First in a series of albums that showcase young Korean musicians performing traditional sanjo (scattered melodies). Sanjo developed from pansori and the shaman music from the southwest, was adapted in 1896 and is today the most popular instrumental genre. This CD features four musicians on four tracks. 1. Haegeum Sanjo (fiddle) played by Kim Sung Ah, a solo improvisation with percussion. 2. Daegeum Sanjo (bamboo flute) played by Sim Sang Nam. 3. Ajaeng Sanjo (bowed zither) played by Lee Tae Baek. 4. Sinawi, featuring all four musicians playing in an improvisational ensemble.