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‘Dong-Dong’ in Korean classical music Kim, Se-jong This paper focused on 'Dong-Dong'. 'Dong-Dong' is classified as 'folk music entertainments' in Koryosa(高麗史). Therefore I examined documentary records closely related with 'Dong-Dong', out of that I argued about the meaning, the origin and the flow into folk music of Koryo(高麗). Besides I looked around the song of 'Dong-Dong', the dance of 'Dong-Dong' and the instrumentation of 'Dong-Dong'. In consequence of that I derived following conclusions. ① Up to now 'Dong-Dong' has recognized as an onomatopoeic word of the sound of a drum. But I defined it as an expression of the motions. ② 'Dong-Dong' can't be restricted as a 'folk music entertainments' in Koryo. It was a composite art of songs and dances which was wide-spreaded in Mahan(馬韓) area. Henceforth it was incorporated into folk music of Koryo, and court music of Chosun(朝鮮). ③ The words of that song had influence on the various genres of music in after ages. ④ The dance of 'Dong-Dong' performed on A-Bak(牙拍) dances until the latter period of Chosun, but can't be initiated any more. ⑤ The music of 'Dong-Dong' was recorded in Daeakhoobo(大樂後譜), furthermore it was correlated to 'Jeong-Eup', while the use of these two musics are different.


‘Dong-Dong’ in Korean classical music Kim, Se-jong This paper focused on 'Dong-Dong'. 'Dong-Dong' is classified as 'folk music entertainments' in Koryosa(高麗史). Therefore I examined documentary records closely related with 'Dong-Dong', out of that I argued about the meaning, the origin and the flow into folk music of Koryo(高麗). Besides I looked around the song of 'Dong-Dong', the dance of 'Dong-Dong' and the instrumentation of 'Dong-Dong'. In consequence of that I derived following conclusions. ① Up to now 'Dong-Dong' has recognized as an onomatopoeic word of the sound of a drum. But I defined it as an expression of the motions. ② 'Dong-Dong' can't be restricted as a 'folk music entertainments' in Koryo. It was a composite art of songs and dances which was wide-spreaded in Mahan(馬韓) area. Henceforth it was incorporated into folk music of Koryo, and court music of Chosun(朝鮮). ③ The words of that song had influence on the various genres of music in after ages. ④ The dance of 'Dong-Dong' performed on A-Bak(牙拍) dances until the latter period of Chosun, but can't be initiated any more. ⑤ The music of 'Dong-Dong' was recorded in Daeakhoobo(大樂後譜), furthermore it was correlated to 'Jeong-Eup', while the use of these two musics are different.