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5,000 Years of Korean Soul

  • 2020.12.3
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    haegeumsanjo was first seen by Ji Yong-gu at the end of the Joseon Dynasty, but at that time it was not called Sanjo, but rather called Sinawi.

    Later, in the early 1960s, the two mountain ranges of haegeumsanjo were formed by Ji Yeong-hui and Han Beom-su, and have been passed down to this day.

    While Ji Yeong-hee based on Gyeonggi's shamanic rhythm has many clear and cheerful rhythms, Han Beom-su based on Namdo music has a strong surfaction, but it has a simple taste because a lot of anchoring is used.

    Born in Yesan, Chungcheong Province, Han Beom-soo (1911-1980) also left Daegeumsanjo and Tung Ae-jo as the master of daegeum and tungae.

    In the haegeumsanjo of Hanbeomsoo-ryu, many of his own rhythms appear, apparently due to the creation of haegeumsanjo after the completion of the daegeumsanjo.

    The platform consists of Jinyangjo-Jungmori-Jungjungmori-Jajinmori.
  • 2020.12.6
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    Jo Hye-ryeong haegeum solo concert <Gayageum: Seo Eun-young, Taak: Seo Su-bok>

    Jo Won-haeng's "Jinhon" was written in memory of the late Cardinal Stephen Kim Sou-hwan.

    The last step of the world over that hill.
    You step on it and wave your hand with a bright smile.

    To shake off the fetish of life's obsession and greed.
    Welcome to the new world.

    I miss all your traces today.
  • 2020.12.7
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    The Seoryong Stone Pond haegeum Sanjo was handed down by Seo Yong-seok, a master of daegeum and ajaeng.

    This is very unusual, so different players have different interpretations and different expressions and methods.

    The six rhythms of Jinyangjo, Jungmori, Jungjungmori, Jungjungmori, Quick Jungjungmori, Jajinmori, and Eotmori are composed of haegeumsanjo based on the rich Southern melody of Seo Yong-seok himself. Especially, the rhythm of the geomyeonjo and the rattle in Jajinmori is characterized by the white rice.
  • 2020.12.12
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    Composed/Ryu Hyung-sun, played/created by the National Gugak Center (Gayageum/Lee Ji-hye, Choi Bo-ra, Lee Joo-in, Lee Ji-yeon, haegeum/Saju-hyeon)
  • 2020.12.13
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    Kim Young-jae and haegeum Sanjo are cute and friendly.have a slight feature

    Rather than a hearty laugh, you get the feeling of a pleasant smile.

    It has the charm of a typical game festival.
  • 2020.12.14
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    Janggu dance is a dance in which a janggu is held obliquely around the shoulder and accompanied by various rhythms.

    It is an exciting dance in which a woman moves her feet lightly with a unique gait called a magpie's step, with a well-rounded waist around the women in line with folk songs such as Shingosan Taryeong, Cheongchunga, and Gyeongbokgung Taryeong.

    In 1991, Cho Hung-dong selected music as his first work, studied each dance move, and choreographed it to express the excitement and style of our woman in his collection.

    ○ Flute/Lee Ho-jin, Daegeum/Moon Jae-deok, haegeum/Kim Ji-hee, Gayageum/Mungyeong-ah, Janggu/Jung Joon-ho, Jing/Park Eun-ha, Buk/Baek Jin-seok, Janggu/Kim Su-yong, Kkwaenggwari/Oh Young-hwan
  • 2020.12.15
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    ♡ Founded in 1962, the National Changgeuk Company continues the sound of Korean style, spirit, and life through the musical drama 'Changgeuk', which is based on pansori.

    -Actor-
    Ahn Sook-sun/Yoo Soo-jung, Young Simcheong Min Eun-kyung, Empress So-yeon, Simbongsa Yu Taepyungyang, Ppangdeok Kim Geum-mi, Kwak's wife Kim Mi-jin, etc.

    -Players-
    Park Hee-jung, Lee Seong-do, Geomungo, Choi Young-hoon, Cho Yong-soo, Daegeum Lee Won-wang, Gayageum Kim Min-young, percussion Do Kyung-han, Janggo Kim Tae-young, haegeum Won Na-kyung
  • 2020.12.17
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    Composed/Kim Young-jae, haegeum/Isora, Janggu/Ahn Hye-ryeong
  • 2020.12.29
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    ○Minyo Sori/Cho Kyung-hee, Lee Geum-mi, Kim Min-kyung, Jang Hyo-sun, Yang Myung-hee, and Lee Joo-eun

    ○ Piri/Jang Su-ho, Daegeum/Moon Jae-deok, haegeum/Kim Seon-gu, Gayageum/Park Joon-ho, Geomungo/Lee Seon-hwa, Ajaeng/Barun, Janggo/Kang Hyung-soo
  • 2021.1.1
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    Sijo is a vocal genre that sings Sijo poem with janggu accompaniment.

    ᄋ Nam Chang/Moon Hyun, Flute/Na Young Sun, Daegeum/Kim Sang Joon, haegeum/Ko Soo Young, Jang Gu/Hong Suk Bok
  • 2021.1.5
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    ○ Folk song/Kim Mi-jin, Shin Hyun-joo, Shin Jin-won, Kim Young-sim
    ○ accompaniment
    - Piri/Kim sra, Daegeum/Son Ji-yeon, haegeum/Ha Jae-won, Ajaeng/Jeong Seon-gyeom, Gayageum/Lee Eon-hwa, Geomungo/Yu Yeon-jeong, Janggu/Lee Jin-hee
  • 2021.1.9
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    ○ Sori/Cho Kyung-hee, Lee Geum-mi, Kim Min-kyung, Jang Hyo-sun, Yang Myung-hee, and Lee Joo-eun
    ○ Piri/Jang Su-ho, Daegeum/Moon Jae-deok, haegeum/Kim Seon-gu, Gayageum/Park Joon-ho, Geomungo/Lee Seon-hwa, Ajaeng/Barun, Janggo/Kang Hyung-soo
  • 2021.1.13
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    Obangxinawi

    Musical instruments such as gayageum, geomungo, haegeum, ajaeng, piri, and daegeum are played freely and spontaneously within a certain rhythm.

    Free and spontaneous, but never distracting or dissonant, so they sometimes use the expressions "harmony in discord" and "order in chaos" over Sinawi.

    It is intended to share the resonances of resonance rather than the inner echo and sympathy of the listeners with the full logic of traditional yin and yang.

    ○ Daegeum/Hyun Ba-rom, Gayageum/Cho Yeon-hee, Ajaeng/Shan Yeo-reum, Percussions/Cho Ae-ra, Geomungo/Park Seul-gi, Piri/Yoon Bo-young
  • 2021.1.21
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    ♡ Gagok is a traditional Korean vocal music that sings a poem with orchestral accompaniment.

    Namchanggok Ujo Unjo Ilwol Seongsin - Kim Kyungbae
    Kim Hye-kyung of Society
    Gayageum Im Soo-hyun, Geomungo Kang Hye-jin, Daegeum Danso Jeon In-geun, Ahn Hun-young
    Piri Park Kyung-min, haegeum Ko Yoon-jin, Janggu Lee Gun-hyung
  • 2021.1.21
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    ☆Yeomyangchun is an instrumental variation from accompaniment for traditional Gagok genre. Originally Gagok is accompanied by geomungo, gayageum, sepiri, daegeum, haegeum and janggu, but it changes when instrumented; geomungo and gayageum is eliminated, hyangpiri substitutes sepiri, and ajaeng and jwago are added.

    Yeomyangchun is famous for its daegeum solo. It was named "Geosang-ak" because it was mainly played in the court banquets. It's rhythm and melody are structurally free, giving it a cool and clear feeling.