Pieces composed in the 1960s and 70s by the gayageum master Hwang Byung-Ki. These were considered groundbreaking at the time, and still today are heralded as pioneering a new form of music. The title track, The Labyrinth, is performed with Hong Sin-Cha, an internationally acclaimed, avant-garde artist and choreographer, and is a seminal work of new Korean music. From performing at the Carnegie Hall, or lecturing at Harvard to leading In 1990 a group of South Korean musicians at a Music Festival for Reunification in Pyeongyang, North Korea, Hwang Byung-Ki is a true legend of Korean music.
1. The Labyrinth (17:48) 2. Beside a Chrysanthemum (9:15) 3. Sanun Part I (3:49) 4. Sanun Part II (3:24) 5. Sanun Part III (1:36) 6. Sanun Part IV (1:43)