K-Sori – Episode 3 – Off-Road & Neo folk music band Badi

K-Sori – Episode 3 – Off-Road & Neo folk music band Badi Date: Friday, 19 November 2021 | Time: 6.00 p.m. IST Clik: https://www.youtube.com/user/InKoCentre K-Sori, is an episodic series presented in association with Lotte Foundation, Noreum Machi and Nowpan Korea,…

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K-Sori – Episode 3 – Off-Road & Neo folk music band Badi

Date: Friday, 19 November 2021 | Time: 6.00 p.m. IST

Clik: https://www.youtube.com/user/InKoCentre

K-Sori, is an episodic series presented in association with Lotte Foundation, Noreum Machi and Nowpan Korea, to showcase emergent young musicians from Korea who provide a contemporary twist to traditional instrumentation and compositions. The series presents select winners of the annual Chulsapyo competition that began in 2015 in Korea to provide scholarships to high school and college students to encourage them to study gugak (traditional Korean music) and create qualitative compositions using traditional Korean instruments. The series celebrates the spitit of this initiative which aims to nurture, preserve and promote traditional Korean music amongst young musicians and a contemporary audience, both in Korea and around the world.

Episode 3 – Off-Road & Neo folk music band BADI
Off-Road
Off-Road, comprises traditional music performers Jang Jihun, Choi Yeri and Kim Haerin, who express hope to keep at bay, feelings of fear and loneliness while traversing the vast wilderness and unfamiliar terrain, along rough and unpaved roads. They aim to create a unique musical landscape, by incorporating a variety of techniques based on traditional musical language and styles that correspond to contemporary sentiments.

Title : A Wanderer
“A Wanderer” means “the one who wanders around without a fixed place.” This piece represents everyone’s respective life graphs. People always wander within the larger framework of life and fear and hope always coexist.

Performers & Instruments
Jang Jihun – Janggu (hourglass-shaped drum) (장구), Yanggeum (양금)
Choi Yeri – Haegeum (2-string bowed lute) (해금)
Kim Haerin – Geomungo (6-string zither) (거문고)
Neo folk music band Badi
Badi means superlative sori (music) that a student learns and refines under the guidance of his/her teacher. The group Badi is a music band who reinterpret traditional folk music, which is considered rather difficult to understand. Since their inception, they have composed and arranged their oeuvre to present a musical vocabulary that is refreshing and unique.

Title : Cheon-gye
Badi has always debated about what melody and songs accurately captured the lives of the people in days when folk music was popular. Badi reinterprets the values of the past from the point of view and in order to retrospect with their music. This song was created using the characteristics of the menari-tori (melodic mode) as a reference to Jisinbapgi (a village ritual) in Gyeongsang-do. Jisinbapgi is a ritual in performed at the beginning of the lunar calendar with people in the village praying for peace, health, good harvests and blessings for the community at large. Through this piece, Badi wishes all its listeners, the best for the future.

Performers & Instruments
Jang Juyoung – Janggu (hourglass-shaped drum) (장구), Percussion (퍼커션)
Jeong Seonkyum – Ajaeng (bowed zither) (아쟁)
Lee Changhee – Percussion (퍼커션)
Cho Heekyu – Haegeum (2-string bowed lute) (해금)
Hwang Haneol – Geomungo (6-string zither) (거문고)
Kim Yeongsan – Daegeum (대금)

For two scintillating performances in Episode 3 of this series, tune in to https://www.youtube.com/user/InKoCentre
on Friday, 19 November 2021 at 6.00 p.m. IST.
The link to view the performances, will be accessible until Sunday, 19 December 2021.
The K-Sori series is presented in association with

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