- Performer:Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre
- Title:Gwanak Yeongsanhoesang
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National Gugak Center's Gwanak Yeongsanhoesang, 2012. National Gugak Center Court Music Orchestra. Sangryeongsan, 09:35. Jungryeongsan, 09:40.
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National Gugak Center Court Music Orchestra. Track listing: Genre: World. Content: Stereo/Multichannel. Recording Date: 22/3/2012 Recording Venue: National Gugak Center Yeakdang, Seoul, South Korea Recording Engineers: HWANG Byeong Joon, JANG Young Jae Assistant Engineer: JEON Sungho Mixing & Mastering: Soundmirror Korea SACD Authoring: Jesse Lewis (Soundmirror, Boston). delete from library delete recommendation report errors. Submitted by Soundmirror Korea. Related titles: 1. National Gugak Center's Gajeunhoesang.
Music 2: Samhyeondodeuri & Yeombuldodeuri/ Court Music Orchestra of the National Gugak Center. The music played for the personal entertainment of Confucian scholars was called julpungryu줄풍류. Even folk musicians supposedly enjoyed playing julpungryu, so their music was called Mingan민간 Pungryu or folk pungryu. What sets it apart from julpungryu is that more variation is given to the melodies. The last piece we’re going to enjoy in this episode of Sounds of Korea is the latter parts of the folk pungryu passed down by gayageum virtuoso Kim Juk-pa and his students
An album released to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the National Gugak Center's opening. Music clip from the recording "Seryeongsan" in "Yeongsanhoesang" performed by Iwangjikaakbu orchestra). Released in 1926 ○ Published by Victor Record ‣ The National Gugak Center and Synnara record company released a compact disc album in 1991 by re-producing original SP album recorded in 1942. 광지곡 중 세령산. ○ Welcome reception for King Yeongchin, "Mugo" dance performed in the show "Court Dance of Joseon" ’ ○ Recorded on June 29 1936
As members of Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Center appear, the crowd becomes quiet. It’s almost magical ― even little children don’t make a sound. There’s something about the morning air in the palace, which is calm and strangely comforting. Dressed in red hanbok, Korea’s traditional costume, the members of the orchestra begin to play. The beginning is rather slow and deep, with the resonating sound of the geomungo, a six stringed zither. The chamber ensemble follows the geomungo solo
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CreditsCourt Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre - Primary Artist
|1||Sangryeongsan||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||9:35|
|2||Jungryeongsan||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||9:40|
|3||Seryeongsan||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||3:07|
|4||Garakdeori||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||2:00|
|5||Samhyeondodeuri||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||3:43|
|6||Yeombuldodeuri||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||4:07|
|7||Taryeong||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||2:47|
|8||Gunak||Court Music Orchestra of National Gugak Centre||4:31|