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'중금.' Junggeum.

중금

중금은 한국음악에서 널리 사용되는 관악기이다, 대나무로 만들며 옆으로 부는 형태이다 왼쪽 어깨에 얹어서 연주하기 때문에 연주자는 고개를 왼쪽으로 틀어야 한다, 대금에는 있는 청공이 존재 하지 않은 상태로 전해지고 있으며, 지금은 거의 사용되지 않는 악기이다.

 

Junggeum

The junggeum (also spelled chunggum or chunggŭm) is a medium-sized bamboo transverse flute formerly used in traditional Korean music. Unlike the larger daegeum, it does not have a buzzing membrane (although it did have one in ancient times).[1] It was used in court, aristocratic, and folk music, but has largely died out, being rarely used today.

Other flutes in the same family include the daegeum and sogeum; the three together are known as samjuk (hangul: 삼죽; hanja: 三竹; literally "three bamboo"), as the three primary flutes of the Silla period.[2] Both of these are still used in traditional music as well as in contemporary classical music, popular music, and film scores.

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