Thursday, October 28, 2010

Ingay ng tambol


Maingay na tinugtog ang gyobanggo isa sa mga uri ng buk (drum o tambol) ng Korea para pasimulan ang okasyon o seremonya para sa pagtatanghal para sa pagkilala sa ambag ni Kim Satgat sa literatura ng Korea.

Mula sa wikipedia:

Korean drums play an important part in traditional Korean music, ranging from folk music to royal court music. There are a wide variety of shapes and sizes, for use both in accompanying other instruments and in special drumming performances. In the traditional Korean classification of instruments, drums are grouped with the hyeokbu, or instruments made with leather.

During the Joseon period, many types of drums were used for the royal court music, including the janggu, jwago, yonggo, gyobanggo, jingo, jeolgo, nogo, and others. Among these, the janggu was also used for folk music, and later became the most commonly used drum used in Korean music.



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7 comments:

silentprincess said...

nice photo.. happy LP!

Marites said...

ganda nilang tingnan. gusto kong makapunta ng Korea balang araw. maligayang LP!

emarene said...

Sa tingin ko, magandang pakinggan ang ingay na nagagawa nila. Happy LP!

Luna Miranda said...

wow, ang ganda ng litrato mo! great composition. naaaliw ako sa tourism ad ng Korea sa TV, sobrang lively ang drums.

christina said...

maingay nga sila pero hindi masakit sa tenga :)

masayang Huwebes!

http://stanmoisesjose.blogspot.com/2010/10/lp-123-ingay.html

upto6only said...

ang ganda. sabi ng sa korea yung shot :)

Jay - agent112778 said...

korean fever is in me kaya gusto kong maka rining at maka kita ng ganyang palabas

eto ang aking LP entry