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Young Sanjo 5

VARIOUS

Young Sanjo 5

Ref: FSD6968


Price: 19.99

Volume 5 in the series that highlights some of Korea's leading young traditional musicians. These include Kim Eunmi - Daegum, Kim Ella - Haegum, Hon Jedon - Kayagum, O Kyonja - Geomungo, Lee Taebaek - Chango

1. Geomungo Sanjo 2. Begum Sanjo 3. Kayagum Sanjo 4. Daegum Sanjo 5. Sinawi


The Soul of the Peninsula (Ban-do Eui Han) Korean Folk Songs Played on Haegeum

KIM YOUNG-JAE

The Soul of the Peninsula (Ban-do Eui Han) Korean Folk Songs Played on Haegeum

Ref: FSD6727


Price: 26.99

Kim Jong-Jae is a composer and performer of haegeum and geomungo. His compositions are known for combining Korean traditional music with western elements. He has composed over 200 pieces and was involved in the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 World Cup in Japan/South Korea. The haegeum is a 2 stringed Korean fiddle, held vertically and played with a bow. It is used in court music and folk music. Kim Young-Jae plays haegeum accompanied by Jang Duk-Hwa on jannggo percussion. Recorded in Seoul in 1995.

1. Kin Arirang 2. No-rae Ga-rak 3. Cheong-chun Ga 4. No-deul Gang-byeong 5. Tae-pyeong Ga 6. Pet-No-rae 7. Chang-bu Ta-ryeong 8. Kkok-du-gak-si/ Gal-kka-bu-da 9. Bang-a Ta-ryeong 10. Han O-baek-nyeon 11. Gang-won-do Arirang 12. Yang San-do 13. I-byeol Ga 14. Mong-gum-bo Ta-ryeong 15. Hang-gan-su Ta-ryeong 16. Be-teul Ga 17. Sang-ju Hab-chang 18. Do-ra-ji 19. Nil-ri-ri-ya 20. Kum-bam Ta-ryeong 21. Mil-yang Arirang 22. Jin-do Arirang 23. Yuk-ja Baek-i 24. Eo-rang Ta-ryeong


Supreme (2014 remastering) (Great Soloist Series)

KIM DAE-RYE

Supreme (2014 remastering) (Great Soloist Series)

Ref: FSD6728


Price: 25.99

Kim Dae-Rye has dedicated her life as a shaman on Chindo island to singing for the souls of the dead. Recorded in 1992 on Chindo island and 1994 in Seoul. Kim is accompanied by Park Byung Won (piri, vocal), Kim Gi Bong (jing, piri), Park Dong Mae (janggo, vocal). Here are the English notes.

In whatever the circumstances, the voice of Kim DaeRye always comes to straighten up our mind. Not only for hurnan being her voice affects on every creatures' lives setting their spine of mind straight. Every living thing be it big or be it small, holds their breath through her voice, doubtlessly making us feel so sound and modest towards heaven towards nature. Kim DaeRye is a caretaker of Ssitkkim Kut, the shamanistic ceremonies of Jindo. Ssitkkim Kut is a ceremony to cleanse the souls of the dead, as well as purifies the souls of the living. The voice of Kim DaeRye sounds so deep and strong that it comes shaking the earth. It comes through with the power to assist exchanging the spiritual energy between the livmg and the dead, which is only rendered by her rich power of expression.

For one could never bear to take and hold the whole energy of all different living whirling and crashing on this planet within her, and immediately absorb or combine them into the form of her expression. In the voice and the background of the songs of Kim DaeRye, she reminds us that there is always a mountain that none of us has ever treaded in, or the sea that none of us has ever sailed on. Being no exception from most of the great vocalists in the world, Kim DaeRye knows with all her heart that singing is for humans to be an instrument to feel and swing together with the beat comes from heavens above. And she knows the best way to accomplish it by nature. Whenever I see Kim DaeRye singing, I always start to wonder about this mysterious but interesting relationship between the bones of the living things surface of the earth and the air. Because when she sings, it echos in our bones, and it shakes the axis and shakes the air. It has to be that such sequence of the whole movement keeps crashing onto our body just like feedback. Looking at her when not singing, like when she is just puffing her cigarette, Kim DaeRye is stylish like a jazz musicien. But,her always-shy smile is truely innocent then anybody you know.

1. An-dang (Feul-rim) (14'19") 2. Cho-ga-mang-seok (12'05") 3. Jae-seok (14'59") 4. Sal-pul-i (10'01")


A Voice of the Earth (2014 Remastering) (Great Soloist Series)

JO GONG-RYE

A Voice of the Earth (2014 Remastering) (Great Soloist Series)

Ref: FSD6729


Price: 26.99

Recorded in 1994. Songs and sounds of Korea's southwest ritual folk traditions. Kim DaeRye (vocal) Park ByungWon (ajaeng,janggo) Park DongMae (janggo, vocal)

1. Neuj-eun Si-na-we (10'21") 2. Bang-a Da-ryeong (06'28") 3. Jin-do Ta-si-rae-gi (08'29") 4. Gu-eum Si-na-we (25'11")



Korean Folk Song

YI CHOON-HEE

Korean Folk Song

Ref: FSD6181


Price: 19.99

Superb album of various folk style songs of Korea sung by one of the leading singers. Yi Choon-Hi has been singing professionally for about 60 years, and has been recognized with a number of awards. Korean folk music is one of Asia's most passionate and is roughly categorized by region; Gyeonggi (central) Namdo (southern) and Seodo (northwestern). They share some similarities yet differ in many ways too. Gyeonggi is quite upbeat, Namdo minyo slower, with a sometimes dark mood, and Soedo minyo is also slow, sung in a high pitched nasal tone with a melancholic atmosphere.

1. Yibyeolga (6:06) 2. Hanobaeknyeon (3:33) 3. Jeongseon Arirang (5:42) 4. Long Arirang (8:23) 5. Gangwon-do Arirang (2:20) 6. Noraegarak (3:14) 7. Changbu-Taryeong (6:08) 8. Shingosan Taryeong (2:22) 9. Goongchodaenggi (2:36) 10. Sabal-ga (2:38) 11. Yangryuga (2:05) 12. Hoesimgok (17:39) 13. Geumgangsan Taryeong (5:13) 14. Sacheolga (4:16)



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Korean Folk Song Vol. 2

AHN BI-CHUI, MOOK GYE-WOL, YI EUN-JU

Korean Folk Song Vol. 2

Ref: FSD6184


Price: 19.99

Ahn Bi-chui, Mook Gye-wol and Yi Eun-ju have all been designated as Human Cultural Properties by the South Korean government. Another superb album of various folk songs from the Korean peninsula.

1. Changbu Taryeong (6:18) 2. Sabal-ga (2:51) 3. Boat Song (2:47) 4. Yangsando (3:17) 5. Nanbong-ga (5:59) 6. Jajin Nanbong-ga (5:59) 7. Urang Taryeong (2:54) 8. Bang-a Taryeong (4:07) 9. Sasul Bang-a Taryeong (2:38) 10. Tabaco Taryeong (2:41) 11. Mongeumpo Taryeong (2:25) 12. Odol-ttogi (2:47) 13. Gangwon-do Arirang (2:55) 14. Susim-ga (6:00)



Gyeonggi Minyo - Korean Folk Songs by 7 Legendary Folk Singers

VARIOUS

Gyeonggi Minyo - Korean Folk Songs by 7 Legendary Folk Singers

Ref: FSD6182


Price: 19.99

22 tracks of Gyeonggi Minyo, folk songs from central South Korea, broadly speaking the area around Seoul. Seven of the finest singers, solo and in unison. The definitive album of Gyeonggi folk music.

1. Norae-garak by Ahn-Bichui, Mook Gye-Wol and Yi Eun-Ju (2:27) 2. Song for Youth by Ji Hwa-Ja (2:55) 3. Changbu-Taryeong by Ji Hwa-Ja, Yi Choon-Hee, Jeon Sook-Hee, Kim Young-Im (10:04) 4. Arirang by Yi Eun-ju (3:00) 5. Doraji (balloonflower) by Yi Eun-Ju (2:54) 6. Sabal-ga by Jeon Sook-Hee (2:34) 7. Loom Song by Ji Hwa-Ja and Jeon Sook-Hee (2:21) 8. Taepyeong-ga by Yi Choon-Hee (2:58) 9. Obongsan-Taryeong by Yi Choon-Hee and Kim Young-Im (2:32) 10. Gunderung-Taryeong by Ji Hwa-Ja, Jeon Sook-Hee and Yi Choon-Hee (1:57) 11. Banga-Taryeong by Ahn Bi-Chui, Mook Gye-Wol and Yi Eun-Ju (5:32) 12. Jajeun Banga-Taryeong by Ahn Bi-Chui, Mook Gye-Wol and Yi Eun-Ju (2:33) 13. Sasul Banga-Taryeong by Yi Eun-Ju (2:14) 14. Yangryu-ga by Yi Choon-Hee and Kim Young-Im (2:23) 15. Yangsangdo by Ji Hwa-Ja (3:00) 16. Roast Chestnut Song by Ji Hwa-Ja, Jeon Sook-Hee, Kim Young-Im and Yi Choon-Hee (2:32) 17. Poonnyeon-ga by Ji Hwa-Ja, Jeon Sook-Hee, Kim Young-Im and Yi Choon-Hee (3:30) 18. Hangangsu-Taryeong by Jeon Sook-Hee (2:34) 19. Kyeongbok Palace Song by Ji Hwa-Ja, Jeon Sook-Hee, Kim Young-Im and Yi Choon-Hee (2:35) 20. Bakyeon Waterfall by Ji Hwa-Ja (2:24) 21. Maehwa-Taryeong by Ji Hwa-Ja, Jeon Sook-Hee and Kim Young-Im (2:28) 22. Nililiya by Jeon Sook-Hee (2:04)



Seoul Goot - Korean Shaman Ritual Performance

KIM HYE-RAN

Seoul Goot - Korean Shaman Ritual Performance

Ref: FSD6183


Price: 19.99

Wonderful album of 'Goot', a Korean shamanistic ritual performed since ancient times to wish for peace and well being, and a symbol of Korean culture and shamanistic tradition. A female shaman, sings and dances with food offerings. She asks ghosts to control the turbulence of life. Goot has a number of types and differs by region. The Goot in this album is from Seoul, which developed as a national Goot held in the royal court. Kim Hye-Ran is probably the best known performer and shaman of goot.

1. Bujeong-Geori (1:17) 2. Bulsa-Geori (8:44) 3. Manura-Geori (9:04) 4. Josang-Geori (7:10) 5. Daegam-Geori (16:25) 6. Changbu-Geori (18:30) 7. Hoesimgok (9:45)



Poongjuk - Korean Tea Ceremony Music

LEE SAENG-KANG

Poongjuk - Korean Tea Ceremony Music

Ref: FSD6179


Price: 19.99

Excellent album of solo pieces composed for the Korean tea ceremony played on various Korean traditional wind instruments such as Daegeum (large bamboo transverse flute), Danso (vertical bamboo flute), Tungso (end-blown vertical bamboo flue), Piri (bamboo oboe) and Sogeum (small bamboo transverse flute). Lee Saeng-kang is a maestro of the daegeum, designated a Living National Treasure by the Korean government. In the 1960s he helped to turn the daegeum into a solo instrument, and has collaborated with western musicians for many years.

1. Chungsanyoosu - Daegeum (7:36) 2. Recollection - Danso (7:30) 3. Geumgangsan Mountain Rocky Peaks - Sogeum (5:06) 4. Country Road - Piri (6:06) 5. Leaves in the Wind - Daegeum (12:14) 6. Chungsoo - Daegeum (5:13) 7. Sun and Moon - Tungso (5:30) 8. Crescent Moon - Danso (5:20) 9. Clear Shadow - Sogeum (5:00) 10. Hwayongdo - Daegeum (4:23)



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The Buddhist Meditation Music of Korea

KIM YOUNG DONG AND THE MEMBERS OF SONG KWANG TEMPLE MONASTERY

The Buddhist Meditation Music of Korea

Ref: FSD6180


Price: 19.99

The Buddhist music of Korea is probably not as well known as the Buddhist music and chanting of Tibet or Japan. This album sheds a light on this side of the country's music, with performances on bamboo flute by the master musician Kim Young Dong, together with the Buddhist ceremony of monastery members of the Song Kwang Temple, one of the three greatest Buddhist temples of Korea. Plus, Buddhist bells, gongs and drums. Fascinating.

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Piri Sanjo of Bum Hoon Park Style- Music World of Bum Hoon Park- Solos, Duets and Trios Series 01

BUM HOON PARK

Piri Sanjo of Bum Hoon Park Style- Music World of Bum Hoon Park- Solos, Duets and Trios Series 01

Ref: FSD6088


Price: 19.99

Piri, is the Korean double reed bamboo oboe, and Park Bum-Hoon is one of the great players and composers who established the sanjo style of piri. Sanjo is a genre of traditional Korean folk music, involving an instrumental solo accompanied by drumming on the Janggu, an hourglass-shaped drum. Piri is used in both folk and classical court music. From solo to trio, concluding with a mesmerizing shinawi shaman piece.

1. Piri Sanjo of Park Bum-Hoon Style (22:20) 2. Piri Changbu-Taryeong Folk Song (9:07) 3. Piri Shinawi Shaman Ritual Performance (7:59)



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Kayagum Sanjo by Ji Aeri

JI AERI

Kayagum Sanjo by Ji Aeri

Ref: FSD6089


Price: 19.99

Beautiful evocative album of kayagum sanjo played by Ji Aeri. Sanjo is a genre of music, in which a traditional instrument is accompanied by the janggu, an hour-glass shaped drum. This is an album of the Sung Gum-yeon style, perhaps the most outstanding of the kayagum sanjos'. Down the years, sanjo was not written down, but passed from teacher to pupil, who would often add their own ideas. Kayagum sanjo has never sounded as good as on this superbly recorded album.

1. Dasurum (1:14) 2. Jinyangjo (29:42) 3. Joong-mori (10:36) 4. Slow Joongjoong-mori (2:29) 5. Joongjoong-mori (3:59) 6. Jajin-mori (7:57) 7. Hwi-mori (3:46) 8. Ut-mori (00:25)

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The Labyrinth: Hwang Byung-Ki Gayageum Masterpiece Vol. 3

BYUNGKI HWANG

The Labyrinth: Hwang Byung-Ki Gayageum Masterpiece Vol. 3

Ref: FSD6070


Price: 19.99

Pieces composed in the 1960s and 70s by the gayageum master Hwang Byung-Ki. These were considered groundbreaking at the time, and still today are heralded as pioneering a new form of music. The title track, The Labyrinth, is performed with Hong Sin-Cha, an internationally acclaimed, avant-garde artist and choreographer, and is a seminal work of new Korean music. From performing at the Carnegie Hall, or lecturing at Harvard to leading In 1990 a group of South Korean musicians at a Music Festival for Reunification in Pyeongyang, North Korea, Hwang Byung-Ki is a true legend of Korean music.

1. The Labyrinth (17:48) 2. Beside a Chrysanthemum (9:15) 3. Sanun Part I (3:49) 4. Sanun Part II (3:24) 5. Sanun Part III (1:36) 6. Sanun Part IV (1:43)



Kim Duk-Soo Samulnori - The Definitive Edition (2 CDs)

KIM DUK SOO - SAMUL-NORI

Kim Duk-Soo Samulnori - The Definitive Edition (2 CDs)

Ref: FSD6071


Price: 39.99

Samulnori is both the name of traditional perucssion music ('samul' means 'four things' and 'nori' means 'to play') and a world famous percussion quartet comprised of buk (barrel drum), janggu (hourglass-shaped drum), jing (gong), and kkwaenggwari (small gong). The rhythmic patterns are derived from pungmulgut (folk and religious music) or nongak (farmers' band music) which are performed outdoors with acrobatic and dance movements. The principle of samulnori is the alternation of tension and relaxation. While improvising rhythms based on several rhythmic patterns, the performers seek to achieve a perfect integration of the four percussion instruments. Samulnori was founded in 1978 by Kim Duk-Soo. There were four specific purposes in forming the group: to research more extensively the traditional music of Korea, to study the music and instruments (especially percussion instruments) of other traditions throughout the world, to create new music, and to provide educational opportunities for students and others to learn Korean percussion. He has since traveled around the world performing on more than 5000 stages under the name of Samulnori. This CD is deemed as the 'definitive' best of CD by one of Korea's foremost cultural ambassadors.

CD1.

1. Samdo Sul-Janggu-Garak (25:31) 2. Honam Udo Pungmulguk-Garak (21:15) 3. Honam Jwado Pungmulguk-Garak (17:25)

CD2.

1. Samdo Nongak-Garak (26:03) 2. Youngnam Pungmulguk-Garak (14:55) 3. Ootdari Pungmulguk-Garak (24:26)



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Namdo Minyo - Korea's Southern Province Folk Songs

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Namdo Minyo - Korea's Southern Province Folk Songs

Ref: FSD6072


Price: 19.99

Excellent album of well known folk songs from southern Korea, around Cholla-do province, sung by five of the best known singers.

1. Bird Song (8:36) 2. Four Season Song (3:40) 3. Poongnyeon Nori (1:49) 4. Spring of My Hometown (2:11) 5. Sangsa Cheonribong (2:18) 6. Boryeom (5:25) 7. Balim (2:19) 8. Huiyeo Neungcheong (2:52) 9. Camellia Song (5:44) 10. Jeollado Mountain Song (3:58) 11. Autumn Night of Sorrow (2:18)



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Sympathy: Korean Eight Iron Stringed Zither Music

YU KYUNG-HWA

Sympathy: Korean Eight Iron Stringed Zither Music

Ref: FSD6026


Price: 19.99

First album from 2005 by Yu Kyung-Hwa, one of the leading figures in Korean music opening up new possibilities, particularly in performing and composing for the cheolhyeongeum (iron-stringed zither). The strings on the instrument are plucked with a short horn rod and a bar slides up and down like a slide guitar. The sound it produces is quite amazing, a little bit dark, certainly bluesy, much like a steel guitar but with a definite Korean atmosphere. Cheolhyeongeum was created by Kim Yeong-Cheol who was a master of traditional tightrope dancing of Namsadang in the 1940s. It is now one of the modernized traditional instruments for Sanjo, a genre of traditional Korean folk music. Listen to samples of all tracks.

1. Oblivious Bird - Cheolhyeongeum Solo (8:07) 2. Cheolhyeongeum Sanjo Jinyangjo - Kim Yeong-Cheol Style (6:13) 3. Cheolhyeongeum Sanjo Joongmori - Kim Yeong-Cheol Style (2:33) 4. Cheolhyeongeum Sanjo Joongjoongmori - Kim Yeong-Cheol Style (3:05) 5. Cheolhyeongeum Sanjo Jajinmori - Kim Yeong-Cheol Style (3:07) 6. Cheolhyeongeum and Geomungo Duo Jinyangjo by Yu Kyung-Hwa & Heo Yoon-Jeong (2:35) 7. Cheolhyeongeum and Geomungo Duo Joongmori by Yu Kyung-Hwa & Heo Yoon-Jeong (3:26) 8. Cheolhyeongeum and Geomungo Duo Joongjoongmori by Yu Kyung-Hwa & Heo Yoon-Jeong (2:02) 9. Cheolhyeongeum and Geomungo Duo Jajinmori by Yu Kyung-Hwa & Heo Yoon-Jeong (3:07) 10. Yeongsanhoesang - Sangyeongsan (6:54) 11. Yeongsanhoesang - Seyeongsan (5:11) 12. Shaman Song of East Coast (8:46)



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Gajin Hoesang: Traditional Korean Court Music

JEONGNONG AKHOE

Gajin Hoesang: Traditional Korean Court Music

Ref: FSD6025


Price: 19.99

Jeongnong Akhoe ensemble was founded in December 1976 for the preservation and transmission of Jeong-ak (classical music)- Akhoe means ensemble, nong means cultivate and jeong the 'right' music. The members are considered to be among the best musicians in Korea, and together the leading ensemble perfoming Korean classical music in an authentic form. Gajin Hoesang is one of four orchestral suites derived from Yeongsan Hoesang, literally meaning 'congregation at the spiritual mountain' a kind of combination of the austere atmosphere of court music and meditative Buddhist music. The three pieces on this CD are also the most popular repertoire of pungryu music, originally enjoyed by 18th century literati. The music begins with a solemn and extremely slow tempo, gradually becoming livelier. You can listen to samples of all tracks.

1. Yeongsan Hoesang - Sangyeongsan (16:34) 2. Yeongsan Hoesang - Jungyeongsan (11:59) 3. Yeongsan Hoesang - Seyeongsan (4:04) 4. Yeongsan Hoesang - Garak Duri (2:37) 5. Yeongsan Hoesang - Sanghyeon Doduri (3:51) 6. Doduri (6:02) 7. Yeongsan Hoesang - Doljang (2:00) 8. Yeongsan Hoesang - Hahyeon Doduri (3:00) 9. Yeongsan Hoesang - Yeombul Doduri(3:53) 10. Yeongsan Hoesang - Taryeong (3:07) 11. Yeongsan Hoesang - Gunak (3:55) 12. Cheonnyeon Manse - Gyemyeon Garak Doduri (3:09) 13. Cheonnyeon Manse - Yangjeong Doduri (2:24) 14. Cheonnyeon Manse - Ujo Garak Doduri (2:45)



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Geomungo Ensemble: KBS FM Traditional Korean Music Series

GEUMYUL AKHOE AND IMJEON GEOMUNGO ENSEMBLE

Geomungo Ensemble: KBS FM Traditional Korean Music Series

Ref: FSD6027


Price: 19.99

This CD features two leading geomungo (Korean zither) ensembles. Geumyul Akhoe is under the leadership of Lee She-Hwan, the first player to perform two North Korean pieces, Chulgang and First Bonghwa, included on this CD. The other group, Imjeon Geomungo Ensemble, are led by Lee Jae-Hwa, and are known for their experimental side, re-inventing eight and nine string geomungo for use in new modern compositions. The Geomungo was a revered instrument among the Korean literati, with most old manuscripts being written for it. Only relatively recently has it been overtaken by the gayageum. Listen to all tracks.

1. Geomungo with Yanggeum - Chwita (4:34) 2. Chimhyangmu by Hwang Byung-Ki (9:35) 3. Chulgang by Kim Yong-Sil (6:15) 4. First Bonghwa by Park Ye-Sub (7:57) 5. Birth of Sound Part I by Lee Sung-Cheon (3:06) 6. Birth of Sound Part II by Lee Sung-Cheon (1:55) 7. Birth of Sound Part III by Lee Sung-Cheon (1:20) 8. Birth of Sound Part IV by Lee Sung-Cheon (3:38) 9. Dodaga 2000 by Lee Jae-Hwa (12:18) 10. Geomungo Trio - Hahyeon Doduri (3:13)



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Binari (Korean Prayer Song)

LEE KWANG-SOO

Binari (Korean Prayer Song)

Ref: FSD6031


Price: 19.99

Fantastic album of binari (Korean shaman prayer song) by the master Lee Kwang-Soo. Binari often signals the beginning of a troupe's stay in a village, the shaman singing a prayer, encompassing many important aspects of Korean beliefs. Today it can even be heard at events such as the opening of a new business or building, as well as at a performance. Lee Kwang-Soo is a founding member of the world famous Samulnori, and a master of binari and kkwaenggwari (a small gong). A pulsating album. Listen to samples of all tracks.

1. Binari - Joosulsori Goot I (15:07) 2. Binari - Joosulsori Goot II (14:16) 3. Binari - Chookwon Dugdam(5:24) 4. Binari - Hoesimgok (17:39) 5. Binari - Sungosa Chookwon (9:00)



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Eight Scenes- Contemporary Music for Gayageum

YI JI-YOUNG

Eight Scenes- Contemporary Music for Gayageum

Ref: FSD6038


Price: 19.99

Wonderful album of contemporary Korean gayageum (zither) music. Yi Ji-Young performs original and commissioned works by leading avant-garde composers from around the world, including Mexico, Japan as well as from Korea. An album just about unique in Gayageum music. Listen to samples.

1. Rendezvous - composed by Javier Alvarez, Mexico (13:50) 2. While I was Crossing ... - by Takahashi Yuji, Japan (12:09) 3. Rough Brush - by Klaus Huber, Switzerland (3:55) 4. Story of Shilla - composed by Lu Hong-jun, China (5:26) 5. Five Scenes for Gayageum - by Kang Suk-Hi, Korea (9:04) 6. The Pray - composed by Lee Hae-Sik, Korea (6:47) 7. Returning from Seok-Guram - by Na Hyo-Shin, USA (12:48) 8. A Perspective for Gayageum and String Trio - Koo Bon-U (9:39



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Pansori Sugung-ga Part I: Korean Traditional Solo Opera Music

NAM HAE-SUNG

Pansori Sugung-ga Part I: Korean Traditional Solo Opera Music

Ref: FSD6053


Price: 19.99

Pansori is a traditional Korean art form combining storytelling and music.This CD features the acclaimed pansori singer Nam Hae-Sung, on a performance of Sugung-ga (The Song of the Underwater Palace), one of the five surviving stories of the pansori tradition.Sugung-ga is considered to be probably the most exciting of the pansori repertoire, through its personification of animals, being based on the story of the Dragon King of the Southern Sea, a turtle, and a wily rabbit. The story is set in three different places: from the underwater palace to land, to the palace again and then back to land. The most beautiful music occurs in the third scene change where the hero, a rabbit, deceives the Dragon King and escapes. Nam Hae-seong is known for the range of her vocals, from powerful to soft, and in particular her high-pitched tones.

1. Medical Examining Dragon King (9:28) 2. Dragon King Sighs (11:18) 3. Drawing a Picture of Rabbit for Turtle (11:35) 4. Turtle Comes to Land to Find a Rabbit (5:35) 5. Land Animals Compete to Take the Seat of Honor (11:51) 6. Turtle Survives an Encounter With a Mountain Tiger (5:32) 7. Turtle meets Rabbit (6:32)



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Tori - North Korean Traditional Folk Songs by the Acclaimed Seodo Vocal Artist Yoo Ji-Sook

YOO JI-SOOK

Tori - North Korean Traditional Folk Songs by the Acclaimed Seodo Vocal Artist Yoo Ji-Sook

Ref: FSD6018


Price: 19.99

Fantastic album of both popular and relatively unknown North Korean folk songs. Yoo Ji-Sook is one of the leading vocalists of Seodo Minyo, folk songs from the northwestern provinces of Korea. In North Korea, these traditional songs have all but been lost, here recorded and sung in impeccable style. Highly recommended. Click on the Listen icon to hear all tracks.

1. Soolbi Taryeong (6:50) 2. Goombe Taryeong (1:40) 3. Shinkyeong Balim (3:47) 4. Pear Blossom Taryeong (2:37) 5. Bongjuk Taryeong (3:17) 6. Sancheonga (2:32) 7. Samdongju Taryeong (3:56) 8. Namool Taryeong (1:26) 9. Poonggu Taryeong (2:02) 10. Aewonseong (3:55) 11. Ahsrangga (3:18) 12. Jeongabseom Taryeong (1:27) 13. Cheongsa Chorong (2:38) 14. Farmer Song (3:29) 15. Toojeon Pooli (2:43)



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Piri (Korean Bamboo Oboe) Sanjo: Traditional Instrumental Korean Music

HAN SE-HYUN

Piri (Korean Bamboo Oboe) Sanjo: Traditional Instrumental Korean Music

Ref: FSD6015


Price: 19.99

Piri is the eight hole Korean double reed bamboo oboe used in both folk and classical court music. This album presents the sound of the piri in the sanjo style of music, in compositions by Seo Yong-Seok.Sanjo usually consists of an instrumental solo accompanied by drumming on the Janggu, an hourglass-shaped drum. Han Se-Hyun was immersed in the traditional music from birth, his mother, Nam Hae-Sung, is a well-known pansori vocalist and his father, Han Il-Sub, a player of the stringed instrument, the ajaeng. Han Se-Hyun has managed to create his own style of piri sanjo. Click on the link to listen to all tracks.

1. Piri Sanjo (24:13) 2. Daepoongryu (12:05) 3. Shinawi for Piri (5:10) 4. Chwita Poongryu (19:36)



Chimhyang-moo - Kayagum Masterpieces Vol. 1

BYUNGKI HWANG

Chimhyang-moo - Kayagum Masterpieces Vol. 1

Ref: FSD5984


Price: 21.99

Recorded in 1978 and remastered in 2001, Chimhyang-moo is a classic of Korean traditional music, pioneered new techniques such as tuning and conveyed the atmosphere of a lost ancient Korean music. Born in Seoul in 1936, Byungki Hwang began studying the kayagum, a 12 stringed zither, in 1952 during the Korean war. He composed his first piece Forest, the first track on this album, in 1962, and thereby spawned a new genre of music, ch'angjak kukak- newly composed Korean traditional music. The idea of composing at the time did not exist, as music was handed down from teacher to student without a score. Hwang has gone on to perform around the world, playing traditional and avant-garde pieces, and releasing an acclaimed series of four albums, of which this is Volume One. Listen to the beginning of each of the six pieces by clicking on the Listen button. Beautifully packaged comes with hard cover book size liner notes in English, French, Japanese and Korean.

1-4. Forest 5-7. Spring 8-10. Pomegranate House 11-13. Fall 14-15. Kara Town 16-18. Chimhyang-moo



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The Silk Road - Kayagum Masterpieces Vol. 2

BYUNGKI HWANG

The Silk Road - Kayagum Masterpieces Vol. 2

Ref: FSD5985


Price: 21.99

Recorded in 1979, remastered in 2001. Compositions written by Byungki Hyang in 1977 and 1979. Another exceptional recording with extensive English (and French, Japanese and Korean) liner notes in book style packaging. 4 compositions over 18 tracks. From slow meditative sections to vibrant pieces, from traditional sounding to contemporary, all performed with exceptional skill. Listen to excerpts from each piece.

1-4. The Silk Road 5-8. Aibogae 9-13. Legend 14-18. The Haunted Tree.



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Classical Gayageum Music - The Harmony of Heaven and Earth (2 CDs)

CHONG-JA KIM

Classical Gayageum Music - The Harmony of Heaven and Earth (2 CDs)

Ref: FSD5993


Price: 34.99

Fantastic album of solo gayageum (12 stringed zither) music. Comes with extensive liner notes in English with background to the music, a profile of the artist and explanation of each track. You can listen to several tracks from CD1.

CD1.

1. Instrumental Prelude in Gyemyeon (3:45) 2. Sangryeongsan (11:23) 3. Jungryeongsan 4. Seryeongsan (3:43) 5. Garak Deori (2:19) 6. Sanghyeon Dodeuri (3:46) 7. Ut Dodeuri (6:01) 8. Doljang (1:38) 9. Hahyeon Dodeuri (5:51) 10. Yeombul Dodeuri (3:43) 11. Taryeong (3:25) 12. Gunak (3:54) 13. Gyemyeon Garak Dodeuri (2:54) 14. Yangcheong Dodeuri (2:06) 15. Ujo Garak Dodeuri (2:32)

CD2.

1. Instrumental Prelude in U-Mode (2:48) 2. Mit Dodeuri (6:11) 3. Chwita (3:54) 4. Sangryeongsan (12:41) 5. Jungryeongsan (10:12) 6. Seryeongsan (3:36) 7.Garak Deori (2:19) 8. Sanghyeon Dodeuri (3:32) 9. Yeombul Dodeuri (3:31) 10. Taryeong (3:16) 11. Gunak (3:40)



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Geomungo Solo - Seven Perspectives

HEO YOON-JEUNG

Geomungo Solo - Seven Perspectives

Ref: FSD5992


Price: 21.99

Wonderful album by geomungo player, a six stringed bass zither that is played with a short bamboo rod. Heo Yoon-Jeong is a well known exponent of the instrument in Korea and around the world, crossing the border between contemporary and traditional and creating a variety of sounds and moods from slow contemplative, eerie pieces to faster, frantic, challenging solos. Listen to samples of all tracks.

1. The Recitation of Pleasure in Zen I (5:39) 2. The Recitation of Pleasure in Zen II (2:11) 3. The Recitation of Pleasure in Zen III (1:53) 4. The Recitation of Pleasure in Zen IV (2:47) 5. Underplot I (3:13) 6. Underplot II (5:57) 7. Scattered Melody in Baeeumjo I (4:28) 8. Scattered Melody in Baeeumjo II (4:29) 9. Scattered Melody in Baeeumjo III (2:45) 10. Classic (5:27) 11. Three Stories from the Big Tree (8:55) 12. Geomungo Dance I (3:53) 13. Geomungo Dance II (4:38) 14. Geomungo Dance III (3:49) 15. Desk is Desk (7:02)

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None

VARIOUS

None

Ref: FSD3512


Price: 26.99

Island music, Korean style. Excellent recording of shamanistic ceremony music from Jindo and Cheju islands and the sea ports of Kyeonggi and Donghae (Gangwon province). Features the kut, a ritual re-enactment of the cleansing of the soul before it reaches the spiritual world on Jindo Island. As well as sori (vocals) are taegum (transverse flute) ajaeng (zither) piri (oboe) changgo (hourglass drum) and kwaenggwari (gong). 5 tracks. 1. Jindo Ssit Kim Kut 2. Chejudo Chil Meo Ri Dang Kut 3. Kyoenggido Do Dang Kut. 4. Donghaean O Gut Kut / Mal-Won Kut. 5. Jindo Ssi Kim Kut / Neok Pulri.



Young Sanjo 1

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Young Sanjo 1

Ref: FSD3515


Price: 26.99

First in a series of albums that showcase young Korean musicians performing traditional sanjo (scattered melodies). Sanjo developed from pansori and the shaman music from the southwest, was adapted in 1896 and is today the most popular instrumental genre. This CD features four musicians on four tracks. 1. Haegeum Sanjo (fiddle) played by Kim Sung Ah, a solo improvisation with percussion. 2. Daegeum Sanjo (bamboo flute) played by Sim Sang Nam. 3. Ajaeng Sanjo (bowed zither) played by Lee Tae Baek. 4. Sinawi, featuring all four musicians playing in an improvisational ensemble.



Knowing the Sound

AN SOOK SUN & ENSEMBLE JI-EUM

Knowing the Sound

Ref: FSD3517


Price: 26.99

Part of the Korean Traditional Music/Great Soloist series, this wonderful CD features pansori vocalist An Sook Sun with her seven piece ensemble on changgo, ajaeng, daegeum and kayagum. P'ansori is Korea's solo operatic style, combining sori (song) with narration and dramatic action. The singer wears the traditional costume, hanbok, and often holds two props, a fan in the right hand and a handerchief in the left. An Sook Sun from Namwon City was born in 1949 and learnt pansori from the great Kim So Hwee and is the most popular pansori singer. This CD features 10 traditional tracks. 1. Gu-eum Sinawi 2. Farewell Song from the pansori, Chun Hyan Ga. 3. Yuk Ja Baeg i 4. Heung Taryeong 5. Dung Dang Gae Ta Ryeong 6. Gang Gang Sul Rae (traditional folk song) 7. Neol Ttui Gi 8. Dal Maj I 9. Pal Wol Ga 10. Eo Di Ro Galga Buda.



East Wind

KIM SUK CHUL

East Wind

Ref: FSD3519


Price: 26.99

Kim Suk Chul has been designated a 'Living National Treasure' for his renditions of ceremonial music. He mainly plays the taepyongso, the 'great peace pipe', a double reed shawn. It is believed to have come from Xinjiang in northwest China and is considered one of the most difficult instruments to play. 5 traditional tracks.



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Unrestrained Sound (Ga-eum Da-seu-rim)

PARK BYUNG CHUN

Unrestrained Sound (Ga-eum Da-seu-rim)

Ref: FSD3520


Price: 26.99

Part of the Korean Traditional / Great Soloist Series. Park Byung Chun is a tenth generation shaman who presents the ritual music of shamanistic ceremonies from the southwestern island of Jindo. Park's vocals, ching (gong) etc..are accompanied by changgo, daegeum and ajaeng. 5 tracks.



Pansori - Sim Cheong Song

LEE YIM RYE

Pansori - Sim Cheong Song

Ref: FSD3521


Price: 26.99

Lee Yim Rye is another of the great pansori vocalists, her life immortalized in the film Hwimori. On this CD she performs four tracks, all from the pansori, Sim Cheong Song.



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Dong-hae Mu-sok Sa-mul

KIM SUK CHUL & RITUAL ENSEMBLE OF EASTERN KOREAN COAST

Dong-hae Mu-sok Sa-mul

Ref: FSD3522


Price: 26.99

On this CD, the extraordinary National Treasure Kim Suk Chul plays changgo (hourglass drum), kkwaenggwari (gong) and hojok (or taepyongso) double reed shawm. The 'kut' is a ritual ceremony invoking the gods to ask for protection of the tranquility and prosperity of the village, a traditional centered on this disc in Kyeong-gi Province, central Korea.



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Kyeonggido Do Dang Kut

JO HAN CHOON, KIM CHOON GANG, KIM CHAN SUB, KIM HAN KOOK, PARK MOON WOONG

Kyeonggido Do Dang Kut

Ref: FSD3523


Price: 26.99

Another CD of the 'kut' ceremony. The ceremony is performed to ensure the soul of a deceased person enters the next world. Music and dance traditionally serve to entertain the spirits, and food and drink is given to refresh them. This CD has seven musicians singing and playing changgo drum, haegeum, piri and jing. Six tracks, all traditional. Fascinating.



Jindo Sit-Kim Kut

KIM DAE RYE & RITUAL ENSEMBLE OF JINDO ISLAND

Jindo Sit-Kim Kut

Ref: FSD3524


Price: 26.99

The kut ceremony from Jindo island. The vocal notes are held for several seconds which gives the music a slow and meditative quality. Six tracks, performed by seven musicians, on ajaeng, piri, buk, changgo and daegeum.



Fenice - Dance of Sinners

SH-DO

Fenice - Dance of Sinners

Ref: FSD3174


Price: 26.99

Korean popular music and drama has become extraordinarly popular in Japan in recent years. Maybe the same thing is about to happen now to traditional music, as this album is getting quite a promitional push. Yun He Gyong and Ha Myong Su are players of the haegum, the two stringed spiked fiddle, similar to the Chinese erhu, the Japanese kokyu or the Vietnamese dan ni. The haegum is very difficult to play, the musician sitting on the floor, the resonator supported by the right foot curled upwards in front of the left knee. Both musicians play the smaller so haegum on this CD of instrumental traditional and modern compositions. 8 tracks.

1. Asian Paradise 2. La Noir 3. Suna No Bara -Desert 4. Kanashimi No Ita Machi 5. Nofu No Daichi 6. Kohyan 7. Tsuki No Dress 8. Ao No Inori


Arirang from North and South Korea

VARIOUS

Arirang from North and South Korea

Ref: FSD2237


Price: 23.99

Fascinating CD of different versions of Korea's best known folk song 'Arirang', from North Korea to South Korea, sung by the greatest singers. Includes the soundtrack version of Arirang from the film of the same name released back in 1926.

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Korea

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Korea

Ref: FSD1684


Price: 19.99

Fascinating collection of folk songs and classical music,including the song, Arirang and Pansori.



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