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Kim Heejo - Works for Korean Traditional Orchestra (2003)  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at Sept. 10, 2011
Kim Heejo - Works for Korean Traditional Orchestra (2003)

Kim Heejo - Works for Korean Traditional Orchestra (2003)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Cover | 297 MB
Classical/20th Century | Label: Seoul Records | Cat.: SRCD1578 | RS/MU

Kim HeeJo (AKA Kim HuiJo) (1920-2001) a native of Seoul, was one of the most prominent Korean composers of the twentieth century. He is primarily known for his works that incorporate aspects of traditional Korean music and was among the first choral composers in Korea to compose large scale works for the Korean Christian church. The current disc features four large scale works composed by Kim for Korean traditional orchestra.

How to make the Korean Traditional horn bow - by Thomas Duvernay (2005)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by alexov85 at March 26, 2011
How to make the Korean Traditional horn bow - by Thomas Duvernay (2005)

How to make the Korean traditional horn bow - by Thomas Duvernay (2005)
eLearning - 2xDVD5 | English | Total Run time: ~4 hours | Size: 4.3 + 4.3 GB
video: NTSC 4:3 | 720x480 | VBR Auto Pan&Scan | Auto Letterboxed | audio: AC3 | 2/0 ch | 384Kbps
Lecture, Martial, Weapon, Modelism

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.

Vivaldi: A Korean Four Seasons (2007)  Music

Posted by Su_Lihua at Nov. 4, 2011
Vivaldi: A Korean Four Seasons (2007)

Vivaldi: A Korean Four Seasons (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC, IMG+CUE, LOG | 1 CD | Complete Scans | 227 MB
Classical/World | Label: Synnara | Cat.: NSC-176 | RS/MU

Few pieces of classical music have been subjected to as many transcriptions and transformations as have Vivaldi's Four Seasons! From kotos to synthesizers, buskers to brass brands… Vivaldi's enchanting melodies have proven to be a truly universal language. The present recording, a recent acquisition during a trip to Seoul, is another oddly charming version to add to you collection - a Korean Four Seasons, performed by the Seoul Metropolitan Traditional Music Orchestra!

VA - Traditional Music Of The Japanese Geisha (2001)  Music

Posted by pgf000 at Dec. 18, 2010
VA - Traditional Music Of The Japanese Geisha (2001)

VA - Traditional Music Of The Japanese Geisha (2001)
EAC Rip | FLAC+CUE+LOG | 244 Mb | no scans
World/Traditional | Legacy international | 46:25

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 :)

Korean Architecture: Breathing with Nature (Korea Essentials, 12)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at June 28, 2017
Korean Architecture: Breathing with Nature (Korea Essentials, 12)

Korean Architecture: Breathing with Nature (Korea Essentials, 12) by Ben Jackson, Robert Koehler
English | November 30, 2013 | ISBN: 8997639234 | EPUB + PDF | 120 pages | 23/19.9 MB

Korean Medicine: A Holistic Way to Health and Healing (Korean Essentials, 14)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at June 28, 2017
Korean Medicine: A Holistic Way to Health and Healing (Korean Essentials, 14)

Korean Medicine: A Holistic Way to Health and Healing (Korean Essentials, 14) by Inn-hee Hur
English | December 16, 2013 | ISBN: 8997639390 | EPUB + PDF | 95 pages | 10.2/10.7 MB

Traditional Music: Sounds in Harmony with Nature (Korea Essentials, 8)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at June 28, 2017
Traditional Music: Sounds in Harmony with Nature (Korea Essentials, 8)

Traditional Music: Sounds in Harmony with Nature (Korea Essentials, 8) by Robert Koehler
English | August 31, 2012 | ISBN: 8991913881 | EPUB + PDF | 108 pages | 21.7/23.5 MB

Traditional Painting: Window on the Korean Mind (Korea Essentials, 2)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by IrGens at June 28, 2017
Traditional Painting: Window on the Korean Mind (Korea Essentials, 2)

Traditional Painting: Window on the Korean Mind (Korea Essentials, 2) by Robert Koehler
English | September 30, 2011 | ISBN: 8991913741 | EPUB + PDF | 132 pages | 16.8/42.9 MB

K-FOOD: Combining Flavor, Health, and Nature (Korean Culture Book 9)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by AlenMiler at Jan. 25, 2016
K-FOOD: Combining Flavor, Health, and Nature (Korean Culture Book 9)

K-FOOD: Combining Flavor, Health, and Nature (Korean Culture Book 9) by Jin-ah Yun
English | Jan. 18, 2016 | ASIN: B01ATR98K6 | 158 Pages | PDF (True) | 20.2 MB

In addition to being delicious,Korean food is also healthy and natural, making it perfectly suited for the global culinary trends of health consciousness, slow food, and environmental sensitivity.
Rana Park, Korean Chamber Ensemble, Piotr Borkowski - Isang Yun: Chamber Symphony I; Tapis pour cords; Gong-Hu (2006)

Isang Yun: Chamber Symphony I; Tapis pour cords; Gong-Hu (2006)
Rana Park, harp; Korean Chamber Ensemble; Piotr Borkowski, conductor

EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 294 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 151 Mb | Scans included
Genre: Classical | Label: Naxos | # 8.557938 | Time: 01:01:01

Korean-born but a political exile in Germany for the last 25 years of his life, Isang Yun (1917-1995) managed to create a workable synthesis between western and eastern traditions, which fused a musical language based upon the total serialism of the post-war avant garde with elements drawn from both Korean and Chinese traditional styles. The three pieces here, all composed in the 1980s, show just how expressively effective that synthesis could be. In the First Chamber Symphony, it allows Yun to create a richly cushioned sound-world, full of shimmering textures, hazy microtones and supple, swooping gestures, while the rich string layering and urgent melodic writing of Tapis and the evocations of the sound of the Chinese harp in Gong-Hu, for solo harp and string orchestra, create music that is instantly attractive, even if the details of its inner workings are not always obvious.