Gayageum sancho refers to a sanjo designed to be played with gayageum. Sanjo refers to the form of playing a musical instrument alone, starting with a slow rhythm and gradually turning into a fast one, which slowly makes the listener nervous and excited.
Gayageum Sanjo is composed of four to six rhythms. Looking at the feelings of each rhythm, Jinyangjo is very slow and lyrical, Jungmori is stable, and Jungjungmori is very entertaining. Self-momori is bright and cheerful, and Hwimori has excitement and urgency. It was made before Sanjo played with other instruments, and due to its outstanding technique, it attracted a lot of people's attention and formed several factions.
The Gangtae Hongryu Gayageum Sanjo is regarded as the head of the Kigyo faction due to its many difficult techniques such as preventing and suppressing. According to the characteristics, there are many pleasant and gentle aspects by reducing the number of cuneiforms (voice that gives a sad and sad feeling), which can be called the root of sanjo, and attracting a lot of milky and vigorous tones (voice that gives a clear and elaborate voice, giving a clear and clear feeling). The rhythm is complex, irregular, and often offbeat.
The Gangtae Hongryu Gayageum Sanjo is a solo song that pursues pure musical beauty among traditional music, and it is a valuable piece of music that gives a feeling of cheerfulness compared to other music. Currently, the Gangtae Hongryu Yageum Sanjo Preservation Society is striving to inherit and preserve the kingdom.