Daegeum Sanjo - Daegeum Won Janghyeon and Janggu Jeonghwayeong

K-TRADITIONAL MUSIC

5,000 Years of Korean Soul

Daegeum Sanjo - Daegeum Won Janghyeon and Janggu Jeonghwayeong +

2020.10.3
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Sanjo is a piece of music that is in the form of instrumental solo music and is played along with Jangdan accompaniment such as Janggu and Buk.

Sanjo began to be played with improvisational rhythms in the early days, but the musicality of the Sanjo master is maximized by the formation of a "long-dan frame" that moves from slow to fast, and the formation of various groups.

Won Jang-hyeon was taught a short sanjo by Kim Dong-jin for a year, and the following year, he met Han Il-seop in 1969 and began his full-fledged Sanjo class until his death in 1973, continuing his studies for five years.

The Daegeum Sanjo of Wonjanghyeon was created by adding the systematic and broad musical power of Won Jang-hyeon, who was passed down as Han Sook-gu, Won Sang-rok, and Won Kwang-jun to the melody Han Il-seop passed down in his later years.

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