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  • 2020.11.12
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    This song was composed by Kim Young-jae, a master of Haegeum and Geomungo High School, in 1982. It is a solo song of Haegeum, which is composed of traditional music from SeoDo, Yeongnam and Honam, and is played to the rhythm of Omori.

    At the beginning of the Mu rhythm, the melody of Menarijo in Gyeongsang-do is improvised, making it feel like listening to the improvised performance of the Mu rhythm, or "Alap," prior to the main performance of Raga in India.

    It was followed by the improvisation of the Manari rhythm, which led to the sad melody of the Namdo Gye-myeon. It went back to the theme of Menarijo, and it was played with the heartfelt melody of SeoDo jijang, and the theme melody was foreshadowed several times to the off-mori rhythm.
  • 2020.11.22
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    The SeoDo Band consists of practical music musicians, mainly singer-songwriter SeoDo, and continues to perform actively overseas with excellent domestic awards.

    In particular, a new genre of music called Joseon Pop is being created and pioneered, which is a combination of Joseon and Pop, and is a genre unique to SeoDo Band that will lead to "Popular Music" of the present era based on tradition.

    Based on the characteristic story, rhythm and melody of Gugak, it presents a fresh, unique genre by mixing pop elements appropriately.
  • 2021.1.20
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    ♡ Band Gwangchil is a band that produces and plays songs that modernize the interpretation of good music and folk songs.

    In particular, there is a great interest in the discovery and re-creation of SeoDo folk songs, which are less popular than Gyeonggi folk songs.

    We want to communicate with the audience the unique echoes of the folk song of SeoDo, a local folk song of Hwanghae Province.

K-Cultural Heritage (7)

  • 1994.12.5
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    Nongak is the music played by farmers when they squeeze their dure and play percussion instruments such as kkwaenggwari, Jing, Janggu, and drum.

    The nongak of Jeollanam-do can be largely classified as Jwa-do-gut, Udo-gut, and SeoDo-an-gut based on the composition, attire, and musicality. Among them, Book Coastal Gut is a nongak performed in Geumsan-myeon, Wando and Jindo areas in Goheung-gun, which are located in the South Sea and the Southwest Sea, and Gilgut is different from that of the land and has a unique identity that does not belong to any region, such as Jwa-do and U-do, where the ritual is centered.

    Goheung Wolpo Nongak is a type of Seohaean Gut, which is said to have been started by playing Nongak to boost the morale of the troops during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592. The composition of nongak consists of Deokseokgi, Nonggi, Nongak, Yeonggi, Soe, Soe, Nongbu, Jing, Janggu, Buk, Buggu, Sogo, Daeposu, and Yangban.

    It is characterized by the complete preservation of the Mungut and the strong religious character associated with the rite, and the boy's role as a "farm farmer" is outstanding, with lively dance and craftsmanship and not seen in other regions. Currently, Choi Byung-tae is recognized as the holder of entertainment in Goheung Wolpo Nongak.
  • 2011.12.6
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    Songseo literally refers to the sound of reading a book. Originally, reading sounds were used in Chinese Classics Schools. Reading ability is more like a shading or melodic singing depending on what kind of book you read. Among them, some of the musical melodies are sung by professional singers.

    Sichang(singing poetry) or Songseo(recitation) by experts is limited to extremely limited articles. "Kwansan Yungma" is representative in the current traditional music in Sichang, and in the case of Songseo, there is "Jeokbyeokbu" left by SeoDo Myeongchang Kim Jung-yeon, and "Chupunggambyeolgok," and "Samsulgi," passed down by Muk gye-wol. In addition, Yulchang materials are still left such as "Gyeongpo Daesi" and "Sipjaegyeong-yeong" sung by Kim Deok-soon. These poems originated from the recitation of Chinese poetry, and Songseo is based on Chinese reading and is a musical composition made by professional entertainers.

    Meanwhile, Songseo passed down by ordinary people through Seodang education are being passed down in another line. Songseo and Yulchang originated from the past when scholars recited the lyrics to study Chinese characters. Songseo and Yulchang of the general public are sung in a song in Chinese poems or classics, which were sung to the rhythm when reading in Seodang. In the case of reciting a poem in 5 of 7 rhythm, it is also known as Sichang. Songseo is more like a SeoDo style sound with simple Yuljo giving mournful tone, and Yulchang has a normal consonant that indicates the high, low, and long sound, allowing anyone to make the same note.

    Songseo and Yulchang designated as cultural assets of Gyeonggi-do may be regarded as cases that include both the sound of experts and the transmission of ordinary people. Han Byung-ok, the owner of the school, died on August 3, 2019, and Lee Seok-ki, an assistant instructor for successor training, is working on performances and transmission activities.
  • 2016.3.10
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    ☆Dongbu(Eastern part of Korea) folk songs are sung in Hamgyeong-do, Gangwon-do, and Gyeongsang-do and East Sea coast, and its name is distinguished from Namdo(west-southern part of Korea), SeoDo(west-northern part of Korea), and Gyeonggi(middle part of Korea).

    The songs held by the holder Park Soo-kwan are Baekbal-ga(a song of white hair), Yeongnam Mo-song(field farming song), Bier Sori, Chiya Ching Ching-nane, and Jang Taryeong, which have generally well-preserved musical, literary and folklore characteristics as eastern folk songs.

    Park Soo-kwan is a local folk song-maker who sings with the Menari-Tori of the Eastern Folk Songs, and he is striving to preserve and foster Eastern folk songs, including active transmission activities at home and abroad, for the victory of Eastern folk songs that have been neglected until now.

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