Samulnori

Red Sun, SamulNori - Then Comes the White Tiger (1994)  Music

Posted by SuniR at Aug. 13, 2016
Red Sun, SamulNori - Then Comes the White Tiger (1994)

Red Sun, SamulNori - Then Comes the White Tiger (1994)
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Avant-Garde Jazz, World Fusion | Label: ECM Records, ECM 1499 | 1994 | 01:00:35

The group SamulNori, which takes its name from the selfsame style of Korean folk music and was founded in 1978 by Kim Duk Soo as a means of expanding the music’s compass of awareness, combines its namesake’s balance of ritual and humble beginnings with contemporary leanings. Samul nori is at heart a percussive genre. Its four instruments are the jing (large gong), the kkwaenghwari (small gong), the janggu (hour-glass drum), and the buk (barrel drum). Each is its own element—wind, thunder, rain, and clouds, respectively—and brings a fertile sound to bear upon a range of ecologically minded texts, both recited and sung. SamulNori members have worked with, among others, Bill Laswell and Kodo, but perhaps most notably with Red Sun, a jazz outfit that was the brainchild of saxophonist and flutist Wolfgang Puschnig and with whom SamulNori had its first meeting eight years prior to this influential record.

Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT (Repost)  Software

Posted by Dizel_ at Feb. 10, 2016
Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT (Repost)

Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT (Repost) | 1.06 Gb

Samulnori is a type of Korean percussion music that has been gaining popularity over the last few decades, both in Korea and abroad. The term “samulnori” ( 사물놀이) can be broken into two parts - “samul” meaning “four things”, and “nori” meaning “to play”.

Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT  

Posted by Artist14 at Jan. 27, 2013
Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT

Soniccouture Samulnori Percussion EXS24 KONTAKT | 0.98 GB

Samulnori is a type of Korean percussion music that has been gaining popularity over the last few decades, both in Korea and abroad. The term “samulnori” ( 사물놀이) can be broken into two parts - “samul” meaning “four things”, and “nori” meaning “to play”. The Samulnori ensemble generally consists of four main instruments : Puk, Janngu, Jing and K'Kwaenggwari. In a minimal ensemble there will be just one of each, but you will also sometimes see larger groups with four or more of each instrument. However, even in these larger groups, the role of each instrument is the same. Each one represents an element of nature, the Jing being the wind, the Janggu the rain, the Puk the clouds, and the K’kwaenggwari the lightning.