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The Genealogic Status of Akbu(Nason version)

  • The Studies in Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Abbr : Korean Poetry and Culture
  • 2011, (27), pp.69-98
  • Publisher : The Society of Korean Poetry and Culture
  • Research Area : Humanities > Korean Language and Literature

Kwon Soonhoi 1

1한국교원대학교

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ABSTRACT

In this thesis, I rethought Akbu(Nason version)’s character through genealogical research. Akbu(Nason version) is an anthology that was recompiled of anthologies which are performed at the official banquet around Tongyoung in the 19th century. Akbu is composed of Geon(乾) and Gon(坤). Akbu(Geon) is a different version of the anthology, Heungbibu(興比賦) at the beginning of the 19th century. After I compared the organization and the characteristics of songs, I revealed the pieces in Gakjoeum(各調音) were significantly different. In this thesis, I found the reason from the different interpretations of Gakjoeum. Unlike Heungbibu, the compiler of Akbu(Nason version) reinterpreted Gakjoeum including Sijo besides Gagok. We could not grasp the inflow of Heungbibu into Tongyoung. However, it is obvious that Heungbibu was interesting to the compiler who was familiar with the banquet in Tongyoung. It was sufficient for them to draw interest because the anthology was well organized and big scale and had the new melodies. That is why the compiler transcribe Heungbibu, and then made Akbu(Geon). While the compiler was at it, he or she made Akbu(Gon) with anthologies in his or her possessions and his or her own songs at the banquet or performance. Akbu(Gon) includes 3 anthologies and dancing score(舞譜). These were compiler's possessions or performing at the official banquet or performance in Tongyoung. More than all, it is noticeable that Akbu(Gon) has the characteristics from the mid or late 18th century to the beginning 19th century. It is interesting thing that Akbu(Gon) includes sijoes which are the compiler and the putative giseangs exchanged. From this, we could grasp the compiler's personality and the aspects of communicating anthology in Tongyoung. While Akbu(Geon) has shown an universal substance and interest, Akbu(Gon) is a history of gagok's communication and performance in Tongyoung. Thus, Akbu(Nason version) included the interest in gagok of the time and the history of communicating gagok in Tongyoung.

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