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Contrastes entre as duas bestas: An example of Seoul Arirang is given below. Text The meaning of the text is as follows: Arirang Arirang arariyo Walking over the hill Arirang If you leave here and desert me You will be hurting before you have gone two and a half miles. S eou l A rirang 1. The refrain is sung by chorus and the improvised verse by a soloist. The second line. Although I. A consists of a mm. The first line is a refrain with a fixed text. The text is written in a stanza with two lines.
Normally Seoul Arirang is sung in unison. Form and Structure Table 5 Tab le 5: Major 2. Major 2nd. Perfect cadences occur on A pitch 1 in mm. Major 2nd intervals are employed fifty four times and the rest of intervals are used thirteen times in a step-wise melodic progression. This is the main reason that Seoul Ariring is the most popular version of Arirang. Major 3rd.
Perfect 4th. Mode of Se ou l A ri ran g Example 10 displays a pentatonic mode with 1 2 — 4 5 6. Melody Ex. This Arirang includes the following intervals: Among them. Me lodic sha pe of b m m.
D pitch 4 in mm. B pitch 2 and then descends to A pitch 1 in mm. The first four measures are in an arch shape. Me lodic sha pe of a m m. This song is based on two main rhythms. Rhythm As stated in the Chapter I. The rhythmic patterns are simpler than other Arirangs and they are frequently repeated. Five types of rhythmic patterns are frequently used in Korean folk songs. The two main rhythmic patterns and a cadential rhythm are given below. They are called Changmori. Comparing the first two beats.
Main rhyt hms and ca de nt ial rhyth m. A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 1 The main rhythm 2 of m. A lt ered rhyth ms from cad ent ia l rhyt h m. A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 2 The main rhythm 3 of mm. Kure Arirang. J ind o A rirang 1. The score of Jindo Arirang is following. Jindo Arirang. At every turn of the hill. Sunchang Arirang. Form and Structure Table 6 Tab le 6: A consists of a m.
The mode with this intervallic structure is called Yukjabegi tori. Perfect cadences occur on D pitch 1 m. The scale of Yukjabegi is very special in terms that it consists of half notes while the traditional Korean pentatonic scale normally does not contain half notes.
Yukjabegi tori. While other Arirangs are mostly in Major 2nd and minor 3rd intervallic relationships. Jindo Arirang uses Perfect 4th intervals more often twelve 53 The word. E pitch 2 is preceded by the grace note. Jindo Arirang employs more kinds of intervallic structures than other Arirangs.
Melody The mode of Jindo Arirang is shown below. The note. Perfect 5th. Mode of Jin do A ri ran g With the pitch D as the modal center. D pitch 1 is the modal center.
A is divided into two different melodic structures: The motive is carried by m. The ending note of m. While only Perfect 4ths and same notes are joyfully repeated in mm. The grace note in the minor 3rd interval comes in m. The first four measures in a start with A pitch 1 and end with A pitch 1. This example of Jindo Arirang consists of two sections. Me lodic st ruc ture of a m m. The sequence of the motive comes in m. A and B. Me lodic st ruc ture of c m m. D pitch 1.
Many of the same notes are employed in mm. Measure twelve ends on a half cadence on A pitch 5. Me lodic st ruc ture of b mm. Main rhyt hms The main rhythm 1 of mm.
Three main rhythmic patterns are employed in the song and they are repeated throughout the piece. A lt ered rhyth m from ma in rhyt hm 2. A lt ered rhyth m from ma in rhyt hm 1 The main rhythm 2 of mm. A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 3 C. Miryang Arirang. Most of their melodies are derived from Arirangs of other provinces. Mi ryan g A rira ng. Ari dangdakgoong sri dangdakgoong Ararigha nanne Arirang uhjeolshigo Jal nuhmuh ghandah Look at me.
Form and Structure Table 7 Tab le 7: This example includes the following intervals: Melody The scale of Miryang Arirang is shown below. Among 54 It consists of five notes of 1. The mode with this intervallic structure is called Menari tori. Also pitch 3 or pitch 6 is used in the cadence. It is sung very slowly and sounds very sad. Perfect cadences occur on D pitch 1 in m. Mode of M irya ng A ri ran g It uses a pentatonic mode with 1.
The melodic motive is repeated. Frequent use of Major 2nds is a general characteristic of other Arirangs. Major 2nd intervals are employed thirty four times. While a is in the high range. The motive in m. The motive is stated in m. The melodic shape of the motive is also repeated. The first four measures in a start with D pitch 1 and end with A pitch 5.
This example of Miryang Arirang consists of two different melodic structures: Main rhyt hms and cad ent ia l rh ythm The main rhythm 1 is repeated in mm. This song uses the fastest tempo among the five Arirangs. Three rhythmic patterns and a cadential rhythmic pattern are employed in the song and are repeated throughout the piece.
The main rhythm2 is altered in mm. Simple rhythms are used without grace notes and the refrain and the verse share the same rhythmic patterns. It contains richer improvised words than other Minyos do.
A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 2 The main rhythm 3 is altered in mm. A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 3 Otherwise. Chungang University in Seoul. The camellia flowers in Ssarigol57 are shed. She sang this song while crying. A name of village in Youcheon-ri. Boatman of Auraji56 Let me go across the river. Although the fallen camellia flowers are piled up on the fallen leaves. Arirang Arirang arariyo Walking over the hill Arirang58 56 A name of ferry in.
I am dying of yearning for my lover everyday. They planned to meet in Youcheon-ri the following day. A consists of sub-phrases a mm. B includes c mm. Sections a. It is natural that rhythms and melodies could be altered when words are adapted to the musical structure.
Form and Structure Table 8 Tab le 8: Male and female soloists sing in different ranges. The portion sung by female soloist is transposed by Perfect 4th. The pentatonic mode consists of a. The refrains are sung by the people who gather to listen.
The duration of verses depends on the numbers of soloists or the length of improvised stanzas. Section A is divided into two different melodic structures: Then there comes a 59 It consists of five notes of 1 2 3 — 5 6 and its dominant notes are pitch 3 and pitch 6. Measure 2 is repeated and altered in m. This section is characterized by the repetition of many of the some notes.
It uses minor 3rd intervals most often 31 times. The first four measures in a start with B-flat pitch 4 and end with F pitch 1. It consists of two sections. The second and the third measures are symmetrical. After two soloists sing the refrain. Measure 7 repeats m.
Section B is also divided into c mm. The latter is transposed from the former by a Perfect 4th. The refrain consists of two vocal parts. The notes are ascending or descending by minor 3rds. The first two measures are exactly same in c. A perfectcadence with grace notes is used in m. Measure 19 alters m. Four main rhythmic patterns are employed in the song and they are repeated through the piece. A lt ered rhyth m from ma in rhyt hm 1 The main rhythm 2 of m. According to the rhythmic stress of the text.
A lt ered rhyth ms from ma in rh ythm 3 The main rhythm 4 of m. Christianity was introduced to Korea by English and American missionaries. It is widely acknowledged that Korean church music and Korean choral music were derived from Western music in the past. The choral anthems of Korean churches are very similar to those of English and American churches as Korean churches adapted them in their own style. These hymns built the historical foundation of Korean choral music as well as Korean church music.
Christian hymns supplied by these missionaries were frequently sung in Korean churches. This treatise will attempt to show that Korean choral music is becoming independent from Western influence and finding its own unique creativity.
These musicians and artists are striving to create distinctive music that has roots deeply planted in Korean traditional music. Sook-ja and Cho. This induction of hymns was imperative to the history of Western music in Korea.
Eung-chan in History of Ko rean Christiani ty Underwood and Appenziller were the first missionaries to come to Korea. Chan-Song-Ga-Hak Hymnolgy. Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary Press. Prior to Rothweiler of the Methodist Church collected twenty-seven translated hymns and compiled them into a book entitled Chan-Mi-Ga Psalms.
He put together one hundred and seventeen hymns and published a book entitled Chan-Yang-Ga Songs of 62 Lee. Hymns were used in two ways: Despite this setback. Western hymns became the groundwork for the new cultural movement in Korea.
Korean people refused to sing hymns not created by Korean people. A History of Korean Church Music.
At first. Sook-Ja and Cho. Korean people expressed their oppressed national spirit through hymn singing. Before that Korean people used Chinese hymnals.
George Heber Jones and Louis G. In The Development of Korean Choral Music. After the individual publication of these three hymnals. Chan-Yang-Ga had five lines.
The publication of Chan-Syong-Ga resolved this particular dilemma. University of Southern California. This hymnal contained two hundred sixty six hymns. Employed for two decades. This version included five hundred 64 Min. Kil-han and Mrs. Korean people encountered Western music and received a chance to receive a European-style education. Underwood founded the Kyungshin School and A.
For the first time. This hymnal has been utilized by Korean churches of all denominations. Developm ent of Ko rean C horal Music 1. Chan-Song-Ga-Ron Hymnology. Gyemyung University. Missionaries believed that choral singing was the best method to teach music to Korean people and they founded choirs within their institutions. Ewha Choir was founded in Educational Institutions and Choirs As soon as missionaries came to Korea.
He led students in the music department to Soongsil College in Pyongyang70 for a recital tour.
Young-whan directed a choir and taught regular classes and instrumental music at Yonhee College. These choirs all but disappeared when the churches were closed during the Japanese occupation period. Underwood founded Yonhee College. In-sik founded a choir within the YMCA around They opened up again after the independence of Korea 68 Won. Before the Korean War.
Jin-hee Mrs. In addition. History of Church Music. The following year. These church choirs not only facilitated the worship service. Many Korean choral conductors 72 A church in Pyongyang. There were countless difficulties once the church choirs settled down in Korea. Despite some setbacks. Singing in the church choir was an astonishing experience for Korean congregations.
They had never heard of half notes. Korean people. The largest obstacle was integrating original hymns by Korean composers. Koreans were fascinated by Western culture especially after the end of 74 Min. Developm ent of C horal Repertoire Hymns and anthems introduced by Western missionaries played the largest role in developing choral music in Korea.
Ninety-six percent of this hymnal consisted of translated foreign hymns. There are two reasons for this. Korea endeavored to absorb alien culture virtually without censure. Far worse. According to his treatise. Woonyoung was one of the pioneers who worked hard to create a new national identity for Korean music. Seoul Theological Seinary. It is undeniable that early Korean music commonly imitated Western music. During this time. In order for genuine Korean music to survive.
Chan-Song-Ga-Hak Hymnology. New Korean choral works are being written by Korean composers for concerts. More than any other time. Emulating the nationalistic trend in Western music of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Korean society began to strongly emphasize traditional culture. Koreans began to recognize the importance of correct and specific means of transmission as well as instruction in national music. Korea erected national music institutes in and facilitated the Korean traditional music department at Seoul University in Developing the quality of music with new musical idioms.
As famous music educators. Korean choral works are. The next two chapters will analyze four choral works that originated from traditional Arirangs. Important to this discussion is how Korean traditional music influenced Korean choral music. She was forced to serve as a comfort woman and returned home after more than forty years of appalling hardships. Spiritual Influen ce Arirang could easily be considered representative of all Korean folk song.
Refer to an article on No. Su-bok who was taken as an army girl. Hearing the song of Arirang has since helped her recollect all the agonies she endured while with the Japanese. Arirang has become an important part of Korean national identity. March It has such eminence and notoriety in Korea and abroad that it could be regarded as the national song.
Whether they are happy or sad. When choral members sing together. A Study of Korean Folk Songs. Tong-il and others have begun to analyze the antiJapanese spirit contained within Arirang.. Arirang is preserved by Koreans in many musical styles.
As stated previously. According to Ko. Music is a very effective method of getting a community to unite and empathize with one another. Music naturally enhances the sense of national identity and community. Recently Cho. In modern Korea. Korean composers have searched for new genres of Korean music that matched modern perceptions. This trend also affected the fields of choral music since numerous composers drew on Arirang for their inspiration to create choral pieces. Arirang embraces the agony of Koreans who were separated from their friends and family when forced to emigrate to Japan and other neighboring counties.
Four Arirang-inspired choral works will be presented and analyzed in the next chapter. Musical Influen ce Translation of Western choral music began during the initial period of acceptance into Korean culture. Korean language is drastically different from other languages. Arirangs proved to be especially useful in encouraging the practice of choral writing in Korean.
Countless Korean composers use choral music as an inspiration. Even if texts are set syllabically to the music. A comparison between Korean and English will help illustrate this point. In the past. Even if sung well. They offer rich literature as musical sources that feel familiar in the culture.
Each of the different versions of Arirang tells a different story and hundreds of literary works are drawn from their texts.
Arirang should continue to provide a boundless foundation for Korean choral music in years to come. Since the singers can easily improvise new texts.
I discussed four Arirangs from four different regions in Korea. In this chapter. I will analyze four choral works based on the four Arirangs. He has composed about fifty works. Now he is working as chair of the East Asia Composers Association. Composer Woo.
Korean Art College. Kyung-chan ed. Seoul Arirang 1. After studying in Japan. Jong-uek was born in Taegu. Table 9 Tab le 9: Form and Structure Woo. A82 Seoul Arirang has the same refrain text. Texture This work is scored for soprano and baritone soloists. Starting in m. After the piano Prelude mm. SATB chorus.
Volante C. Melody Three different melodies of Arirangs are used in this piece from Kujo Arirang. Maestoso Interlude I. Section C mm. A duet occurs between mm. The composer places Vigoroso Prelude. The Prelude with a motive derived from Kujo Arirang. Section B mm. The melody of the Introduction. The refrains and the verses of A and B are derived from Kujo Arirang.
The composer places the melodic line of each refrain mm. It consists of a pentatonic mode with 1. The chorus and the soloists antiphonally sing in section A. F and A.
Pen tat on ic mode arra nged a se ri es of Pe rfect 5 th m m. The rhythmic pattern is preserved. The verses mm. The m otiv e from th e Pre lud e mm. The beginning motive of the Prelude is derived from Kujo Arirang.
This motive is imitated by all four vocal parts in mm. The musical structure is loosened and developed in section B. The melodic line is preserved. S hort im ita ti on be twe en fema les an d males m m.
It is sung by females in mm. The melodic line is mainly placed in the soprano part. The four pitches of this pentatonic mode 1 2 -4 5 6 are arranged a series of Perfect 4th G. Pen tat on ic mode arra nged a se ri es of Pe rfect 4 m m.
The piano accompaniment starts with triplet rhythms and employs sextuplet rhythms at a fortissimo dynamic beginning in m. The motive of the Prelude is repeated in the Postlude mm. Harmony The Prelude is mostly presented with quartal chords and parallel fifths. The initial rhythmic motive appears in the upper part. Rhythm The composer drew the initial rhythmic motive eighth note. B is elaborated with various rhythms. The melodic lines are treated contrapuntally. The rhythmic fragment returns in B.
In the lower part. They occur in the piano accompaniment of third verse and drive the conclusion of A. Triplets are the major rhythmic characteristics of the Introduction.
The rhythmic structure of Interlude 2 is derived from that of the Prelude. At the beginning of Interlude 3. R hyth m ic fea tures of In te rlud e 2 mm.