UW Ethnomusicology Archives video recordings: Visiting Artist concert featuring the music of Korea and Java, 2011-04-26 PDF
- UW Ethnomusicology Archives video recordings: Visiting Artist concert featuring the music of Korea and Java
- 2 items : OT - 2 vcts (mini-DV); WD - 2 DVDs (digital, stereo); Duration: 1:46:00; flyer; newspaper announcement
- Collection Number
- Video recording of University of Washington Visiting Artist Concert, April 26, 2011, Meany Theater.
- University of Washington Ethnomusicology Archives
University of Washington
- Access Restrictions
Access is restricted.
Biographical NoteReturn to Top
Peter Joon Park is a Ph.D. Candidate currently completing his dissertation about Korean p'ungmul gut (percussion music rituals) and the integration of traditions with modern identities. A second-generation Korean Canadian, he has performed and recorded Korean traditional music in Canada, USA, and South Korea since 1995. He teaches Korean percussion to music educators as part of the Smithsonian Folkways Certification Course in World Music Pedagogy, and to middle and high school students in the Edmonds School District's Summer Music School. He has taught Korean gayagŭm (12-string zither) and janggu (hourglass drum) atUW and was a Teaching Assistant for Music Cultures of Asia. As part of a paid internship at Northwest Folklife, he produced a CD called Han Madang: Musical Traditions of Korea, which features recordings from the UW Ethnomusicology Archives. In his master's thesis (for MA in Ethnomusicology from UW), he examined the connections between Korean shaman ritual music and court music. He also taught Indonesian gamelan music at Seattle Pacific University and Pacific Lutheran University, and performed with Gamelan Pacifica and Gamelan Northwest for several years. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics with a concentration in Computer Science from UW.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
Recorded by Cameron Quevedo for the UW Ethnomusicology Archives.
Performers: Music of Korea (concert first half) - featured artist Young Sub Lee, daegeum, danso, and taepyeongso, with Peter Joon Park, janggu, and Nuri Jung, geomun-go. Music of Java (concert second half) - featured artists Heri Purwanto, Didik Nini Thowok, Gamelan Pacifica, and the UW Gamelan.
Original mini-DV tapes transferred to computer 4/2011; audio recording (2011004) imported; DVDs produced from edited versions of files (2011-3.1_ed and 2011-3.2_ed) 5/2011.
See collection 2011004 for audio recording of this concert.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top
|2011003-0001: Visiting Artist Concert: Music of Korea
1 optical media : DVD - unpublished
Contents:Tr. 1 – Welcome and introduction by Patricia CampbellTr. 2 – Introduction of artists by Donna ShinTr. 3 – Cheongseong-gok and Daegeum Sanjo (Young Sub Lee, daegeum, and Peter Joon Park, janggu) Tr. 4 – Hahyeon Dodeuri, Yeombul Dodeuri, and Taryeong (Young Sub Lee, danso, and Nuri Jung, geomun-go) Tr. 5 – Taepyeongso Garak (Young Sub Lee, taepyeongso, and Peter Joon Park, janggu)
|2011003-0002: Visiting Artist Concert: Music of Java
1 optical media : DVD - unpublished
Contents:Tr. 1 – Introduction by Patricia CampbellTr. 2 – Introduction of artists by Laurie SearsTr. 3 – Golek Ayun-Ayun (Didik Nini Thowok, dancer; Gamelan Pacifica, featuring Heri Purwanto & Jessika Kenney) Tr. 4 – Jaran Kepang (Christina Sunard, Emma Lux & Senggo Sunardi, dancers; UW Gamelan, featuring Heri Puwanto & Jessika Kenney) Tr. 5 – Gambyong Pangkur (Didik Nini Thowok, dancer; Gamelan Pacifica, featuring Heri Purwanto & Jessika Kenney
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Classical Music--Korea
- Sanjo (Music)
- Video recordings in ethnomusicology
- Geographical Names :
- Korea--Asia--East Asia
- Seattle (Wash.)
- Other Creators :
- Personal Names :
- Jung, Nuri (prf)
- Lee, Young Sub (prf)
- Lux, Emma (prf)
- Park, Peter Joon (prf)
- Purwanto, Heri (prf)
- Sunardi, Christina (prf)
- Thowok, Didik Nini, 1954- (prf)
- Corporate Names :
- Gamelan Pacifica (prf)
- UW Gamelan (prf)