List of Works
Autumn Sky for 25-string gayageum solo 2001
Eternity for daegeum and jing 2001
Chaos but Hope for Korean traditional orchestra 2001
Going to Asia for gayageum, geomungo and soegeum 2001 (CD KBS FM Series for the Twenty-First Century: Korean Traditional Music no. 55, 2002)
Habitus for four twenty-five-string gayageums 2002 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul Records, 2006)
Sinpungryu for twenty-five-string gayageum and soegeum 2002 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul records, 2006)
Multitone for daegeum and electronically manipulated daegeum and voice 2002 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul records, 2006)
Chepitongjakkot for haegeum solo 2002
Rule of Circulation (alternate version of Chepitongjakkot) for three haegeums 2002
Flying for Korean traditional orchestra 2002
New Sangjeoga (alternate version) for Korean male singer, daegeum, piri, haegeum, yanggeum, ajaeng, cello, janggo, buk, gong, and brass wind chime 2003
Prism and Spectrum for piri/taepyeongso, daegeum/soegeum, ajaeng, and three percussionists 2003 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul records, 2006)
A Trip to West – Out into the World for daegeum, violin, and cello 2003
Pak and Pak for new pansori and Korean traditional orchestra 2004
His Life was the Light for Korean traditional orchestra 2004
Joy, Anger, Affection and Pleasure for Korean traditional orchestra 2004
The Moment for daegeum and five-string revised pipa 2005
The Neighbor for daegeum and eighteen-string gayageum 2005
Love Myself (alternate version of Chepitongjakkot) for haegeum and piano 2005 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul records, 2006)
New Sangjeoga (alternate version) for Korean male singer, daegeum, haegeum, and piano 2005 (Minsokwon: Forgotten Love in Everyday Life, 2006; CD with same title, Seoul records, 2006)
Seven Stories for soegeum, daegeum, saenghwang, haegeum, four gayageums, ajaeng, yanggeum, and percussion 2006
Beauty of Snow for ajaeng and piano 2006
Hung for daegeum and piano 2006
New Yeomillak for haegeum and piano 2006
The Fragrance of Nature II for gayageum and piano 2006
Lost Words for Korean traditional orchestra 2007
Sensibility and Intelligence for gayageum duet (two performers on each part) 2007
Red Bird for traditional ensemble and female voice 2007
Respect the Heaven and Work for People for traditional voice and female voice 2007
Narasha for female voice and three gayageum parts 2007
Euphoria for nine twenty-five-string gayageums (three performers on each part) 2008
Journey to the Memory for solo haegeum with Western orchestra 2008
Cognitive Dissonance for daegeum, human voice (vocalizing), and electronic music 2008
Asian Bossa Nova for thirteen-string koto, seventeen-string koto, twelve-string gayageum, piano, and two percussionists (janggo and various instruments) 2008
Ta for soegeum, daegeum, piri, haegeum, modernized yanggeum, twenty-five-string gayageum, geomungo, ajaeng, Western wind chimes, the two largest buk drums, and large jing 2009
Cheomseongdae, the Dream of a Thousand Years for Korean traditional female voice haegeum, and piano 2009
Example 1: opening section, mm. 1-15, showing Korean influence through the slow tempo. Ornaments, vibrato, and emphasis on major seconds/perfect fourths.
Example 2: mm. 81-90 (central section beginning in m. 82), showing reorganization of ten beat otmori changdan into various patterns.
Example 3: haegum trio version, mm. 38-49, showing heterophonic second section beginning in m. 42 that is not in the haegum/piano version.
Example 1: movement 1, mm. 1-23, showing the introduction of the A1, A2, A3, B, C and D motives.
Example 2: movement 2, mm. 64-82, showing the eight-measure idea, its first variant, and the two-measure ostinato pattern.
Example 3: movement 3, mm. 244-257, showing the nine measure melodic idea and the beginning of its first variant.
Example 1: opening section, mm. 12-28, showing conflicting ostinato patterns in the kayagum and the Korean-influenced melody.
Example 2: section three, mm. 160-169, showing new pentatonic scale (C-Eb-F-Ab-Bb) used for melody in the soegum and yangkum, with arpeggios in the kayagum and slower-moving komungo and ajaeng parts.
Example 3: section four, mm. 207-214, using the chajinmori pattern in 12/8.