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Orchestra Of The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts, The: Yomillak: The Selectio (Edition Rz)

Orchestra of the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts performs selection of Korean Classical Music, including "Yomillak", first performed in 1447, along with 3 other historic works.
 

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Label: Edition Rz
Catalog ID: ed. Rz 7001-2
Squidco Product Code: 14234

Format: 2 CDs
Condition: New
Released: 2003
Country: Germany
Packaging: Cardstock foldover

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"Yŏmillak is the most extended piece of orchestral court music surviving in Korea and it has for many centuries been used for royal processions and at banquets. Yŏmillak is the piece notated in the oldest surviving Korean score - a score contained in the Annals of Sejong, written in 1454. The piece originally consisted of ten movements, but three were discarded over time, leaving just the seven movements heard here, and different variants evolved, distinguished in terms of orchestration and size; two of the later (19th century) versions, Kyŏngnokmugang Chigok and T'aep Yŏngch'un Chigok are contained here. The final piece, Sŏilhwa Chigok, is an additional orchestral suite."-Edition Rz


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Disc 1

1. 1st Movement 21:55

2. 2nd Movement 20:08

3. 3rd Movement 19:20

Disc 2

4. 4th-7th Movement 22:51

5. Kyŏngnokmugang Chigok 14:34

6. T'aep'yŏngch'un Chigok 8:19

7. Sŏilhwa Chigok 1st-6th Movement 7:48

8. Sŏilhwa Chigok 7th-16th Movement 15:02

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