Here's the playlist from today's Sounds Imported show:
Jae Won Ihm |Frozen Winter
Red Sun & SamulNori|Kil-Kun-Ak
Chang Poo Ta Ryong(The Courtesan's Lament)
Shin Tan Ga-Chok Byuk Poo (New Short song--A ballad of chok byuk) Both From folkways Folk and Classical Music of Korea
Young Jae Kim|Mong Kum Po Ta Ryong
Young Jae Kim|Nilniriya
500 Years: Variation for 25 String Kayakum
Cha Jin Nong Poo Ga(Farmer's Song) - From folkways Folk and Classical Music of Korea
Seoul Saeul Kayagum Trio|Doraji Taryong
Seoul Saeul Kayagum Trio|Song for rice planting in Sang Ju:Three variations for Kayagum Trio
Kei Myon, Chung Ahk, Woo Cho (Boundary and surface, right music, In the key of woo) -from Folkways Folk and Classical Music of Korea
National Center for Korean Traditional Performing arts|Su Je Cheon Chapter 1
National Center for Korean Traditional Performing arts|Su Je Cheon Chapter 4
Han Pyung Sook, Jea Kyung Whang, Korean Folk Choir | Ariang
" | Nong-boo-gah
So Ihn Yoon|Gol Pae Ta Ryong
Manpa Jungshi ji Kok "The Calmness of Ten Thousand Waves"
Yun Sok Yoon|Komungo Mitdodri
Byung Ki Hwang | Kayakeum Sanjo
Byung Ki Hwang|Legend 2: Story
Byung Ki Hwang|1: Mystic
Byung Ki Hwang|2: Delightful
Byung Ki Hwang|3: Passionate
Byung Ki Hwang|4: Pathetic
Orchestra of the National Music Institute, Seoul, Kim Ki-su, Director|Korean Court Music (on lyrichord Discs Label)
You can hear the non-vinyl Korean ones again here.
More vinyl posts coming soon!
I also just found this awesome site that has a World Instrument Gallery explaining the construction and function of all different kinds of musical instruments from around the world. It has them all categorized by instrument type and has everything from a kora, to a koto, to a kyi zi all with pictures and explanation of how each instrument is played. Go scope it out!