Performer: The Orchestra Of The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts
Title: Yŏmillak: The Selection Of Korean Classical Music
Style: Korean Court Music, Classical
Category: Classical / Folk music
Album rating: 4.3
Size MP3: 1768 mb
Size FLAC: 1863 mb
Size WMA: 1466 mb
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Yŏmillak is the most extended piece of orchestral court music surviving in Korea and it has for many centuries been used for royal processions and at banquets. Yŏmillak is the piece notated in the oldest surviving Korean score - a score contained in the Annals of Sejong, written in 1454.
Music and performing arts. Korean traditional music is also known as Kugak (national music). The first evidence of Korean music appeared in the extant text of Samguk sagi (History of the three kingdoms) in 1145, which described two string-like instruments; Kayagum and Komun’go. Traditional Korean music was brought to heights of excellence under the Lee kings of the Joseon Dynasty (Chosun Dynasty) between 1392-1897. Western music education soon became a part of the Korean educational curriculum for the elite and included choral singing and playing instruments. Hence, the Japanese and Korean elites embraced Western music; thereby neglecting Kugak. However, to not go extinct, Kugak adapted the western style of music. In the 1900’s, Pansori gave rise to a new genre influenced by western music called Ch’angga (choral song/theater) which gave way to musical theaters and opera.
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The flagship orchestra of Korea's centuries-old National Gugak Center, this virtuosic 55-member ensemble continues its Berkeley residency (part one) with a performance of traditional Korean court and folk music. The term "gugak" translates as "national music," and the orchestra is responsible for preserving ancient musical traditions, as well as developing contemporary works for performance. Public Forum Sat, Oct 28, 1pm Alumni House A talk with six of the contemporary composers who have created new work for the Korean National Gugak Center Creative Traditional Orchestra-Edmund Campion (UC Berkeley), Shih-Hui Chen (Rice University), George Lewis (Columbia University), David Evan Jones and Hi Kyung Kim (UC Santa Cruz), and. Chinary Ung (UC San Diego)-and the esteemed Korean composer Geon Yong Lee.
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