Two Traditional Korean Songs
"Arirang," the most popular Koeran folk song, and "Doraji" are featured in a resource that includes suggestions for how to incorporate these hauntingly beautiful songs into your curriculum.
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- Use as part of a music class, folk song study, or a multi-cultural performance
- Includes a pronunciation guide, suggestions for accompaniment, templates for the sheet music, and links to PDF versions of the songs
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- Arirang - First Page
- Arirang - Second Page
- Doraji - First Page
- Doraji - Second Page
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