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Ilmu

National Gugak Center2015-09-18

National Gugak Center

National Gugak Center

The dance part is Ilmu. There are 64 dancers all together. 8 Dancers horizontally, 8 vertically, forming a perfect squre. The dance for Botaepyeong music is called mummu, civil dance, where dancers perform during Yeonsin(“calling the spirit”), Jeonpye (food offering), and Choheonrye (first wine offering) holding Yak (a wind instrument) in dancer’s left hands and Jeok (a long stick decorated with a pheasant feather) in dancer’s right hands.

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  • Title: Ilmu
  • Creator: National Gugak Center
  • Date Created: 2015-09-18
  • Subject Keywords: National Gugak Center,Court Music,Instrumental Music,Royal Ancestral Shrine Music,Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Mankind,Jongmyo Jeryeak

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