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Mask Dance

Black String

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1
Seven Beats
Black String
11:16
2
Growth Ring
Black String
9:31
3
Mask Dance
Black String
6:56
4
Flowing, Floating
Black String
7:28
5
Song from Heaven
Black String
5:20
6
Dang, Dang, Dang
Black String
8:38
7
Strangeness Moon
Black String
6:08
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    55:17
The Korean ensemble Black String creates a unique musical language drawing on traditional music, jazz and free improvisation. From the ancient instruments of Korea, extraordinary and enigmatic modern sounds well up from silence and grasps the senses. A hard stick made from the kind of narrow bamboo that grows by the Korean seashore is used to pluck low-pitched strings made of twisted silk. The deep, beguiling tones that emerge from these completely natural materials could have been heard at any time since the seventh century, because Korean music has a continuous tradition far longer than Western music.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ACT Music and Vision Studio Masters

Recorded at Brickwall Sound, Seoul, Korea, June 30, 2016
Produced by Yoon Jeong Heo
Engineer: Hyomin Kang
Mixed on July 5 and 7 and mastered on July 9, 2016
Executive producer: Myung Kuk “Victor” Kye (HUB MUSIC Inc.)

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