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  • 2020.12.3
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    The Seoyong Pomegranate Daegeum Sanjo was handed down following Han Ju-hwan and Han Beom-su, who followed the tradition of the Park Jong-gi Daegeum Sanjo.

    The Seo Yong-seokryu Daegeum Sanjo, composed of various group changes and well-organized rhythms, has become a favorite of those who want to feel the musicality of Sanjo.

    In addition to the melodic aspects, the meticulousness of the rhythm composition and the janggu rhythm are characteristic of the Seoyong Pomegranate Daegeumsanjo.

    If you play the Seo Yong-seokryu Daegeum Sanjo for a long time, it takes more than an hour to play Jinyang, Jungmori, Jungjungmori, Jajinmori, Oomori, and Dongsalpuri.

    In today's performance, Jinyang-Jungmori-Jungjungmori-Jajinmori will be played.

    Jinyang is a place where visitors can appreciate the beauty of the group's transformation into Ujo and Gyemyeonjo. Jin Yang-man's melody is well illustrated by the echo of Cheongui.

    Jungmori often comes out in a paper form in the middle of the song, so it's simpler and more cute than revealing a big stem.

    The Ujo section of the main building in the early part of Jungjungmori has a magnificent and magnificent beauty. Even a small gourd is delicately displayed, adding to the beauty of tension and relaxation, as if listening to a cinawi.

    Jajinmori is the most Pansori-like part of the Seoyong Stone Pond Daegeum Sanjo. It is often used to build up the tune step by step to create tension, and to relax the beat by stretching the beat, and to find the beat again to make it tense.
  • 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.
  • 2020.12.7
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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.
  • 2020.12.7
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    The Jeonnam Provincial Gugak Band is dedicated to the development of traditional arts, and is taking the lead in promoting the excellence of Namdo Gugak by participating in a number of major invitational events at home and abroad, and in creating a healthy leisure culture for the public through active dissemination of Gugak such as regular performances and Saturday performances.

    In addition, we created a new genre of fusion Gugak with modern elements to provide a foundation for the new generation to easily access and sympathize with Gugak.
  • 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.
  • 2020.12.13
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    Composed by Lee Kyung-seop. It is a song that combines the intense rhythm of percussion and the delicate melody of orchestral music, which is a mixture of popular and strong beats based on Hwimori and Aumori rhythm.

    It is an exciting stage where the colorful and powerful performance of the assorted drummer stands out.
  • 2020.12.17
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    Kim Yun-deok-ryu Gayageum sanjo, which is characterized by its simple texture, deep Nong-hyun, and many offbeat rhythms, consists of Jinyang, Jungmori, Jungjungmori, Jajinmori, Hwimori and Danmori.

    It is a stage where Lee Young-hee plays the Sanjo of her teacher, Kim Yoon-deok, with her signature simple and clear performance.
  • 2020.12.17
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    Composed/Kim Young-jae, Haegeum/Isora, Janggu/Ahn Hye-ryeong
  • 2020.12.23
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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.
  • 2020.12.27
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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.
  • 2020.1.1
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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
  • 2021.1.3
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    Improvisational instrumental ensemble 'Sinawi', which is rooted in shamanic music, is a folk music that freely continues the melody of various instruments within a certain rhythm.
  • 2021.1.7
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    Lee Seok-ju's 'Taepyeongso Sinawi' is played based on the strong voice of the Southern Korea.

    It is played with melody and rhythm in the styles of Jindo.

    In general, Taepyeongso Sinawi is representative of master Han Il-seob, and this music is also his category of Sinawo music.

    ○ Lee Seok-ju of Taepyeongso, Lee Tae-baek of Kkwaenggwari, Kim Tae-young of Jangdan, and Lim Hyun-bin of Jing
  • 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