|1||–Eun Joo Lee||The Waterfalls Of Bak-Yon|
Vocals – Eun Joo Lee
|2||–Imperial Orchestra||Sanhyon Yongsan||4:46|
|3||–Sang Kyu Lee||Chong Song Jajin Hanip|
Daegeum [Taegum] – Sang Kyu Lee
|4||–Unknown Artist||Chongsun Arirang||4:00|
|5||–Chui-Ta Ensemble||Dae Chui-Ta||4:16|
|6||–Sung Keum Ryun||Kayageum Sanjo|
Gayageum [Kayageum] – Sung Keum Ryun
|7||–Imperial Orchestra||Manpa Jungshi Ji Kok||4:02|
|8||–Choo Whan Lee||Man-Nyun Jang-Hwan Ji Kok||8:03|
|6586 011||Various||Korean Music (LP, Mono)||Philips||6586 011||Netherlands||1972|
|6586 011||Various||Korean Music (LP, Mono)||Philips||6586 011||South Korea||1974|
|D 58010||Various||Korea = Corée (Cass, Comp, RE)||Auvidis||D 58010||France||1988|
1. Ceremonial dance
2. Orchestral piece adapted from the ancient military court music "Ku Kan-ak"
3. Parade music
4. Arrangement of a piece of military music
5. Traverse flute (taegeum) solo
6. A lyric song (Ka-gok) dating from the Koryo dynasty
7. A folk song of Central Korea
8. A melody of the Central provinces: "O woman! Instead of praying for a child who will never be born, you should rather look after the man who is alone and unhappy in a foreign land."
9. Part of a solo for the Kayageum, the twelve-stringed zither
Record prepared from recordings made available through the courtesy of the Ministry of Culture and Information, Seoul.
Playing time: 57'10
Reissue Auvidis with the support of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication (Department of Music and Dance) of the album Korean Music (collection "Musical Sources", founded by Alain Daniélou) realized by the International Institute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation (IICMSD) Berlin for the International Music Council
℗ Auvidis / UNESCO 1972 / 1988
© Auvidis / IICMSD / UNESCO 1988
Made in France
Includes liner notes in English & French.