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The Four Musical Types of Buddhist Chant in Korea

  • Man-Young Hahn

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Buddhist chant, pŏmp'ae, 梵唄 is one of the three great vocal genres of Korean music, the others being kagok (classical song) and p'ansori (dramatic, narrative song). Normally, it is sung only at Buddhist temples during the performance of established rites.

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1. Hye-ku, Lee 1957: “Buddhist Chants in Silla Dynasty,” Studies in Korean Music (Seoul: Kukmin ŭmak yŏnguhoe), pp. 251291.

2. Man-young, Hahn 1967: “Melodic Patterns in Hossori in Buddhist Chant of Korea,” Journal of the Korean Buddhist Research Institute, No. 5 (Seoul: Dongguk University), pp. 215237.

3. 1969 : “Chissori and Hossori in Buddhist Chant of Korea,” Essays in Ethnomusicology: A Birthday Offering for Dr. Lee Hye-ku (Seoul: Korean Musicological Society), pp. 267290.

4. 1971 : “Hŏdŏlpum. an interlude and prelude in Chissori,” Journal of the Korean Musicological Society (Korean Musicological Society) Vol. 1, pp. 4862.

5. 1975 : “The Restoration of Tongŭmjip—based on the Printed Book of Pak Unwol—,” Journal of the Korean Musicological Society vol. 5 (Seoul: Korean Musicological Society).

6. 1977 : “Hwach'ŏng and Kosa-yŏmbul, a Buddhist and a Shamanistic narrative songs,” Articles on Asian Music: Festschrift for Dr. Chang Sa-hun (Seoul: Korean Musicological Society), pp. 189230.

7. 1970 : “Introduction to Buddhist Chant of Korea.” Sukŭm vol. 4 (Seoul: College of music, Sukmyong Woman's University), pp. 3038.

8. Moon Il-ji 1970 : “Study on the Butterfly Dance,” Master's Thesis (Seoul National University).

The Four Musical Types of Buddhist Chant in Korea

  • Man-Young Hahn

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