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A Korean Destiny: An Introduction to Korean Traditional Instruments ...

, But I was not included in the video since the TV. crew filmed the day time class and I was part of the evening class. The pictures you see here were recovered from my phone, but the videos are sadly, all gone. Actually, I took lots of pictures and videos, but I accidentally deleted all the files on my phone. There is a specific way to hold the mallet. Holding the mallet in a downward. If I ever have a chance to retake the class, I will be sure to show you some videos. next to the wooden mallet for support. The mallet is made from the root of a bamboo tree. around the mallet handle.


  1. These intense young musicians, who play piri (comparable to a tiny oboe), the haegeum (a vertically-held string instrument) and geomungo (a zither), seesaw seamlessly between sounds akin to bamboo swaying in the breeze and thrashing their instruments 
  2. The mournful, nasal sound of the piri which is a bamboo, double reed instrument with a parallel bore, blended with the haegeum, a two stringed violin like instrument played with a loosely strung horsehair bow that passes between the strings, and
  3. Puis s'ajoute le mélange explosif de puissants accords de guitare électrique et des plaintes aiguës du haegeum, long instrument à deux cordes qui se joue à la verticale et avec un archet. «Ce morceau, c'est la meilleure introduction à notre musique. Il