ㆍ발행기관 : 한국무용기록학회ㆍ수록지정보 : 한국무용사학 / 3권 ㆍ저자명 : 이미영 ( Lee Mi Young )
Jindo Drum Dance, dancing with two drumsticks, is the representative dance of Honam region. Jindo Drum Dance appears while playing farm music, and represents Jindo area. It began from the drummers in a band of mendicant priests of Jindo Field Song, and by included as a farm music, it is currently called as `Jindo Drum Dance`. The Sects of Jindo Drum Dance are typically divided into three seas. First two seers are Park, Gwan Yong sect and Yang, Tae Ok sect, which both named after possessors of human cultural asset, Last sect is Park, Byung Chun sect. Park, Gwan Yong and Yang, Tae Ok`s dance style is dance appearing within the course of farm music, however, Park, Byung Chun`s dance style is adding dance to rhythm of farm music. They all maintain individual`s style. However, most of students and dancers follows Park, Byung Chun style Jindo Drum Dance, not Park, Gwan Yong and Yang, Tae Ok`s style even though they all are human cultural asset holders. This study will research aesthetic characteristics of Park, Byung Chun style Jindo Drum Dance which has been realized to the stage as sole performance by applying historic research and personal inheriting experience, video analysis, and researching documents as research method. Therefore, this study has its purpose on presenting objective materials and examining aesthetic sense or our dances by studying aesthetic characteristics appeared on movements of Park, Byung Chun style Jindo Drum Dance which is popularly danced by people today. Also, at the level of generalizing, developing and preserving our traditional dance, this study has significance of distinguishing our traditional dance`s artistic level by examining aesthetic characteristics appeared on Jindo Drum Dance.