The gong is a brass bowl shaped instrument.
In samulnori, the gong player plays the role of a conductor.
Because it is loud and has a wade range of techniques,
it plays a leading role in the tune of other instruments.
With the finger of the hand that holds the string of the gong,
you press and release the back of the gong, making different timbre tones depending on the beat.
The Janggu are generally made of paulownia,
but they were previously made of earthenware of metal.
On both sides of the janggu, the left side is covered with white horse shells
and the right side is usually covered with normal horse shells.
The reason for this discrimination is that the two skins have to be different
to make different sounds!
White horse shells is usually thicker than horse shell, so it makes a lower, softer soudn,
and normal horse shell makes a clear, high-pitched sound.
If the gong plays a small piece, the jing divides the small passage.
It has the most names among Korean musical instruments.
It puts it in his left hand, puts it in a mold,
holds a cotton band in his right hand, and rings each impulse.
It wraps itself around other percussion instruments, but it also keeps order throughout.
It looks very easy to play as if you could just pat it on the beat once.
If you don't adjust the mood and characteristics of each beat well, it is likely to ruin the music.
In the old days, the drum was used to dig through logs,
today, the wooden boards are gathered to make a barrel and both sides are covered with leather.
Many different types of leather are used during this time, but most of Koreans used cows or dogs.
In addition, the names of the drums vary according to their appearance.
How was samulnori and musical instruments you learned
with the Korea National Souvenir Center?
I'm just proud to be able to give you good information.
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