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This is the summary of thesis of a cadence of geomungo sanjo composed Han Gabdeuk. Geomungo sanjo was composed in early 20th century by Baek Nagjun, a musician from Gang'gyeong in Chungcheong province. It was handed down Bak Seokgi in the early 1930's and then handed down Han Gabdeuk in the latterly 1930's. Han composed new sanjo based on Baek's sanjo from the 1950's to the 1960's. This is named Han Gabdeuk school geomungo sanjo. Analyzed on cadences of Han's sanjo, those make me have the confidences to come to the conclusions, as follows. Firstly, a cadence have two parts : the former part is prepare for cadence and the latter part is cadence. Secondly, prepare for cadence group into melodic and rhythmic style. Thirdly, ujo cadence is used in Jinyangjo and Jajinmori, and gyeomyeonjo cadence is used in all movements. Finaly, typical cadence of gyeomyeonjo originated from cadence of seryoengsan of yeongsanhoisang in geomungo.


This is the summary of thesis of a cadence of geomungo sanjo composed Han Gabdeuk. Geomungo sanjo was composed in early 20th century by Baek Nagjun, a musician from Gang'gyeong in Chungcheong province. It was handed down Bak Seokgi in the early 1930's and then handed down Han Gabdeuk in the latterly 1930's. Han composed new sanjo based on Baek's sanjo from the 1950's to the 1960's. This is named Han Gabdeuk school geomungo sanjo. Analyzed on cadences of Han's sanjo, those make me have the confidences to come to the conclusions, as follows. Firstly, a cadence have two parts : the former part is prepare for cadence and the latter part is cadence. Secondly, prepare for cadence group into melodic and rhythmic style. Thirdly, ujo cadence is used in Jinyangjo and Jajinmori, and gyeomyeonjo cadence is used in all movements. Finaly, typical cadence of gyeomyeonjo originated from cadence of seryoengsan of yeongsanhoisang in geomungo.