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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2020.8.11
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    "Jongmyo Jeryeak "Jeonpyehuimun, Huimun, Gimyeong, Yeokseong, Somu, Dokkyeong, Yeonggwan'"

    Jongmyo Jeryeak is one of the greatest masterpieces of Korean music, which has been played without any historical break until today, and is currently the No. 1 Important Intangible Cultural Property.
    The performance, singing(akjang), and dancing (ilmu) have a unique character that is performed according to the procedure of a certain Confucian rite.
    It consists of 11 songs of Botaepyeong and 11 songs of Jeongdae-eop, and will be played together by A-ak, Dang-ak, and Hyang-ak instruments. On May 18, 2001, it was listed as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

    ○ Jipsa/Hwang Kyu-sang, Jipbak/Yang Myung-seok, Akjang/Kim Byung-oh, Hong Chang-nam
    ○ Piri/Lee Young, Kim Sung-jin, Hong Hyun-woo (Taepyeongso), Kim Chul, Lee Jong-moo, Min Ji-hong, Daegeum/Lee Sang-won, Kim Sang-joon, Choi Sung-ho, Moon Eung-kwan, Kim Ki-yeop, Lee Gyeol
    ○ Haegeum/ Hwang Ae-ja, Kim Ju-nam, Ryu Eun-jung, Jeon Eun-hye, Gong Kyung-jin, Han Gap-soo, Gayageum/Cho Yoo-hoe, Lee Yun-na, Ko Yeon-jeong, Ajaeng/Kim In-ae, Geomungo/Kim Mi-sook, Yi Bang-sil, Park Ji-hyun
    ○ Pyeon-jong/Yoon Sung-hye, Pyeon-gyeong/Lee Geon-hoe, Banghyang/Jang Kyung-won, Janggu/Park Geo-hyun, Jeol (Jin)go/An Seong-il, Jing/Hong Seok-bok, Chuk/Kim Chang-gon, Eo/Ko Bo-seok, Hwi/Jo Il-ha
    ○ Mun-mu/Choi Hyung-sun, Kim Jin-jung, Mumu/Jung Hyun-do, Kim Seo-ryang

    ○ Hosted and filmed/National Gugak Center
  • 2020.8.13
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    Park Jong-ki (1879-1947) was the founder of Daegeumsanjo.

    In addition to the genius musicality, the results, which were polished with steady efforts, were united in the calculation of daegeum. His musicality has been faithfully represented in the framework of Daegeumsanjo between 1929 and early 30 years.

    Park Jong-gi's Daegeumsanjo is characterized by the sound of the dune Sanjo based on pansori. This represented the two trends of Daegeumsanjo along with the Sainawi The Dune Sanjo in Gangbaekcheon Stream. In the first half of the 1900s, Park Jong-gi actively performed with many contemporary artists and participated in many music works, and the music that he played is still being delivered. Park Jong-gi's performance in various music sources shows the early appearance of Daegeum Sanjo.

    Park Jong-ki's "Jinyang of Daegeumsanjo" does not use a variety of group changes, but it faithfully reveals its artistry through its rich sound and is similar to the "Pansori" flow. In Jajinmori, which shows the height of splendor, the melody of Pansori Chunhyangga 'Going to the Military Command' (Columbia 40041-B) is melted. Here, it is confirmed that Park Jong-gi's "Daegeumsan Mountain" is the "Sound The Manang Sanjo," which is deeply related to Pansori. Park Jong-gi's Daegeumsanjo continued to Han Ju-hwan and Han Beom-su, followed by Seo Yong-seok, Lee Saeng-gang and Won Jang-hyeon Daegeumsanjo, which are now being continued.

    The Daegeum Sanjo, played today, is composed of Jinyang-Jungmori-Utmori, Jungmori, and Jajinmori, which were recorded in the mid-1930s, along with the off-mori melody of Park Jong-gi and Kang Tae-hong's Bong Jang-chi (Korai CM809).

    ○ Daegeum/Kim Hwi-gon (National Gugak Center Jeong Band), Jang Gu/An Seong-il (National Gugak Center Jeong Band)
  • 2021.8.14
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    The dance was performed at royal ceremonies from the Goryeo (918-1392) in which a crane-shaped mask was worn on the entire body to celebrate the king's death.

    School dances were performed in court banquets or narye ceremonies to chase away evil spirits.

    ○ Dance/Kwon Moon-sook and Lee Joo-ri
  • 2020.8.20
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    Son Jung-hwa's third Gayageum solo concert.

    Graduated from National Gugak Middle School and National Gugak High School.
    Graduated from the Department of Traditional Korean Music at Hanyang University.
    Graduate School of Traditional Music, Hanyang University Graduate School, Master's and Doctor's degree.
  • 2021.8.20
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    Take a flash animation of the beautiful creative Korean traditional music that will warm your children's emotions.
  • 2020.8.21
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    01. Dongdong and Sujecheon
    ○ Bak/Jeong Jae-gook
    ○ Piri/Yang Myung-seok, Hwang Kyu-sang, Lee Young-hoe, Kim Gun-hoe, Ko Sung-jin, Ko Woo-suk, Hong Hyun-woo, Yoon Hyung-wook, Kim Cheol, Lee Jong-moo, Min Ji-hong, Kim In-gi
    Daegeum/Lee Sang-won, Chae Jo-byeong, No Boong-rae, Kim Sang-jun, Moon Eung-kwan, Kim Young-hun, Park Ki-yeop, Kim Hwi-gon, Lee Gyeol, Lee O-hun
    Sogeum/Lee Jong-beom
    ○ Haegeum/Kim Ki-dong, Hwang Ae-ja, Kim Joo-nam, Yoon Moon-sook, Ryu Eun-jung, Jeon Eun-hye, Ko Soo-young, Sa Hyun-wook, Gong Kyung-jin, Kim Yong-sun, Han Gap-soo,
    Ajaeng/Kim Chang-gon, Kim In-ae
    ○ Janggu/Park Geo-hyun
    Jwago/Hong Seok-bok

    02. String Byeolgok
    ○ Gayageum/Jang Kyung-won, Lee Jong-gil, Lee Yun-na, Kim Yoon-hee, Ko Yeon-jung, Kang Hyo-jin, Jung Ji-young, Geomungo/Jo In-hwan, Kim Chi-ja, Kim Mi-sook, Chae Eun-sun, Yoon Sung-hye, Lee Bang-sil
    ○ Hyang-bipa/Kim Hyung-seop/Lee Myung-ha
    Wolgeum/Ko Bo-seok,
    Yanggeum/Cho Yu-hoe,
    Daejaeng/Chae Sung-hee,
    Danso/Lee Seung-yeop,
    Saenghwang/Kim Seong-jun,
    Janggu/An Seong-il

    03. Jajinhannip Byeolgok 'Chosudaeyeop, Samsudaeyeop, Urong, Pyeonrak, Eonpyeon, Taepyeong-ga'
    ○ Bak/Lee Young, Piri/Kim Sung-jin, Hong Hyun-woo, Yoon Hyung-wook, Kim Chul, Lee Jong-moo, Min Ji-hong, Kim In-ki, Daegeum/Chae Jo-byeong, No Boong-rae, Kim Young-heon, Park Jang-won, Kim Hwigon, Lee Oh-hoon
    ○ Haegeum/ Hwang Ae-ja, Kim Ju-nam, Yoon Moon-sook, Ryu Eun-jung, Jeon Eun-hye, Ko Soo-young, Sa Hyun-wook, Gong Kyung-jin, Kim Yong-sun, Han Gap-soo, Sogeum/Lee Jong-beom
    ○ Gayageum/Jang Kyung-won, Lee Jong-gil, Lee Yu-na, Kim Yoon-hee, Ko Yeon-jung, Kang Hyo-jin, Jung Ji-young, Geomungo/ Jo In-hwan, Kim Chi-ja, Kim Mi-sook, Chae Eun-sun, Yoon Seong-hye, Yi Bang-sil, Go Bo-seok, Ajaeng/Kim In-ae, Janggu/Hong Seok-bok, Jwago/An Seong-il

    ○ Hosted and filmed/National Gugak Center
  • 2020.8.23
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    [Jukhyang Isang River]

    Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1937, he returned to Busan with liberation.

    Having been talented in wind instruments since childhood, he started learning how to play the Danso from his father when he was five years old, followed by Lee Duk-hee, Ji Young-hee, and Jeon Chusan as his teachers and learned how to play the flute, Danso, Tungso, salt, and Taepyeongso.

    He was also taught by Han Ju-hwan (1849-1925) and Park Jong-ki (1879-1963), who inherited the tune of Han Sook-gu (1849-1939), known as the founder of Daegeum Sanjo, and pioneered a new field of Daegeum Sanjo.

    No.45 Important Intangible Cultural Property and Daegeum Sanjo Entertainment Owner who has devoted himself to Daegeum with a thousand years of history as part of Silla Samjuk
  • 2021.8.24
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    Sogo dance is a dance that emphasizes the improvisation of one's own style without being tied to a certain form, and it is a work in which Sogo and dance can be combined together to boost our spirit and excitement and share our deep-seated emotions.

    ○ Appearance/Hong Sung-mi, Jung Mi-young, Chae Hee-kyung, music/traditional music group 'Pan'
  • 2020.8.27
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    Koreans have long held such events to prevent disasters and infectious diseases.

    In particular, on the first day of the first lunar month, a group of local pungmul members traveled around the village to perform pungmul rituals, which have been handed down to this day and have various forms.

    Gayageum Byeongchanga Jeon Hai-ok and percussionist Choi Young-jin took the first step to Gwanghwamun Square, the capital and center of South Korea, to prevent new infectious diseases such as coronavirus and bad energy.

    They went around the five sides of Seoul, begging the gods to prevent misfortune, and praying for complete happiness by singing and performing.
  • 2020.8.30
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    Daolsori is the winner of the bronze medal of the 8th 21C Korean Music Project 2014.

    Daol Sori continues to discover local folk songs of Korea and present them to the world.

    (2017 Seoul Arirang Festival October 15, Gwanghwamun Square)
  • 2021.8.30
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    Take a flash animation of the beautiful creative Korean traditional music that will warm your children's emotions.
  • 2020.8.31
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    Nakyangchun is a court music that combines Pyeonjong and Pyeongyeong percussion instruments in the formation of a wind ensemble. Unlike traditional music, which is rich in Nonghyeon and Sijimse, Nakyangchun's melody progresses relatively simply without decoration, giving a classical feeling. The harmony of Pyeonjong and Pyeongyeong percussion instruments, Changsha, where several musicians sing poems, and the melody centered on Dangpiri provide the unique charm of Nakyangchun Bay.

    ○ Bak/No bung-rae, Leader/Lee Jung-kyu, Kim Byung-oh, Hong Chang-nam, Lee Joon-ah, Jo Il-ha, Park Jin-hee
    ○ Piri/Lee Gun-hoe, Kim Seong-jin, Kim Cheol, Kim Seong-jun, Min Ji-hong
    Daegeum/Kim Sang-joon, Choi Sung-ho, Moon Eung-kwan, Ryu Eun-jeong, Park Jang-won
    Haegeum/Yoon Moon-sook, Ko Soo-young, Gong Kyung-jin, Han Gap-soo
    Pyeon-jong/Chae Eun-sun
    Pyeon-gyeong/Jo Yu-hoe
    Ajaeng/Kim Chang-gon
    Sogeum/Lee O-hun
    Jwago/Hong Seok-bok

    Hosting and Filming/National Gukak Center
  • 2020.9.1
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    Sangryeongsan is the first piece of Yeongsanhoesang, which consists of a collection of nine songs, and is loved as a solo performance by Piri or Daegeum.

    Jeong Jae-guk, a master of Korean traditional music, will join young musicians who participated in the European performance of Korean traditional music in 2010 and showed the essence of the piri.
  • 2020.9.2
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    The 22nd National Rookie of the Year Presentation Conference

    the stage of young newcomers who will open up the future.
  • 2020.9.3
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    Kim Il-goo-ryu Ajaeng Sanjo is a song with a strong sound element, the most artistic and masculine charm, and is composed of a melody that requires a change in tone and high technique.

    This performance will be performed by Sung Han Yeo-reum as a Yulgaek program hosted by the Korean Culture House Cow on April 3, 2018.

    long-range Kim Yeon-soo