This video took 2-1/2 years to make. A Korean horn bow takes one year to complete and every season has its processes. This is a two-tape set (four hours) and packed with information about how the famous Korean horn bow is made. Follow Korean Master Bowyer Geuk-hwan Park as he skillfully takes bamboo, horn, sinew and other materials and turns them into a work of art.
This CD is indeed a strange mixed bag. There are plenty of authentic traditional pieces like "Sakura", "Autumn sorrow", but there are also a number of modernized vocal numbers (rather western operatic style singing), one good Okinawan folk song, and believe it ir not, one Korean traditional song (Arirang) sung in Korean accompanied by kayagum. For some reason this good old folklore caused "geisha" fantasies in the disc compilers minds :)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection
British psychedelic folkrock group Trees released two records in 1970. The debut (currently being reviewed) and slightly more stately yet stiff ‘On the Shore’. Both albums are hailed as favorites by listeners