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The Structure of the Tonghaean Pyŏlsin'gut of Kyŏngsang Province Chang Hwi-ju The performing form of the Tonghaean Pyŏlsin'gut 東海岸 별신굿(lit. ‘Shaman Ritual of Eastcoast’) of Kyŏngsang province 慶尙道 consists of shaman song (muga 巫歌), shaman dance (mumu 巫舞), a play performed by a male shaman (konban 곤반), mask play (t'alnori 탈놀이), blessing (ch'ugwŏn 祝願), a song and dance play performed by a shaman and the audience (norŭmgut 놀음굿), incantation (chusul 주술), and spirit descending (sinnaerim 神내림). The basic structure consists of various sections (kŏri 거리) of mumu, muga, ch'ugwŏn and norŭmgut, and these are arranged in this order:p'unŏri shaman dance (푸너리 巫舞) → ch'ŏngbo or chemasu shaman song (청보 or 제마수 巫歌) → kŏmu and ŏpo shaman dance (거무, 어포 巫舞) → ch'ugwŏn, norŭmgut and subu shaman song (축원, 놀음굿, 수부 巫歌). The transformed structure adds konban or t'alnori or chusul or sinnaerim at the end of the basic structure. Different kŏri of pyŏlsin'gut are arranged on this principle. After a couple of normal kŏri are arranged, one transformed kŏri is added. The structure of pyŏlsin'gut thus escapes the feeling of repetitiveness that the ritual, which has repeatedly to please the gods and goddesses who visit during every kŏri, would otherwise have.


The Structure of the Tonghaean Pyŏlsin'gut of Kyŏngsang Province Chang Hwi-ju The performing form of the Tonghaean Pyŏlsin'gut 東海岸 별신굿(lit. ‘Shaman Ritual of Eastcoast’) of Kyŏngsang province 慶尙道 consists of shaman song (muga 巫歌), shaman dance (mumu 巫舞), a play performed by a male shaman (konban 곤반), mask play (t'alnori 탈놀이), blessing (ch'ugwŏn 祝願), a song and dance play performed by a shaman and the audience (norŭmgut 놀음굿), incantation (chusul 주술), and spirit descending (sinnaerim 神내림). The basic structure consists of various sections (kŏri 거리) of mumu, muga, ch'ugwŏn and norŭmgut, and these are arranged in this order:p'unŏri shaman dance (푸너리 巫舞) → ch'ŏngbo or chemasu shaman song (청보 or 제마수 巫歌) → kŏmu and ŏpo shaman dance (거무, 어포 巫舞) → ch'ugwŏn, norŭmgut and subu shaman song (축원, 놀음굿, 수부 巫歌). The transformed structure adds konban or t'alnori or chusul or sinnaerim at the end of the basic structure. Different kŏri of pyŏlsin'gut are arranged on this principle. After a couple of normal kŏri are arranged, one transformed kŏri is added. The structure of pyŏlsin'gut thus escapes the feeling of repetitiveness that the ritual, which has repeatedly to please the gods and goddesses who visit during every kŏri, would otherwise have.