Gang Tae-hong-ryu Gayageum Sanjo Concerto Pasakalia (composed by Park Young-ran) - Gayageum Kim Hye-ryeon

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Gang Tae-hong-ryu Gayageum Sanjo Concerto Pasakalia (composed by Park Young-ran) - Gayageum Kim Hye-ryeon +

2020.12.2
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"Pasakalia," a concerto of the gayageum Sanjo in the Gangtae Hongryu Period, combines the melody and rhythm of Sanjo, Korea's representative instrumental music, with Pasakalia, a variation of the Baroque period.

Originally, Pasacalia is a form in which a diastolic variation is carried out in the high notes by repeating the same three-beat, eight-syllable low-pitched theme, in which the theme of low-pitched gayageum and Mars (Cm, AbM7, FM7, and Gm7) were added in reverse to prepare for the existing rheumatic gayageum melody.

Jinyang Jojangdan's three-beat six-word structure and eight-word Parsakalia-style musical instruments are sometimes played by Jungmori rhythm, forming a musical instrument in different joints and sometimes matching each other.

The first Seoju section presents a low-pitched theme and harmony, and the emergence of Gayageum melody and the contending structure of the musical composition, but as the song progresses, the gayageum melody, and the low-pitched theme and harmony are integrated into one perfect harmony.

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