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2001, Vol.8, No.8

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    A survey on the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」

    김 명 숙 | 2001, 8(8) | pp.33~58 | number of Cited : 4
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    A survey on the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」Myoung-sook Kim, D.S.Professor of Dance, Ewha Womans UniversityThis study is a research to find out the reenactment process of 「Choondaeokchok」 made in Soonjo Dynasty of Chosun, based on 『Jungjaemoodoholgi』 and 『Jinjakegwe』. 「Choondaeokchok」 is a beautuful court dance created by Hyomyungseja, which is danced on yoondae with bodeung. Lasting for 500 years, the court dance, which was in danger of disappearing, began to be transmitted when The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts in 1951. After that, a full-scale reenactment work was performed by Kim Chon-heung and Lee Heung-goo in The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts, and finally almost all the court dance composed of about 50 kinds was reenacted.But holgi was not found and only the name of it has been transmitted and then holgi was finally found at Jangseogak in the The Academy of Korean Studies and in 1997 the reenactment of 「Choondaeokchok」 was possible.This study is to observe the historical backgroud of Soonjo Dunasty and to make clear the reenactment process of yoondae, bodeung, jibdang, clothes, dance formation process, etc, based on 『Jungjaemoodoholgi』 and 『Jinjakegwe』 and grounded on jungjaedo, jungjaeakjang, gongryung and akgido, etc.「Choondaeokchok」 reenacted in 1997 is valued as a beautuful court dance faithful to the original version and added beauty of art. In the procss of reenactment, changsa, yoondae, bodeung, clothes are perfect because of enough data, but in dance formation process, because of insufficient data, something such as dance figure and formation is more or less changed and added.Finally beyond the quantitative development of reenactment of about 50 kinds of court dances by The National Center For Korean Traditional Performing Arts. I hope the more qualitative court dance study will done for the future.
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    The semiotic analysis of dance-theater 「Mrs. Dommy」

    민 성 희 | 2001, 8(8) | pp.95~119 | number of Cited : 1
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    The semiotic analysis of dance-theater 「Mrs. Dommy」 Sung-hee MinPh. D. Student Pusan National UniversityLecturer Department of Dance, Gyeong-hee UniversityThis study analyzes a dance specific field and a narrative field as the subject of semiotic analysis in the dance-theater 「Mrs. Dommy」 choreographed by Song Beom.As a analysis methodology, first, it should be to divide and analyze the paradigmatic factor of dance as binary-opposition. It makes clear meta-language illustrated from denotative meaning and connotative meaning. Second, there is an analysis of narrative structure in dance through chronical binary-opposition with the introduction of Great Syntagma Theory, semiotic methodology in other genre, cinema. In the multilateral analysis of semiotics, dance-theater 「Mrs Dommy」is forming a binary opposition, good and evil not only in paradigmatic factor of dance but also in narrative Great Syntagma structure, and is dealing with the problem of love and power through this structure.In the dance-theater 「Mrs. Dommy」, this Great Syntagma interpretation is the effective semiotic way to draw the whole meaning in the syntagma above the simple comparison of the paradigmatic factor.Therefore, it will shows that this analysis of the semiotic access can be applied as a effective analysis method of the dance performance text.
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    The Study on Dance Performance of the Seoljanggu: focused on the style of Yang, Do Il in Chungchong Province

    박 은 하 | 2001, 8(8) | pp.139~161 | number of Cited : 1
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    The Study on Dance Performance of the Seoljanggu: focused on the style of Yang, Do Il in Chungchong ProvincePark, Eun HaPh.D Candidate, Dance Major, Graduate School of Yongin Univ.The Seoljanggu is a Korean folk art which represents both the musical performance and the rhythmic dance in playing Janggu. The Seoljanggu makes us easily acknowledge the beauty of ?movement within tranquility? of Korean traditional arts.The studies on the Janggu, up to now, have been concentrating mainly on the overall Janggu performance, but there have been few independent researches on the Seoljanggu, particularly in the region of Chungcheong province.This paper covers the relationship of rhythm and movement of the Seoljanggu performance in the Chungcheong province, by recalling the apprenticeship from the late Yang, Do Il who was designated as a initiator of the Intangible Cultural Property No. 3.
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    Study onBackgrounds and Connections of Oral Tradition for Dance of Peace of Han Sung-Joon Style

    성 기 숙 | 2001, 8(8) | pp.163~189 | number of Cited : 4
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    Study on Backgrounds and Connections of Oral Tradition for Dance of Peace of Han Sung-Joon Style Sung Gi-sookLecturer in Sung Kyun Kwan UniversityThe achievements by Han Sung-joon, a father of the modern dance, are really important. Among them, it is the foremost that he created new ground in the traditional dance by staging and reorganizing nation- spread folk dances. Dance of Peace is one of traditional dances created in the courses. Existing views about the origin of Dance of Peace are those from shamanistic dance, court dance and Jaeinchung(the Agency of Entertainment and Performance) in the end of the Choseon Dynasty. These 3 views are mixed and combined in his Dance of Peace. His Dance of Peace, which is included in a vein of traditional dances of Gyonggi style, is handed down in dualization as Gang Sun-young style and Han Young-suk style in the period of his pupils. Dance of Peace, which was a 2-persons dance created under the rule of Japanese imperialism, is now a solo dance. Specially, as Gang Sun-young who received instruction of Dance of Peace at Han Sung-joon?s feet was selected as an intangible cultural asset No.92, she is closer to this dance in tradition. In 1990s, Han Sung-joon - Gang Sun-young?s Dance of Peace holds many pupils and shows quantitative expansion from generation to generation. Specially, it is characterized by a fact that an accompanist of Dance of Peace is selected as the successor, and it is positively evaluated in terms of desirably connecting a vein of complex and unintelligible rhythm of Dance of Peace, which is based on the Gyonggido Exorcism.
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    A study on the eating behaviors of female Korean dancers in college

    Lee,Kyung-Ho | yun, shin-jung | 2001, 8(8) | pp.191~215 | number of Cited : 3
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    A study on the eating behaviors of female Korean dancers in collegeKyung Ho Lee, Shin Jung YunChonbuk National University, Jeonju UniversityThis study was to present the most diet protocol for effective performance and also to elucidate eating behaviors before and after performance in female Korean dancers. Fifteen female Korean dancers and fifteen non-dancers were chosen as subjects in this study. Weekday energy consumption and intake, Weekly energy consumption and intake, energy consumption and intake on performance day was tested in these groups. As a result of experiments, Weekday energy consumption of Korean dancers was consumed more than non-dancers. Also weekend energy consumption and weekday energy consumption and intake of non-dancers were consumed more than female Korean dancers in college. Energy intake on performance day of female Korean dancers was consumed more than weekday and weekend intake, because this was energy intake after performance. Nutritional deficiency in female Korean dancers was calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, vitamin B2, and niacin in weekday, protein, calcium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, vitamin B2 and niacin in weekend, and calcium, vitamin A, and niacin in performance day. Specially, energy consumption in female Korean dancers was significant difference every performance, and gave rise to problem beverage, eating frequent, eating timing, eating content, life style and liking foods on performance day. These results suggest that eating behaviors and life style female Korean dancers in college should have improved to maintain low weight and sylphlike body. And also special attention should be given to these diet protocol and life style to perform with best condition, to prevent injuries, and to prolong dancer?s lifetime. therefore, it was obvious that the detailed diet protocol for dancers should be experimented.
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    Interpretation of Dance by the Theory of Changju

    Chung Yoon Chang | 2001, 8(8) | pp.217~231 | number of Cited : 1
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    Interpretation of Dance by the Theory of ChangjuChang, Chung YoonProfessor of Dong-A University, Dance DepartmentDancing is considered as Do according to Changju. The principle of modern dance technique such as contraction and release by Martha Graham, fall and recovery by Doris Humphrey, seperation and integration by Merce Cunningham and centripetal force by Isadora Duncan, is also considered as Do. Breathing method executed for the Doga?s physical training has similar points to the modern dance technique. Breathing is the center of human body. It is fundamental in practicing the body. There exists body in the center of Do, the integral state of mind with body, even though the body is the source of physical practice.This study first of all focused on the comprehension of the text by Kwak, Kyung Ban in order to clarify the meaning of sentences intended by Changju. Based on the incarnated experience as a dancer, this paper interpretes dance in accordance with the ideas by Changju.In conclusion this paper discusses the way of technical mastering and the process of Do as the ?unity of object and subject?, ?incarnated technique?, ?mental absorption? and ?dancing mind itself?. Dancing without dancer?s consciousness or intention is considered to be the natural and to be close to the state of Do.