The word “hood” came in the modern Korean language from shamanic practices, but these days it is supplemented by the meaning of the English word “good” and generally refers to the “safe”. “Maury” in the translation from Korean — “rhythm” or “to burst forth”. Ensemble «Goodmore” focuses on the performance of various Korean traditional music and its transformation, experimenting and trying to create a new tradition that is based on the characteristic features of authentic Korean music. The ensemble organizes a lot of concerts outside Korea, focusing on contemporary music.
– Young sung without a break in motion, accelerating from section to section. This is exclusively instrumental music, in a special way, weaving various rhythmic and melodic patterns. The main stylistic trait – this is a variety of types of sliding fingers on the strings in the slow sections and intricate rhythms in the faster parts. The instruments used include the Chango drum and melodic instrument such as gayageum or Agen.
Among the most famous performers-young can be called names Kim Chuc PA, Li sen Gan and Ben Hwang Kee. Chenango (literally “sounds clean”) – this is a popular piece for lateral (daegeum) or longitudinal (DENSO) bamboo flute, based on well-known vocal melodies. Daegeum has a hole (Changan), closed thin reed membrane. Its vibration produces a unique sound that can be heard especially well in the high register.
Kagok — this kind of vocal music, the other important facet of Korean tradition. This is one of the most deployed and rare forms, which consists of twenty-six five-line solo songs and one duet.
CJ – this classic three-line form of Korean poetry that also can propagates to the accompaniment of the drum Chango. There are also narrative songs, called Casa, which are performed in accompaniment of flute and drum.
Once heard only in the higher strata of Korean society, and is currently available to all students, music conyak – often entirely instrumental. Usually the ensemble is one of nine suites, which generally are called “Ensanguined”. Vocal part is mainly performed in the style of kagok, which brings together singers-male singers-women and is accompanied by different tools.
OM YUN SEOK Jang-go
Graduated from bachelor and master programmes of the National University of Kyungpook, is completing work on a doctorate, he currently teaches in the Educational center of Kyungpook University, graduate school of arts Kyungpook, female high school Songon and the Cultural and educational center Guchang.
WHETHER AND EYE hagim
Bachelor of Economics University Mokwon, a master’s degree received at the National University of Kyungpook, best student musicians, which is the title “man is a national treasure of Korea”. Currently a member of the Korean traditional orchestra in Daegu.
RYU sang-CHEOL sogym, daegeum
Graduated from BA and mA courses Kyungpook National University, worked in Korean traditional orchestra gyeongnam. Now – veteran of Korean traditional orchestra of Daegu.
CHOI YONG PIL piano
Bachelor of Economics, University of Kemen and the magistracy of the Higher school of arts. Worked as part of the Philharmonic orchestra of Daegu. He currently teaches at the University for the arts Daegu, graduate school of arts Gimcheon.
CHOI YONG MIN Chang, percussion
Finished bachelor’s University Kemen, participated in the world festival of new media, the concert exchange between Korea and China. Currently a member of Koreas ski traditional orchestra Daegu, University lecturer of arts Daegu.