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  • P-ISSN0023-3900
  • E-ISSN2733-9343

Traditional Korean Music: Its Genres and Aesthetics

Korea Journal, (P)0023-3900; (E)2733-9343
2007, v.47 no.3, pp.76-103
https://doi.org/10.25024/kj.2007.47.3.76

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Abstract

Traditional Korean music is classified into aak (ceremonial music)minsogak (folk music) and jeongak (classical music) or pungnyubangmusic, in which the traditionalaak and minsogak are merged. First, among aak, jongmyo jeryeak expresses the merit and virtue ofthe successive royal families, and munmyo jeryeak the learning andvirtue of the Confucian school. From this perspective, the lyrics, rhyth-mic structure, and restraint and simplicity of the dance movementsexpressed in ak embody the doctrine that great music is supposed tobe easy, and clearly reveal beauty of solemnity and grandeur.Next, jeongak best demonstrates the refined nature of the Koreanpeople. Sujecheon possesses the beauty of slow continuity and thebeauty of strength and gentleness that lead to the beauty of neutrali-ty, the ultimate principle of the Confucian cultivation of mind.Yeongsan hoesang also demonstrates the beauty of neutrality,through the beauty of slow continuity.Meanwhile, pansoris aesthetics can be found in the various formsof traditional literary art, a dynamic voice, and Confucian moral aes-thetic. Also, one cycle(batang) of sanjo as a whole moves from tensionto relaxation, but in its relationship to each rhythm or within the samephrase, the contrast of tension and relaxation shows an orderly struc-ture in its own way, spread across several layers.

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Traditional Korean music ak aak (ceremonial music) minsogak (folk music) jeongak (classical music) or pungnyubangeumak musical aesthetics aesthetics of content aesthetics of form aesthetics of becomingHan Heungsub (Han Heung-seop) is Research Traditional Korean music ak aak (ceremonial music) minsogak (folk music) jeongak (classical music) or pungnyubangeumak musical aesthetics aesthetics of content aesthetics of form aesthetics of becomingHan Heungsub (Han Heung-seop) is Research

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