Music of Korea
Traditional Korean music includes combinations of the folk, vocal, religious and ritual music styles of the Korean people. Korean music, along with arts, painting and sculpture has been practiced sinc...
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Taepyeongso
The Mission Impossible which it plays with the traditional musical instrument of Korea. Sogum, Taepyeongso,Daegum, Haegum, Kayagum, Ageng.
Danso
DANSO ABIAM ft.SARKODIE - BELLY DANCER...GR8 VIDEO.
Nabal (instrument)
This video will teach you how to put on a standard 상모 (sangmo), one of the two ribboned hats used generally with Korean 풍물 (pungmul) music (sometimes called ...
Geomungo
The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts 국립국악원 Geomungo 거문고 sanjo 산조 demonstration at foreigner's traditional music class completion concer...
Ajaeng
Ajaeng while on our Honeymoon.
Traditional Korean musical instruments - Video
Supreme Master Ching Hai Internation Association Member From Korea Playing Korean Instrument.
Jeongak
Jeongak (literally "proper music") is that category of Korean music which is considered classical, as distinct from minsogak which is folk music. The category has traditionally been associated with th...
Sujecheon
Sujecheon is an ancient Korean court music composition in four movements. It is the most representative piece in the jeongak repertoire. It is performed by an ensemble composed primarily of wind instr...
Gagok
Gagok is a genre of Korean vocal music for mixed female and male voices. Accompaniments and interludes are played by a small ensemble of traditional Korean musical instruments.
Korean court music
Korean court music refers to the music developed in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1905). Very little is known about the court music of earlier Korean kingdoms and dynasties.It was partly modeled on the co...
Sogak
So-gak or minsogak is a category of Korean music traditionally associated with the lower classes. It includes genres such as pansori and minyo. It is typically distinguished from jeongak, or court m...
Pansori
Pansori (Korean: 판소리, also spelled p'ansori) is a Korean genre of musical storytelling performed by a vocalist and a drummer. The music is usually performed by one sorikkun (Korean: 소리꾼, a sin...
Pansori - Wikipedia
Pungmul
Pungmul (Hangul: 풍물; Hanja: 風物 IPA: [pʰuːŋmul] POONG-muul) is a Korean folk music tradition that includes drumming, dancing, and singing. Most performances are outside, with dozens of players, all in ...
Pungmul - Wikipedia
Sanjo (music)
Sanjo, literally meaning 'scattered melodies' and is a style of traditional Korean music, involving an instrumental solo accompanied by drumming on the janggu, an hourglass-shaped drum. The art of san...
Sinawi
Sinawi, sometimes spelled shinawi, is a traditional form of Korean music. It is performed improvisationally by a musical ensemble, and traditionally accompanies the rites of Korean shamanism. The styl...
Traditional Korean musical instruments
Traditional Korean musical instruments comprise a wide range of string, wind, and percussion instruments.
Korean string instruments include those that are plucked, bowed, and struck. Most Korean s...
Traditional Korean musical instruments - Wikipedia
Oh Jeong-suk
Oh Jeong-suk (오정숙, hanja: 吳貞淑; 21 June 1935 - 7 July 2008) was an ingan-munhwage for pansori. She was designated as an ingan-munhwage 1 May 1991. She specialized in Chunhyangga, which is the 5th Impor...
Heungbuga
Heungbuga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. It is also called Baktaryeong (hangul: 박타령). The other stories are Simcheongga, Chunhyangga, Jeokbyeokga an...
Heungbuga - Wikipedia
Baltal (art form)
Baltal ("foot mask") Hangul: 발탈 is a form of puppet theatre from Korea. It is one of Korea's Important Intangible Cultural Properties. Baltal is unique in that the puppets used are manipulated wit...
Jeokbyeokga
Jeokbyeokga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Simcheongga, Heungbuga, Chunhyangga and Sugungga. This story is a retelling of the...
Pyeongyeong
The bianqing is an ancient Chinese percussion instrument consisting of a set of L-shaped flat stone chimes known as qing, played melodically. The chimes were hung in a wooden frame and struck with a m...
Pyeongyeong - Wikipedia
Junggeum
The junggeum (also spelled chunggum or chunggŭm) is a medium-sized bamboo transverse flute formerly used in traditional Korean music. Unlike the larger daegeum, it does not have a buzzing membrane (a...
Variations on a Korean Folk Song
Variations on a Korean Folk Song is a major musical piece written for concert band by John Barnes Chance in 1965. As the name implies, Variations consists of a set of variations on the Korean folk so...
Sugungga
Sugungga is one of the five surviving stories of the Korean pansori storytelling tradition. The other stories are Simcheongga, Heungbuga, Jeokbyeokga, and Chunhyangga.The pansori Sugungga is an adap...