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Dynamic Korea and Rhythmic Form - 
      Katherine In-Young Lee

Dynamic Korea and Rhythmic Form

The South Korean percussion genre, samul nori, is a world phenomenon whose rhythmic form is the key to its popularity and mobility. Based on both ethnographic research and close formal analysis, author Katherine In-Young Lee focuses on the kinetic experience of samul nori, drawing out the concept of dynamism to show its historical, philosophical, and pedagogical dimensions. Les mer
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The South Korean percussion genre, samul nori, is a world phenomenon whose rhythmic form is the key to its popularity and mobility. Based on both ethnographic research and close formal analysis, author Katherine In-Young Lee focuses on the kinetic experience of samul nori, drawing out the concept of dynamism to show its historical, philosophical, and pedagogical dimensions. Breaking with traditional approaches to the study of world music that privilege political, economic, institutional, or ideological analytical frameworks, Lee argues that because rhythmic forms are experienced on a somatic level, they swiftly move beyond national boundaries and provide sites for cross-cultural interaction.
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Forlag: Wesleyan University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9780819577054
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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List of Figures and Tables Notes on Translation and Romanization Introduction 1. Space and the Big Bang 2. The Dynamics of Rhythmic Form 3. Dynamic Korea and Samul nori 4. Global Encounters with Samul nori 5. Transnational Samul nori and the Politics of Place Epilogue Appendix 1. Pinari—English translation Appendix 2. SamulNori: “Tradition Meets the Present” Bibliography Index-Glossary
KATHERINE IN-YOUNG LEE is assistant professor of ethnomusicology at UCLA and her work has appeared in Journal of Korean Studies, Ethnomusicology, and Journal of Korean Traditional Performing Arts.