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朝鮮朝 儀軌에 나타난 宴禮樂의 變遷 -進宴, 進饌, 進爵儀軌를 중심으로-
The Change of Yonryeak in the Chosǒn Dynasty -Based on Jinyǒn, Jinjak, Jinchan Ogue-

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Authors
金英峰
Issue Date
1992
Publisher
서울대학교 음악대학 동양음악연구소
Citation
민족음악학, Vol.14, pp. 56-88
Abstract
In this paper, the changing process of musicians and instruments from the King

Sejong’s reign to the Kojong’s and the Court Music played especially for banquet, parties and royal parades were studied based on Jinyôn Ogue(進宴構軌; Book on the Royal Feast) , Jinchan chan Ogue(進體構軌) , and Jinjak Ogue(進霞構軌) in which the whole program of the court ceremonies in the Chosõn dynasty was recorded. At the beginning of the King Sejong’s reign, the main stream of the Yonryeak(宴禮樂; the Royal Banquet Music) was Aak(雅樂; ceremonial music of chinese origin) and Tangak(康樂), while Hyangak(椰樂) was only used for finale. During the Sõngjong’s reign {1467 -1494) , the characteristics of Yonryeak(宴禮樂) was changed to the component of the Royal Banquet Music being Tangak(康樂曲) pieces, while the purpose of Hyangak(椰樂曲) pieces was smiliar to that of the early Chosõn dynasty. But the use of Hyangak(鄭樂曲) pieces was slightly increased during the Sukjong and Youngjo’s reign.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/86846
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College of Music (음악대학)Asian Music Research Institute (동양음악연구소)Journal of the Asian Music Research Institute (동양음악) 민족음악학 Volume 14 (1992)
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