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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2020.12.22
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    Arirang, which was created by Park Kyung-hoon's compositions

    A Newly Green Arirang with Today's Arirang Feeling
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    Park Beom-hoon-ryu's flute Sanjo was born based on the rhythm of Gyeonggi-do's poem, which was learned by the flute player Park Bum-hoon from Ji Young-hee.

    Considering the narrow range of the flute, various and unique performance techniques centered on the precursor play an important role in the verse of the flute.
  • 2020.12.23
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    Gayageum player Jeong Jeong-yoon graduated from the Department of Korean Music at Busan National University's College of Arts and is currently active in Ulsan.
  • 2020.12.24
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    Chilgomu is colorful and energetic with seven large drums hanging on the frame and dancing while drumming.
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    Gunbamtaryeong is a folk song (minyo).

    The recording of the phonograph recorded in 1932 contains "Gunbamtaryeong," and the composer is Jeon Soo-rin (1907-1984), indicating the origin of the song.

    Later, several lyrics were added. It's called Gunbamtaryeong because of the chestnut in the chorus.

    The money wind in the waters off Yeonpyeong Island came from the fact that a lot of early-morning air was caught off the coast of Yeonpyeong Island, making a lot of money. The sentiment is similar to the Dorajitaryeong.
  • 2020.12.25
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    Director Son Jin-chaek and Kim Sung-nyeo, one of the best actresses of this era, have worked together as a total artistic director and director to dramatize Chunhyangga.

    The best producers in each field, including Yoo Young-ae Myeongchang, Kim Moo-gil, the master of Geomungo, and Guk Guk-ho, will breathe with the members of the National Folk Gugak Center!
  • 2020.12.26
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    <Chimhyangmu> Chimhyangmu which means dance in a place where India's noble fragrance 'Chimhyang' is standing, is a representative song of master Hwang Byung-ki, who developed a new coordination method of gayageum and a special performance technique.

    <Forest숲 - Master Hwang Byung-ki's first solo gayageum song, which depicts various scenes about a dense forest in the summer, consisting of a total of four movements: 'Record' 'Rain''Moonlight'.
  • 2020.12.27
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    It is a song characterized by the delicate touch of a woman and a simple and concise melody.

    The nongik of the performer Ji Sung-ja, combined with the changes of various Janggu rhythms, conveys the deep taste of the rhythm that is formed and solved through the performance.
  • 2020.12.28
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    Park Ji Na

    School of Gyeonggi-do Intangible Cultural Property No. 21 Kim Ki-bok Anseong Namsadang Pungmul Nori.
    School of Hong Ki-chul, a master of tightrope walking.
  • 2020.12.29
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    This song is about a woman named Kwak, who died of a disease after giving birth to Simcheong and failing to recover after birth. Simcheong, who lost her mother, is described in the deep voice and mournful tone of Ahn Sook-sun's masterpiece.
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    Simbongsa prayed with sincerity for the baby, but Mrs. Kwak died in seven days after birth.

    This is the part where Mrs. Kwak sang her last emotion with Simcheong in her arms as she died after giving birth to a child.
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  • 2020.12.30
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    ♡ This beautiful creative Korean traditional music and flash animation will warm your innocence of childhood.
  • 2020.12.31
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    Yeominrak was originally a song about the Chinese characters of Yongbieocheon-ga, which was known to have been created by King Sejong.

    During the late Joseon Dynasty, Yeominrak was divided into four types of music and passed down.

    Yeominrak Man, Bon-ryeong, and Haeryeong are court music performed by Gwanak ensemble, while chamber ensemble Yeominrak is a folk music handed down among yangban(aristocrats).

    Yeominrak Man, Bon-ryeong, and Hae-ryeong had a slow and profound melody as they were used for the king's journey, while chamber ensemble Yeo Min-rak has a slow, long and elegant beauty.
  • 2020.1.1
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    The original version of "Pungmulnori" and "Taepyeongso Sinawi," was re-organized into Gugak(K-traditional) orchestral music.

    original https://youtube/w2yr09_QHUG

    The ringing of Jing was organized into a chord composed of six-part harmony. As a composer who used to analyze and create sounds that were almost harmonized from the gong, I couldn't let it go. It's a simple task, but I've waited until I've mastered the technology to do it, and I'm happy to finally do it.

    Composed by Nacco Song

    Copyrightc 2019 All Rights Reserved by Nacco Song

    * This work is made with a virtual instrument of Korean traditional music developed by Seoul National University's Arts and Sciences Center. http://catsnu.com/Main/Main.aspx

    This is Korean traditional music. Taepyongso Sinawi (Taepyongso is a wind instrument with a tone similar to Trumpet that of Western instruments, and Sinawi is type of Sonata in Western music).

    The original piece of this work is played by Taipyong-so and four percussion instruments (caled Phungmul-nori). I reconstructed it into orchestra consensus of Korean traditional instrument.

    The ring of a instrument called Jing, similar to the Gong of Western Instruments, was organised into a series of six vocalizations.

    Its a simple task, but I've waited until I've mastered the skills to do this, and I'm happy to be able to do it now.

    * This work was conducted by the Korean traditional virtual infrastructure developed by the Center for Arts & Technologies at Seoul National University. http://catsnu.com/Main/Main.aspx