This book describes in detail the history of “he Rite to Royal Ancestors” the general background of Confucian sacrificial music and dance, and the musical characteristics of two types of sacrificial music transmitted in Korea. To help readers understand the procedures and the content of the ceremony and music, illustrations and a music CD are included.
이 책에서는 종묘제례의식의 역사, 유교 음악과 무용의 일반적 배경, 한국에 전파된 두가지 형태의 제례음악 등이 소개된다. 제례의식의 절차, 내용 및 음악에 대한 독자들의 이해를 돕기 위한 일러스트레이션과 음악 CD가 포함되어 있다.
[Korean Culture Series 11 Confucian Ritual Music of Korea (한국의 제례음악)]
I. INTRODUCTION TO CONFUCIAN RITUAL MUSIC: JERYEAK
1. The Confucian Ritual Music Tradition in Northeast Asia
2. Jeyreak as a Fusion of Instruments, Song, and Dance
3. Ritual Procedures and Music
1) Preparation of Sacrificial Rites
2) Yeongsin, Jeonpye, and Jinchan
3) Choheon, Aheon, and Jongheon
4) Eumbok, Cheolbyeondu, and Songsin
II. TWO KINDS OF CONFUCIAN RITUAL MUSIC IN KOREA
1. Chinese-style Court Ritual Music: Munmyo jeryeak
1) The Rite to Confucius and Its Music
2) The Components of the Rite to Confucius
3) Procedures and Musical Performance of the Rite to Confucius
4) Musical Appreciation of the Rite to Confucius
5) Performance Tradition of the Rite to Confucius
2. Korean-style Court Ritual Music: Jongmyo jeryeak
1) The Rite to Royal Ancestors and Its Music
2) The Components of the Rite to Royal Ancestors
3) Procedures and Musical Performance of the Rite to Royal Ancestors
4) Musical Appreciation of the Rite to Royal Ancestors
5) Appreciation of Representative Pieces from the Rite to Royal Ancestors
III. HISTORY AND CONTEMPORARY STATUS OF KOREAN RITUAL MUSIC
1. The Origin and Transmission of Ritual Music in Korea
1) Acceptance of Aak in the Goryeo Dynasty
2) Development and Continuation of Aak
2. Modification and Re-creation of Ritual Music During the Joseon Dynasty
1) Establishment of Standard Pitch and Manufacture of Musical Instruments
2) Study of Music Theory
3) Selection of Aak Repertoire
3. The Origin of Korean-style Ritual Music and Its Contemporary Transmission
1) The Birth of Jongmyo jeryeak
2) Contemporary Transmission of Ritual Music
REFERENCES: Literature and Other Materials
APPENDIX I: Song Texts of Ritual Music: The Originals and Translations of the Full Texts
APPENDIX II: Searching for Sound Harmony from Natural Resources: Musical Instruments for Ritual Music
• The Score of the “Yeongsin Huimun” Section of the “Botaepyeong-jiak,” the Song for
Song Hye-jin Professor Song Hye-jin is currently teaching Korean Traditional Musical History and Theory at Graduate School of Cultural Heritage Arts in Sookmyung Women’s University in Seoul, Korea. She worked for Gugak FM Broadcasting where she had been deeply involved with since its inception as a chief producer from 2000 to 2004. Prof. Song received her B.A. from Seoul National University, studying Gayageum performance at the department of Korean Traditional Music. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the Academy of Korean Studies majoring Korean Cultural Heritage arts (Traditional musical history and theory). After finishing her graduate school, she visited Durham University, England as a visiting scholar for one year.
Prof. Song had published books on Korean classical music studies including A Study on the History of Korean Confucius Ritual Music (2000), Korean Musical Instruments (2001), Let us listen to Korean Music as this way (2002), History of Korean Music for Young people’s (2007) etc.
Paek In-ok Paek In-ok is a Korean ethnomusicologist and Gayageum (long 12-string zither) player. She earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in Korean traditional music and musicology from Seoul National University and a Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology from Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland. She was a Leverhulme Trust Post-doctoral Research Fellow in ethnomusicology at the University of Sheffield, UK. She currently serves as a member of the Editorial Committee of the International Journal of Music Education: Practice.
Her publications include co-editor and translator of Kugak: Studies in Traditional Korean Music by Hahn Man-young (1990), “Oral versus Written Traditions: Changing Modes in Teaching and Learning Traditional Music” (2002), “Folk Music: Vocal” (2007) and “Crossing the Border: The Gayageum Zither Tradition Amongst the Korean Minority in Northeastern China” (2008).