Table of contents for Music in Korea : experiencing music, expressing culture / Donna Lee Kwon.


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Foreword
Preface
CD Track List
1. KOREA FROM BOTH SIDES OF THE BORDER
Pyongyang, North Korea
Kosong, South Korea
Intersecting Themes
Transnationalism in Flux: From the "Hermit Kingdom" to the "Korean Wave": From the "Hermit Kingdom" to the "Korean Wave"
Modernization and Cultural Continuity in North and South Korea
Music and Cultural Politics: Articulating the Border through Song
"Our Wish is Reunification": The Story of Im Su-kyong
Popular Visions of Reunification
2. THE COURT AS CULTURAL CONDUIT
Court Music, Cultural Policy, and the State
The Movement of Court Culture from East to West
The Development of Ritual Music of the Court: Music, Cultural Politics, and the State
Court Music in Practice Today
Experiencing State Sacrificial Music
Ritual Order and Cosmology
Instruments and Music
Munmyo Cheryeak
Chongmyo Cheryeak
Tension and Release in Sujech'on
3. THE POLITICS OF PRESERVATION AND REVIVAL IN INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC
Instrumental Preservation, Adaptation, and Revival
South Korea: The Politics of Preservation and Revival
North Korea: Music and the Masses
Solo Repertoires
Sanjo
The Development of Sanjo and its Spread to other Instruments
Changdan: The Rhythmic Underpinning of Sanjo
The Interaction of Rhythm, Mode, and Melody in Sanjo
Ensemble Forms
P'ungmul
P'ungmul in the Village Madang
P'ungmul in the Streets: Political Protest Marches
P'ungmul on Stage: The Emergence of Samul Nori
Shamanist Ritual Forms
Chindo Ssikkim-kut (Cleansing Rituals)
Sinawi and the Cultivation of Improvisation
4. THE SINGING VOICE
Folksongs
Central (Kyonggi) minyo
Southern (Namdo) minyo
Sijo-ch'ang: Cultivating an Appreciation for Sung Poetry
Text, Rhythm, and Melody
P'ansori: Intertextuality and Cultural Continuity
History and Development Through Multiple Formats
Performance and Repertoire
Warm-up Songs (Tan'ga)
Narrative Performance: The Song of Ch'unhyang
Expressive Elements of P'ansori
P'ansori Aesthetics
Contemporary Developments in Korean Musical Theater and Film
North Korean Revolutionary Opera
P'ansori and Film: Director Im Kwon-taek
Sop'yonje
Ch'unhyang
5. COLONIAL LEGACIES IN KOREA
The Legacy of the Japanese Colonial Occupation (1910-1945)
The Enduring Popularity of Trot
The Emergence of Sin minyo
Engaging with Western Concert Music
South Korea: Tradition, Innovation, Synthesis, and Popularization
North Korea: Music, Synthesis, and Politics
Western Music and Modern Nationhood: The Making of Korea's National Anthems
6. NEGOTIATING TRANSNATIONAL FLOWS OF CULTURE
Shifts in the Global Mediascape
The Korean Wave
K-Pop and the Influence of Seo Taiji and the Boys
Music and Power
The Presence of American Forces and the Dawn of a New Era in South Korean Pop
State-sanctioned Popular Music in North Korea
The Politicization of Popular Music in South Korea: T'ong kit'a and the Song Movement
Cultural Continuity in Korean Popular Music: Indexing "Tradition" in Korean Hip-Hop
Moving Beyond "Tradition" in the Music of Jang Goon
Glossary
References
Resources
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Music -- Korea -- History and criticism.
Korea -- Social life and customs.