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Transcript of Gayageum
Let it be & Ob-la-di Ob-la-da 2012.10.15
Ellen Park Gayageum The gayageum is a traditional Korean zither-like string instrument, with 12 strings, although more recently variants have been constructed with 21 or other numbers of strings. It is probably the best known traditional Korean musical instrument.
It is related to other Asian instruments, including the Chinese guzheng, the Japanese koto, and the Mongolian yatga. According to the Samguksagi, a history of the Three Kingdoms of Korea,the gayageum was invented by king Gasil of Gaya at the 6th century. Wuruk handed down it to Silla. Gayageum was popularized by wuruk during the regin of king Jinheung of the Silla. The body of the gayageum is made from a single piece of paulownia (Oh-dong) tree. All traditional gayageum use silk strings, although, since the late 20th century, the silk may be replaced with nylon.
Korean traditional song Thank you for your attention.
Bonus Song!! Performance History How to play Types of gayageum 160cm wide by 30cm broad by 10cm high 142cm wide by 23cm broad by 10cm high Jeong ak Sanjo which is the original one
used for classical music which is completed in relatively recent time
used for folk music.
portrait of Wuruk Wooreuk cried tears of delight when he heard the new music, “ There is joy (in this music) but it is not exaggerated, and there is sadness, yet it is not too painful. The music you play here is certainly just as it should be.” The Alliance English Language School Strings Sookmyung Gayageum Orchestra
Arirang 5+7= (cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr Types of gayageum Bong le yui Korean
rhythm * Semachi
* Hwimori Janggu Buk
Pattern of rhythm ( Jang dan) Jeong-ak is also called pungnyu (pung-ryu, ) as exemplified by pungnyu gayageum for gayageum (12-stringed zither) for jeong-ak. Pungnyu means “elegance” or “taste”by combination of “pung” for “wind” and “ryu” for “stream.” Wind music is called dae (bamboo)-pungnyu and string music
jul (string)-pungnyu. Dae-pungnyu
is often played for dance accompaniment. Semachi
Rhydhm dung~dung duk qung duk! Sanjo Sanjo is most famous solo music.
It consists of 7 compositions- jinyangjo,jungmori,jungjungmori,gutgeuri,jajinmori,hwimori