Kim Jong-Jae is a composer and performer of haegeum and geomungo. His compositions are known for combining Korean traditional music with western elements. He has composed over 200 pieces and was involved in the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 World Cup in Japan/South Korea. The haegeum is a 2 stringed Korean fiddle, held vertically and played with a bow. It is used in court music and folk music. Kim Young-Jae plays haegeum accompanied by Jang Duk-Hwa on jannggo percussion. Recorded in Seoul in 1995.
1. Kin Arirang 2. No-rae Ga-rak 3. Cheong-chun Ga 4. No-deul Gang-byeong 5. Tae-pyeong Ga 6. Pet-No-rae 7. Chang-bu Ta-ryeong 8. Kkok-du-gak-si/ Gal-kka-bu-da 9. Bang-a Ta-ryeong 10. Han O-baek-nyeon 11. Gang-won-do Arirang 12. Yang San-do 13. I-byeol Ga 14. Mong-gum-bo Ta-ryeong 15. Hang-gan-su Ta-ryeong 16. Be-teul Ga 17. Sang-ju Hab-chang 18. Do-ra-ji 19. Nil-ri-ri-ya 20. Kum-bam Ta-ryeong 21. Mil-yang Arirang 22. Jin-do Arirang 23. Yuk-ja Baek-i 24. Eo-rang Ta-ryeong