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宗廟樂章의 發音法(Diction) 에 관한 考察
The Rule of Diction in the Text of Chongmyo

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Authors
金靜子
Issue Date
1992
Publisher
서울대학교 음악대학 동양음악연구소
Citation
민족음악학, Vol.14, pp. 22-48
Abstract
The text in the music of Chongmyo was created during the Sejong reign of Chosõn

dynasty. It was used in munmu and mumu but during the Sejo reign, it began to be used for Chongmyo Ancestral Shrine Music as it is heard today. The f ollowing is the rule of text diction of the Chongmyo based on 13 songs of Chõngdaeup and 14 songs of Potaepyõng that have been mensurally notated by the late Ki Soo Kim and that is used by the Korean Traditonal Performing Arts Center today. Rule of Diction of Single V owel Text Of the some 250 single vowel characters found in the Chongmyo text, the word 旣, 基, 奇, 幾, is not pronounced like the ‘gl’ of today’s language but as ‘geu-l’ But these four words were originally written as ‘geu-i’(compound vowel character) in Old Korean and today, this old style of diction is intact in the Chongmyo music.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/86844
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