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  • 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.
  • 2020.10.31
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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.
  • 2020.11.11
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    [Sori Me 6th Regular Concert]

    Ilseungwolhang is a song of the late Joseon Dynasty's annual music.

    Performance: Park Yong-ho, Jeon Myung-shin and Sorime members
  • 2020.11.21
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    "Cheongseong Jajin Leaf" is a solo piece played only by wind instruments such as daegeum and salt, also known as "Yocheonsun Iljigok."

    It is also called "Cheongseonggok" because of its clear, beautiful, long, and clear sound.

    There are also symbolic titles such as "Yocheon-sun Ilgok" and "Hwe-pal-seon" that are extremely peaceful and reflective.

    It is a variation of a song that increases the melody of "Taejim" by 2 degrees and then raises it back to the octave to add a pimple or a certain note longer.
  • 2020.12.1
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    Jongmyo Jerye is a festive ritual in which the king wishes the nation and the people to be peaceful with the help of heaven and earth, and Jongmyo Jeryeak refers to instrumental music, songs and dances performed to hold a solemn ceremony for Jongmyo Jerye.

    Jongmyo Jerye and Jongmyo Jeryeak were designated as Important Intangible Cultural Properties No. 56 and No. 1, and were preserved and handed down as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity on May 18, 2001.
  • 2019.12.11
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    [Austria Bean Music Fairline Golden Hall]

    Sponsored by Crown-Haetae Confectionary, 'the 5th Korean Pungryu European Tour' is a meaningful performance to present the essence of Korean traditional music on the European stage with Korea's best 'Myeonginchang' and conveys the beauty of Korean traditional music.

    <Survival: Kang Young-geun, Danso: Kwak Tae-gyu>

    Su Ryong-eum is a musical piece that shows the music culture of the royal court and scholars of the Joseon Dynasty.

    Water Dragon Eum is played with various musical instruments, which are enjoyed by the spirits of raw sulfur, Danso, yanggeum and Danso (duet).

    The song title "The Water Dragon sound" means "The Dragon song playing in the water.
  • 2020.12.11
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    Jongmyo Jerye is a festive ritual in which the king wishes the nation and the people to be peaceful with the help of heaven and earth, and Jongmyo Jeryeak refers to instrumental music, songs and dances performed to hold a solemn ceremony for Jongmyo Jerye.

    Jongmyo Jerye and Jongmyo Jeryeak were designated as Important Intangible Cultural Properties No. 56 and No. 1, and were preserved and handed down as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity on May 18, 2001.
  • 2020.12.21
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    Jongmyo Jerye is a festive ritual in which the king wishes the nation and the people to be peaceful with the help of heaven and earth, and Jongmyo Jeryeak refers to instrumental music, songs and dances performed to hold a solemn ceremony for Jongmyo Jerye.

    Jongmyo Jerye and Jongmyo Jeryeak were designated as Important Intangible Cultural Properties No. 56 and No. 1, and were preserved and handed down as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity on May 18, 2001.
  • 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.
  • 2021.1.1
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    2014 KBS Traditional Music Awards Music Award Winner
    Before the end of the night (Cho Eun-young's song)
  • 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
  • 2021.1.11
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    A Schematic Performance of the Wolha Yedang Seonbi Cultural Hub)
  • 2021.1.11
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    Taepyeongchunjigok is one of the most widely performed pieces of annual music played in the royal court in the late Joseon Period, and is a different name of 'Yeominrak Ryeong'.
  • 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