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    • “ Ahn Young Ha Se Yo!”
    • Music of Korea
    • HISTORY
      • Korea is rich in musical culture, and its music is distinctive despite tremendous influences from China.
    • HISTORY
      • Evidence of these influences can presently be found in the existence of Koreanized-Chinese music called tang-ak
    • HISTORY
      • The Korean term tang-ak literally means music from T'ang Dynasty China.
    • Korean traditional music can be roughly divided into two major categories :
    • Chong-ak ; which means music for the ruling class
    • Sog-ak ; music for the common people
      • Yayue- an elegant music which includes ritual and ceremonial court music
      • Suyue-popular music
      • Huyue-foreign music
      • A-ak-elegant vocal and instrumental music
      • Pansori- drama sung by one performer and accompanied by barrel-shaped drum
    • Korean Traditional Instruments
    • CHANGGO
      • Hour-glass shape
      • Made of a wooden tube with its two sides covered by leather
    • Haegum
      • Two-stringed spike fiddle
    • KAYAGUM
      • Kayagum is often compared with Japanese Koto, but it is quite different from Koto in the following points:
    • KAYAGUM
      • It should be placed on the lap of its player and its tail on the floor,
    • KAYAGUM
      • Kayagum is played with bare fingers.
    • SENAP
      • A wind instrument with a copper-made trumpet attached to the wooden tube.