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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2020.10.16
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    - Explanation of the curvature.
    Inspired by what astronomer Carl Sagan left in his book, "The Little Blue Spot," which saw the Earth taken by Voyager 1, he expressed the wonders of life and vast Mother Nature in exquisite musical breathing.

    ★ Bud - Composed, keyboard: Ko Man-seok / Flute: Park Si-hyun / Daegeum: Kim Tae-hyun / Taak: Shin Won-sup

    - Performance Description
    The 21C Korean Music Project, which was first held in 2007, began with the production team's agony to encourage fresh and competent young Gugak musicians to participate more actively and create high-quality creative Gugak over the past decade. Through the 21C Korean Music Project, which begins anew with a dream of a new decade, it is hoped that Gugak will be a music enjoyed together regardless of gender or age by discovering competitive and high-quality works in the global market in a bold attempt to interpret the characteristics of traditional music, not difficult and hard to hear.
  • 2020.10.17
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    Gayageum Sanjo is a very simple and strong one with a unique body that is different from any other Gayageum Sanjo, which is now commonly played at this is a very simple and strong one.

    Born in Yeoju, Gyeonggi Province, Seo lost his mother when he was young and grew up in Gurye, South Jeolla Province, at the age of 8.

    He was taught Gayageum Sanjo by his uncle Jeong Nam-ok, who is a windbreaker, and is said to have set up the framework of Gayageum Sanjo before Kim Chang-jo at the age of nine.

    His production of Gayageum has become a subject of research due to its high value in the history of Korean music, and is compared to the other line of Gayageum Sancho, which is passed down mostly by Gyeomyun-gil.

    [Yerang Lee]
    Gimhae National Gayageum Contest Youngest Presidential Award
    a suspicious young gayageum
  • 2020.10.18
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    Traditional performance gala performance reinterpreting Korea's excellent traditional performances such as pungmul, mask dance, lion dance, and Verna play with the cheerful energy of the clown group The clown (Gwangdae)

    The clown of Yeonhee group
    Unit: Ahn Dae-cheon, Choi Young-ho, Sun Young-wook, Heo Chang-yeol, Hwang Min-wang, Lee Sang-young, Eum Dae-jin, Bae Jung-chan, Kim Yong-hoon, Lee Kang-san
    Planning: Kim Soo-yeon, Kim Yoon-mi, Ahn Young-ji
  • 2020.10.19
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    Black-and-white video in this clip: Materials owned by the Gugak Music Museum. In the late 1950s, the performance of Im Bangwool's master singer Pansori Jeokbyeokga (Buk : Lee Jung-up) was held at Wongaksa Temple in Seoul.
  • 2020.10.21
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    Daechuta is a military music performed by kings or noblemen and military marches, consisting of wind instruments and percussion instruments.

    Daechuta was composed of wind instruments such as family register, Nabal, Nagak, Nagak, and Taepyeongso, and percussion instruments such as Jing, Buk, Bara, and Janggo, which were performed by the king's movements, the march of noblemen, and military music belonging to the propaganda office and the English language.
  • 2020.10.22
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    Shin Su-yong's composition Vol.3 'I'm the best luckiest' in the album.

    Sin Su-yong - a Korean classical musician who works on fusion music using various genres of music such as vocal music as well as traditional Korean music
  • 2020.10.23
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    Kim Juk-pa (1911-1989), who was taught by his grandfather Kim Chang-chang (1856-1919), was passed down by his grandfather Han Seong-gi (1899-1950), his apprentice to Kim Chang-jo, forms the framework of the Kim Juk-pa-ryu Gayageum production.

    Kim Ok-kyung (Kim Eun-hee, a student of Jeong Jeong-yeol) compares the characteristics of Kim Juk-pa's gayageum Sanjo, one of the most active sands currently played, with Kim So-hee (1917-1995), a half-brother of Kim Juk-pa, and once a girl's master singer, to the taste of gomguk, and the meaning of Sung Geum-yeon sancho was seasoned with the mountain.

    This deep taste of Kim Juk-pa comes from his five-graft method of schizophrenia, a combination of grandiose low notes, various group changes, and colorful vocal sounds.

    Meanwhile, the melody of the song is refined, woven, and composed by Kim Juk-pa, a woman for a long time, and also elaborates on Nonghyeon.
  • 2020.10.24
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    The sword dance of Korea is seen in various documents, including "The History of the Three Kingdoms," as the sword dance of the Silla Dynasty's Guanchang is Hyoshiim.

    However, during the Goryeo Dynasty, the appearance of Guanchang was replaced by a mask, and during the Joseon Dynasty, the female Guan Changmu was recorded, so the sword dance, which was a brave dance, seems to have changed into an elegant Yeo.

    After the Silla Dynasty, it was passed down or destroyed by government officials who had been subjugated to the royal court and government offices, and it was eventually established in Gwonburn nationwide.

    In Gyeongsangnam-do, Jinju, Tongyeong, and Dongnae were handed down from Jinju, but they disappeared with the abolition of Kwon Beon, but they have been restored from Jinju to this day.
  • 2020.10.25
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    [Austria Bean Music Fairline Golden Hall]

    "Pansori" is an epic song play in which one person sings and one person accompanies a tune with a single sound book.

    Simcheong sold herself to three hundred seats of rice to open her father's eyes, but was reincarnated as 'Chunwoo Shinjo' to become the empress of the country.
  • 2020.10.26
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    It is a traditional ritual of our mothers who prayed for their family's well-being, and a piece that conveys their hearts in their hands.

    The existing lyrics include the sound of Namdo and Gugak orchestral music, creating a more grand atmosphere.

    Gayageum/ Kim Min-young, Daegeum, Taak, Sori/ Jung Kwang-yoon, Piri, Taepyeongso/ Lee Jae-hyuk, Ajaeng, Taak, Cho Seong-jae, Taak, Sori/ Kim Tae-young, Soribook, Soori/ Kang Min-soo, Sori/ Kim Yul-hee
  • 2020.10.27
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    Daegeum is a horizontal line that represents Korea.

    It is said that Silla had Samjuk, called Daegeum, Junggeum, and Salt.

    Among them, the payments have continued to this day and night. As shown in the Manpa-style folktale, Daegeum has the image of a musical instrument that benefits the world with a mysterious instrument.

    The daegeum includes the daegeum of Jeongak and Sanjo.

    Compared to Jeongakdaegeum, Sanjo Daegeum is relatively short in length. Therefore, there is a high sound.

    The charm of daegeum lies in the blue sky. It is the echo of a thin reed membrane.

    The Park Jong-gi Daegeumsanjo is a mountain of long-standing origin. It contains the native and circular sentiments of Jindo, Jeolla-do.
  • 2020.10.28
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    "Pyeongtaek Turtle Play" has long been handed down in more than 20 villages in Pyeongtaek.

    Every Chuseok, young people who visited the graves made turtle clothes out of sorghum leaves and went from house to house, which was born to ward off evil spirits and to pray for the good harvest of the village.

    It is also a traditional game that shows our exciting culture by sharing rice cakes and food with neighbors and promoting harmony and solidarity in the village.

    In particular, it won the grand prize at the Gyeonggi Folk Arts Festival in 2013 and the silver prize at the Korean Folk Arts Festival in 2014, becoming the representative folk game of Pyeongtaek.

    This shows that it is a folk game culture that inherits our own traditions, and is meaningful in that it can be enjoyed without any burden by all ages and men and women.
  • 2020.10.29
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    It depicts the desperation of Chunhyang and Mongryong who are breaking up.

    Lee Nan-cho Master singer is the owner of the national intangible cultural asset No. 5 Pansori Heungbo.
  • 2020.10.31
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    01. 1906 Imperial Household Chwita, Byulgut and Gukgeori (Gutgeori)

    ○ Deungchae/Kim Ki-dong, Taepyeongso/Kim Chul/Min Ji-hong, Nabal/Kim Sung-jin, Nagak/Park Jang-won, Jabara/Kim In-ki, Jing/Hong Hyun-woo, Yong-go/Kim Sung-joon/Lee Oh-hoon, Jang-gu/An Seong-il

    02. Current Daechuta~Actually Whimori

    ○ Deungchae/Lee Jung-gyu, Taepyeongso/Ko Woo-seok/Lee Jong-moo, Nabal/Lee Jong-gil, Kim Young-heon, Lee Jong-beom, Nagak/Yoon Hyung-wook, Lee Gyeol, Lee Seung-yeop, Jabara/Moonhyun/Kim Byung-oh, Jing/Hong Chang-nam, Janggu/Park Geo-hyun, Yong-gon/Kim Hwi-Seob, Kim Hyung-Seop

    03. Chuta, Gilgunak, Giltaryeong, Byulujotaryeong, Gunak
    ○ Homemade/bottlenecks, flute/yang Myung-seok, Hwang Kyu-sang, Lee Young-ho, Lee Gun-hoe, Kim Sung-jin, Ko Woo-seok, Hong Hyun-woo, Yoon Hyung-wook, Kim Sung-joon, Kim Sang-joon, Choi Sung-ho, Moon Eung-kwan, Kim Young-hun, Park Ki-yeop, Kim Hwigon, Lee Seung-yeop, Lee Jong-bum, Lee Gun-hoe, Lee Gun-mu, Dae-mu, Dae-yeop, Dae-yeop, Dae-yeop, Lee, Dae-moo, Dae-moo, Dae-moo, Dae-moo, Lee, Lee, Lee,
    ○ Haegeum/Kim Ki-dong, Kim Ju-nam, Yoon Moon-sook, Ryu Eun-jung, Jeon Eun-hye, Ko Soo-young, Sa Hyun-wook, Kim Yong-sun, Han Gap-soo, Sung Yeon-young, Choi Tae-young (guest), Ajaeng/Kim Chang-gon, Kim In-ae
    ○ Janggu/Hongseokbok, Jwago/Anseongil

    04. Yeo Min-rak, Bo He-ja
    ○ Jip Park/Lee Young, Flute/Yang Myung-seok, Hwang Kyu-sang, Lee Gun-hoe, Kim Sung-jin, Ko Woo-suk, Hong Hyun-woo, Yoon Hyung-wook, Kim Chul, Kim Sung-joon, Lee Jong-moo, Lee Jong-moo, Daegeum/Lee Sang-won, Chae Jo-byung, No Boong-rae, Choi Sung-ho, Moon, Kim Young-yeop, Park Jang-won, Kim, Kim, Kim, Hwi-won, Kim, Seung-won, Kim, Kim, Seung-won, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Hwi-won, Hwi-eun, Kim
    ○ Haegeum/Kim Joo-nam, Yoon Moon-sook, Ryu Eun-jung, Jeon Eun-hye, Ko Soo-young, Sa Hyun-wook, Kim Yong-sun, Han Kap-soo, Sung Yeon-young (guest), Choi Tae-young (guest), Gayageum/Chae-hee/Jang Kyung-won, Jo Yoo-hoe, Lee Jong-gil, Lee Yun-na, Go Yeon-jeong, Jung-young, Geom, Kim Chi-mi, Kim, Kim Chi-go/Kim, Kim Chi-mi, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim, Kim Chi-mi, Kim Chi-go/Kim Chi-
    ○ Pyeonjong/Kim Hyung-seop, Pyeonkyung/Jo In-hwan, Ajaeng/Kim Chang-gon/Kim In-ae, Janggu/Hong Seok-bok, Changsha/Lee Jung-gyu, Munhyeon, Kim Byeong-oh, Hong Chang-nam, Lee Joon-ah, Jo Il-ha, Lee Sun-in (Gaengwon), Park So-hyun (Gaengwon) and Kim Gaek-won)
    ○ String melody composition/all parts
  • 2020.11.1
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    A thousand-year-old manse is one of the traditional Korean music pieces that combine the Gye-myeon music Dodri, Yangcheong Dodri, and Ujo music. The instruments are composed of Daegeum, Sepiri, Haegeum, Gayageum, Geomungo, Yanggeum, Danso and Janggu, followed by Yeongsan Hoesang or Byeolgok.

    Doddry means returning to Korean, meaning that the same tune is played over and over again.