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Sijo - Orchestra Of The National Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-Su - Korean Court Music (Vinyl, LP)


Download Sijo - Orchestra Of The National Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-Su - Korean Court Music (Vinyl, LP)
1969
Label: Lyrichord - LL 7206 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk


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9 Responses

  1. Julmaran says:
    Orchestra Of The National Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-Su: Orchestra Of The National Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-Su - Korean Court Music ‎ (Cass) Lyrichord: LLCT 5/5(3).
  2. Zulurr says:
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  3. Kigashura says:
    The music on this tape was performed by the Orchestra of the National Music Institute of Korea, of which Kim Ki-su was director. A brief summary of the history of Korean Court Music is given on the inside of the cassette liner. The English names for the pieces on the cassette are as follows: SIDE ONE: 1. Confucian Music 2. Confucian Music /5(3).
  4. Taulkis says:
    Orchestra of the National Music Institute, Seoul; Kim Ki-su, conductor. Description: 2 sides 33 1/3 rpm, microgroove, stereo 12 in. Contents: Music for the Confucian shrine: Ung-an chi ak. Song-an chi ak. Nagyang-chl'un. Sujech'on. Komungo tasurum. Komun-goKagokKagok. IISijoCh'wit'a, kilkunakStone chimes and bronze bells.
  5. Shajin says:
    Part of Lyrichord's never-ending mission to showcase every music culture possible, this collection of Korean Court Music was released, presumably in All of the music here is of the Confucian style, A-ak (as opposed to the Tang style, Tan-ak, or the Native Korean Yan-ak), as only the Confucian style of court music is still practiced.
  6. Zugami says:
    Listen free to Orchestra of the National Music Institute – Korean Court Music (Ung - An Chi Ak, Song - An Chi Ak and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at raitersgurnawepe.compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.co
  7. Akizragore says:
    Korean music - Korean music - Court instrumental music: According to legend, the Three Kingdoms of Koguryŏ in the north, Paekche in the southwest, and Silla in the southeast were established in the century before the 1st century ce along with the “lost kingdom” of Kaya. The subsequent organization of courts and the introduction of Chinese religions resulted in an ever-increasing.
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  9. Nejinn says:
    Korean court music refers to the music developed in the Joseon Dynasty (). Very little is known about the court music of earlier Korean kingdoms and dynasties.. It was partly modeled on the court music of China, known as raitersgurnawepe.compsetivobisirernosoundbilphoban.co court music also has similarities with the court music of Japan, known as gagaku.. There are three kinds of Korean court music: aak, an imported form of.

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