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SERIES 1: DOCUMENTS

 

Subseries 1: Ceremonies General

Box 1, Folder 1

[Pak Se-chik] also Park Seh-jik or Pak Seh-jik or Pak Se-jik

 

Envelope 1. Correspondence between Dilling and Pak, in English

 

a. From Pak: May 14, 1994; July 5, 1994

 

b. To Pak: Oct. 15, 1989; Sept. 15, 1989; Sept. 23, 1989; May 15, 1990; July 13, 1991

 

Envelope 2. Transcript of interview and notes - Sept. 26, 1989

See 3:2: 1,2 (audio recordings), in English

 

Envelope 3. "Seoul Olympic Story" series by [Pak Se-chik] printed in the Chosôn Daily Newspaper

Scope and Content Note

Copies of some articles and translations into English: Nov. 4, 1989-Feb. 4, 1990
 

1. Notes

 

2. [Pak Se-chik] phone interview - August 16, 1993, in English

 

3. Kim Chông-min on Pak, in English

Box 1, Folder 2

[Kim Chông-gil]

 

1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 14, 1988, in Korean, translated into English

See 3:2:3 (audio recording)

 

2. Notes from the interview (10/14/88)

 

3. Transcript of interview (10/14/88), in Korean, translated into English

 

4. "Kim Chông-gil as Music Director" - part of the dissertation draft (?)

 

5. Fanfare for the Games of the XXIVth Olympiad - score

 

6. Fanfare for the 10th Asian Games Seoul 1986-2 copies of the score

 

7. Various notes

 

8. Kim's c.v., in English and in Korean

Box 1, Folder 3

[Kang Sôk-hûi] 1 - Interview - June 8, 1989 (also Kang Sukhi)

 

1. Transcript on the music sections of 6/8/89 interview, in English

 

2. Notes from interview

 

3. Transcript of interview 6/8/89, in Korean, translated into English

Box 1, Folder 4

[Kang Sôk-hûi] 2 - MBC Video: "Myôngjakûi Mudae" - June 13, 1989

See 2:2:23 (video recording)

 

1. Transcript of video in Korean and translation in English

Box 1, Folder 5

[Kang Sôk-hûi] 3 - Other

 

1. Kang's c.v.

 

2. 2 drafts of "Kang Sok-hui as Music Director"

 

3. Notes

 

4. Transcript of Interview with David Wessel on [Kang Sôk-hûi] - Dec. 8, 1989

See 3:2:4 (audio recording), in English

 

5. Information about CNMAT

 

6. Melodic analysis of "Prometheus Arrival"

 

7. German articles on [Kang Sôk-hûi], translated into English

 

8. Spectrogram analysis of Kang's Seoul Olympic '88 Music

 

9. Score of Kang's "Prometheus's Arrival for Torch 1988, Seoul"

See 3:2:34 (audio recording)

Box 1, Folder 6

[Pak Pôm-hun]

 

1. "[Pak Pôm-hun] useful info"

 

2. Text to "Saepyôk kil"

 

3. Transcript of interview - Oct. 8, 1988, in Korean and English

 

4. "Outline: Passage at Dawn" - [Pak Pôm-hun] and "Sepyôk kil"

 

5. Full translation into English of transcript of interview 10/8/88

 

6. Notes on [Pak Pôm-hun] and "Saepyôk kil"

 

7. Pak's c.v.

Box 1, Folder 7

[Ch'oe Tong-sôn]

 

1. "Ch'oe Tong-sôn useful info"

 

2. Notes on "Ch'ôn chi in" [Heaven, earth, man]

 

3. Transcript of interview - Oct. 12, 1988, in Korean, translated into English

 

4. More notes

Box 1, Folder 8

[Kim Kyông-sik]

 

1. Notes

 

2. Transcript of interview - Oct. 11, 1988, in Korean

 

3. Translation of the transcript 10/11/88 into English

 

4. Notes on/for interview

 

5. Transcript of interview - May 13, 1989, translated into English

Scope and Content Note

Interview later joined by Ch'oe Ch'i-sông
 

6. Notes on interview- 5/13/89

Box 1, Folder 9

[Kim Hûi-cho]

 

1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 13, 1988, in English

 

2. Transcript of interview 10/13/88, in Korean, translated into English

 

3. Notes from interview 10/13/88

 

4. Translation of transcript of interview - Oct. 7, 1989, in English

 

5. Transcript of interview 10/7/89, in Korean

 

6. Notes from interview 10/7/89

 

7. Various notes on Kim and his music

 

8. Letter to Kim

 

9. Part of draft of dissertation

Also see 1:1: 1-10, "To Add" (documents) for another interview with Kim (9/5/91)

Box 1, Folder 10

"To Add"

 

1. Transcripts of interview with [Yi Ki-ha] - August 21, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

 

2. Transcripts of interview with [Kim Hûi-cho] - Sept. 5, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

See 3:2:7, side B (audio recording)

 

3. Article in Korean, translated into English: "Samaranchi is the likeliest winner... The majority of the recommender recommended him." Korean Daily News, No. 12920. Wednesday, Aug. 15, 1990, p. 10B.

 

4. Copy of Umak tonga, (December 1988, pgs. 65-77), article translated into English

See 1:1: 2-12, "Notebook of Translations" (documents).

Box 1, Folder 11

[Ch'oe Ch'ang-kwôn]

 

1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 11, 1989, in Korean, translated into English

 

2. Translation of transcript into English of interview 10/11/89

 

3. Ch'oe's c.v., in Korean and English

 

4. Notes dated Oct. 6, 1989

 

5. Yi Po-hyông. "Musical Study on Arirang." Korea Journal28/7 (1988): 35,47, 52-58.

Box 1, Folder 12

[Hwang, Pyông-ki], also Hwang Byong-ki

 

1. Various notes, including notes on "Pyôkûl nômôsô" (Beyond the Barrier) and interviews-7/14/99, 6/12/89

See 3:2:25 (audio recording)

 

2. Transcript of interview, "Follow up interview on Olympic: Kagok"

See 3:2:5 (audio recording), in English

 

3. Hwang's c.v., in English

 

4. Notes on article by Hwang, "Some Notes on Korean Music and Aspects of its Aesthetics," World of Music27/2 (1985): 32-48.

 

5. Cho Young-hye. "Unification, Long & Winding Road: Prof. Hwang." Newsreview(November 24, 1990): 33.

 

6. "December - Month of Pansori Master Shin J.H." Newsreview (December 8, 1990): 27.

 

7. "P'yang to Join Unification Concert in Seoul Dec. 9-10." Newsreview(December 8, 1990): 28.

 

8. "Changmoo Dance to Debut on Soviet Stage." Newsreview(December 8, 1990): 28.

 

9. "South, North Touch through Music." Newsreview(December 15, 1990): 26.

 

10. "S-N Music Fest Shows Same Nat'l Pathos." Newsreview(December 15, 1990): 27.

 

11. "Editorial Comments - S-N Music Fest." Newsreview(December 15, 1990): 34.

 

12. "'88 Seoul Art Troupe Goes on with Public Support of KBA." Newsreview(January 5, 1991): 31.

 

13. "Hwang B.K. as Artist of Year by Critics." Newsreview(January 5, 1991): 32.

 

14. Flyer for Hwang's recital, "Hwang Pyông-ki, Kayagûm ûi pam." February 21, 1988.

 

Envelope 1. [T'aekwôndo - Kim Ûn-yong]

 

a. "SLOOC Disbanded After 7 Yrs., 5 Months." Newsreview (April 8, 1989): 24.

 

b. "IOC Member Kim Stresses Upkeep of Seoul Games Legacy." Newsreview(April 8, 1989): 24-25.

 

c. Korean article on Kim Ûn-yong (no citation)

 

d. Transcript of interview - June 5, 1989

See 3:2:6 (audio recording), in English

 

e. Notes from interview 6/5/89

 

f. WTF Taekwondo9/1 (Spring, 1989), The World Taekwondo Federation, Seoul.

 

g. Kukkiwon News, Newsletter No. 1 (January 1989).

 

h. Notes on Taekwondo and "Pyôkûl Nômôsô" (Beyond the Barriers)

 

i. Interview with Min Kyông-ho (Ken) - August 8, 1989, in English

Box 1, Folder 13

[Chang Ik-hwan]

 

1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 3, 1989, in Korean, translated into English

 

2. Summary of interview, in English

Box 1, Folder 14

[Yi Chong-gu]

 

1. Various notes [Yi Chong-gu] and his music

 

2. Yi's c.v., in English

 

3. Transcript of interview - Oct. 11, 1988, in Korean, translated into English

 

4. Notes from the interview 10/11/88

 

5. Transcripts of interview - Sept. 5, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

See 3:2:7, Side A (audio recording)

Box 1, Folder 15

[Yi Kôn-yong] or Lee Geon-yong

 

1. Transcript of interview - Sept. 19, 1989, in English

 

2. Lee, Geon-yong. "For the Discussion of Korean Music." Korea Journal24/2 (1984): 17-26.

 

3. Notes on Yi and his music

 

4. "Excerpts from interviews I: 10/11/88 II: 9/19/89", in English

 

5. Yi's c.v., in Korean and English

Box 1, Folder 16

[Kim Kwan-sik]

 

1. Translation of article into English: Ch'oe Yôn-sik. "Han pat kol ûi Kim Kwan-sik" [Kim Kwan-sik of Han pat kol]. Wôlgan Hansarang(October 1989): 122-28.

 

2. Korean article and translation into English: Pak Se-chik. "Dragon Drum Made at an Individual's Expense without Previous Consultation." Chosôn Daily Newspaper.Nov. 16, 1989, p. 4.

 

3. Notes

 

4. Transcript of interview - Sept. 9, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

 

5. Ch'oe Re-ok. "Iwangimyôn môtit'ke hûngkyôbge sallira." Wôlgan Hansarang(October 1989): 119-20.

 

6. Ch'oe Yôn-sik. "Han pat kol ûi Kim Kwan-sik" [Kim Kwan-sik of Han pat kol]. Wôlgan Hansarang(October 1989): 122-28.

 

7. Cho Yong-hun. "Muôti kachang sochunghanga." Wôlgan Hansarang(April 1990): 12-13.

 

8. Pak Se-chik. "Sarangûi Ssal nanuki undongbonbuchang" Wôlgan Hansarang(April 1990): 14.

 

9. "Seoul Olympic ûi kwasil ûl saenggak handa." Wôlgan Hansarang(August/ September 1990): 70-71.

Box 1, Folder 17

[Pak Yong-gu]

 

1. Various notes from interviews etc.

 

2. Korean article on [Pak Yong-gu] in Tonga Daily Newspaper, January 13, 1991, with English translation

 

3. Transcript of interview - August 21, 1991, in Korean

 

4. Translation of interview and notes 8/21/91, in English

 

5. Transcript of interview - Oct. 11, 1989, in Korean

See 3:2:8 (audio recording)

 

6. Translation of interview and notes 10/11/89, in English

 

7. Transcript of interview - Dec. 4, 1989, in Korean, translated into English

 

8. Pak Yong-gu. "The Role of Cultural Olympics and Broadcasting." Olympics and Broadcasting. The 8th Broadcasting Seminar, Oct. 29-31, 1987 (in Korean).

 

9. Translation of Olympics and Broadcasting article into English.

 

10. Letter to Pak - April 15, 1990, in Korean

 

11. Article by Chông Yang-mo, in Korean

Box 1, Folder 18

People involved with Asian Games '86 and '88 Seoul Olympics

 

Envelope 1. [Kim Ch'i-kon]

 

a. "Useful info" from interviews: 9/16/89 and 9/23/89

 

b. Notes from interviews

 

c. Transcript of interview - Sept. 23, 1989, in English

See 3:2:9 (audio recording)

 

Envelope 2. [Yi Kang-suk]

 

a. Notes from interview - June 8, 1989

 

b. "Music Critic Lee K.S. to Sponsor Series of Recitals." Newsreview(Dec. 30, 1989): 32.

 

c. "Art Troupe's U.S. Tour Dedicated to Korean Relics." Newsreview(May 12, 1990): 28.

 

d. "Park Smashes Wall between Pop, Classical Music." Newsreview(May 12, 1990): 28.

 

e. "Musicologist Brings Native Tunes to Public." Newsreview(May 12, 1990): 28.

 

Envelope 3. [Yi Ki-ha]

 

a. "Distillation" of interview 10/3/89, in English

 

b. Letter to Yi - April 11, 1990, in English

 

c. Letter to Yi - dated April 20, 1990, in Korean

 

d. Notes from interview

 

e. Transcript of interview - Oct. 3, 1989, in Korean

See 3:2:10 (audio recording)

Box 1, Folder 19

[P'yo Chae-sun] or Pyo Chae-sun or Pyo Jae-sun

 

1. Newspaper and magazine articles on [P'yo Chae-sun], September 17, 1988 and date not available, in Korean.

 

2. Notes for and from interview

 

3. Transcript of interview - Sept. 11, 1991, in English

 

4. Letter from Shinim Pyo Jun, in English

Box 1, Folder 20

[Yi Sang-man]

 

1. Transcript of interview - June 8, 1989, in English

See 3:2:11 (audio recording)

 

2. Notes from interview

 

3. Translation of an article by [Yi Sang-man] into English

Scope and Content Note

Yi Sang-man. "The Olympic Cultural Movement's Art Work Creation Character." Umak Pang (1986): 98-124.
 

4. Yi's c.v., in Korean and English

 

5. Letter to Yi - July 13, 1991

Box 1, Folder 21

[Ch'oe Chông-ho] or Choe Chungho

 

1. Transcript of interview - August 24, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

 

2. Notes

 

3. Ch'oe's c.v., in Korean

 

4. Bibliography of Ch'oe's works, in Korean

 

5. Copy of the "Preface" and the "Bibliography" of [Ch'oe Chông-ho]. Theatrum Mundi. Seoul: Iljisa, 1976.

 

6. Copy of the "Table of Contents" and the "Preface" of [Ch'oe Chông-ho]. Abôchi Tokchaecha [Father, the autocrat]. Seoul: Tosôch'ulp'an, 1987.

 

7. Translation of unidentified source.

Box 1, Folder 22

[Kim Mun-hwan] or Kim Moon-hwan

 

1. Letters to [Kim Mun-hwan] - May 11, 1990; July 9, 1991

 

2. Various notes

 

Envelope 1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 12, 1988, in English

See 3:2:12 (audio recording)

 

3. Draft, copy of the published work, and translation into English of Kim's article: Kim Mun-hwan. "The Aesthetic Character of the Opening-Closing Ceremonies." Che 2 pu: Seoul Olympic munhwa yesul ch'ukchôn haengsaka namgin kôt. p. 261-73.

 

Envelope 2. Kim Mun-hwan. "The Harmony between Cultural Uniqueness and Universality: The Case of the Seoul Olympics." Paper delivered at The Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference. Seoul. September 12-16, 1989, in English.

 

4. Transcript of interview - July 21, 1994, in English

Box 1, Folder 23

[Han Yang-sun] or Han Yang Soon

 

1. [Han Yang-sun's] c.v., in English

 

2. Transcript of interview - August 24, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

 

3. Notes

Box 1, Folder 24

[Han Man-yông] or Han Man-young or Han Man Yông

 

Envelope 1. "Han Man-yông 9/11/91 synthesis," in English

 

Envelope 2. "Han Man-yông -- Concordance of usable items, in English

 

1. Notes and transcripts of the following interviews, in English:

 

- September 29, 1988; October 8, 1988

See 3:2:13 (audio recording)

 

- October 4, 1988

See 3:2:14 (audio recording)

 

- May 8, 1989

See 3:2:15 (audio recording)

 

- May 21, 1989

See 3:2:16 (audio recording)

 

- September 19, 1989

See 3:2:17 (audio recording)

Also see 3:2:5 (audio recording) for "Casual visit on cultural asset system"

 

2. Han Man-young. "The Rise and Development of Chôngak, the Music of the Middle Class." Korean Art in the Eighteenth Century - An International Symposium at Asia Society, New York, February 10-12, 1989.

 

3. Various notes and memos

 

4. Letter to Han - July 9, 1991

Box 1, Folder 25

[Yi Ô-ryông] 1 or Yi Ô-yông

 

1. Notes on [Yi Ô-ryông's] talk: "Koreans in the World" - June 1992

Scope and Content Note

Scottish Rite Temple, Wilshire Blvd. Korean American School Association.

See 3:2:19 (audio recording)
 

2. Translation of interview - June 24, 1992, into English

 

3. Translation of interview - Sept. 9, 1991, into English

 

Envelope 1. Drafts

Box 1, Folder 26

[Yi Ô-ryông] 2 or Yi Ô-yông

 

1. Various notes on interviews and for papers

 

2. Translation of interview - June 24, 1992, into English

 

3. Transcript of interview - Sept. 9, 1991, in Korean, translated into English

Box 1, Folder 27

[Yi Ô-ryông] 3 or Yi Ô-yông

 

1. Correspondence

 

2. Various Korean newspaper articles on Yi - some translated into English

 

3. Various notes

 

4. "Bricolage"

 

5. Drafts

 

6. Abstract and paper for First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28-August 1, 1992. "'Seoul to the World:' After Words to the Olympic Ceremonies"

Box 2, Folder 1

"Asian Games"

 

1. Notes on the video of the Opening Ceremony

See 2:1:1 (video)

 

2. Notes on the video of the Closing Ceremony

See 2:1:2 (video)

 

3. More notes on the Opening Ceremony

Box 2, Folder 2

"'88 Seoul International Cultural Olympics Events Proposal"

Scope and Content Note

In Korean, p. 10 translated into English.
Box 2, Folder 3

"International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" ('88 Seoul Olympics)

 

Envelope 1. Field notes for the Olympic Torch greeting ceremonies

See 2:2: 9-15, 32-40 (videos) and 3:2:33 (audio recording)

 

1. "Performance schedule" and "List of Participating Groups for '88 Seoul International Folklore Festival," in Korean and in English.

 

2. "Preview of '88 Seoul Int'l Folklore Festival" in English

 

3. Schedule of events for the International Folk Festival in conjunction with the Torch Festival - Suwôn, in Korean.

 

Envelope 2. Conseil International des Organisations de Festival de Folklore et d'Arts Traditionnels: Korean Committee for CIOFF - "Traditional Music and Dance in Folklore Festivals"

 

a. "Change and Innovation of Traditional Music and Dance in Folklore Festivals" and "Limitation of Choreographer's Role on Traditional Music and Dance in Folklore Festivals" by Virginia Rae Topitzes

 

b. "Change and Innovation of Traditional Music and Dance in Folklore Festivals" by [Han Man-yông] (or Hahn Man-young)

 

4. "Cultural Festival for Welcoming Olympic Flame of the '88 Seoul Olympics" Ûijôngbu-shi, in Korean and in English

 

Envelope 3. Articles from The Korea Times on the International Folklore Festival and the Olympic Torch Festival, in English.

 

5. Program notes for "Indonesian Dances for the International Folklore Festival" Seoul, September, 1988, in English.

Box 2, Folder 4

"International Folk Festival" cont.

 

1. Notes

 

2. "'86 Seoul International Folklore Festival" in Korean and in English

 

3. "'88 Seoul International Folklore Festival" in Korean and in English

 

4. "'86 Seoul International Folkloric Festival" (schedule of performances), in Korean

Box 2, Folder 5

"International Olympic Committee - Official Ceremony"

 

1. "Aekugga" by An Ik Tai.

Scope and Content Note

National Anthem for the Republic of Korea -piano score; lyrics in Korean, translated into English; notes
 

2. [No T'ae-u's] Opening Declaration for the Opening Ceremony, in Korean.

 

3. "Los Angeles Opening Ceremonies" - order of the program

 

4. "Seoul Opening Ceremony: Official Ceremony" - order of the program

 

5. Notes on the protocol of the official ceremony

 

6. "Notes for intro to Ch. VI: Ceremonial Music" [of dissertation]

 

7. Musical transcript of Taech'uit'a

 

8. Score for Muryông-jigok

 

9. Notes on Taech'uit'a and the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for Seoul and L.A.

 

10. "Exhibit in Memory of Architect Kim Swoo-geun." Newsreview, November 10, 1990.

 

11. Notes on the Entry of Athletes

 

12. "Hand in Hand" - Kim Mun-hwan's translation into English compared to the official translation

 

13. Park, Song-hyu. "Koreana to Plug Pepsi." Newsreview, April 15, 1989, in English.

 

14. Kinzer, Stephen. "'Wall' Tumbles Down Again." San Francisco Chronicle. n.d., p. F2.

 

15. Various notes on "Hand in Hand" and "We are the World"

 

16. Official translation of "Hand in Hand"

Scope and Content Note

Music by Giorgio Moroder, lyrics by Tom Whitlock
 

17. Words to "Reach Out and Touch" - Closing song for LA Olympic Opening Ceremony, official song (?)

Scope and Content Note

Made popular by Diana Ross, Sung by Vicky McClure
 

18. Melodic transcript of "Reach Out and Touch"

 

19. Words to "We are the World."

Scope and Content Note

Words and music by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie
 

20. MacAloon, John, "The Hour Had Struck" from This Great Symbol: Pierre de Coubertin and the origins of the modern Olympic Games, Ch. 5: The Olympic Idea. Chicago: University of Chicago Press (c1981): 138-53.

 

21. Articles on Korea in a Japanese magazine, in Japanese.

 

22. Zeigler, Mark. "Atlanta Tops Athens for '96 Games." The San Diego Union,Sept. 19, 1990, p. C1, C5.

 

23. Copy of the "Rules of the International Olympic Committee."

 

24. Associated Press. "New-look IOC Adjourns Historic 96th Meeting." Sept. 21, 1990.

 

25. Associated Press. "Iraq Ousted from Asian Olympics." The San Diego Union,Sept. 21, 1990.

 

26. Quindt, Fritz. "Atlanta Games Giving TV Execs a Case of Sticker Shock." The San Diego Union,Sept. 21, 1990, p. E5.

 

27. "Olympic Charter 1985." Published by the International Olympic Committee. Selected pages faxed to Dilling from MacAloon: "Fundamental Principles," p. 6-8; "The International Olympic Committee," p. 9, 30-34; "Bye-laws," p. 54-59.

Box 2, Folder 6

"Scenario"

 

1. "The 24th Seoul Olympics: Opening and Closing Ceremonies Scenario..." Report No. 2, February 2, 1987 (in Korean).

 

2. Seoul Olympics Planning Committee for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Report No. 1, December 5, 1986 (in Korean; for translation, see 1:1:2-12, "Notebook of Translations")

 

3. "Pak Yong-gu: Intention of the Work"

Scope and Content Note

From Report No. 2 (1987 February), in English.
Box 2, Folder 7

"Scenario" cont.

 

Envelope 1. "Scenario Texts"

 

a. Parts of Reports No. 1 and 2

 

b. "The 24th Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies Broadcasting Material" (Korean pamphlet, translation into English)

 

c. " 1987 script" in English.

 

d. "Asian Games Closing Ceremony" in English.

 

1. 10th Asian Games Seoul 1986 Opening Ceremony

Scope and Content Note

Opening Ceremony program notes for the Asian Games, in Korean and English.
 

2. "Asian Games ('86) - Closing Ceremony"

 

Envelope 2. "Kongsik bogosô"

Scope and Content Note

Official Report after the Seoul Asian Games, in Korean
 

3. "Synopsis in Report #1," translated into English

Box 2, Folder 8

"Scenario -> III"- 1986 December

 

1. Seoul Olympics Planning Committee for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Report No. 1, December 5, 1986 (in Korean, for translation, see 1:1:2-12, "Notebook of Translations").

 

2. Dilling's notes on the report itself and on the ceremonies

Box 2, Folder 9

"Scenario -> III"- 1987 February

 

1. "Harmony of Heaven, Earth, and Men Breaking Walls (Barriers)"

Scope and Content Note

Translation of Report No. 2, February 2, 1987 into English.
 

2. Notes

 

3. Translations of Report No. 2

 

4. "Chang Pyôgûl-hômulgo: 1987.2" (translated into English)

Scope and Content Note

24th Seoul Olympiad Op-Closing Ceremony Production Script
 

5. Chang Pyôgûl-hômulgo-24th Seoul Olympiad Op-Closing Ceremony Production Script, in Korean.

 

Envelope 1. "The 24th Seoul Olympics: Opening and Closing Ceremonies Scenario..." Report No. 2, February 2, 1987, in Korean.

 

Envelope 2. Chang Pyôgûl-hômulgo-24th Seoul Olympiad Op-Closing Ceremony Production Script, in Korean.

Box 2, Folder 10

"Scenario -> III"- 1987 April

 

1. " 1987 script" in English

 

2. " 1987, March" in English

 

3. "Pyôgûl nômôsô script ('87.3)"

Box 2, Folder 11

"Scenario -> III"- 1987 April

 

Envelope 1. "Pyôgûl nômôsô - The script for the 24th Seoul Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies" in Korean.

 

1. "Pyôgûl nômôsô script ('87.3.) SLOOC" translated into English.

 

2. "Script of the 24th Olympiad Closing Ceremony" translated into English.

 

3. "Footnotes" translated into English.

 

4. "Analysis of the Closing Ceremony Script factors" translated into English.

 

5. Notes

 

6. Pyôgûl nômôsô - The script for the 24th Seoul Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies" in Korean.

Box 2, Folder 12

Notebook of Translations

 

1. Seoul Olympic Committee for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, Report No. 1, December 5, 1986, into English.

 

1. Yi Tong-kyu (p. 1-13 of notebook)

 

2. Yi Ô-ryông (p. 15-21)

 

3. Ch'oi Chông-ho (p. 22-29)

 

4. Yi Kang-suk (p. 20-41)

 

2. Translations of Umakdonga article, Dec. 1988 (p. 42-53), into English.

Box 2, Folder 13

"Kaepye hwesik" [Opening and Closing Ceremonies]

 

1. "Seoul Olympic Pyehwesik" - Oct. 2, 1988; Oct. 3, 1988; October 9, 1988

 

2. "My notes while watching with [Kim Suk-hûi]" - Oct. 15, 1988

 

3. "Audiotape of Op Cer." - Sept. 17, 1877

See 3:2: 20, 21 (audio recordings)

 

4. "Kehoesik" - Oct. 9, 1988

See 3:2: 20,21 (audio recordings)

 

Envelope 1. "Rehearsals"

 

a. Invitation to the rehearsal for the 24th Seoul Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies (Sept. 8, 1988)

 

b. Press release for the rehearsal (June 30, 1988)

 

c. Notes from the Opening and Closing Ceremony rehearsals: June 30, 1988; Sept. 8, 1988

See 2:2: 4,5 (video)

 

Envelope 2. "Kepye Overview"

 

a. Notes: "Notes on ceremonies"; "Kehoesik - KBS Video"

See 2:2: 1-3 (video); "Kehoesik - Official audiotape" See 3:2:22,23 (audio recordings)

 

b. Other notes

 

5. "Drumming exhibition"

 

6. "Op Cer Score p. 199-212"

 

7. "Composers"

 

8. "Art and Function"

 

9. "Kamsachôl ch'ukche" - Kyôngdong Kyohoe"

 

10. Other notes

 

11. Composers and arrangers of music for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies

 

12. "Protest slogans after Olympics"

Box 2, Folder 14

"Yonggo Haengryôl and Hwagwanmu"

 

1. Transcript and melodic analysis of Hwagwanmu

 

2. Notes to Hwagwanmu

 

3. Program notes for "Che 3 hoe: Chungyo muhyông munhwajae 83 ho - Irihyangje chulp'ungryu palp'yo kongyôn." - July 9, 1988

Box 2, Folder 15

"So-wôn"

 

Envelope 1. [Yi Po-hyông]

 

a. Notes on [Yi Po-hyông's] "Musical Study on Arirang," Korea Journal28/7 (1988): 35-58.

 

b. "Composite info from [Yi Po-hyông] on Paetnorae used in Ttônanûnbae

 

c. "Yi Po-hyông on Salp'uri (from interview 6/10/89)"

 

d. "Synthesis"

 

e. Transcript of interview - June 10, 1989, in English

 

f. Transcript of interview with [Pak Hwan-yông] - June 9, 1989 See 3:2:31, 32 (audio recordings), in English.

 

g. Other notes

 

1. Notes

 

2. "Pomp'ijungnyu literal translation," into English.

 

3. Pomp'ijungnyu text and notes, text in Korean.

Box 2, Folder 16

"Hwa-hap"

 

1. Notes: "5-directions flags"

 

2. "[Pak Pyông-ch'ôn] on Konori" - Transcript of video interview - October 17, 1988, in English

 

3. Notes from interview - July 1988

 

4. "[Pak Pyông-ch'ôn] - as teacher of konori percussion teams"

 

5. Kang Seok-jae. "Taekwondo Popular in E. Europe." Newsreview, April 21, 1990, p. 25.

Box 2, Folder 17

"Hodori - Kim Hyôn"

 

1. Transcript of interview - Oct. 13?, in Korean, translated into English

 

2. Notes from interview- 10/13

 

3. "Tigers in Korean Folk Art" Sept. 14 -Oct. 5, 1988 (in Korean and English)

Scope and Content Note

Brochures for the National Folklore Museum
Box 2, Folder 18

"Ttônanûnbae"

 

1. Various notes

 

2. Transcript of interview with [Kim So-hûi] - Oct. 6, 1989, in Korean, translation in English.

 

3. Translation of interview transcript 10/6/89 into English

 

4. Notes from interview with [Yi Po-hyông] - Oct. 10, 1989

Box 2, Folder 19

"Evaluation"

 

1. "Evaluation" of music and dance of ceremonies by Korean scholars and art critics, in English.

Scope and Content Note

Held at Umak Dong-a offices, October 13, 1988 (week after closing ceremony)
Title caption: "Foundation of Wholistic Art"
 

2. Outline, notes of the official reports

 

3. Various notes

 

4. Evaluation of Cultural Festival, in Korean.

 

5. Copy of the "Symposium for Evaluation of the Olympic Cultural Festival" November 11, 12, 1988, in Korean.

 

Subfolder 1. " November 1988 Evaluation Conference"

 

a. Evaluation of the Olympic Arts Festival, Korean text with English translation.

 

b. Evaluation of the Musical Portion of the Olympic Arts Festival, Korean text with English translation

 

c. Evaluation of the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Celebratory Cultural Events, Korean text with English translation

 

6. Notes: "John MacAloon" - September 16, 1989

 

7. Song Yo-In. "Beyond 1988," Korea Journal(January 1986): 69.

 

8. Heyman, Alan C. "'86 Asian Games Abound in Art Festivals," Korea Journal(December 1986): 51-55.

 

Subfolder 2. "Evaluation - [Kang Sin-p'yo]/[Yi Po-hyông]" or Kang Shin-P'yo

 

a. "Yi Po-hyong and Alan Heyman: Watching Opening/Closing ceremony video tapes with me" - October 15, 1988, in English.

 

b. "Kang Shin-P'yo - June 13, 1989" in English.

 

c. Transcript and notes of interview with [Kang Sin-p'yo]- 6/13/89, in English.

 

d. Transcript and notes of interview with [Yi Po-hyông] and Alan Heyman- 10/15/88, in English with some Korean.

 

e. Part of Report #4, in Korean.

Box 2, Folder 20

"Evaluation" cont. - "International Evaluation Committee Report"

 

1. "Summary of references to Opening-Closing Ceremonies in 'Report of the Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympics 1988'"

 

2. Excerpts of the "Report of the Evaluation Committee for The Seoul Olympics 1988" in English.

 

3. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympics (ECSO)" report by Professor John A. Lucas.

 

4. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympiad" report submitted by S. Jae Park

 

5. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympics" report submitted by W.E. (Hank) Tatarchuk

 

6. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympiad" report submitted by K. Min

 

7. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympiad" report submitted by A. Kirsch

 

8. "Evaluation Committee for the Seoul Olympiad" report submitted by Luc Niggli

Box 2, Folder 21

"CATR" (Ceremony Administration Team Reports)

 

1. "SLOOC Evaluation Report - Section 4 on Op/Closing Ceremonies," in Korean and translated into English.

 

Envelope 1. "SLOOC CATR Report #4"

 

a. 24th Olympiad Opening-Closing Ceremony Management Team: Report on the Results of the Activities of the Ceremony Administration Team , Volume 4, "Table of Contents," in Korean and English.

 

b. SLOOC Evaluation Report, "Introduction" by [Yi Ki-ha], in Korean and English.

 

c. SLOOC Evaluation Report, Vol. 4, Ch. 1, "Basic Organization," in Korean and English.

 

d. SLOOC Evaluation Report, Vol. 4, Ch. 2, "Production Activities," in Korean and English.

 

e. "Organizational Chart of the SLOOC," in Korean and English.

 

f. Various notes and outlines

 

Envelope 2. "Unyôngdan - Pokosô: translated sections"

 

a. "#4 Skydiving of Ch. 8, p. 276-77," in Korean and English.

 

b. "Op-Closing Ceremony Administration, Volume 4: Report of Results of Administration Activities, Ch. 8: Review and Evaluation" in English.

 

c. "CATR: Ch. 8: Overview and Evaluation," in English.

 

d. "The 24th Seoul Olympic Games: The Report on the Plan of the Opening and Closing Scenario," p. 267-73, in Korean and English.

 

e. "8. Recollection & Evaluation, p. 283, in Korean and English.

 

f. "CATR p. 282: #6: Op-Clos Ceremony Chorus Organization"

 

g. "CATR: Chapter 8: Recollection and Evaluation," in English.

 

h. "CATR #9: Ojak Bridge," p. 285-86, in English.

 

Envelope 3. SLOOC Evaluation #4

 

a. "SLOOC Evaluation #4: Hand in Hand," in Korean and English.

 

b. "Contract between SLOOC and Polygram," in Korean and English.

 

c. "Vol. #4: Unyôngdan kyôlgwa pogosô"

 

2. "CATR 6. Ceremony Management and Proceeding," in English.

 

3. Copy of parts of Report #4: Title page, p. 65-83 (Ceremonial music), 678-84 (Participants in the ceremony), in Korean.

Box 2, Folder 22

"Articles - related material not yet tapped," " Info - Olympic people - tangential"

 

1. Summary of the Song-do meeting, held to draft the events of the opening and closing ceremonies of the '88 Olympics (in Korean and English).

 

Envelope 1. First Anniversary Articles

 

a. Abstracts of articles in Wôlgan Han Sarang, "The Seoul Olympics in Retrospect," September 1989, in Korean and English.

 

b. "The Seoul Olympics in Retrospect" articles, p. 4-8, 61-92, in Korean.

 

c. Notes

 

2. Lee Kyong-hee. "Kim So-hi: Pansori is Special Music," Newsreview(July 27, 1991): 26-27.

 

3. Byun Eun-mi. "Opera Star Jo Su-mi Eagerly Awaited," Newsreview(July 27, 1991): 28.

 

4. Lee Kyong-hee. "Drum Makers Create Timeless Sounds," Newsreview(August 24, 1991): 26-27.

 

5. Yoon Kyoung-hee. "Pagoda Park Holds Tranquility, Fame," Newsreview(August 24, 1991): 28.

 

6. "Dance Community Jolted by College Exam Scandal," Newsreview(October 26, 1991): 31.

 

7. "New Blood in National Politics," Newsreview(February 8, 1992): 4-5.

 

8. Choe Sang-hun. "Party Harmony First," Newsreview(February 8, 1992): 6.

 

9. Lee Kyong-hee. "Dancing is Religion," Newsreview(March 21, 1992): 26-27.

 

10. Byun Eun-mi. "Leaping to Fame," Newsreview(March 21, 1992): 28.

Box 2, Folder 23

Korea Trip: Aug. -Sept. 1991

 

Envelope 1. Paper by Kim, Moon-hwan. "The Harmony Between Cultural Uniqueness and Universality: The Case of the Seoul Olympics"-20 leaves

 

1. "Report No. 1" - Seoul Olympics

Scope and Content Note

14 leaves, in Korean.
 

2. Notes about the Seoul Olympic Ceremony

 

3. Letter from Kim, Yong-uk - no date, Sept. 1991

 

4. Notes: "Nongak related musical terms"

Scope and Content Note

"Kodae -Korea Students' Association"
 

5. Nho, Joon-hun. "Test Ordeal, Traffic Hell Never Affect Zeal to Get Driving License." The Korea Times,August 25, 1991, p. 1.

 

6. "Population Influx Into Seoul Slows." The Korea Times,August 25, 1991, p. 1.

 

7. "Weekly Pictorial Highlights" from an unknown periodical, August 1991: "Ringing Bell on Liberation Day;" "Nuclear Bomb Victims;" "Finale for World Jamboree;" "High School Golf Competition;" "Taekwondo for Children," in English.

 

8. Information on the Sacred Heart community in Korea (?)

 

9. Letter to Elex Computer - Aug. 5, 1991

 

10. Fax from Jung Sup Kim, Business System Dept., Elex Computer, Inc. - Aug. 7, 1991.

 

11. Letter to the Korean Culture Committee (Linda Fogerson, Larry Krause, Kim Byung-mok, Kim Taekwon) - Aug. 27, 1991

 

12. Dilling bio as of September 1991, "given to Pak Se-jik at his request"

 

13. Lecture: "American Ethnomusicology Meets Nongak"

Scope and Content Note

Short biography
 

14. Notes dated Aug. 19, 1991 at Sôkangdae

 

15. Summary of phone interview with Suzanna Samstag - Sept. 12, 1991

 

16. "National holiday music project given by Pak Yô-ku - Aug.-Sept. 1991," in Korean.

 

17. "Color - p. 2, 55 'his favorite place' spectrum"

 

18. Spectrograph of Kang Sukhi's "Olympic Music '88"

 

19. Draft of a letter to the International Cultural Society of Korea - Aug. 28, 1991

 

Envelope 2. "Ch'oe Tong-sôn's activity"

Scope and Content Note

Information on P'ulch'orong Children's Choir, in Korean.

See 1:1:1-7, "Ch'oe Tong-sôn."
Box 2, Folder 24

Korea 1991 Notes

 

1. Table of contents for dissertation

 

2. Various notes for September 1991

 

3. Interview notes:

 

[Pak Se-chik]- 8/21, 9/1, 9/3, 9/6, 9/10, 9/14/91

 

[Han Man-yông]- 8/16/91

 

[Kim Mun-hwan]- 8/19/91

 

[Pak Yong-gu]- 9/11/91

 

[Kim Paek-pong]- 9/11/91

 

[O T'ae-sôk]- 9/14/91. See 3:2:26 (audio recording).

 

[P'yo Chae-sun]- 9/11/91

 

[Kim Kwan-sik]- 9/8-10/91

 

[Han Ho-ki]- 8/26/91

 

4. "Videos for other games"

See 2:6: 1, 13 (videos)

 

5. Transcript of interview with [Yuk Wan-sun] - Sept. 16, 1991, in English.

Box 2, Folder 25

Articles from Los Angeles Times on Korean politics - August 8, 1987-October 13, 1987

Box 2, Folder 26

Articles from LA Times cont. - October 14, 1987-December 25, 1987

Box 3, Folder 1

"Dissertation Content"

 

1. Various notes

 

2. Newcomb, Anthony. "Sound and Feeling." Critical Inquiry(June 1984): 614-43.

 

Subfolder 1. "Translators' Input - Korean Terms"

 

Subfolder 2. "Ways and Means"

 

3. Neuman, Daniel. "Towards an Ethnomusicology of Culture Change in Asia." Asian Music7/2 (1976): 1-5.

 

Subfolder 3. "Research Process and Details"

 

a. "Interview questions to composers" - Oct. 12-15, 1988

 

Envelope 1. "Korea Research: June 1988-July 31, Sept. 2-Oct. 17 - Ways and Means"

 

b. "Reference"

 

c. "Journal" - Oct. 4, 1989

 

d. Other notes

 

Subfolder 4. "Miscellaneous"

 

a. "[Yi Byông-won] dinner conversation" - Oct. 22, 1988 (also Byong-won Lee), in English.

 

b. "Sanggyedong - Sept. 15, 1988"

Box 3, Folder 2

"Dissertation Writing Journal: May -> 1990

Box 3, Folder 3

"Black and White Dissertation Pictures and Programs"

 

1. Copies of black and white pictures from dissertation

 

2. Copies of Seoul Olympics Opening and Closing Ceremonies Programs withdrawn. See Series 7, "Programs of Festivals."

 

Envelope 1. "Translated - Titlepages, Abstract"

Box 3, Folder 4

Dissertation Illustrations, Captions, etc.

 

1. Various notes, captions, table of contents, illustrations, musical examples for dissertation.

 

2. Letter to Bonnie Wade - April 8, 1991

 

3. Fax to and from Tony Newcomb - April 15, 1991; April 22, 1991

Box 3, Folder 5

Color and black and white copies of pictures and illustrations for dissertation.

Box 3, Folder 6

"Dissertation as Book"

 

1. Notes

 

2. Copies of Table of Contents of dissertation

 

3. "The Romanization of Korean According to the McCune-Reischauer System"

 

4. Copies of charts and illustrations from dissertation

 

5. E-mail from Bonnie Wade - April 27, 1996

Box 3, Folder 7

"SSS Paper - April 1990"

 

Envelope 1. Draft of "The Script, Sound, and Sense of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies."

 

Envelope 2. Proof of "The Familiar and the Foreign: Music as Medium of Exchange in the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies." Paper presented for the Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference - Toward One World Beyond All Barriers.

Box 3, Folder 8

Drafts of "The Script, Sound, and Sense of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies."

Box 3, Folder 9

Draft of "The Script, Sound, and Sense of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies" cont.

Box 3, Folder 10

"IOC Article"

 

1. Chart and musical examples: "Scenes, Composers, and Musical Types for Seoul Opening-Closing Ceremonies"

 

2. "Music in Official Olympic Ceremonies (2)"

Scope and Content Note

Chart comparing Los Angeles 1984, Seoul 1988, and Barcelona 1992 ceremonies
 

3. Chart: "Music in Official Opening Ceremonies -- in Practice and Theory"

 

4. Fax coverpage from Audrey deRoche to Sylvie Espagnac - August 16, 1996

 

5. Federal Express receipt - delivery of Mark Watters' sheet music - manuscript

 

6. Fax coverpage from Audrey deRoche - August 16, 1996

 

7. Musical examples

 

8. Paper: "Seoul Games" by Jae-hoon Sun

 

9. Correspondence from Sylvie Espagnac: March 15, 1996; March 19, 1996; April 2, 1996; April 5, 1996; July 3, 1996; August 16, 1996

 

10. Fax coverpage from Françoise Zweifel - July 3, 1996

 

11. Letters to Sylvie Espagnac - March 29, 1996; April 15, 1996; July 12, 1996; August 7, 1996; August 7, 1996; August 15, 1996; August 16, 1996.

 

12. Paper: "Music, Myth, Protocol and Precedents: From Athens to Atlanta, Los Angeles to Seoul." Invited article for the volume on the history of the Olympic Games through Music. International Olympic Committee, ed. Olympic Message. Lausanne: IOC, 1996.

 

13. Paper: "In Terms of Music: A 'Little Taste of Korea' at the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies."

Box 3, Folder 11

"Post-Olympics"

 

1. Letter to Marnie - n.d.

 

2. Postcard to MacAloon - May 10, 1991

Scope and Content Note

Reply from MacAloon on the same postcard -n.d.
 

3. Transcript of phone conversation with Robert Bellah - March 31, 1990

Scope and Content Note

RE: MacAloon editing
 

4. Handwritten Table of Contents for upcoming book, "The 1988 Seoul Olympics: Intercultural Perspectives."

 

5. Letter to MacAloon - April 2, 1990

 

6. "Script, Sound, and Sense: Notes on the "Revised Standard Version"

 

7. Transcript of phone conversation with MacAloon - April 8, 1990

 

8. More notes

 

9. Letter to MacAloon - April 23, 1990

 

10. Flyer announcing: The University of Chicago Club of San Diego presents

Scope and Content Note

Professor John MacAloon, The University of Chicago and the Olympic Games
Box 3, Folder 12

"Publications"

 

Envelope 1. "The Familiar and the Foreign: Music as Medium of Exchange in the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies"

 

1. "Kumdori in Taejon and Boston: The Life Cycle of Music by a Korean American - A musical composition created for the Taejon Expo by a Korean American challenges the boundaries of cultural ethnicity." Korean Culture 15/3 (1994): 14-25.

See 3:2: 27-30 (audio recording)

 

2. "A Cyclical Saga"

 

3. Review Essay: "The JVC Anthology - Korea 1 and 2." Asian Music(Spring/Summer 1993): 112-18.

 

5. "A Long Look at the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies"

 

6. Announcement of new appointments at The Department of Music at the University of California, San Diego

 

7. Notes

 

8. Letter to music department colleagues - April 23, 1994

 

9. Letter from Positions: east asia cultures critique

 

10. Memo from Dale Olsen - October 28, 1992

 

11. Memorandum from Dale A. Olsen - July 18, 1992; June 15, 1993; April 1, 1993;

 

12. "South Korea Makes a Sound Entry into the UN"

 

13. Letter to Terry - July 17

 

14. Korean newspaper article on February 23, 1988 colloquium, "Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form." Korea Central Daily, S.F., February 27, 1988.

 

15. Letter to Dale Olsen from Jeff Titon - March 20, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Memo from Dale Olsen -April
 

16. Letter to Dale Olsen - January 2, 1993; July 11, 1993

 

17. Letter from Jeff Titon - July 23, 1993

Box 3, Folder 13

Publications cont.

 

Subfolder 1. Samulnori CD for Review for Ethnomusicology.

 

a. Proof and drafts of Recording Reviews: Samulnori. 1986. Produced by Dentsu Inc. and Samulnori: Record of Changes. 1988. Produced by Bill Laswell and Jason Corsaro of CMP Records, New York. Ethnomusicology38/2 (1994): 373-76.

 

b. Notes on CD

 

Subfolder 2. Review of the Korean volumes of the JVC Video Anthology

 

a. Copy of the review from Asian Music(Spring/Summer 1993): 112-18.

 

b. Notes and draft

Box 3, Folder 14

"Papers on Olympics"

 

Envelope 1. " Samjae Sasang in Sound: From Water Music to Fire Music in the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies." Paper delivered at the Session "Cultural Analysis of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies" in the Korean section of the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies. April 5-8, 1990. Chicago.

 

Envelope 2. " A Song the World Never Heard: Music as Interpreter of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies." Paper delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology. Session: "Korean Music, Ritual and Politics." November 9-12, 1989, M.I.T., Cambridge, Massachusetts. See 2:17:3 (video).

 

Envelope 3. Yang, Jongsung. "The Politics of Performance: The Use of Korean Traditional Arts at the Seoul Olympic Games." Presented at the 34th Annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology. November 9-12, 1989. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

 

Envelope 4. Completed Version of SSS, SOC article.

Scope and Content Note

"The Familiar and the Foreign: Music as Interpreter at the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies." See 2:17:3 (video).
Box 3, Folder 15

"Papers on Olympics" cont.

 

Envelope 1. Toward One World Beyond All Barriers - The Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference. Sept. 12-16, 1989, Olympic Center, Hotel Shilla.

 

a. The program

 

b. Introduction to the Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference

Scope and Content Note

Outline of the conference
General Information
 

c. Letter from Heung-Soo Park

 

d. Coversheet for fax to Heung-Soo Park

 

e. "The Familiar and the Foreign: Music as Medium of Exchange at the Seoul Olympics" Paper delivered at the Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference, September 12-16, 1989. Subsession I: Cultural Exchange and Cultural Nationalism.

Scope and Content Note

Two outlines, abstract, and paper.
 

Envelope 2. "The Sound of the Games: Music for the 1996 Centennial Olympics"

 

Envelope 3. Various information

 

a. Frequently asked questions (and prepared responses)

 

b. Notes

 

c. Flyer - "An Evening of Korean Culture"

Scope and Content Note

Tuesday, April 30
 

d. Fullbright Korean-American Educational Commission announcing Dilling's paper: "A Song the World Never Heard: The Story Behind the Music of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies."

 

e. Dilling's abstract and bio for the Fullbright forum

 

Subfolder 1. "The Marathoner and the Turtle: Conflicting Narratives of South Korea at Taejon Expo `93"

Box 3, Folder 16

"Professional Business - Publications"

 

1. Various announcements and invitations from journals and publishers

 

2. "CKS Newsletter" - December 1992

 

3. Korean newspaper article on Program for Foreigners at Kungnip kukakwôn - Chosôn ilbo, July 28, 1993

 

4. Korean newspaper article on February 23, 1988 colloquium, "Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form." Korea Central Daily, S.F.,February 27, 1988

 

5. Korean newspaper article on colloquium on "Nong'ak," Korea Times S. F.,February 24, 1988

 

Subfolder 1. "Professional Correspondence"

 

a. Letter from Allen P. Cissell - March 9, 1988

 

b. Letter from Ricardo D. Trimillos - March 3, 1990

 

c. Letter from Donald N. Clark - September 15, 1989

 

d. Letter from Meng Chaomei to Eleanor Litter - February 2, 1991

 

e. Abstract - "South Korea Enters the U.N. with Strings, Winds, Drums, Gongs and a New Approach to its Traditional Music."

 

f. Abstract - "Stories Within Stories: Narrative Structures in Korean Cultural Performance"

 

g. Letter from Salem Press - July 1992

 

h. Letter from Regula Burckhardt Qureshi - May 20, 1992

 

i. Letter from Dae-Sook Suh - August 17, 1992

 

j. Letter from Daniel Kingman on The Sonneck Society for American Music- June 12, 1992

 

k. Flyer for Colloquium on Korean Folk Music: "Nong'ak: Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form" - February 23, 1988

 

l. Announcement - "Stories within Stories: Music in the Making of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies," Samseung Publishers, Seoul, Korea in progress.

 

m. Receipt from Asian Music

 

n. Notes

 

6. Letter from Joel Bradshaw - January 8, 1993

 

7. "Outline of 'afterwords' paper/article"

 

8. "'Seoul to the World:' After Words to the Olympic Ceremonies." Paper for the First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii - July 29-August 1, 1992.

 

9. "Copyright Fees Increase"

 

Subfolder 2. JVC Notes

Scope and Content Note

Notes on JVC Video Anthology of World Music and Dance, East Asia volume 1: Korea 1 and 2
 

10. "Folkline script for the week of October 19, 1992"

 

11. Paperwork for recording review for Ethnomusicology, "Samulnori/Samulnori Record of Changes"

 

12. Other notes

 

Subfolder 3. "Correspondence at articles at dissertation"

 

a. Bonnie Wade's address in Japan

 

b. "Addenda for the Printing of 'Script, Sound, and Sense...'"

 

c. Notes

 

d. Tentative Table of Contents for The 1988 Seoul Olympics: Intercultural Perspectives. John MacAloon, editor. University of Chicago Press, 1990.

 

e. Letter to [Han Man-yông] - February 28, 1990

 

f. Letter to Philip - March 18, 1990

 

13. "Research Grant Application" - March 24, 1992

Box 3, Folder 17

"Progress Ways and Means"

Scope and Content Note

Mostly "to do" lists and other notes
Box 3, Folder 18

"Theory"

 

1. Notes on "understanding across borders, boundaries: natural, phenomenal, constructed" - May 16, 1994

 

2. Brochure, "Call for Papers" for Research on Language and Social Interaction

Box 3, Folder 19

Papers by Others

 

1. "Dissidents' Perspective of the 1988 Seoul Olympics" by Craig Mulling

 

2. "The Resurrection of Rural Tradition in Modern Urban Korea: The Case of Songp'a Sandae Nori" by Don Baker

Box 3, Folder 20

Asian Contemporary Music Festival 1993

 

1. Asian Contemporary Music Festival 1993 -October 17-24, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Information and schedule of events
 

2. The 15th Asian Composer's League Festival/Conference - October 17-24, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Outline of the budget -February 1993
 

3. Proposed schedule for the `93 Asian Contemporary Music Festival - November 1992

 

4. Taejon Expo `93: Asian Contemporary Music Festival

Box 3, Folder 21

"U.S. Ceremonies"

 

1. Portions of the official reports of the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics

 

Envelope 1. 1932 Los Angeles Olympics - official reports

Scope and Content Note

Portions of the official reports of the 1932 Los Angeles Olympics
Box 3, Folder 22

Book notes related to Olympics or other ceremonies

 

1. "Narratology" by Gerald Prince

 

2. Martin, Wallace. Recent Theories of Narrative. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1986.

 

3. Harumi, Befu, editor. Cultural Nationalism in East Asia.

 

4. Hobsbawm, Eric and Terence Ranger, editors. The Invention of Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

 

5. Yi Tae-jin. "The Nature of Seoul's Modern Urban Development During the 18th and 19th Centuries." Korea Journal 35/3 (1995): 5-27.

 

6. Other notes.

 

Subfolder 1. When the Moon Waxes Red

Scope and Content Note

Minh-ha, Trinh T. When the Moon Waxes Red: Representation, Gender and Cultural Politics. New York: Routledge,
Chapter 4: "Outside In Inside Out" (p. 65-78); Chapter 11: "The World as Foreign Land" (p. 185-99); p. 95-95, 107-09.
Box 3, Folder 23

Book notes cont. and other notes

 

1. John J. MacAloon and Kang Shin-Pyo. "Uri Nara: Korean Nationalism, the Seoul Olympics, and Contemporary Anthropology." In Park Heung-Soo, ed. Toward One World Beyond All Barriers. Seoul: Seoul Olympiad Anniversary Conference, 1990. Vol. 1, pp. 117-59.

 

2. Notes on drafts

 

3. Alessandro Falassi, editor. Time Out of Time: Essays on the Festival. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1987.

 

4. Claude Lévi-Strauss. The Savage Mind. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1966.

 

5. Roland Barthes. Image, Music, Text. Essays selected and translated by Stephen Heath. New York: Hill and Wang, 1977.

 

6. Ernest Gellner. Nations and Nationalism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1983.

 

7. Notes and Copy of "Cultural Performance: Concept and Contexts" from the "Introduction" of Rite, Drama, Festival, Spectacle: Rehearsals Toward a Theory of Cultural Performance. Edited by John MacAloon. Philidelphia: Institute for the Studey of Human Issues, c. 1984.

Box 3, Folder 24

Musical Examples

 

1. [Hwang Pyông-ki]. "Pyôkûl nômôsô" (Beyond all barriers). `88 Olympics taekwondo music.

 

2. "Saeya saeya folk tune" - "Light of Genesis" scene

 

3. Kyemyôn in Sujech'ôn section of Fire Legend

 

4. Reference to opening of Sujech'ôn in Fire Legend

 

5. Part of [Kim Hûi-cho's] "Kangsanje"

 

Envelope 1. Score of an unknown piece.

Box 3, Folder 25

Miscellaneous

 

1. Postcard from Yoshiko - June 12, 1988

 

2. Korean newspaper article on [Yi Ô-ryông] - Kungmin ilbo, No. 827, August 21, 1991, p. 17,18.

 

3. Korean newspaper articles on Samullori

 

- Tongyang ilbo, February 11, 1988, p. 6.

 

- Hanguk ilbo, No. 12199, June 19, 1988, p. 13.

 

4. "Folk Arts of Korea"

 

5. "U.S. Olympic Festival: Los Angeles-1991" Los Angeles Times, Special Report, July 10, 1991.

 

6. Notes on Ministry of Culture and Information

 

7. Abstract for Association for Asian Studies meeting, March 1993: "Creating Tradition: Korean Cultural Performance from Seoul Olympic to Taejon Expo."

Box 18, Folder 1

Barcelona

 

1. Copy of the score of Amigos Para Siempre [Friends for Life], Official theme of the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games.

Scope and Content Note

Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, lyrics by Don Black, arranged by Mac Huff
Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1992.
 

2. "The Records for the Ceremonies"

Scope and Content Note

Some facts and figures of the 1992 Olympic Games
 

3. Various articles from the special Olympics section of the Los Angeles Times - San Diego County, dated July 26, 1992.

 

4. "Hwang Young-cho Wins Marathon." Newsreview,August 15, 1992.

 

5. Shahin, Jim. "A Masterpiece Unfinished." American Way,July 15, 1992.

 

6. Pareles, Jon. "Rhythm of the Season." American Way,July 15, 1992.

 

7. Various articles from the special Olympics section of the Los Angeles Times - San Diego County, dated August 10, 1992.

 

8. Hand written notes.

 

9. TV Olympic coverage - Squaw Valley. Los Angeles Times,Feb. 9, 1992.

Box 18, Folder 2

"Games of the XXVI Olympiad: 19th July to 4th August 1996 - Press Review."

Scope and Content Note

Compilation of various review articles dated from July 19-21 of the Atlantic Olympics, compiled by the Comité International Olympique.
Box 18, Folder 3

"Interviews/Workups"

 

1. Transcript of interview with Mickey Hart - Oct. 4, 1996

See 3:1:1, Side 2 (audio recording)

 

2. Letter to Harold Wheeler - August 13, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Lead up to phone interview

See 1:1:18-5, "Atlanta Composers -transcribed interviews" (document)
 

3. Handwritten notes from various phone interviews

 

4. Letter to José Behar (and Gabby) - Sept. 10, 1996

 

5. Letter to Michael Kamen - August 17, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Lead up to phone interview

See 1:1:18-5, "Atlanta Composers -transcribed interviews" (document) and 3:1:2 (audio recording)
Notes from phone interview attached
Box 18, Folder 4

"Comminications - Ways and Means"

 

1. Various pieces of papers with names, numbers, addresses, etc.

 

2. Letter to Lee Grant, Arts & Entertainment Editor, San Diego Union - July 5, 1996

 

3. Letter to Honour Fleming, President of Atlanta AASH - July 9, 1996

 

4. Letter to Susan Freudenheim, Calendar Editor, Los Angeles Times - July 5, 1996

 

5. Fax from Françoise Zweifel, International Olympic Committee Secretary General - July 3, 1996

 

6. "International Chair in Olympism:

Scope and Content Note

1995, first year of activities
1996, work in progress"
 

7. Letter from John MacAloon to Miquel?

 

8. List of "Olympic Opening Ceremonies: Cultural Information and Resource Team"

Scope and Content Note

As of July 9, 1996
 

9. AASH Roster 1995-1996

 

10. Folder with various articles about the Olympic CD's

 

11. Letter to William Guegold - August 1996

 

12. E-mail from William K. Guegold - August 16, 1996

 

13. Letter to Ted Levin - September 13, 1996

 

14. Fax to Ted Levin - November 8, 1996

 

15. Fax to Lauie Olsen - August 3, 1996; August 7, 1996; August 16, 1996

 

16. Fax to Francoise Zweifel - n.d.

 

17. Letter to Sherman - July 15, 1996

 

18. Letter to the editors of The Reader - July 10, 1996

 

19. Letter to Don Mischer - October 4, 1996

 

20. Fax to Don Mischer with article for the IOC Olympic Review, "The Musical Games of Atlanta" - September 9, 1996.

Box 18, Folder 5

"Atlanta composers - transcribed interviews"

 

1. Letter to Mickey Hart leading up to interview - August 8, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Notes from interview
Transcript of interview -October 4, 1996.

See 3:1:1 (audio recording)
 

2. Transcript of interview with Michael Kamen - August 30, 1996.

See 3:1:2 (audio recording)

 

3. Letter to Basil Poledouris leading up to interview - August 17, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Notes from interview dated Sept. 3, 1996
Transcript of interviews -August 21, 1996 and Sept. 3, 1996

See 3:1:8, Side B (audio recording)
 

4. Letter to Stephen James Taylor - August 15, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Notes from interview
Transcript of interview -Sept. 3, 1996

See 3:1:3 (audio recording)
Fax of Taylor's bio and composer credits
 

5. Letter to Mark Watters, music director and composer - July 26, 1996

Scope and Content Note

Notes/transcript of interview, dated August 8, 1996
Transcript of interview -August 7, 1996. See 3:1:4 (audio recording).
Transcript of interview -August 9, 1996. See 3:1:5 (audio recording).
 

6. Questions for Harold Wheeler

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview -August 14, 1996.

See 3:1:6 (audio recording).
Box 18, Folder 6

"Atlanta interviews - non-composers"

 

1. Transcript of the NBC broadcast of the Atlanta Closing Ceremony

 

2. Transcript of the Atlanta Ceremonies press conference - July 18, 1996, International Press Center, Williams St. Atlanta.

See 3:1:7 (audio recording)

 

3. Notes/transcript of interview with Louis Cunningham, ACOP - Aug. 21, 1996. See 3:1:8, Side A (audio recording).

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview with Louis Cunningham -Aug. 21, 1996
 

4. Notes/transcript of interview with Leslie Gordon, producer Humanities and Special Projects - July 22, 1996 and Aug. 5, 1996.

 

5. Notes/transcript of interview with John MacAloon - July 22, 1996.

See 3:1:9, Side A (audio recording).

 

6. Notes/transcript of interview with Laurie Olsen - July 22, 1996.

See 3:1:9, Side B (audio recording).

 

7. Letter to Don Mischer, Director of Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Scope and Content Note

Hand written notes from interviews with Mischer
Transcript of interview -Sept. 9-10, 1996

See 1:1:10,11 (audio recordings).
Note: transcript of 9/10/96 not complete
Box 18, Folder 7

"CDs" - various information on the compact discs

 

1. Letter from Sandy Friedman, executive vice president of entertainment for Rogers & Cowan

 

2. Crowe, Jerry. "Olympics Planning to Go for Platinum." Los Angeles Times,April 6, 1996.

 

3. Gardner, Elysa. "The Road to 'Destiny': Gloria Estefan Taps into own Growth for Latest Album." Los Angeles Times, July 15, 1996, p. F1, F6.

 

4. News Release: The Olympic Games to get a Nashville Flavor in an MCA Records CD Featuring Top Recording Artists.

 

5. News Release: Gloria Estefan, Antonio "L.A." Reid & Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds Join Together to Announce LaFace Records' Olympic Games R&B/POP CD.

 

6. News Release: Atlanta Centennial Olympic Properties and EMI Latin Records Announce Star-Studded 1996 Olympic Games Album.

 

7. Press Release from Sony Classical: "Summon the Heroes," the Official Centennial Olympic Theme, Written by Multiple Oscar and Grammy winning Composer John Williams, to be Title Track of Sony Classical's 1996 Olympic Album.

 

8. D.P.S. "Classical: John Williams and the Boston Pops Orchestra, Summon the Heroes." USA Today - Life, May 7, 1996.

 

9. Press and Publicity: John Williams

 

10. Lannert, John. "Five Labels Going for the Olympic Gold: Genre-Based Albums Boast World-Class Talent." Billboard, February 1996.

 

11. Murray, Sonia. "Full of 'Rhythm,' Games Album to Draw on R&B, Pop Stars." The Atlanta Journal - Constitution. Feb. 1, 1996.

 

12. Associated Press. "People in the News - Gloria Estefan." Nashville Banner.Feb. 1, 1996.

 

13. "Pop/Rock - Olympic Spirit." Los Angeles Times. Feb. 1, 1996.

 

14. "Lifeline - Let the Music Begin." USA Today - Life.Feb. 29, 1996.

 

15. Sandler, Adam. "'Voces' Carries Olympic Torch." Daily Variety.Feb. 19, 1996.

 

16. "Pop Music News." Los Angeles Times - Calendar. March 2, 1996.

 

17. Martinez, M.R. " Voce Unidas: Olympian Effort by Latin Artists." Cash Box LIX, No. 26. March 9, 1996.

 

18. "Artists & Music." Billboard-100 Years. March 16, 1996.

 

19. "Let the Music Begin." USA Today - Life. Feb. 1, 1996.

 

20. "La Face in Olympics." Cash Box LIX, No. 22. Feb. 10, 1996.

 

21. Murray, Steve. "'Voces Unidas' Coming in May." The Atlanta Journal, The Atlanta Constitution. March 8, 1996.

 

22. MoJazz Records advertisement for "People Make the World Go 'Round."

 

23. MoJazz/Motwon Records Press Information.

 

24. Notes on "Summon the Heroes."

 

25. Notes on "One Voice."

 

26. Notes on "Rhythm of the Games."

 

27. Notes on "Voces Unidas."

 

28. Various hand written notes

 

29. Letter for Louis Cunningham in preparation for the interview.

See 1:1: 18-6, "Atlanta Interviews - non-composers" (documents) and 3:1:8, Side A (audio recording).

 

30. Notes: "pre Olympic, promotional"

 

31. Notes: "bits for CDs from press releases"

Box 18, Folder 8

"Rhythm of the Games"

Box 18, Folder 9

"Sources"

 

1. Moody, Matt and Victor Kotowitz. "Carrying the Torch." Los Angeles Times, April 26, 1996, p. B1.

Scope and Content Note

Map of the Olympic Torch Route.
 

2. Harvey, Randy and Paul Feldman. "Olympic Statues Will Remain Unclothed." Los Angeles Times, April 26, 1996, p. B1, B3.

 

3. Endo, Emi. "Torch Relay a Multiethnic Celebration." Los Angeles Times, April 26, 1996, p. B 3.

 

4. Rosenberg, Howard. "NCB's Olympian Quest for Tears a Crying Shame." Los Angeles Times, July 27, 1996, p. S3.

 

5. Program from Ebenezer Baptist Church, July 21, 1996.

 

6. Press Release about Don Mischer

 

7. News Release: "Producers Announce World-Class Production Team for 1996 Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies."

 

8. News Release: " 1996 Centennial Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies at a Glance."

 

9. Press and Publicity from Sony Classical - John Williams

 

10. Press and Publicity from Sony Classical - "Summon the Heroes," the Official Centennial Olympic Theme, Written by Multiple Oscar and Grammy Winning Composer John Williams, to be Title Track of Sony Classical's 1996 Olympic Album.

Box 18, Folder 10

"Data - to digest, work up"

 

1. Various notes from interviews and brainstorming, field notes, journals, etc.

 

2. Brochure from High Museum of Art, Atlanta: "Rings: Five Passions in World Art." Part of the 1996 Olympic Arts Festival.

 

3. Small booklet of information on Atlanta and the Olympics.

 

4. Fax of Don Mischer's professional bio.

 

5. Notes leading up to the IOC article

 

6. Article by Eric Chandler, "One heartbeat-one voice of humanity: The drums of the XXVI Olympiad." Percussion News, September 1996.

 

7. Notes: "Music of the Atlanta Closing Ceremony"

 

8. Notes: "Atlanta ceremonies TV review"

 

9. Notes from Mark Watters on Citius, dated August 11, 1996.

Box 18, Folder 11

"Atlanta published articles."

 

1. Fax from Sylvie Espagnac, International Olympic Committee, Office of Public Information.

 

2. "The Musical Games of Atlanta"

Scope and Content Note

Article accepted for International Olympic Committee publication, The Olympic Review , special edition on the 1996 Atlanta Centennial Olympic Games (September 1996).
 

3. Jones, Welton. "Olympics Opening Was a Spectacle of Muchness Over Meaning." The San Diego Union - Tribune.July 23, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Critique of the Opening Ceremony.
 

4. "Opening Ceremonies: Art, Theater and Ritual." The San Diego Union - Tribune.August 11, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Response to Welton Jones.
 

Subseries 2: Korea General

Box 4, Folder 1

"Korea Trip"

 

1. Business cards and memos of names and numbers

 

2. List of Sacred Heart societies in Japan

 

3. "Confidential Manuscript Reading Report"

Scope and Content Note

"Kamyôngûk: The Mask-Dance Theatre of Korea" by Meewon Lee (Yi Mi-wôn)
 

4. Thank you card from "Hanmadang Munhwap'ae" - December 27, 1988

 

5. Card from Mikyung Park- 1988

 

6. Letter from Maria Sailer - December 28, 1988

 

7. Postcard to Charles H. Dilling

 

8. Letter from [Kim Kwang-chin] - January 22, 1988

 

9. Receipts

 

10. Invitation from Professor and Mrs. George DeVos

 

11. "Advisory Board for Center for Korean Studies Nominees"

 

12. Letter from Jonathan Petty - March 1, 1988

 

13. Newspaper article on February 23, 1988 colloquium: "Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form." Korea Central Daily, San Francisco,February 27, 1988.

 

14. "Faculty and Staff Notes" for Center for Korean Studies

 

15. The Center for Korean Studies Fall 1989 International Conference - November 3 and 4, 1989, Alumni House, University of California at Berkeley: "Koreans and Korean Studies Abroad"

 

16. Letter from Han Sohn - April 21, 1986

 

17. Eye glass prescription

 

18. "Marnie's whereabouts, Spring-Summer 1989" - Easter Sunday, 1989

 

19. Announcements for Korean students for translation work

 

20. "Church-related Koreans who had been contacted about SamulNori performance." - January 29, 1988

 

21. Wedding announcement for Nan Kyung and Wan Pyo - March 10, 1990

 

22. "A Concert of New American Music Presented by the American Embassy, Paris and Radio France" - May 13, 1990

 

23. Postcard from Hûi-kyông - March 20, 1990

 

24. Faxes from J. H. Seo - September 30, 1990; October 8, 1990

 

25. Letter from Kim Seong Jin - February 26, 1991

 

26. Letter to Cho - August 5, 1991

 

27. Letter to Elex Computer - August 5, 1991

 

28. Korea Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, Membership renewal notice

 

29. Dilling, Marnie. "Korea Makes U.N. Entry to Sound of Music, Cheers." The Korea Herald,September 27, 1991

 

30. Copy of passport and visa

 

31. Letter to Korean Province Community - July 12, 1991

 

Envelope 1. Unidentified photo

Box 4, Folder 2

"Next Trip"

 

1. Business cards and memos of names, phone numbers, and address

 

2. Letter from [Ch'oe Ch'ang-ho] - December 5, 1991

 

3. Notes

 

4. Letter to Sau Chung-hwa - April 17, 1990

 

5. Information on [Kim Yông-dong] and Maekut

Box 4, Folder 3

"Korea Culture"

 

Subfolder 1. Korea Foundation

 

a. Korea Foundation address

 

b. Brochure - "The Arts of Korea, The 1993 Korea Foundation Cultural Tour"

 

c. Korea Foundation Support for Korean Studies Programs Abroad

 

Subfolder 2. The Center for Korean Studies

 

a. Announcement for The Center for Korean Studies colloquium: "The Musical Identity of Korean in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Region of China" by Byongwon Lee - November 2, 1993

 

b. Outline and notes from Byongwon Lee's talk.

See 3:6:1 (audio recording).

 

c. Announcement for The Center for Korean Studies colloquium: "Abandoned People: The Sakhalin Koreans" by Dai Sil Kim-Gibson - March 18, 1994

 

d. "Images of Korea: CD-Rom Instructional Materials on Korean Civilization and Politics" - May 25, 1994

 

e. "Articulations of Korean Women: A conference of Korean women visual artists, writers, film makers, and scholars" - April 15, 1994

 

Subfolder 3. Programs, Brochures, Calendar of Events, etc.

 

a. Fax from Ki Hwan Lee on Korea-Pacific Program - May 25, 1994

 

b. "Festival of Korea - The Asia Society"- 1993-94 and 1994 National Calendar

 

c. Films for the Humanities & Sciences

Scope and Content Note

On Video Spring 1994 -Asian Studies
 

d. Cooperative Study Centers: Sogang University, Seoul, Cooperative Studies Program - Spring 1995

 

e. Second Korean Cultural Festival '93: Korean Culture World Bound - January 23-February 6 (San Diego)

 

f. The Third Korean Cultural Festival 1994, schedule of events (San Diego)

 

g. Various flyers from Festival of Korea

Box 4, Folder 4

"Korea Culture" cont.

 

1. Letter from Daphne Roberts - February 11, 1995

 

2. "Korean Performing Arts Institute - Summer 1993 participants"

 

3. Hangûl worksheets

 

4. Copies of folksongs - melody with Romanized text

 

5. A Guide to Korean Collections in North America. Compiled by Yoon-whan Choe, East Asia Library, University of Washington, February 1994.

 

6. "Selected Readings in Modern Korean Fiction prepared by Bruce Fulton" and flyer for "Land of Exile" and "Peace Under Heaven"

 

7. The Korea Society/Los Angeles Newsletter, Issue No. 1, March 1994.

 

8. Korea Newsreview articles - February 5, 1994-April 16, 1994

Box 4, Folder 5

"Korea"

 

Subfolder 1. Immigration and Visas

 

a. "Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine"

 

b. "Health Information for International Travel"

 

c. "Visa Application Form to Enter Japan"

 

d. Letter to Office of Immigration and Visas - no date

 

e. Letter to Lee Seung-ryoul - April 19, 1986

 

f. "Application & Renewal Form: Airlines Clergy Bureau"

 

g. Letter from Han Soon Hee - March 12, 1986

 

h. "Residence Report, Application for Registration of Alien"

 

i. Application for Extension of Sojourn Period

 

j. Republic of Korea, Application for Visa

 

k. Letters of invitation and certification for visa

 

Subfolder 2. Correspondence

 

a. To friends - May 25, 1986

 

b. To friends - November 3, 1986

 

c. Letter of recommendation for Seo Jeong Hwa - December 1986; March 2, 1987

 

d. To Rhee Tae-yung - November 20, 1986; April 15, 1987

 

e. From Rhee Tae-yung - December 23, 1986

 

f. To Hwang Yong-su - May 18, 1987

 

g. To Director of Public Relations and Advertising - September 2, 1987

 

h. From [Pak Yông-cha] - June 12

Scope and Content Note

With copy of "Arirang"
 

i. From George De Vos - August 30, 1988

 

j. From Soon-Kyung Hong - February 2, 1988

 

k. From Karen Haight - February 17, 1988

 

l. To Chon Soo-hyun - September 28, 1988

 

Subfolder 3. International Cultural Society of Korea and Korean Language Institute

 

a. "Statement of Proposed Activity"

 

b. Certification from International Cultural Society of Korea

 

c. Research Report to ICSK - June 18, 1987

 

d. Information on Korean Language Institute and Yonsei University 1986

 

e. Receipts

 

f. Report card

 

Subfolder 4. Others

 

a. Publication list for Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch

 

b. Receipts and notes

 

c. Notes on Korean Youth Cultural Center - August 11, 1988

 

d. Ah-jeong Kim's personal statement

 

e. Confidential Manuscript Reading Report

 

f. Names and contacts

 

g. Excerpts from Meewon Lee's Kamyôngûk: The Mask-Dance Theatre of Korea with photo

Box 4, Folder 6

"Korea" cont. - Programs, Bulletins, Announcements, etc.

 

1. Institute of East Asian Studies Bulletin - March-April 1986

 

2. UCLA, Ethnomusicology Spring Festival - May 30, 1985

 

3. Copy of the program by Korean-American Performing Arts Society

 

4. "Korean Music and Dance"- 1986, National Classical Music Institute

 

5. Center for Korean Studies colloquium: "A Journey to Hwang Sun-won's Literary World" by Bruce and Ju-chan Fulton, J. Martin Holman, Hong Kyun Kim

 

6. Korean Resident Association of San Francisco: Celebration of the 43rd Anniversary of Liberation

 

7. Cal Performances presents "Namsadang: Korean Folk Music, Puppetry, and Masked Dance" - press release

 

8. The Center for Korean Studies colloquium - November 1, 2

Scope and Content Note

"Hodori's Hat: Korean Folk Music at the Olympics" by Marnie Dilling
"The Korean Peninsula and the Major Powers" by Robert A. Scalapino
 

9. "Hi-Ah Park"

 

10. "Ceremony of Self Discovery"

 

11. Annual Regional Seminar on Korea: "Koreans in America: Patters of Adaptation" - April 29, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Dillings notes attached

See also 1:6:7-20, "Koreans in America: Patterns of Adaptation" (documents) for papers and information submitted by participants.
 

12. Memo to Paula Lawrence and Ron Seldin - November 22, 1988

 

13. San Francisco Symphony: New and Unusual Music Series - November 12, 1988

 

14. Pfaff, Timothy. "Bay Area Composers in Unusual Concert." San Francisco Examiner, November 14, 1988.

 

15. Kosman, Joshua. "Composers' Newest Is Hardly Unusual." San Francisco Chronicle, November 14, 1988.

 

16. Hi Kyung Kim's c.v.

 

17. Cal Performances, October-November 1988

 

18. "Institute of East Asian Studies: Recent and Forthcoming Publications"

 

19. "R.A.S. Annual Book Sale" - June 20 through June 30, 1988

 

20. Royal Asiatic Society, Korea Branch - Publication List

 

21. Letter from George De Vos - November 7, 1989; December 19, 1989

 

22. "Conference on Religion and Contemporary Society in Korea: November 11-12, 1988"

Box 4, Folder 7

"Korea" cont.

 

Envelope 1. Supplement to The Korea Times San Francisco, October 27, 1988

 

Envelope 2. Articles

 

a. Chrysler, K.M. "Just What Goes on in Korea?"

 

b. Articles from Korea Newsreview, December 5, 1987-March 26, 1988

 

c. O'Rourke, P.J. "Seoul Brothers." Rolling Stone, February 11, 1988.

 

d. Ruiz-de-Medina, Juan. "Christian History of Korea Recounted." National Jesuit News, June 1987, p. 5.

 

e. Zablotny, Carl. "Editorial." National Jesuit News, June 1987, p. 6.

Box 4, Folder 8

"Korea Times Articles '86"

 

1. The Korea Times articles dated from July 19-December 7, 1986.

 

2. Several articles without dates.

 

3. Articles from The Korea Herald, September 28, 1986.

Box 4, Folder 9

"Spring '87 Newspapers April-June" The Korea Times articles dated from March 12-June 24, 1987.

Box 4, Folder 10

"Spring '87 Newspapers April-June" cont.

 

1. Korean article from Ilgan Sports, no date, 1987.

 

2. June 29, 1987 issue of Time, "Korea's Crisis."

 

3. Chua-Eoan, Howard G. "South Korea On Hold: Election Reforms Called Off." Time, April 27, 1987, p. 15.

 

4. "The Night is Dark." Time, May 18, 1987, p. 26, 29.

 

5. "2 Academic Meetings Due on French Missionaries." The Korea Times, September 18, 1986, p. 7.

 

6. June 1987 issue of Tari.

 

7. Articles from Los Angeles Times, June 20-25, 1987.

 

8. Dilling's notes.

Box 4, Folder 11

"Korea Sept. 9-Oct. 6, 1989"

 

1. Sullivan, Dan. "Remembering Berlin -- Always." Los Angeles Times, no date.

 

2. Article on Dilling from the Korean newspaper, Ilgan Sports, October 5, 1989, p. 7.

 

3. The Korea Times articles dated from September 17-October 14, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Note: A couple of articles are not dated.
Box 4, Folder 12

Other Articles

 

1. Schoenberger, Karl. "S. Korean Rally Illustrates New Tolerance of Dissent." Los Angeles Times,May 19, 1988, p. 14.

 

2. Schoenberger, Karl and Sam Jameson. "Countdown to Olympics Brings Terrorism Jitters." Los Angeles Times,May 17, 1988, p. 1, 8, 9.

 

3. Schoenberger, Karl. "S. Korea Student's Suicide Called Result of Police Mistreatment." Los Angeles Times,May 17, 1988, p. 9.

 

4. Koh Chik-man. "Korea is Enriched by Folk Arts." The Korea Times, October 22, 1986, p. 5, 8.

 

Envelope 1. Sôgang Hakbo, April 17, 1987.

Box 4, Folder 13

Korea Newsreview, Oct. 5, 1991-Oct. 15, 1994

 

1. Korea Newsreview. "Roh's Mexican Summit Puts Stresses on Trade, Investment." Oct. 5, 1991.

 

2. Korea Newsreview. "Preparations for the Taejon Expo '93 on Target." April 4, 1992.

 

3. Korea Newsreview. "Riot-Torn Koreatown in Los Angeles." May 9, 1992.

 

4. Korea Newsreview. "Kim Y.S. Clinches DLP Presidential Nomination." May 23, 1992.

 

5. Korea Newsreview. "Good Start: Shooting for Gold." August 1, 1992.

 

6. Articles from Korea Newsreview. "Taekwondo as Olympic Medal Sport." September 10, 1994.

 

7. Articles from Korea Newsreview. "Hwang Y.J . Wins Men's Marathon at 12th Asian Games." October 15, 1994.

Box 4, Folder 14

"Korean Studies"

 

1. "Korea Foundation Program Outline"

 

2. Letter from Hyuck-In Lew on Korea Foundation - February 28, 1992

 

3. Announcement on Journal of Royal Asiatic Society and letter from Beverly McGrath on the journal

 

4. Information on Council on International Educational Exchange

 

5. List of recommended books on Korean-Americans and preparation for participation in the East Asia workshop

 

6. Newsletter The International Cultural Society of Korea2/4 (December, 1991).

 

7. Yu Kun-ha. "New Cultural Encyclopedia." Newsreview, February 15, 1992.

Box 4, Folder 15

"Korean Studies" cont.

 

1. First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, July 27-August 2, 1992: Program

 

2. Letter of invitation to The First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies from Byongwon Lee

 

3. First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, July 27-August 2, 1992: Abstracts

 

4. Handout: "Vanished Exiles: The Prewar Russian Community in Korea and its Fate" by Don Clark, in English.

 

5. Colloquium presentation at the Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii, May 7, 1992: "Multifaceted Analyses of Ch'emyôn (Social Face:): An Indigenous Korean Perspective" by Sang-Chin Choi and Uichol Kim, in English.

 

6. Colloquium presentation at the Center for Korean Studies, University of Hawaii, April 9, 1992: "Conceptual and Empirical Analyses of Han: An Indigenous Form of Lamentation" by Sang-Chin Choi and Uichol Kim, in English.

 

7. 1991 Psychology Conference: "An Analysis of Korean 'Ping-gye' Concept from Epistemological and Attributional Perspectives," by Sang-Chin Choi, Young-Sik Lim, Seung-Yeob Yu, in Korean.

 

8. Abstract and handout: "Morality and Unification: What Koreans Expect the Role of Education to be for the 21st Century" by Kyung Soo Cha. Abstract in English and handout in Korean.

 

9. "The Culture of the Korean People - The Psychological Self" by [Ch'oe Sang-chin] and Uichol Kim, in Korean.

 

10. "Welcome Address" for The First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, July 27-August 2, 1992 by Lee Hyun-Jae, in Korean and English.

 

11. Tables on BAFRI

 

12. "Appendix 1: Composition of subscales of the BAFRI"

 

13. Presented at the First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies: "The U. S. Government's 'Unfinished' Conception for Neutralization of Unified Korea, July-November 1950" by Yasuyo Sakata.

 

14. Presented at the First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies: "Electoral Dynamics in South Korea Since 1981" by Soren Risbjerg Thomsen and Hyun-woo Kim.

 

15. Abstract for First Pacific Basin International Conference on Korean Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28-August 1, 1992: "'Seoul to the World:' After Words to the Olympic Ceremonies"

Box 4, Folder 16

"Korea Foundation"

 

1. Poster: "Korea Foundation 1994 Korean Culture Program"

 

2. Flyer: "The Arts of Korea: The 1994 Korea Foundation Cultural Tour"

 

3. "The Artistic World of Won Jang Hyun - Korean 'Spiritual Brudge' & Mongolian 'Dream'"

 

4. Letter from Lee Jong-Up, Executive Vice-President of Korea Foundation - December 27, 1994

Box 4, Folder 17

International Conference on Korean Literature - November 11-14, 1993

 

1. Agenda

 

2. "About the Publication of an Anthology of Korean Oral Literature," by Doowhan Kwon, in Korean.

 

3. "Korean Literary Instruction in the United States," by Kwon Youngmin, in Korean.

 

4. "The Current Issues in Korean Literary Studies," by Lee Jaeson, in Korean.

 

5. "Can We Write a Teaching Text About Korean Literature?" by Marshall Pihl, in English.

 

6. "On Translating a Kasa," by Sung-Il Lee.

 

7. "Four Pieces of Sino-Korean Narrative Prose by Pak Chiwon," by Yang-Hi Choe-Wall, in English.

Box 4, Folder 18

Center for Korean Studies (CKS)

 

1. Center for Korean Studies, University of California at Berkeley: Personnel, 1993-94

 

2. Center for Korean Studies, University of California at Berkeley: Visiting Scholars, 1993-94.

 

3. Letter to Lee Hong-yung and Jonathan Petty - November 4, 1994

 

4. Fax letter from Jonathan Petty with performance program notes - October 5, 1994

 

5. 1993-94 Sabbatical Report

 

6. Letter from Hong Yung Lee - March 12, 1993; May 12, 1993

 

7. Announcement for Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Korean Studies, 1993-94

 

8. Application for Korea Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship in Korean Studies

 

9. Announcement for The International Conference on Korean Literature, November 12-13, 1993

 

10. CKS colloquium: "The State, Military, and Economy: South Korea in Comparative Perspective," by Chung-in Moon - January 26, 1994

 

11. CKS colloquium: "Cultural Movement in Contemporary Korea," by Kim Kwang-Ok - November 5, 1993

 

12. Notes

 

13. Limmerick about Dilling

Box 4, Folder 19

"94 AAS Paper"

 

1. "The Resurrection of Tangun in Korea," author unknown.

 

2. Notes

Box 4, Folder 20

"Korean Disc-Bibliography"

 

1. "Selective Bibliography of English-language scholarship on Korean Folk Music"

Scope and Content Note

(working version -to be revised for prospectus bibliography)
 

2. "Korean Language Bibliography"

 

3. "First Preliminary draft of dissertation prospectus" - January 12, 1988

 

4. "Discography of locally available audio recordings of Korean traditional music"

 

5. Various notes

 

6. Song Bang Song. "A Discography of Korean Music." Asian Music 8/2 (1977): 82-121.

 

7. "Bibliography of Some Recent Articles in English (1973-1978) on Korean Shamanism"

 

8. Brochure on The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation: The Research Institute for Cultural Development

Box 4, Folder 21

"Korean Theory"

 

Envelope 1. Notes on Sino-Korean characters

 

1. Notes on Korean history

 

2. Outline and notes on changgo

Scope and Content Note

For organology seminar, November, 1985.
 

3. Outline and notes on Korean music and instruments

 

4. Copy of Korean musical instruments from and unknown source

 

5. Provine, Robert C. "Changgo." New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 1980.

 

6. Notes on article, The World of Music 2, 1985, the Korean issue.

Box 4, Folder 22

"Korean Papers and Others"

 

1. Outline: "Music-Making in Korean Student Culture"

 

2. Various charts, notes, pictures, and handouts

 

3. Syllabus: "East Asia - A Workshop for Community College and High School Instructors," July 24-28, 1989

 

4. Abstract of paper for SEM Northern California Chapter meeting: "Korean Nong'ak East and West: Are the Differences Disappearing?"

 

5. Dissertation Perspectus: "Folk Bands and Beats: Rhythm in the Contemporary Practice of Korean Nongak," May 11, 1988.

 

6. Job announcement for The University of Michigan, School of Music.

 

7. The Center for Korean Studies flyer for the colloquium - "Nong'ak: Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form," February 23, 1988.

 

8. Korean newspaper article on Dilling's colloquium on "Nong'ak," Korea Times San Francisco, February 24, 1988, in Korean.

 

9. Outline: "Nongak: Korean Farmers' Music Becomes an Art Form."

 

10. Handout: "Olympic Ceremony Music"

 

11. Handout: "Korean Folk Music"

 

12. Abstract, Outline, and Handout for "Music of Prayer and Protest: The Use of Korean Traditional Music in Christian Worship and Student Demonstrations."

 

Subfolder 1. "Korean Nong'ak Right and Left - SEMNCC 4/23/88 paper and handout."

 

Subfolder 2. "Music of Prayer and Protest - SEM 11/87."

See 2:17:2 (video).

Box 4, Folder 23

Korean Papers and Others cont.

 

Subfolder 1. "Hodori's Hat: From Folk Arts to the Olympics".

See 2:17:1 (video).

Scope and Content Note

Paper and notes for video.
 

Subfolder 2. "Music of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies: The Day the Drum was King."

 

Subfolder 3. "The Korean Changgo: The Instrument and its Role in Korean Instrumental Folk Music."

 

1. Letter from Terry Miller - January 6, 1988

Scope and Content Note

"The Hymn: Guide Sheet for Writers -Ethnic Hymnody Series" attached
 

2. Letter regarding The New Grove Dictionary of American Music from Alyn Shipton - April 1986

 

3. Receipt from Macmillan Accounts and Administration Limited

 

4. Book review submission for the RSCJ Journal of Reflection.

 

5. Dilling's Resume

 

6. "Society for Ethnomusicology Meets in the Southwest"

 

7. Flyer for Cal Performances, "Samul-Nori: Master Drummers from Korea" and "Namsadang: Korean Folk Music, Puppetry, and Masked Dance"

 

8. Letter from Charles Capwell - November 14, 1987

 

9. Job announcement in Anthropology of Music or Ethnomusicology at University of Pennsylvania

 

10. Notes

 

11. Dilling's articles in Cum Notis Variorum, The Newsletter of the Music Library, UC Berkeley.

Box 4, Folder 24

Parts and Chapters of Books and Other Papers

 

Subfolder 1. World's Columbian Exposition

 

1. Handy, M. P., editor. "Official Catalogue, Part 17, 1893, of the Midway Plaisance, Isolated Exhibits, Midway Plaisance, Group 176." From the World Columbian Exposition. Chicago: W. B. Conkey Company, 1893.

 

2. Handy, M. P., editor. "Official Catalogue of Exhibits of the Colombus Caravels, Part 19, Department M." From the World Columbian Exposition. Chicago: W. B. Conkey Company, 1893.

 

3. "Department H - Korea"

 

Subfolder 2. The Expanding World of Art, 1874-1902.

Scope and Content Note

Holt, Elizabeth Gilmore. The Expanding World of Art, 1874-1902. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1988.
"Preface" (p. ix-xi); "Introduction" (p. 1-6); "Universal Expositions: Architecture and the Decorative Arts" (p. 9-17); "1893: Chicago" (p. 79-95).
 

Subfolder 3. Things Korean

Scope and Content Note

Allen, Horace N. Things Korean: A Collection of Sketches and Anecdotes Missionary and Diplomatic. New York: Fleming H. Revell Company, 1908.
"A Mission to Washington" (p. 159-66).
 

Subfolder 4. Recording the World's Music in 1893

Scope and Content Note

"Recording the World's Music in 1893: Re-Creating the Field at Chicago's Columbian Exposition" by Philip V. Bohlman & Carolyn S. Johnson.
 

Subfolder 5. All the World's a Fair

Scope and Content Note

Rydell, Robert W. All the World's a Fair: Visions of Empire at American International Expositions, 1876-1916. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1984.
"Introduction" (p. 1-8); "Conclusion" (p. 234-36).
Box 4, Folder 25

Parts and Chapters of Books and Other Papers cont.

 

Subfolder 1. The Predicament of Culture

Scope and Content Note

Clifford, James. The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1988.
"Introduction: The Pure Products Go Crazy" (p. 1-17); "On Ethnographic Authority" (p. 21-54).
 

Subfolder 2. Ethnonationalism

Scope and Content Note

Connor, Walker. Ethnonationalism: The Quest for Understanding. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994.
"A Nation Is a Nation, Is a State, Is and Ethnic Group, Is a..." (p. 90-117); "Man is a N(R)ational Animal" (p. 195-209); "When is a Nation? -From Tribe to Nation?" (p. 210-226).
 

Subfolder 3. Performance Practice

Scope and Content Note

Béhague, Gerard, editor. "Introduction," Performance Practice: Ethnomusicological Perspectives. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1984.
 

Subfolder 4. Life as Narrative

Scope and Content Note

Bruner, Jerome. "Life as Narrative," Social Research 54/1 (1987): 11-32.
 

Subfolder 5. Defining "Korea"

Scope and Content Note

Pai, Hyung Il and Timothy R. Tangherlini, editors. "Defining 'Korea': Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Politics of National Identity and Culture."
Box 4, Folder 26

Miscellaneous

 

1. Letter to ?, from ?

 

2. Asian Folklore, Newsletter of CIOFF Asian Sector11, May 1988.

 

3. Correspondence with [Kang Su-byông]

 

4. "Korea Research File" - sketchy list of Korea research materials

 

5. Newsletter: Chônguk taech'aewi sokbo

 

6. Newsletter: "Teachers (forbidden) union" - September 9, 1989

 

Subseries 3: Korean Music General

Box 5, Folder 1

"Korean Folk Music"

 

1. Paek-Howard, Inok. "Presentation and Sponsorship of Traditional Korean Music in Northern Ireland: The Music in the Community Project at the Queen's University of Belfast." Korea Journal26/12 (1986): 39-48.

 

2. Howard, Keith. "Korea's Intangible Cultural Assets: A Review of the 16th Festival of Human Cultural Assets." Korea Journal26/1 (1986): 61-68.

 

3. Heyman, Alan C. "Folklore Festivals '84 -- National and International." Korea Journal 24(2): 75-80.

 

4. Howard, Keith. "Korean Music in Britain." Korea Journal24/4 (1984): 55-59.

 

5. Notes on various articles.

 

6. You Hong-june. "Life and Art of O Yun: Plebeian Motif in Ethnic Style." Korea Journal27/1 (1987): 37-45.

 

7. Newsletter: The International Cultural Society of Korea2/1 (March, 1991).

 

8. "Introductory text for tape of Korean drumming"

 

9. Announcement for "Mansu Dae T'ak Kut"

Box 5, Folder 2

"Korean Rhythm"

 

1. Various transcriptions, copies of transcriptions, and notes on changdan.

 

2. Letter from Gayle ? from Cleveland State University.

 

3. Gayle ?'s Chapter 2, "Basic Concepts in Music" from dissertation.

 

4. Gayls ?'s bibliography and annotated bibliography.

Box 5, Folder 3

"Nongak"

 

1. Notes and partial transcript: "[Yi Po-hyông] on Nongak (Gary Rector, translator)"

See 3:4:24 (audio recording).

 

2. Notes and "transcript of taped conversation" with Gary Rector - Dec. 6, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Interview on his performance of [Kim Pyông-sôp] changgu nori.
 

3. Notes: "Nonak info"

 

4. Notes: "Han Man-young 'Nongak' Survey of Korean Arts: Folk Music, p. 286-94.

 

5. "P'angut (Chunggûp panyong)"

 

6. Notes: "Farmers' Music and Dance".

 

7. Howard, Keith. "Bands and Songs: Precedents for the Contemporary Confluence of Local and Popular Folk Music Styles in Korea." The World of Music28/2 (1986): 14-26.

 

8. Shin Yong-ha. "Social History of Ture Community and Nongak Music (I)." Korea Journal25/3 (1985): 4-17.

 

9. Shin Yong-ha. "Social History of Ture Community and Nongak Music (II)." Korea Journal25/4 (1985): 4-18.

 

10. Provine, Robert C. "Die Rhythmischen Strukturen in der Koreanischen Folklore." Korea Kulturmagazin 1 (1982): 156-75.

 

11. Provine, Robert C. "Drumming in Korean Farmers' Music: A Process of Gradual Evolution." Anne Dhu Shapiro, editor. Music and Context: Essays for John Ward. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press (1985): p. 441-52.

 

12. Notes: "P'yôngt'aek" - October 1, 1988.

Box 5, Folder 4

"Regional Nongak"

 

1. Notes: "Sôlchanggo karak"

 

2. Notes: "Samulnori"

 

3. Notes: "Pinari"

 

4. Notes: "Udugut"

Box 5, Folder 5

Honam nongak

Scope and Content Note

[Hong Hyôn-sik], [Kim Ch'ôn-hûng], and [Pak Hyôn-bong]. Honam nongak. Seoul: Munhwajae Kwallikuk (1967): 105-150.
Box 5, Folder 6

P'ilbong nongak

Scope and Content Note

[Chông Pyông-ho], [Yi Po-hyông], [Yi Chu-yông], and [Chông Chun-gi]. P'ilbong nongak. Seoul: Munhwaje kwallikuk (1980): 1-81.
Box 5, Folder 7

"Nongak Transcription Notation"

Scope and Content Note

Transcription in time unit box system.
Box 5, Folder 8

"Nongak Trans."

Scope and Content Note

Notes: "[Kim Hyông-suk]" -May 9, 1989.
Box 5, Folder 9

"P'angut"

 

1. Notes: "[Kim Pyông-sôp's] p'ankut"

Box 5, Folder 10

"P'ungmul"

 

1. Notes: "Honam udokut" dated January 18-30, 1988

 

2. Excerpt of unknown book on "mi" or 'beauty'.

Box 5, Folder 11

"Sôlchanggu"

 

1. Provine, Robert C. "Appendix 2: P'an-kut Group Dances." From Drum rhythms in Korean farmers' music. (1975): 43-53.

 

2. "Sôl-changgo" Park Eun-ha (or [Pak Ûn-ha]), 1985.

See 3:4:23 (audio recording) and 2:15:5 (video).

 

3. Howard, Keith. " Nongak, the Changgu and Kim Pyông-sôp's Kaein Changgu Nori (I)." Korea Journal23/5 (1983): 15-31.

 

4. Howard, Keith. " Nongak, the Changgu and Kim Pyông-sôp's Kaein Changgu Nori (II)." Korea Journal23/6 (1983): 23-34.

Box 5, Folder 12

Samulnori

 

1. "Samulnori to Debut in Moscow." Korea Newsreview (March 18, 1989): 30.

 

2. Kim Heung-joong. "North Korea, a Paradise or a Land of Delusion?" Korea Newsreview (March 18, 1989): 27-28.

 

3. "Arts Budget Showed at 3% Above `88." Korea Newsreview (March 18, 1989): 28.

 

4. "Korea, China Perform Classic Works This Week." Korea Newsreview (March 18, 1989): 29.

 

5. "Korean Samul-Nori Music Group Entertains Crowds on Liberty Weekend." Korea Times, July 6.

 

6. "Samul Nori Deserves Int'l Study, Attention." Korea Times(July 16, 1988): 9.

 

7. Notes: "Samulnori"

 

8. Notes: "[Han Man-yông]" Sept. `88 interview.

See 3:2:13 (audio recording).

 

9. Announcement for Samulnori Summer Camp.

 

Subfolder 1. "Samulnori 2/28"

 

a. "Korea Master Drummers - Samulnori" - Spring 1987

Scope and Content Note

Announcement and program notes
 

b. Card from Samulnori- 1988.

 

c. Letter from Suzanna - January 13, 1988.

 

d. Letter to Dr. Youn Chey from Laura Brehm - December 16, 1987.

 

e. Letter to Kim Tôk-su and Suzanna - December 30, 1987.

 

f. Announcement for The Center for Korean Studies Colloquium: "Samul Nori: Korean Farmers' Band Music Becomes an Art Form." - February 25, 1988.

 

g. Letter from Ross Bellingham - February 5, 1988.

 

h. "Ideas for telephone communication to Kim Tôk-su of SAMUL NORI"

 

i. "Cal Performances 1988-89 Season" Calendar of Events.

 

j. Letter to Hayley Schore of Cal Performances - August 15, 1988

Box 5, Folder 13

"Other Samulnori"

Scope and Content Note

Information booklet on "Poong Mool Nori"
Box 5, Folder 14

"Sinawi"

 

1. Notes

 

2. Kister, Daniel A., S. J. "Korean Shamanist Theater and Drama." Comparative Drama17/2 (Summer, 1983): 153-82.

 

3. Kister, Fr. D., S. J. "Korean Mudang Rites for the Dead and the Traditional Catholic Requiem: A Comparative Study." Customs and Manners in Korea. Chun Shin-Yong, editor. Korean Culture Series 9. Seoul: International Cultural Foundation (1980): 44-54.

 

4. Cho Hung-youn. "Problems in the Study of Korean Shamanism." Korea Journal 25/5 (1985): 18-30.

 

5. Cho Hung-youn. "Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits." Book Review. Korea Journal25/10 (1985): 54-57.

Box 5, Folder 15

Dilling's Notes on Nongak- 1988-1991

Scope and Content Note

Various notes and musical transcriptions on different kinds of nongak and samulnori.

See 3:4:4-21 (audio recording).
Box 5, Folder 16

[Kim Hyôn-suk] and Nongak

 

1. Transcription of Kim's own field tape (?) with explanation.

See 3:4: 2,3 (audio recordings).

Scope and Content Note

Note: Not all the music to the transcriptions available.
Box 5, Folder 17

"[Yi Po-hyông]"

Scope and Content Note

Notes, see 3:4:1 (audio recording).
Box 5, Folder 18

[Yi Po-hyông] on Nongak

Scope and Content Note

[Yi Po-hyông]. Han'guk ûi minsok yesul (Korean folk arts). Seoul: Han'guk munhwa yesul chinhngwôn (1978): Preface, Table of Contents, 71-102.
Box 5, Folder 19

[Yi Po-hyông] on Nongak cont.

Scope and Content Note

[Yi Po-hyông]. Han'guk minsok chonghap chosa podosô: Nongak, Nongôje, Minyop'yôn. n.p.: Munhwa kongbobu munhwa chaep'an chiguk, 1982, p. 1-113.
Box 5, Folder 20

Gary Rector

 

1. Letter from Gary Rector - May 10, 1988

 

2. Transcription of Interview - June 7, 1989

 

3. Various notes and rhythmic transcriptions

Box 5, Folder 21

Simchôngga and [Hô Kyu]

Box 5, Folder 22

"Sang yôngsan" of P'yojông manbangjigok

 

1. Score in Western notation

 

2. Traditional notation for p'iri

 

3. Traditional notation for taegûm

Box 5, Folder 23

"Se ryôngsan" and "T'aryông" of Chunggwang jigok

 

1. "Se ryôngsan" score in Western notation

 

2. "Se ryôngsan" - traditional notation for p'iri

 

3. "Se ryôngsan" - traditional notation for taegûm

 

4. "T'aryông" score in Western notation

Box 5, Folder 24

Korean Traditional Vocal Music

 

1. Chônt'ong sôngak ch'angbôp chido tûkkang (Special lecture on the traditional Korean vocal music). Compiled by Kungnip kugakwôn.

Scope and Content Note

Booklet of various traditional Korean songs.
 

2. Booklet of sijo in traditional and Western notation.

Box 5, Folder 25

Kim Maeja and the Chang Mu Dance Company

 

1. Information on Chang Mu Dance Company

 

2. Articles and review articles on Kim Maeja and the Chang Mu Dance Company, 1983-91.

Scope and Content Note

Note: See Series 7, "Programs of Festivals" for program notes for the performances
Box 5, Folder 26

"Inculturation Korea"

 

1. "P'yônghwa wa minjok hwahaerûl wihan hanp'an taetonggut" - October 4, 1989

 

2. "Death of Grandmother: Kim Unoma, of Kim Yong-jun son, Kim Hi-kyong granddaughter."

 

3. Notes "Ray Sullivan" - September 23, 1989

 

4. Inculturation 5/3 (Fall, 1990).

 

5. Inculturation 5/4 (Winter, 1990).

Box 5, Folder 27

Articles and Papers on Korean Music

 

1. [Yi Sûng-ryôl]. "[Ch'ôyongmu ûi yôksajôk chônsûng kwa p'isa ûi t'ûkching]." (The essence of the historical transmission and ? of Ch'oyongmu). Kukakwôn nonmunjip4, 1991.

 

2. [Han Man-yông] or Hahn Man-young. "Notational Systems." Chapter 4 of Survey of Korean Arts: Traditional Music. Seoul: National Academy of Arts, 1973.

 

3. Excerpts from Park Mikyung's dissertation, "Music and Shamanism in Korea: A Study of Selected 'Ssikkum gut' Rituals for the Dead (Improvisation)," UCLA, 1985.

 

4. Proof of Song Bang-song's "An Introduction to the Sanjo Tradition of Korea."

 

5. Lee, Byongwon. "Continuity and Change of Musical Cultures in Contemporary Korean Society."

 

6. Outline: "Social and Aesthetic Features of Korean Traditional Music" by Byongwon Lee.

 

7. Lee, Byongwon. "The Features of the Mahayana Buddhist Ritual Performing Arts of Korea." The World of Music27/2 (1985): 49-61.

 

8. Lee, Byongwon. "Musical Variance in Korean Buddhist Chant: Conformance to Socioeconomy." A paper prepared to present at the World Conference of the International Council for Traditional Music, Hong Kong, July 3-9, 1991.

 

9. Excerpts from Byongwon Lee's Buddhist Music of Korea. Traditional Korean Music Series 3. Seoul: Jungeumsa, 1987.

 

10. "What is Sijo" by unknown.

 

11. Pak Chol-hui. "Sijo." Korean Poetry -- An Anthology with Critical Essays. Seoul: The Korean Culture and Arts Foundation, 1984.

 

12. Hwang Jun-yon. "The Tonal System of Korean Traditional Music."

 

13. [Sô Yun-sôk]. "[Chungyo muhyông munhwajae pojon 20 nyôn]" (The preservation of Important Intangible Cultural Properties for the last 20 years). Munhwajae 17 (1984): 229-47.

Box 5, Folder 28

Notes to the "Deep Rooted Tree Collection"

 

1. "Introduction to Korean Songs of Sorrow" by Song Hye-jin, in English.

 

2. "Song of Hungbo ( Hungbo-ga)," in Korean.

 

3. "P'ansori ran muôt'inya?" (What is p'ansori?) by [Yi Po-hyông], in Korean.

Box 5, Folder 29

The Sound of Millenia - A Korean Festival of Music and Dance

 

1. Program notes.

See 3:4: 58-61 (audio recordings).

 

2. Letter to Jim Chute - September 23, 1991

 

3. Notes/ paper: "The Program"

 

4. "Outline of Article on The Sound of Millennia concert"

 

5. Transcript of nterview with [Hwang Pyông-ki] - September 22, 1991 See 3:4: 60,61 (audio recordings).

 

6. Transcript of interview with [Kim Mun-mu] - September 3, 1991.

 

7. Transcript of interview with [Yi Sûng-yôl] - September 21, 1991.

See 3:4: 60,61 (audio recordings).

 

8. Transcript of interview with [Yook Wan-soon] - September 16, 1991 @Subfolder 1. "South Korea Enters the U.N. with Strings, Winds, Drums, Gongs, and a New Approach to Tradition" Paper delivered at the Southern California Chapter meeting of the SEM, March 7, 1992.

Box 5, Folder 30

Miscellaneous

 

1. Title page and Table of Contents of Chôlla pukto kugak silt'ae chosa (Research on the current state of Korean music in the Chôlla region). Muhyông munhwajae chonghapa chosa podosô (A general report of the intangible cultural properties). Seoul: Munhwajae kwalliguk, November, 1982.

 

2. Nongak 12ch'a. Chungyo muhyôn munhwajae haesôl: Ûmakpyôn. Seoul: Munhwajae kwalliguk (1985): 147-56.

 

3. "Iri formation - [Kim Hyông-sun] 7/24/88"

 

4. "Iri nongak." Chungyo muhyông munhwajae che 11ho. p. 58-59.

 

5. Notes on p'ansori and eastern and western schools. From [Yi Po-hyông] 5/11/87.

 

Subseries 4: Korean Universities and Protests

Box 6, Folder 1

"Koryô University: [Sprosawi - soe: Yi Sûng-hûi (yô)]"

 

1. Transcript of interview with [Yi Sûng-hûi] - May 15, 1989, in Korean, translated into English

See 3:3:2 (audio recording).

Box 6, Folder 2

"Koryô University: [Purûnsori - soe: Yi Chae-hwan]"

 

1. Transcript of interview with [Yi Chae-hwan] - no date, May 14-19, 1989?, in Korean.

See Tape 3:3: 3, 4 (audio recordings).

Box 6, Folder 3

"Koryô University"

 

Subfolder 1. Koryô University: [Aekinûng P'ungmulp'ae - soe: Song Chun-sôp]

Scope and Content Note

Partial transcript of interview -May 19, 1989, in Korean

See 3:3:5-7 (audio recordings).
 

Subfolder 2. "Koryô University: [Nongakdae - soe: Pak Yong-dôk]"

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview with [Pak Yong-dôk] -May 22, 1989, in Korean, translated into English.

See 3:3:8 (audio recording).
 

Subfolder 3. Koryô University: Other

 

1. "'89 Chôngkiyôn - Kochôn"

Scope and Content Note

Program for sports competition between Yônsei and Koryô University -October 13, 1989.

See 2:7:10,11 (video).
 

2. "Yaksokhanda, Kûdaerûl did'ko" - May 3, 42nd year (1986?)

Scope and Content Note

Songbook
 

3. "Koryô University: [Kim Dae-hyôn]"

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview, in Korean (no date available).
 

Envelope 1. Koryô University Taetongje - May 10-13, 1989

See 2:8: 1-10 (videos).

 

Envelope 2. Koryô University Wedding - May 28, 1989

See 2:8: 11-13 (videos).

Box 6, Folder 4

"Yonsei University"

 

1. "T'ongilûi yômwônimyô, p'ikkûlnûn hamsôngiyô!!"

Scope and Content Note

Program of events for reunification effort.
 

2. "T'ongil yômwôn-45 nyôn Ko-yôn minjok haebangje"

Scope and Content Note

Schedule of events for the Koryô-Yônsei University people movement.

See 2:7:1-11 (videos) and 3:3:9 (audio recording).
Box 6, Folder 5

"Ewha University"

 

1. Transcript of interview with Sô Chi-hyôn - June 12, 1989, in Korean. See 3:3:15,16 (audio recording).

 

Envelope 1. Ewha University Taetongje - May 29-31, 1989

Box 6, Folder 6

"Sôgang University"

 

1. "Sôgang University P'ungmul hakkyo - Sept. 21, 1989"

 

2. "Ch'ôngnyôn Sôgang kaegang ch'onghoe" - Sept. 21, 1989

 

3. "Police Nab 4 Members of Underground Circle Based at Sogang Univ." Newspaper article, 1989.

 

4. "Aegukûi Kil" - Sept. 26, in the 45th year.

 

5. "Che 1 hoe p'ungmul hakkyo - Hanatoemûl wihayô" - Sept. 21, 1989

Scope and Content Note

(The first P'ungmul school)
Schedule of events
 

Subfolder 1. "Sôgang University - Minsokpan, Spring 1989"

 

a. "Sôgang T'alban" - June 10

 

b. Transcript of interview with Sôgang Minsokpan - June 10, 1989, in Korean.

See 3:3: 17,18 (audio recordings).

 

6. Letter from Samulnori - June 7, 1990

 

7. Copy of notes for "P'yongtaek karak"

 

Subfolder 2. The Sôgang Herald, vol. 22, no. 115, November 30, 1998.

 

8. Small booklet with song text

 

9. "P'ungmul kangsûhoe charyochip" by Sôgang kugakpan

Box 6, Folder 7

Minyo yônguhoe and Maekpak1986

 

1. Minyo yônguhoe October 1986: "Ch'ôtsaebyôk"

Scope and Content Note

Songbook with a few songs and a poem translated

See 3:3:1 (audio recording).
 

2. Notes on a flyer for the university newspaper, Taehak chonghap sinmun.

 

3. Schedule of events for Seoul National University's taetongjae: "Saebyôk ch'ulchông"

 

4. "Do-San Ahn Chang Ho in the Korean Independence Movements"

Scope and Content Note

Program notes for the first colloquium, February 7-8, 1994
 

5. "Kim Sang Ch'ul at Minyo yôngguhoe"

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of lecture or talk
 

6. " Maekpak - T'ongil saenorae moûm"

Scope and Content Note

Song book by Maekpak of Sôgang University -"New songs for unification"
 

7. "Ichen chamdûl su ôptda" - Maekpak's second performance

Scope and Content Note

May 22, in the 42nd year
Songbook by Maekpak with introduction translated
Box 6, Folder 8

Minyo yôngguhoe 1987

Box 6, Folder 9

"2 Student demo songbooks"

See 1:4: 6-12, "Translations and notes of student songbooks" (documents).

Box 6, Folder 10

"Taetongje Programs"

 

1. "Nogo taetongje" - May 25-27, 45th year

Scope and Content Note

29th Anniversary of Sôgang University
Schedule of events.

See 2:10:6-14 (videos).
 

2. "Ch'yôra! T'ongilkkuna hanip ausôngûro..."

Scope and Content Note

May 25, in the 45th year
Sôgang University -Minsok munhwa yông'guhoe

See 2:10:6-14 (videos).
 

3. " 5/16/89 read at end of 1st p'ungmul practice for taetongje of Sôgang (5/25-27)"

 

4. The Third Nogo saenorae charang madang"

Scope and Content Note

May 25, in the 45th year

See 2:10:6-14, (video).
 

5. "Sanggomun" - May 11, in the 45th year

Scope and Content Note

84th Anniversary of Koryô University

See 3:3:10, 11 (audio recordings).
 

6. "Saebyôk ch'ulchông" - May 24-26, in the 45th year.

Scope and Content Note

Information and schedule of events for Seoul National University See 2:11:1-3 (video).
 

7. "Kkot'p'anûn ch'ônyô" - May 26, in the 45th year

Scope and Content Note

Songbook
 

8. Closing event of "Saebyôk ch'ulchông" - "Chôroe kichi"

 

9. 1989 taetongje program for Ewha University.

See 2:9: 1-8 (videos).

 

10. "Ôhô, Changbyôkûl kkaeja" - May 22

Scope and Content Note

Sôgang University, Department of Korean music
 

11. "Sôkt'ap taetongje" - May 10-13

Scope and Content Note

Koryô University.

See 2:8:1-10 (video).
 

12. "T'ongil kiwôn hanmadang" - May 31, 45th year

Scope and Content Note

Ewha University

See 2:9:4-7 (video).
Box 6, Folder 11

"Haksaeng munhwa undong" (Student cultural movement).

 

1. Program for "Kutp'ae 'Haewôn'" - April 4, 5, 1987

 

2. Advertisement for [Chông T'ae-ch'un's] "Norae kûk" - October 7-9, 1989

 

3. Newsletter published by Koryô and Yonsei University

 

4. Letter from "Samul Nori" via Suzanna - April 8, 1988

 

5. [Yu Ch'o-ha]. "Chônt'ong ûi pip'anjôk kyesûng gwa sahoe yôksajôk yoine taehan pansôngjôk sôngch'al." 90 nyôndae hanguk sahoe ûi chaengjôm 38. Seoul: n.p., n.d., p. 361-71.

 

6. Songbook "Kkotp'anûn ch'ônyô," - May 26, in the 45th year.

 

7. Notes

Box 6, Folder 12

Translations and notes of student songbooks

Scope and Content Note

Also notes from interviews with students
Box 6, Folder 13

Papers by others

 

Envelope 1. Two drafts of "Shamans, Students, and the State: Politics and the Enactment of Culture in South Korea, 1987-1988" by Timothy R. Tangherlini

 

1. Student paper on student movements, the Korean government, and folk songs

 

Subseries 5: Field Notes/Journals

Box 6, Folder 14

May 31 1986 to October 14, 1986

Box 6, Folder 15

March to May 1987; June 16; September 25, 1988; April 1989

Box 6, Folder 16

April-June 1988

Box 6, Folder 17

September-October 1989

Box 6, Folder 18

Dissertation notebook

Box 6, Folder 19

Mini notebooks

 

1. Korea June-July 1988

 

2. September 1988

 

3. September, October 1988

 

4. June-July, September-October 1988

 

5. Seoul September-October 1989

 

6. Korea August-September 1991, July-August 1993.

 

7. Other notes

 

Envelope 1. Notes to unidentified recording

 

Subseries 6: Korean-American

Box 7, Folder 1

"KYCC Members phone numbers and addresses"

 

1. Lists from 1993, Spring 1994, 1994-95, and 1995-96.

 

2. Notes with names and numbers

Box 7, Folder 2

"Ch'ônmunwôn" (Korean Youth Cultural Center)

 

Subfolder 1. "KYCC Club Literature"

 

a. Brochure on KYCC: April 1990; Summer `91; `93-`94.

 

b. Translation of brochure

 

c. Constitution for KYCC `93-`94.

 

d. Statement of Purpose of KYCC (?) - Fall ` 97, Fall `89

 

e. 1993 Calendar made by KYCC

 

f. KYCC "Application"

 

g. Survey - `93-`94

 

h. Essay by student (?): "CKS Music 26 Presentation"

 

i. Program for "KYCC MT" - February 18, 1994.

See 3:5:27 (audio recording).

 

j. KYCC announcement for elections

 

k. Dillings letter to KYCC about Music 26.

See 3:5:31 (audio recording).

 

l. Eric Cho - "Intro to Spring Symposium" (in Korean) - `93-`94.

 

m. Program notes for Reunification Culture Night - April 22, 1994

See 3:5: 36, 37 (audio recordings).

 

n. Program notes for "Korean Reunification Symposium V" - April-20, 1995

Box 7, Folder 3

"Ch'ônmunwôn" cont.

 

Subfolder 2. "Saeach'im" (New Dawn)

 

a. Issues of "Saeach'im" published by KYCC: 2 (5/5); 5 (10/5/92); 7 (12/5/92); 9 (3/5/93); 10 (4/9/93); 11 (5/5/93); 12 (6/5/93); 20 (11/11/95; 21 (2/1/96); 22 (4/14/96); 23 (8/9/96).

 

b. Program notes for KYCC's M435's concert - August 10, 1996.

 

Subfolder 3. "Photos"

 

a. Photos of KYCC and Koreans in America

 

b. Pictures of student demonstrations in Korea

 

c. Pictures of culture clubs of various campuses preparing for the spring festival.

 

d. Color slides of KYCC and Koreans in America

 

e. Photo negatives of KYCC P'ungmulp'ae

Box 7, Folder 4

"CKS" (Committee for Korean Studies)

 

1. Notes: 4/8/94; 11/19/93

 

2. Various issues of Panghyang, Direction, UCB KSA Publication: 13/1 (9/25/89); 14/3 (Dec. 1990-Jan. 1991); 18/1 (Oct.-Nov. 1993); 19/1 (Feb.-March 1994).

 

3. "Committee for Korean Studies Year-end Evaluation- 4/29/94"

Box 7, Folder 5

"P'ungmulp'ae"

 

Subfolder 1. "P'ungmul"

 

a. "P'ungmul Class"- 1989-90

 

b. Notes: 7/21/91; 4/21/90; 3/10/94; 1/27/94; 11/19/94; 4/21/94.

 

c. Korean notation for "Honam udo iri p'angut"

 

d. "Sôlchanggu karak"

 

e. "` 94 Summer P'ungmul Class"

 

Subfolder 2. "P'ungmul Haksûp"

 

a. Essay: "Minjung munhwa ûi kkot: P'ungmul"

 

b. "The Heart of People's Culture: P'ungmul" - "Article distributed in p'ungmul training group to new members of KYCC: source unknown"

 

c. "KYCC P'ungmulp'ae Arts Group, Study Group, presenter's outline" - October 28, 1993.

 

d. "KYCC P'ungmulp'ae prepared by [Im Chi-ôn]" - November 4, 1993

 

e. Essay: "Hanguk chônjaeng ûi chôngae kwajông" from Hanguk hyôndaesa 2.

Scope and Content Note

"Assignment for 3/17/94 P'ungmulp'ae haksûp"
 

Subfolder 3. Mansawip'ae

 

a. Notes and musical notes from March 25, 1989 -July 20, 1991

 

b. Program notes for "Hangawi taejanch'i," concert by S.F. Man-Sa-We Troupe, September 16, 1989.

Box 7, Folder 6

"KYCC - Norae"

 

1. "Song Texts: Music of the Korean & Korean American students cultural movement"- 1994

 

2. "Tape song order"

 

3. "Tôbulô salge hanûn norae," from Salm kwa môt, p. 30-33.

 

4. Noraet'ô songs, 1994

 

5. "Songs for 2/18/94 MT"

See 3:5:27 (audio recording).

 

6. Itinerary for 3/12/94

 

7. Noraet'ô schedule for Spring `94

 

Subfolder 1. "KYCC Songs"

 

a. "`93 Hanmadang P'ungmulp'ae MT Songbook"

 

b. "Songbook for the Children's Cultural School"

 

c. Copies of songs for KYCC 1/27/90

Box 7, Folder 7

"Activities - KYCC"

 

Subfolder 1. "KYCC Culture Nights and Performances"

 

a. Program notes and notes for Korean Culture Night, April 8, 1989.

 

b. Program notes for The Commemoration Ceremony of the April Revolution

 

c. Program notes for the Fall Cultural Festival- 1989

 

d. Program notes for the 6th Anniversary Fall Cultural Festival - November 13, 1993.

See 3:5: 23,24 (audio recording).

 

e. Program notes for the 8th Fall Cultural Festival - November 11, 1995

See 3:5:71 (audio recording).

 

f. The Korea Central Daily, S. F. article on the 8th Fall Cultural Festival - November 16, 1993

 

g. Stage hand notes for the 1993 Fall Cultural Festival

 

Subfolder 2. "Symposia"

 

a. Program for "Korea Reunification Symposium II: Toward Ending the Cold War in Korea" - April 16, 17 1993

 

b. Program notes for "Reunification Culture Night" - April 22, 1994

See 3:5:34 (audio recording).

 

c. Flyer for The Third Annual Arts Concert, "Saettang sori" - May 20, 1994

 

Subfolder 3. "Tongp'o sahoe" (Korean-American Society)

 

a. Announcement for KACTUS, Korean-American Community for Tomorrow's Unified Society

 

b. Articles from The Korea Central Daily, S. F., November 16, 1993

 

c. "Speech by [Kim Sông-kwan] of Tongp'o Yôngusô at KYCC Fall Cultural Festival - Survey Results"

 

d. Survey for Korean-Americans

 

Subfolder 4. "Other Activities - Chisin Palgi"

 

a. "KYCC Kilnori 1/29/94"

 

b. Information on summer program: "KYCC Summer `94".

See 3:4:46 (audio recording).

 

c. Program notes, poster, and notes for 7th Fall Cultural Festival - November 19, 1994

Box 7, Folder 8

"NEA" National Endowment for the Arts

 

Subfolder 1. "NEA Money"

 

a. Notes about NEA grant

 

b. "Log of hours"

 

c. "Scope of Services"

 

d. The budget

 

e. Various travel receipts

 

f. Letter to Willie Collins - November 11; November 12; November 12, 1995; July 15, 1996

 

g. Fax to Willie Collins - September 8, 1996

 

Subfolder 2. "NEA - Log at KYCC"

 

a. Letter from Jane Alexander to Mary Anne Hedderson - September 14, 1995

 

b. Fax from Michael Korb to Willie Collins - September 21, 1995

 

c. "Project Summary and Overview"

 

d. Letters of support from Bong Soo Kim, president of The East Bay Korean Senior Citizens Association, Inc.; Alex Han, chairman of The East Bay Korean Chamber of Commerce.

 

e. Curriculum vitae: Margaret (Marnie) Walker Dilling - May 25, 1994.

 

f. Oakland Tribune article on NEA grants - September 28, 1995.

 

g. "Interview Data Sheet"

 

h. Letter from Willie Collins - July 30, 1996; January 25, 1996; March 18, 1996

 

i. Documents on "Scope of Services" as "Korean Cultural Specialist"

 

j. E-mail from ONDINJIJA@aol.com

 

k. Letter from Willie Collins to Justin Kim - August 21, 1995

 

1. "Traditional Arts Program Service Agreement" - March 15, 1996

 

2. "Scope of Services - Korean Cultural Specialist"

 

3. "Log of Hours"

 

4. Fax from Jang Woo Nam or [Nam Chang-u] - August 13, 1996

 

5. Letter to "To whom it may concern" - September 4, 1994

 

6. Fax from Jang Woo Nam - November 9, 1996

 

7. Letter to Willie Collins - October 27, 1996; November 12, 1995

 

8. Brochures on KYCC

 

9. Program for "`96 ch'usôk mat'i hangawi norimadang" - September 28, 1996

Box 7, Folder 9

"KYCC My Research"

 

1. KYCC Questionnaire - Spring 1994

 

2. Consent form for questionnaire - February 12, 1996

 

3. Student response to questionnaire - Spring 1995

 

4. Letter to Ham Sun Ik - November 18, 1993

 

5. Letter to Admissions Committee, UC Berkeley - June 14, 1996

 

6. Outline of lectures on Korean/Korean-American Music for Music 26 -Spring 1994

 

7. Letter from Alan, Mark, and Steve for the Music 26 lecture - March 15, 1994

 

8. Transcript of interview with [Nam Chang-u] - September 30, 1996.

See 3:5:78 (audio recording).

 

Envelope 1. Notes to 2:16: 7-11 (video).

Box 7, Folder 10

"KYCC My Research - Interviews" cont.

 

1. "Proposed Research Project" - Spring/Summer 1990

 

2. "Research plan on music as vehicle of identity in Korean American Student Culture Clubs"

 

3. Notes, questionnaire, and transcript of interview for [Kim Myông-jung] - May 21, 1994; May 1, 1996

See 3:5:76 (audio recording).

 

4. Transcript of interview with [Nam Chang-u] - November 20, 1994.

See 3:5:53 (audio recording).

 

5. Transcript of interview with [Chông Ûn-ju] - March 12, 1996.

See 3:5:74 (audio recording).

 

6. Various notes from interviews

 

Subfolder 1. [Sô Chin-wôn]

 

a. "Interview Questions" for [Sô Chin-wôn] and others

 

b. Transcript of interview with Sô - July 21, 1990

See 3:5: 10,11 (audio recording).

 

Subfolder 2. KYCC Questionnaire - Spring 1994

 

Subfolder 3. [Yi Ki-sang] and [Kim Hûi-bôm]

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of interview with [Yi Ki-sang] and [Kim Hûi-bôm] -July 21, 1990

See 3:5:11 (audio recording).
Box 7, Folder 11

"KYCC My Research - Field Notes" cont.

 

1. Field notes dated from July 13, 1989 to September 4, 1996

 

2. "1996 Annual Fall Culture Night" - November 23, 1996

Box 7, Folder 12

"UCSD KASA and P'ungmulp'ae"

 

Subfolder 1. Questionnaire

 

a. Questionnaire consent form - February 12, 1996

 

b. Student responses of questionnaire - Spring 1995

 

1. "UCSD KASA changdan and discussion" transcript - June 20, 1995

See 3:5: 68,69 (audio recordings).

 

2. "KASA Pungmul Pae: play and interview" transcript - June 20, 1995.

See 3:5: 68,69 (audio recordings).

 

3. "Group discussion" - on the last 3 questions on questionnaire

 

4. Transcript of interview with Cho Eun-hyung - June 3, 1995

See 3:5: 67 (audio recording).

 

5. Card from Cho Eun-hyung - June 1994

 

6. Program notes: "Hamsông `95: Reflections of Our Past, Images of Our Future" - May 26, 1995

 

7. Notes on "UCSD KASA Culture Night Banquet" - May 26, 1995

 

8. "Visit from Cho Eun-hyung and [Yi Ju-mi]" - August 13, 1996

 

9. "Korean Cultural Awareness Group: Doo Rae Members' Directory"

 

10. Flyer on "KASA Dinner & Performance Nite" - November 14

 

11. Program notes: "Hamsông `97"

Box 7, Folder 13

"UCSD Korean Students"

 

1. Student paper: "One Step Pack, Two Steps Forward: A Bridge Between Ethnic Groups" by Grace D. Kim

 

2. Han Min Jok1/1 (November 1991).

Scope and Content Note

The Journal of Korean-American News and Information.
 

Subfolder 1. "UCSD, KASA, and KC"

Scope and Content Note

Flyer for "Dado: Korean Tea Ritual" -January 18
 

Envelope 1. Momentum2/1 (October 1992).

Scope and Content Note

A publication of UC San Diego for the Asian & Pacific Islander American Community.
 

Subfolder 2. "UCSD Turae"

 

a. Orientation meeting - October 3, 1995

 

b. "1996 Korean Cultural Festival: Korean American Student Cultural Performance Night - Hamsông `96".

See 3:5:72 (audio recording).

 

c. Notes on June 20, 1995

Box 7, Folder 14

"Korean Community - San Diego"

 

Envelope 1. Contacts

Scope and Content Note

Business cards, names and numbers, etc.
 

1. Program for "San Diego Korean Amateur Sports Olympia" - May 2, 1992

 

2. Notes on Min Byung Jin

 

3. Korean article from Korean Daily News, December 11, 1991.

 

4. Flyer for "Tae Kwon Do", San Diego.

 

5. Program for The Korean Catholic Association for San Diego

 

6. Program for Holy Family Church, San Diego - June 9

 

7. Newsletter of Korean Association of San Diego - December, 1990

 

8. Information on James Chu, Korea Daily News.

 

9. Program for Holy Family Church - November 25, 1990

Box 7, Folder 15

"L.A. Korean Students"

 

1. Issue of Yôllim 3 (March 1993)

 

2. Program notes to the 2nd annual "Saettang sori" - May 14, 1993

See 2:16: 14,15 (video).

 

3. Notes on telephone call - May 11, 1993

 

4. Notes on phone conversation with Min Kyu-sung - September 23, 1993

 

5. Advertisement for sale of printed materials published in North Korea - May 24-29, 1993.

 

6. Issue of Hwet Bool1/3 (1993).

 

7. Information and transcript of interview with An Jin Soo - January 21, 1994

See 3:5:54 (audio recording).

 

8. Issue of Han Min Jok 6 (September 27, 1995).

 

9. "Uri munhwa kongdongch'e"

 

10. Various notes and contacts

 

Subfolder 1. "L. A. Minmunyôn" - "Uri munhwa Kongdongch'e"

 

a. Letter to Center for Korean Youth Culture - January 23, 1993

 

b. Program notes for Crescenta Valley High School Korean Club's "Korean Culture Night" - March 31, 1993

 

c. Issue of Yôllim 4 (April 1993)

 

d. Script used at the 2nd annual "Saettang sori" - May 14, 1993

See 2:16: 14,15 (video).

 

e. Essay: "4.29 sat'aerûl parûke alki wihayô" (Understanding the 4/29 situation).

Box 7, Folder 16

"L.A. Korean students" cont.

 

Subfolder 2. Korean Community Journal 5 (March, April 1994)

 

Subfolder 3. "L.A. Korean Cultural Movement; Min Jung Cultural Research Center; Han Ool Lim: UCLA; Copies from Jessica Kim"

 

a. Advertisement for joint concert in Koreatown by "Han Ool Lim" and "Min Jung Cultural Research Center".

 

b. "1990 P'ungmul Kangsûphoe" - March 9-April 27, 1990

 

c. Essay: "Kwanjungkwa hamkke hanûn Madanggûk"

 

d. Issues of Saettang sori5; 6 (7/8/90)

 

e. Program notes for the third "Tôpulô salgi wihayô" - November 3, 1990

 

f. "T'ongil sesang"

 

g. Student essay: "Picture (Kurim)"

 

h. Paper: "The Blossom of Minjung Culture - P'ungmul"

 

i. Paper: "T'alch'um ('Mask' Dance): The Dance That Binds Us As One"

 

j. Essay: "Nolgi choûn uri karak: Minyo"

 

k. Brochure on Han Ool Lim

 

l. Program notes for "Korean Culture Night" by the UCLA Korean Student Association - May 11, 1991

 

m. Letter from Kyung Ho Choe - January 26, 1995

 

n. Essay: "Minjung yesulûi arûm daum"

 

o. Invitation to the Saettang sori concert.

 

p. Brochure on Min Jung Cultural Research Center

Box 7, Folder 17

"Korean Musicians - Los Angeles"

 

Envelope 1. Contacts 1

Scope and Content Note

Names and numbers of Korean musicians in L.A.
 

Envelope 2. Contacts 2

Scope and Content Note

Names and numbers and business cards of the people in the Korean community.
 

Envelope 3. Contacts 3

Scope and Content Note

Media
 

1. "Notes on phone call to Kim Byông-môk" - July 10, 1991

 

2. Information on the Korean School Association

 

3. Flyer on "Korean American and African American Relations in Los Angeles" by Kye-oung Park and Regina Freer - January 27, 1994

 

4. Invitation to a reception "On the Occasion of the National Foundation Day of the Republic of Korea" - October 2, 1992.

 

5. Invitation to a farewell reception for Consul General and Mrs. Chong Sang Park - January 25, 1993.

 

6. Confirmation of the Kim Dong-suk "Korean Classical Music and Dance Company" concert - April 19, 1991.

 

7. Letter to Kim Dong-suk - January 29, 1992

Scope and Content Note

Notes and Dilling's introduction to Kim's group
 

8. Letter to Kim Dong-suk - January 22, 1992

 

9. Flyer for "An Evening of Korean Culture" - April 30, 1992

 

10. Letter to Kim Dong-suk - April 19, 1992

 

11. "Korean Cultural Festival `93 - program draft" - January 13, 1993

 

12. Fax to [Choe Kyông-man] - February 11, 1991

 

13. Program notes for "The 5th Concert of Traditional Korean Music and Dance" presented by Korean Traditional Music Association of America - November 8, 1991.

 

14. Brochure on Korean Classical Music and Dance Company

 

15. Brochure on L.A. Hanmi Opera

 

16. Notes on "Telephone conversation with Yi Byông-sang" - February 28, 1993

 

17. Program notes for "An Evening of Cultural Synergy" - April 30, 1993

 

18. Flyer for "San Diego Korean Cultural Festival `93- Korean Culture World Bound" - January 23-February 6, 1993.

 

19. Various notes

 

Subfolder 1. "My notes on Korean musicians"

 

a. Letter to Kim Dong Suk - January 22, 1992

 

b. Notes on "Phone 'battle' with Kim Dong Suk" - January 29, 1992

 

c. "After Korean Cultural Festival 2/1/92"

 

d. Notes: " 1/3/93: conversations with Yi Byông-sang of Chaemi Kugak Hyôphoe in prep for Jan 23 performance at UCSD Korean Cultural Festival"

 

e. Notes: " 1/23/93 L. A. Korean musicians - main communication today"

Box 7, Folder 18

"Papers an Korean-American Students"

 

1. Notes/outline: "Presentation at Toronto SEM Nov. 1, 1996"

 

2. Paper: "The Unity and Variety of Pungmul at KYCC"

 

3. Paper: "Music as Medium of Ethnic Identity among Korean American Students"

 

4. Abstract: "Music as Medium of Ethnic Identity among Korean American Students" - Nov. 21, 1991

 

Subfolder 1. "KYCC `93-`94"

 

a. Various pieces of notes on contact people

 

b. "Berkeley/Oakland Korean American address and phone numbers 1989-90"

 

c. Notes during [Nam Chang-u] interview - September 30, 1996

See 3:5:78 (audio recording).

 

Subfolder 2. "Culture, Clubs, and Crises: Defining Moments for Korean American Music Makers"

Scope and Content Note

Paper presented at the Northern California Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology, UC Berkeley, February 29, 1993.
 

Subfolder 3. "Music-Making in Korean Student Culture"

Scope and Content Note

UCSD world music lecture
 

Subfolder 4. "Learners and Makers: Young Koreans and their Culture"

Scope and Content Note

"East Asian workshop" IEAS, UC Berkeley, July 24-28, 1989.
 

Subfolder 5. "Korea Youth Cultural Center Nears 10th Anniversary"

 

Subfolder 6. "Music as Medium of Ethnic Identity among Korean American Students"

Box 7, Folder 19

Readers and Others

 

1. "Hanguk hyôndaesa 1" (Contemporary Korean history).

 

2. "CKS Reunification Group Study" - Spring 1994

 

3. Notes

 

4. Flyer for "The Korean Culture Festival" - January 25, 1995

Scope and Content Note

U.C.S.D.'s Korean American Student Association
Box 7, Folder 20

"Koreans in America: Patterns of Adaptation"

Scope and Content Note

Annual Regional Seminar on Korea -April 29, 1988
Sponsored by the Center for Korean Studies and the East Asian National Resource Center, University of California at Berkeley
Box 7, Folder 21

"Korean American Bibliography"

 

Subfolder 1. "KYCC"

 

a. Phone number and address list of P'ungmulp'ae members

 

b. Various notes

 

Subfolder 2. "Korean Conferences"

 

a. Brochure on "Constructing 'Korea': Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Politics of National Identity and Culture" - April 21-22, 1995

 

b. Flyer of Center for Korean Studies Colloquium: "Overseas Korean and Korean Identity" by Lee Kwang Kyu.

 

1. "Lecture outline"

 

Subseries 7: Manuscript for Book

Box 6, Folder 20

Introduction, Title Page, Table of Contents, Abstract

Box 6, Folder 21

"Introductory Story: 'The Day the Drum was King'"

Box 6, Folder 22

"Part I: Scenes, Chapter 1: Performance"

Box 6, Folder 23

"Chapter 2: Planners"

Box 6, Folder 24

"Chapter 3: Scenario"

Box 6, Folder 25

"Part II: Music, Chapter 4: Scores"

Box 6, Folder 26

"Chapter 5: Ceremony"

Box 6, Folder 27

"Chapter 6: Korean Traditional Music"

Box 6, Folder 28

"Chapter 7: Art"

Box 6, Folder 29

"Chapter 8: Controversies"

 

1. Incomplete chapter

 

Subfolder 1. Controversies chapter from computer disc

Box 6, Folder 30

"Chapter 9: Perspectives"

Box 6, Folder 31

"Chapter 10: Reviews"

Box 6, Folder 32

Appendices, Charts, etc.

Box 6, Folder 33

Musical Examples

Box 6, Folder 34

Chapter 1 Drafts

 

1. "Chapter 1: Performance"

 

2. "Official Ceremony"

 

3. "Epilogue"

 

4. "Closing Ceremony"

Box 6, Folder 35

Notes, Drafts, Charts, Glossary terms, etc.

 

Subseries 8: Miscellaneous

Box 5, Folder 31

"South-North Korea Exchange Concert 1985" notes

See 2:13:1 (video).

Box 5, Folder 32

"Minjung - Catholic Church"

 

1. Notes

Scope and Content Note

Short bios on people.
 

Subfolder 1. "Minjung"

 

a. "The Han of the Minjung" by A. Sung Park, School of Theology at Claremont

 

b. "Minjung Theology and Liberation Theology" by Jae Sik Koh

 

c. "Minjung Theology: Theology of Transformation and Transformation of Theology" by Roung-chan Ro, George Mason University

 

d. Memo

 

Subfolder 2. Korea Journal24/8 (1984) Articles.

 

a. Choi Suk-woo. "Korean Catholicism Yesterday and Today." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 4-13.

 

b. Cho Kwang. "The Meaning of Catholicism in Korean History." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 14-27.

 

c. Kim Ok-hy. "Women in the History of Catholicism in Korea." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 28-40.

 

d. Ch'oe Ki-bok. "The Abolition of Ancestral Rites and Tablets by Catholicism in the Chosôn Dynasty and the Basic Meaning of Confucian Ancestral Rites." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 41-52.

 

e. Yi Ku-yôl. "200 years of Catholic Art in Korea." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 59.

 

f. Heyman, Alan C. "Shamanist Folk Paintings." Korea Journal24/8 (1984): 60-61.

Box 5, Folder 33

"UC Berkeley Gospel Choir"

 

1. Letter to Sylvester Henderson - September 24, 1994

 

Subfolder 1. The 10th Anniversary Reunion

See 2:14:1 (video) and 3:6: 1,2 (audio recordings).

 

a. Program for The 10th Anniversary Reunion - April 23, 1995

 

b. Postcard announcement for The 10th Anniversary Reunion

 

c. Memo to Sylvester Henderson from Bonnie Wade

 

d. Notes from February 1994-March 1996.

See 3:6: 7,8 (audio recordings).

 

2. Notes dated May 30, 1994; April 26, 1993

 

3. Announcements and flyers of concerts: April 23, 1996 for UCB YIGC and Los Medanos College Gospel Choir

 

4. Music program for UCB YIGC's concert - November 6, 1993.

 

5. Letter from Dan French - May 17, 1995

 

6. Letter to Chancellor Chang-Lin Tien and Robert Cole from YIBC Preservation committee - May 11, 1995

 

Subfolder 2. Mark DeWitt

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of "UCB Gospel Choir Interview: Marnie Dilling and Mark DeWitt -Tuesday, July 13, 1994."
 

7. Transcript of "UC Berkeley Gospel Choir: 4/15/94 Rehearsal Friday 5:30-7..."

 

8. Silvester C. Henderson's c.v.

 

9. UCCE Press Release: "Young Inspirational Gospel Choir Performs - For Immediate Release"

 

10. Notes: "Robinson Foster"; "Gospel Choir Hertz Hall Rehearsal - November 18, 1994"; etc.

 

11. Music program for UCB YIGC's concert - November 5, 1994.

 

12. Letter "To whom it may concern" from Dilling - May 14, 1995.

 

13. "Questionnaire for members of UC Berkeley's Young Inspiration Gospel Choir"

Box 5, Folder 34

"UC Berkeley Gospel Choir" cont.

 

1. "UC Berkeley Gospel Choir: Sylvester Henderson & Olly Wilson" - May 31, 1995

 

Subfolder 1. Idella Watts

 

a. Music program for UCB YIGC's 12th Annual Gospel Experience Concert - April 26, 1997.

 

b. Transcript of "UCB Gospel Choir Interview: Marnie Dilling and Idella Watts - Thursday, July 14, 1994."

 

c. "'I Got Joy,' Jesus, and My G.P.A.: A Preliminary Report on the U.C.S.D. Gospel Choir" by Marnie Dilling.

See 3:6:10 (audio recording).

Box 5, Folder 35

"Book Notes General"

 

1. Raboteau, Albert J. Slave Religion, Oxford, 1978.

 

2. Washington, Booker T. Up from Slavery (in Three Negro Classics, Avonbooks, 1965).

 

3. DuBois, W.E.B. The Souls of Black Folk,1903.

 

4. Herskovits, Melville J. The Myth of the Negro Past.

 

5. Jahn, Janheinz. Muntu: An Outline of Neo-African Culture.

 

6. Bohlman, Philip. The Study of Folk Music in the Modern World. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1988.

Box 5, Folder 36

Ethnomusicology Articles

 

Subfolder 1. Andrew Weintraub

Scope and Content Note

Weintraub, Andrew N. "Theory in Institutional Pedagogy and 'Theory in Practice' for Sundanese Gamelan Music." Ethnomusicology 37/1 (1993): 29-39.
 

Subfolder 2. Symposium on Transcription and Analysis

Scope and Content Note

"Symposium on Transcription and Analysis: A Hukwe Song with Musical Bow." Ethnomusicology 8/3 (1964): 223-77.
 

Subfolder 3. Harold S. Powers

Scope and Content Note

Powers, Harold S. "Language Models and Musical Analysis." Ethnomusicology24/1 (1980): 1-60.
 

Subfolder 4. Steven Feld

Scope and Content Note

Feld, Steven. "Symposium on Comparative Sociomusicology: Sound Structure as Social Structure." Ethnomusicology 28/3 (1984): 383-409.
Box 5, Folder 37

Ethnomusicology Articles cont.

 

Subfolder 1. James Porter

Scope and Content Note

Porter, James. "Documentary Recordings in Ethnomusicology: Theoretical and Methodological Problems." In Kay Shelemay's Musical Processes, Resources and Technologies. New York: Garland (1990): 181-94.
 

Subfolder 2. Mantle Hood

Scope and Content Note

Hood, Mantle. "Field Methods and the Human Equation." Chapter 6 in The Ethnomusicologist. Ohio: The Kent State University Press, 1984.
Box 5, Folder 38

Papers

 

1. "Music as Cultural Poetics" by Roger W. H. Savage

 

2. "Directions in Musicology" by Jann Pasler

Box 5, Folder 39

Course Syllabus for Music 208B - Prof. Lewis

Box 5, Folder 40

Music 110 Syllabus

Box 5, Folder 41

"Music of East Asia"

 

Subfolder 1. The Musical Structure of Hagoromo.

Scope and Content Note

"The Musical Structure of Hagoromo" by Marnie Dilling.
Paper for Music 134B: Music of Japan, Spring, 1984.
 

Subfolder 2. Listening Assignments for Music 134 A

Scope and Content Note

Music 134A: Music of East Asia
 

Subfolder 3. Articles

 

a. Provine, Robert C. "The Nature and Extent of Surviving Chinese Musical Influence on Korea." The World of Music 27/2 (1985): 5-17.

 

b. Trân Van Khê. "Chinese Music and Musical Traditions of Eastern Asia." The World of Music.

 

c. Malm, William P. "Japanese Music and its Relations to Other Musical Traditions." The World of Music.

 

d. Song Bang-song. "Glossary." Asian Music 8/2 (1977): 41-43.

 

e. Hakwon-sa. "XIX Dance, Music" from Korea: Its Land, People, and Culture of All Ages. Seoul: Hakwon-sa, 1960.

Box 5, Folder 42

Various contacts

Scope and Content Note

Business cards and names, numbers, and addresses of people in Dilling's professional and personal life.
Box 5, Folder 43

Other

 

1. Program for "Ethnomusicology Spring Festival" presented by the UCLA Department of Music - May 30, 1985

Scope and Content Note

Music and dance of Japan; Japanese court music; Music and dance of Korea.
 

2. Dilling's notes to concert or video recording

 

3. Postcard of kayagum player

 

4. Partial list of Robert Provine's publications

 

5. Smith, Timothy K. "Measured Response: Do Emotions Have Shapes You Can See and then Reproduce?" The Wall Street Journal 125/ 59 (September 23, 1991): A1, A6.

 

6. Letter to Bonnie Wade - January 18, 1996

 

7. Letter to Suzanna Samstag - September 25, 1992

 

8. "Margaret (Marnie) Walker Dilling Selected Bibliography" - April 1997

 

SERIES 2: VIDEO RECORDINGS

 

Subseries 1: 10th Asian Games: Seoul, Korea 1986

Box 8, Folder 1

Opening Ceremony: September 20, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Official international broadcast by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) with English text.
Box 8, Folder 2

Closing Ceremony: October 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Official international broadcast by KBS with English text.
Box 8, Folder 3

Dubbed copy of the local KBS broadcast of the Opening Ceremony with Korean commentary, part 1.

Box 8, Folder 4

Local KBS Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 5

Part 1: Local KBS Opening Ceremony, part 3.

Box 8, Folder 5

Part 2: Local KBS broadcast of the Closing Ceremony with Korean commentary, part 1.

Box 8, Folder 6

Local KBS Closing Ceremony, part 2.

 

Subseries 2: The XXIVth Olympiad- 1988 Seoul

Box 9, Folder 1

Opening Ceremony - September 17, 1988, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

Official international broadcast by KBS.
Box 9, Folder 2

Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Scope and Content Note

Official international broadcast by KBS.
Box 9, Folder 3

Closing Ceremony.

Scope and Content Note

Official international broadcast by KBS.
Box 9, Folder 4

Part 1: Rehearsals of Olympic Ceremonies - June 30, 1988.

See 1:1:2:13:1, "Rehearsals" (document).

Box 9, Folder 4

Part 2: Pak Pyông-ch'ôn demonstrating teaching Ôkonori.

Box 9, Folder 5

Rehearsals of Olympic Ceremonies - September 8, 1988.

Box 9, Folder 6

MBC broadcast of the Opening Ceremony with Korean commentary.

Scope and Content Note

Dubbed from local television broadcast.
Box 9, Folder 7

Beyond All Barriers, director: Im Kwon Taek.

Scope and Content Note

Film about the '88 Seoul Olympics with narration in English (120 min.).
Box 9, Folder 8

"Kyôngch'uk Chônya Taech'ukjôn - Sone Sonjapko"

Scope and Content Note

Festival on the Eve of the Olympics -Hand in Hand.
Official tape by KBS.
Box 9, Folder 9

Olympic Flame Festival in conjunction with the Cultural Festival - Chônju

Scope and Content Note

September 6, 1988
See 1:1:2-3, "International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" (document).
Box 9, Folder 10

Olympic Torch Festival in conjunction with the International Folk Festival - Wonju.

Scope and Content Note

September 12, 1988 (on VHSC), part 1.

See 1:1:2-3, "International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" (document).
Box 9, Folder 11

Wonju, part 2.

Box 9, Folder 12

Wonju, part 3.

Box 9, Folder 13

Wonju, part 4.

Scope and Content Note

Note: Damaged tape. Do not rewind all the way to the beginning of the tape.
Box 9, Folder 14

Olympic Torch Festival in conj. with the International Folk Festival - Ûichôngbu.

Scope and Content Note

September 15, 1988 (on VHSC), part 1.
See 1:1:2-3, "International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" (document).
Note: No sound but dim drums.
Box 9, Folder 15

Ûichôngbu, part 2.

Box 9, Folder 16

Dub of the Official Opening Ceremony tape, Entry of Athletes omitted.

Box 9, Folder 17

Short clips of the Opening Ceremony.

Box 9, Folder 18

KBS local broadcast of the Opening Ceremony.

Box 9, Folder 19

KBS local broadcast of the Closing Ceremony.

Box 9, Folder 20

Dub of the Official Closing Ceremony tape, Entry of Athletes omitted.

Box 9, Folder 21

Short clips of the Closing Ceremony.

Box 9, Folder 22

Clips of the Opening and the Closing Ceremonies.

Box 9, Folder 23

MBC broadcast: "Myôngjakûi Mudae - Kang Sôk-hûi".

Scope and Content Note

For transcription, see 1:1:1-4, [Kang Sôk-hûi] 2 (document).
Box 9, Folder 24

"1988 Seoul Olympic Opening Ceremony Rehearsal - June 30, 1988" (on VHSC).

See 1:1: 2-13:1, "Rehearsals" (document).

Box 9, Folder 25

"1988 Olympic Ceremonies Rehearsal - June 30, 1988 Seoul" (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 26

"Olympic Rehearsal - Sept. 8, 1988" part 1 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 27

Olympic Rehearsal, part 2 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 28

Olympic Rehearsal, part 3 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 29

Olympic Rehearsal, part 4 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 30

Olympic Rehearsal - Opening Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, part 5 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 31

Olympic Rehearsal - Closing, part 6 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 32

Olympic International Folk Festival - Chônju.

Scope and Content Note

September 13, 1988 (on VHSC), part 1.
See 1:1:2-3, "International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" (document).
Box 9, Folder 33

Chônju, part 2.

Box 9, Folder 34

Chônju, part 3.

Box 9, Folder 35

Chônju, part 4.

Box 9, Folder 36

Olympic Torch Festival - Chônju: Okku nongak.

Scope and Content Note

September 6, 1988 (on VHSC), part 1.
See 1:1:2-3, "International Folk Festival, Torch Festival" (document).
Box 9, Folder 37

Chônju: Okku nongak, part 2 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 38

Chônju: Okku nongak, part 3 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 39

Chônju: Okku nongak, part 4 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 40

Chônju: arrival of the torch, part 5 (on VHSC).

Box 9, Folder 41

"Iri nongak p'angut" - September 19, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Seoul Olympic Arts Festival at Seoul nori madang (on VHSC), part 1.
See 1:3:5-3, "Nongak" (document).
Box 9, Folder 42

"Iri nongak" part 2 (on VHSC).

 

Subseries 3: Taejon Expo '93

Box 8, Folder 1

Taejon Expo '93

Scope and Content Note

Copy of the Official Taejon Expo tape with narration in English
Box 8, Folder 2

Huimanggwa Toyak - Taejon Expo ' 93, 1993.8.7.-11.7

Scope and Content Note

The Official Taejon Expo '93 video with narration in Korean
Box 8, Folder 3

Opening Ceremony: August 6, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Dubbed from the local KBS broadcast with Korean commentaries
Box 8, Folder 4

Closing Ceremony: November 7, 1993

Scope and Content Note

Official copy of the local KBS broadcast
 

Subseries 4: The XXVth Olympiad- 1992 Barcelona

Box 8, Folder 1

Opening Ceremony, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

On PAL -copy of video tape.
Box 8, Folder 2

Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Scope and Content Note

On PAL
Box 8, Folder 3

Closing Ceremony

Scope and Content Note

On PAL -copy of video tape.
Box 8, Folder 4

Opening Ceremony, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

PAL transferred onto NTSC
Box 8, Folder 5

Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Scope and Content Note

PAL transferred onto NTSC
Box 8, Folder 6

Opening Ceremony - NBC coverage, part 1.

Box 8, Folder 7

Opening Ceremony NBC, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 8

Closing Ceremony - NBC coverage

Box 8, Folder 9

Voces Unidas Presentation - Long version (8:10) 3/15/96

Box 8, Folder 10

Voces Unidas - "Puedes Llegar" (4:13) 6/17/96

 

Subseries 5: The XXVIth Olympiad- 1996 Centennial Olympic Games in Atlanta

Box 8, Folder 1

Opening Ceremony, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

The official tape distributed by Centennial Events, Inc.
Box 8, Folder 2

Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 3

Opening Ceremony, part 3.

Box 8, Folder 4

Closing Ceremony, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

The official tape distributed by Centennial Events, Inc.
Box 8, Folder 5

Closing Ceremony, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 6

NBC coverage of the Opening Ceremony via KNSD of San Diego, part 1.

Box 8, Folder 7

NBC Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 8

NBC Opening Ceremony, part 3.

Box 8, Folder 9

NBC coverage of the Closing Ceremony, August 4, 1996, part 1.

Box 8, Folder 10

Part 1: NBC Closing Ceremony, part 2.

Box 8, Folder 10

Part 2: KNSD News - Olympic Edition

Box 8, Folder 10

Part 3: The Greatest Moments of the Olympiad with Bud Greenspan, hosted by Bill Macatee

Box 8, Folder 11

Olympic Incidentals

Scope and Content Note

Various clips and interviews with Bob Costas
 

Subseries 6: Other Olympics and Olympics related material

Box 9, Folder 1

1980 Moscow Olympics

Scope and Content Note

Russian film about the 1980 Moscow Olympics
Box 9, Folder 2

1984 Los Angeles Olympics: Opening Ceremony, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

ABC coverage
Box 9, Folder 3

1984 LA Olympics: Opening Ceremony, part 2.

Scope and Content Note

ABC coverage
Box 9, Folder 4

1991 Olympic Festival, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

FOX coverage
Box 9, Folder 5

1991 Olympic Festival, part 2.

Box 9, Folder 6

1992 Albertville Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremony, February 8, 1992

Scope and Content Note

CBS coverage -this tape has about 1 minute more of an introduction than 2:6:7 (video tape).
Box 9, Folder 7

1992 Albertville Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremony

Scope and Content Note

CBS coverage -more complete recording than 2:6:6 (video tape).
Box 9, Folder 8

1992 Winter Olympic Skating

Scope and Content Note

CBS coverage -Short programs and the beginning of the long: Kristi Yamaguchi, Midori Ito, Nancy Kerrigan...
Box 9, Folder 9

1992 Albertville Winter Olympics: Closing Ceremony

Scope and Content Note

CBS coverage -last 23 minutes of the Closing Ceremony.
Box 9, Folder 10

1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics: Opening Ceremony

 

Part 1: Channel 8 local news, "Entertainment Tonight"

 

Part 2: CBS coverage - pre-Ceremony interviews, segments on various athletes, etc.

 

Part 3: Beginning of the Opening Ceremony

Box 9, Folder 11

1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics: "Artistic Portions"

Scope and Content Note

Continuation of the Opening Ceremony
Box 9, Folder 12

1994 Lillehammer Winter Olympics: Closing Ceremony

Scope and Content Note

CBS coverage
Box 9, Folder 13

Part I: 1936 Berlin Olympics: "Olympia"

Scope and Content Note

German film with some Japanese subtitles
Box 9, Folder 13

Part II: "16 Days of Glory"

Scope and Content Note

American film on the 1984 LA Olympics, recorded from TFC
Box 9, Folder 14

"Torch" - Olympic flame of the '36, '80, '84, '88 Olympics

Scope and Content Note

Also the flame of the '86 Asian Games
8 minutes
Box 9, Folder 15

4 minute version of the "Torch" 2:6:14 (video tape)

Scope and Content Note

Flames of the '36, '80, '84, '
 

Subseries 7: Yôn'gochôn 1989

Additional Note

(on VHSC, see 1:4:6-3:3, "Koryô University: Other" (document))
Box 10, Folder 1

"Yôn'gochôn" - October 8, 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 2

"Yôn'gochôn: Kilnori" - October 9, 1989, part 2.

Box 10, Folder 3

"Yôn'gochôn Day I end"- 10/9/89, part 3.

Box 10, Folder 4

"Yôn'gochôn II: Koryô University" - October 10, 1989, part 4.

Box 10, Folder 5

"Yôn'gochôn Day II: Koryô University"- 10/10/89, part 5.

Box 10, Folder 6

"Yôn'gochôn II:" Kilnori at Koryô University combined teams- 10/10/89, part 6.

Box 10, Folder 7

"Yôn'gochôn II, III" - October 10, 11, 1989, part 7

See 3:3:14 (cassette tape).

Box 10, Folder 8

"Yôn'gochôn Day III, Day VI" - October 11, 14, 1989, part 8.

Scope and Content Note

III: Yônsei madangp'ae
VI: Cheer leading, orchestras
Box 10, Folder 9

"Yôn'gochôn machimaknal" - October 14, 1989, part 9.

Scope and Content Note

(Last day)
Box 10, Folder 10

"Yôn'gochôn machimaknal"- 10/14/89, part 10.

Box 10, Folder 11

"Yôn'gochôn end"- 10/14/89, part 11.

 

Subseries 8: Koryô University 1989

Additional Note

(on VHSC, see 1:4:6-3, "Koryô University" (document))
Box 10, Folder 1

"Koryô University Taetongje" - May 10-13 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 2

"Koryô University I" - part 2.

Box 10, Folder 3

"Koryô University I" - part 3.

Box 10, Folder 4

"Koryô University I (II)" - part 4.

Box 10, Folder 5

"Koryô University - Taetongche Day II" - part 5.

Box 10, Folder 6

"Koryô University Taetongche: P'ungmulgûk" - part 6.

Box 10, Folder 7

"Koryô University Taetongche Kay III" - part 7.

Box 10, Folder 8

"Koryô University Day IV" - part 8.

Box 10, Folder 9

"Koryô University" - part 9.

Box 10, Folder 10

"Koryô University" - part 10.

Box 10, Folder 11

"Koryô University Wedding, Nongaktae" - May 28, 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 12

"Koryô University Wedding and Nongaktae" - part 2.

Box 10, Folder 13

"Koryô University Wedding" - part 3.

Box 10, Folder 14

"Koryô University: Nongaktae, Wedding - May 1989"

Scope and Content Note

(on VHS, see 1:4:6-3, "Koryô University: Taetongje" (document))
 

1. "Taetongje 1989" part 5.

 

2. "Wedding"

 

3. "Yôn'gochôn 1989" part 10.

 

Subseries 9: Ewha University

Additional Note

(on VHSC, see 1:4:6-10, "Taetongje Programs" and 1:4:6-5, "Ewha University" (document))
Box 10, Folder 1

"Ewha University Taetongje" - May 29, 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 2

"Ewha University Taetongje I, cont." - part 2.

Box 10, Folder 3

"Ewha University Taetongje Day I" - part 3.

Box 10, Folder 4

"Ewha University: P'angut, election, Hanmadang samul" - part 4.

Box 10, Folder 5

"Ewha University Taetongje: Hanmadang" - part 5.

Box 10, Folder 6

"Ewha University Hanmadang" - part 6.

Box 10, Folder 7

"Ewha University Hanmadang" - part 7.

Box 10, Folder 8

"Ewha University P'angut" - part 8.

 

Subseries 10: Sôgang University

Additional Note

(on VHSC; see 1:4:6-6, "Sôgang University" (document))
Box 10, Folder 1

"Sôgang Maekpak" - Sept. 14, 1988, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

No sound.
Box 10, Folder 2

"Sôgang Maekpak" - part 2.

Scope and Content Note

No sound.
Box 10, Folder 3

"Sôgang University" - Sept. 1, 1989, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

Student demonstration
Box 10, Folder 4

"Sôgang University" part 2.

Box 10, Folder 5

"Sôgang" - May 18, 1989

Scope and Content Note

Sôgang rally and demonstration
Kwangju ûi nal, May 18, 1989
Box 10, Folder 6

"Sôgang Nogo Taetongje" - May 25-27, 1989, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

For program notes, see 1:4:6-10, "Taetongje Programs" (document).
Box 10, Folder 7

"Sôgang University Taetongje"- 5/25/89, part 2.

Box 10, Folder 8

"Sôgang University Taetongje"- 5/25/89, part 3.

Box 10, Folder 9

"Sôgang Day I cont." - part 4.

Box 10, Folder 10

"Sôgang Day I concl, Day II"- 5/26/89, part 5.

Box 10, Folder 11

"Sôgang Day III" - part 6.

Box 10, Folder 12

"Sôgang Kilnori III" - part 7.

Box 10, Folder 13

"Sôgang Pyemaksik" - part 8.

Box 10, Folder 14

"Sôgang Taetongje III-end" - part 9.

Box 10, Folder 15

"Sôgang - Killori" - Sept. 21, 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 16

"Sôgang" - part 2.

Box 10, Folder 17

"Sôgang" - part 3.

Box 10, Folder 18

"Sôgang" - part 4.

 

Subseries 11: Seoul National University

Additional Note

(on VHSC; see 1:4:6-10, "Taetongje Programs")
Box 10, Folder 1

"Seoul National University Taetongje" - May 24-26, 1989, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 2

"Seoul National University Taetongje: Kaemaksik" - part 2.

Box 10, Folder 3

"Seoul National University Taetongje" - part 3.

Box 10, Folder 4

"SNU Rally" - May 12, 1987

Scope and Content Note

"'Folk Life' K5 '87 St"
 

Subseries 12: Protest and others

Box 10, Folder 1

"Sôgang, SNU, Minyo yôngusô Part I" - May, June 1987 (on VHSC)

See 3:3:29 (cassette tape).

 

a. Sôgang festival day 4

 

b. SNU rally - May 29, 1987

 

c. Minyo yôngusô - June 11, 1987, part 1.

Box 10, Folder 2

"Minyo yôngusô"- 6/11/87 meeting (on VHSC), part 2.

Box 10, Folder 3

"P'ungmul Minyo yônguhoe" - July 14-15, 1988 (on VHSC)

Box 10, Folder 4

"Sôgang demo, Koryô, Myôngdong" (on VHSC)

 

a. Sôgang

 

b. Sanggyedong at Myôngdong

 

c. Koryô

 

d. Myôngdong demonstration after hunger strike

Box 10, Folder 5

"Korean student demonstrations" - April, May 1987 (on VHS)

Scope and Content Note

"Festivals 1987"
unedited source
Box 10, Folder 6

"Minyo yônguso; Myôngdong" - June 1987; May 4, 1987 (on VHS)

 

Part 1: Minyo yônguso Part I and II - June 11, 1987

 

Part 2: Myôngdong May 4 demonstration

Box 10, Folder 7

"Myôngdong demonstration" - May 4, 19876 (on VHS)

Scope and Content Note

"Sangyedong at Myôngdong"
Box 10, Folder 8

"Sangyedong 1987" (on VHS)

Scope and Content Note

unedited source
Box 10, Folder 9

"Sangyedong Part II - English version" (on VHS)

Box 10, Folder 10

"Sangyedong at Olympics Torch Festival" - September 15, 1988 (on VHSC)

Box 10, Folder 11

"[Hwang Tae-ik] ordination" - Spring 1987 (on VHSC)

Scope and Content Note

Use of Korean instruments in church
Box 10, Folder 12

"Ch'usôk - Kyôngdong kyohoe" - Sept. 25, 1988 (on VHSC)

Scope and Content Note

Liturgy, after talent show
Box 10, Folder 13

"Easter, [Hwang Tae-ik], Namwôn" (on VHS)

 

Subseries 13: North Korea

Box 11, Folder 1

"South-North Korea Exchange Concert 1985"

See 1:8: 5-31, "South-North Korea Exchange Concert 1985" (document).

Box 11, Folder 2

"P'yôngyang ch'ukchôn kaemaksik" - July 1989

Scope and Content Note

[Che 13 hoe Sekye ch'ôngnyôn haksaeng ch'ukchôn]
(The 13th World Youth Festival)
Box 11, Folder 3

"P'yôngyang ch'ukchôn pyemaksik" - July 1989

Scope and Content Note

[Che 13 hoe Sekye ch'ôngnyôn haksaeng ch'ukchôn]
(The 13th World Youth Festival)
 

Subseries 14: UCB Gospel Choir (see 1:8: 5-33, "UC Berkeley Gospel Choir" (document)

Box 11, Folder 1

"UC Berkeley Young Inspirations Gospel Choir 10th Reunion Concert - 'Gospel Experience'"

Scope and Content Note

April 23, 1995, Zellerbach Auditorium
Silvester Henderson, director
See 1:8:5-33:1, The 10th Anniversary Reunion (document).
Box 11, Folder 2

"UC Berkeley Young Inspirations Gospel Choir 10th Reunion Gospel Experience"

Scope and Content Note

April 23, 1995, Zellerbach Auditorium
(On video Hi8.)
 

Subseries 15: Korean Music General

Box 10, Folder 1

"Iri changgu nori" - July 24, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Practice: [Ryu Sin-uk] / [Kim Il-chu]
(On VHSC)
Box 10, Folder 2

"Iri p'angut, Ewha University" - July 24, 1988

Scope and Content Note

(On VHSC)
Box 10, Folder 3

"[Kim Hyông-sun Iri sôlchanggu" - July 25, 1988, part 1.

 

1. "Changgo nori"

 

2. "Teaching p'angut karak"

 

3. "Class changgo nori"

(On VHSC)

Box 10, Folder 4

"[Kim Hyông-sun] changgo nori"- 7/25/88, part 2.

Box 10, Folder 4

"Iri nongak: [Kim Hyông-sun] teaching"

(On VHSC)

Box 10, Folder 5

"[Pak Ûn-ha], Kungnip kugakwôn" - July-August 1993

 

Part 1: "[Pak Ûn-ha] 'Ch'um kwa sori'" ([Pak Ûn-ha]: 'Dance and sound')

 

Part 2. "Kûmju ûi hyônjang"

See 3:4:23 (cassette tape); 1:3: 5-15, Dilling's Notes on Nongak (document); 1:3:5-11, "Sôlchanggu" (document).

Box 10, Folder 6

"Kungnip kugakwôn Annual Festival" - Spring 1987

Box 10, Folder 6

"Che 4hoe Sinch'un kugak taejejôn, Kungnip kugakwôn"

Scope and Content Note

(4th Annual Spring Festival: National Classical Music Institute).
Box 10, Folder 7

"(Kongja) Sôkchun ch'ukki" - March 9, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Confucian Memorial Ritual, Sungkyun'gwôn University
Box 10, Folder 8

"[Pak Tong-jin] P'ansori: Ch'unhyangga" - March 17, 1987, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

Kosu: [Kim Tong-jun]
See 3:4:42,43 (cassette tape).
Box 10, Folder 9

"[Pak Tong-jin] P'ansori: Ch'unhyangga"- 3/17/87, part 2.

Box 10, Folder 10

"Hûngboga P'ansori: [Pak Tong-jin]" - March 19, 1987, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

Kosu: [Kim Tong-jun]
Box 10, Folder 11

"Hûngboga P'ansori"- 3/19/87, part 2.

Box 10, Folder 12

Part 1: "Hûngboga P'ansori"- 3/19/87, part 3.

Box 10, Folder 12

Part 2: Hanyang demo - April 23, 1987

Box 10, Folder 13

"[Kim Kûm-hwa - Mansudae t'akkut" - April 4, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Note: Labeled "2 of 5" but other tapes cannot be located.
See 3:4:46 (cassette tape).
Box 10, Folder 14

"Pômpei" - April 28, 1987

Scope and Content Note

Buddhist Dance and Music
Box 10, Folder 15

"Royal Ancestors' Ritual" - May 3, 1987

Box 10, Folder 15

"Chôngmyo - Royal Ancestors"

Box 10, Folder 16

"Varia - Seoul Norimadang" - May 3, 4 1987

Box 10, Folder 17

"Seoul Norimadang: Pongsan t'alch'um" - May 4, 1987

 

Part 1: "Pongsan t'alch'um"

 

Part 2: "Kasan okwangdae"

 

Part 3: "Hohoe"

Box 10, Folder 18

"Buddha's Birthday" - May 5, 1987

 

Part 1: "Pogoda Park"

 

Part 2: " May 5: Yoido Pongwônsa and Parade"

Box 10, Folder 19

"Namwôn and Farm Life" - May 7, 1987

Box 10, Folder 19

"Namwôn: P'ansori then farm life"

Box 10, Folder 20

"Chindo: Seoul Norimadang" - May 9, 1987

Box 10, Folder 20

"Tasi raeki; Kangkan sullae; Namdo dûllorae"

Box 10, Folder 21

"T'aekkyôn" - May 14, 1989

Scope and Content Note

T'aekkyôn Exhibition at Seoul Norimadang
Box 10, Folder 22

"Pamp'ae - Chônju" - April 13, 1988

Box 10, Folder 23

"Ch'usôk: Hyehwa sôngdang, Taehakno" - September 25, 1988

Box 10, Folder 24

"Pongsan t'alch'um" - October 4, 1988

Scope and Content Note

At Seoul Norimadang.
Note: Cover labeled as "3" and tape labeled as "1" but no other tapes available.
Box 10, Folder 25

"Olympic Park; Euch Cong Peace Festival" - October 4, 1989

Box 10, Folder 26

"Korean Countryside"

 

Subseries 16: Korean-American Musical Groups

Box 11, Folder 1

"Korean Youth Cultural Center 1st Anniversary" - December 3, 1988, part 1.

Box 11, Folder 1

"Kosa to T'alch'um"

Box 11, Folder 2

"KYCC 1st Anniversary"- 12/3/88, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 2

"T'alch'um to Samul"

Box 11, Folder 3

"Korean Culture Night" - April 8, 1989, part 1.

Box 11, Folder 3

"Kayagum, Jane Gu; Simch'ôngjôn, Act I; T'alch'um"

Box 11, Folder 4

"Korean Culture Night"- 4/8/89, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 4

"Samulnori"

Box 11, Folder 5

"Korean Culture Night"- 4/8/89, part 3.

Box 11, Folder 5

"T'aegwôndo to Hwakwanmu"

Box 11, Folder 6

"Korean Culture Night"- 4/8/89, part 4.

Box 11, Folder 6

"Hwakwanmu end; Act IV"

Box 11, Folder 7

"Mansawip'ae" - October 28, 1989, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

At Koryôch'on chungongsik
Box 11, Folder 7

"Opening Ceremonies: Elaine Kim; guests, [Kim Pong-hwan, Han Kwang-yu]; ribbon."

Box 11, Folder 7

"Entertainment: Mansawip'ae (former Hanmadang, KYCC); Samulnori"

Box 11, Folder 8

"Mansawip'ae"- 10/28/89, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 8

"Continuation of Samulnori; T'alch'um: Popko nori"

Box 11, Folder 9

"KYCC Kaûlche" - October 28, 1989, part 1.

Scope and Content Note

(KYCC Fall Festival)
Box 11, Folder 9

"Rehearsal; History room; Kosa; P'ungmul; Ensemble; Poem; Chorus"

Box 11, Folder 10

"KYCC Kaûlche"- 10/28/89, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 10

"Hapch'ang (Chorus); Ôrinidûl (Children); T'alch'um; Samulnori; Madanggûk"

Box 11, Folder 11

"KYCC Kaûlche"- 10/28/89, part 3.

Box 11, Folder 11

"Madanggûk cont.; Farmers' dance/song; Pukch'um; Theme song: Ilônasô; Audience samul windup"

Box 11, Folder 12

"KYCC Kilnori, Oakland `90" - January 27, 1990, part 1.

Box 11, Folder 12

"New Year: Kilnori, Oakland"

Box 11, Folder 13

"KYCC Oakland Kilnori `90"- 1/27/90, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 14

"LA Korean-American Students: Saettang sori" - May 14, 1993, part 1.

Box 11, Folder 14

"Year after LA Riots: Slides; Skits; P'ungmul"

Box 11, Folder 15

"LA Korean-American Students: Saettang sori"- 5/14/93, part 2.

Box 11, Folder 15

"LA Riots Memorial"

Box 11, Folder 16

"Korean-American Student Association, UCSD Samulnori" - May 23, 1993

Box 11, Folder 16

"Korean Samulnori, KASA"

Box 11, Folder 16

"Sansoe: Linn Cook"

Box 11, Folder 16

"First UCSD Samulnori group; Indian dancers; Hawaiian dancers"

Box 11, Folder 17

"Korean Festival - Student Presentations" - March 6, 1996

Scope and Content Note

"UCSD, Price Center Theater"
Box 11, Folder 18

Part 1: "Barcelona Marathon; Beginning of Closing Ceremony" - Aug. 9, 1992

Box 11, Folder 18

Part 2: Election `92 PBS Special: "Listening to America" with Bill Moyers

On Los Angeles Riots.

 

Subseries 17: Paper and Lecture Demos

Box 11, Folder 1

"Hodori" - November 1, 1988

Scope and Content Note

Demo tape for paper, "Hodori's Hat" given at the Colloquium for The Center for Korean Studies.
See 1:2:4-22, "Korean Papers and Others" (document).
Box 11, Folder 2

"Music of Prayer, Protest, and Play" - November 1987

Scope and Content Note

Demo tape for paper given at the 1987 SEM Conference.
See 1:2:4-22, "Korean Papers and Others" (document).
Box 11, Folder 3

"Foreign and Familiar; Song World Never Heard; Sound of Millennia"

Scope and Content Note

Demo tape for papers, "The Familiar and the Foreign: Music as Interpreter at the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies" delivered at the SOAC and "A Song the World Never Heard: Music as Interpreter of the Seoul Olympic Ceremonies" delivered at the SEM Conference November 9-12, 1989.
See 1:1:3-14, "Papers on Olympics" (document).
Box 11, Folder 3

"Sound of Millennia excerpt for the SEM chapter meeting".

Box 11, Folder 4

"Seoul Olympics Ceremonies - short synopsis"

Scope and Content Note

Demo tape for SEM paper -November 8-12, 1989.
Box 11, Folder 4

"20 minute excerpts of opening, closing ceremonies"

Box 11, Folder 5

"Seoul Olympic Ceremonies 1988: Synopsis, dissertation committee" - August 28, 1990.

Box 11, Folder 5

"Seoul Olympic Ceremonies 25 minute synopsis."

Box 11, Folder 6

"Olympic March Past"

Box 11, Folder 6