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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.

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  1. What you're listening to is the "haegeum sanjo" -- a genre of folk music involving the traditional Korean string instrument, haegeum. A master of the genre was Ji Young-hee, who is referred to in Korea as the father of Korean folk music. It may not be
  2. A modern version of “Simcheongga,” a story of a girl named Simcheong, will also be presented. Traditional musical instruments such as gayageum (Korean zither), haegeum (a string instrument) and piri (a double-reed instrument) will be introduced as part
  3. Of all the Korean musicians who began performing back in the 1970s, only a few have survived the turbulent changes in the nation's music scene. Singer Kim Chang-wan, 61, has been an active performer since the time people consumed music exclusively