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Into The Light: Music of Korea V

Into The Light: Music of Korea V by Various Artists
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Various Artists

Label: KAMS
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

CD: Baramdo; Dung-tta; Puneori; Geomungo Sanjo; Starlight Forest; Jeongseon Arirang; Yeomyangchun, Revisited; Donghae Rhapsody: Sanjo for 25-String Gayageum; A Six-Line Poem; A Hymn; Tajiing; Saetaryeong.

DVD: Citron has; Dung-tta; Puneori; Geomungo Sanjo; Starlight Forest; Jeongseon Arirang; Yeomyangchun, Revisited; Donghae Rhapsody: Sanjo for 25-String Gayageum; A Six-Line Poem; A Hymn; Tajiing; The Soldier’s Lament, Thinking of His Child.


Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

CD/DVD:Personnel: Track 1: Park Min-hee: vocals; Lee Il-woo: saenghwang; Khoe Jin-ho: danso; Track 2: Park Kyung-so: gayageum; Track 3: Park Jae-hun: ajaeng; Lee Joon: gayageum; Bae Jung-chan: janggu; Track 4: Jung Dae-seok: geomungo; Kim Chung-soo: janggu; Track 5: Han Chung-eun: deageum, sogeum; Sam Lee: acoustic guitar; Lee Bum-suck: electric bass; Cho Jae-bum: percussion; Track 6: Gamin Hyosun Kang: piri; Track 7: Juris Kuns: haegeum; Track 8: Shin Hyun-sik: ajaeng; Ha Se-ra: gayageum; Jeong Song-hee: piano; Lee Bong-geun: vocals, jing; Kim Ji-hye: janggu, percussion; Track 9: Kwak Soo-eun: gayageum; Shin Chang-ryeol: percussion; Track 10: Cha Seung-min: daegeum; Track 11: Lee Young-sub: danso; Yang seung-hwan: piano; Track 12: Noreum Machi: piri, jing, percussion; Track 13: Yun Jin-Chul: vocals.


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