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Second Homeland, Second Outland

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Authors
Seel, Daniel N
Issue Date
2012-12
Publisher
서울대학교 음악대학 동양음악연구소
Citation
동양음악, Vol.34, pp. 157-181
Abstract
Before I first came to Korea, I had already written, or at least had begun to write, a great deal of "Korean" pieces, For example, just to name two of them : The musical parade about IMUGI (이무기, 1992) is a strange hybrid of serpent and dragon, an odd composition with similarities to German carnival and Chinese dragon processions, religious rituals, military marches, and an avant-garde scouting of space and time. Also, the one-hour Cello-solo-piece Skordaturen II(1992~94), refers to the slow movements Jinyang(진양) and Jung-mori(중모리) of Komun'go-Sanjo(거문고 산조).
ISSN
1975-0218
Language
German
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/87933
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