Salpuri-Chum, A Korean Dance for Expelling Evil Spirits: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation of its Artistic Characteristics
This book is a study of Salpuri-Chum, a traditional Korean dance for expelling evil spirits. The authors explore the origins and practice of Salpuri-Chum. The ancient Korean people viewed their misfortunes as coming from evil spirits; therefore, they wanted to expel the evil spirits to recover their happiness. The music for Salpuri-Chum is called Sinawi rhythm. It has no sheet music and lacks the concept of metronomic technique. In this rhythm, the dancer becomes a conductor.
Salpuri-Chum is an artistic performance that resolves the peoples sorrow. In many cases, it is a form of sublimation. It is also an effort to transform the pain of reality into beauty, based on the Korean peoples characteristic merriment. It presents itself, then, as a form of immanence. Moreover, Salpuri-Chum is unique in its use of a piece of white fabric. The fabric, as a symbol of the Korean peoples ego ideal, signifies Salpuri-Chums focus as a dance for resolving their misfortunes.
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3 Shamanic Ritual as a Way to Expel Evil Spirits
4 The Development of SalpuriChum
5 Three Main Styles of SalpuriChum
6 Other Styles of SalpuriChum as Local Cultural Treasures
7 SalpuriChum and Other Korean Traditional Dances
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