or noblemen, rituals of local Confucian schools, and the compilation of musical instruments used to perform ancestral rites for gods in each region.
In principle, the six-member group of two Hyangpiris and one each from Daegeum, Haegeum, Janggu, and Bukbu are required. In some cases, there are some differences in the type of musical instrument or the number of people in composition, and depending on the region (Gyeonggi, Honam, Haehae, Yeongnam, etc.) there are some differences in musical characteristics and composition of music.
The form of a performance is usually played sitting in a row, standing in two rows, walking in two rows, or playing on a horse.