Sheet Music: Doraji

Alternate titlesToraji
ComposerTraditional Korean
InstrumentationFlute solo
KeyG major
Time signature3/4
Tempo90 BPM
Performance time0:40
Difficulty leveleasy
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Date added2010-09-24
Last updated2010-09-24
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Friday 24 September 2010

Tune of the Day: Doraji

Traditional Korean song

“Doraji” is a folk song popular among the ancient Korean and Chinese peoples. The song originated from North Korea. The doraji of the title is a beautiful wildflower, which is usually called the Chinese bellflower in English. This white flower grows on the shady slopes of Korean mountains.

“Doraji” and “Arirang” are the two folk songs that represent North and South Korea. Interestingly enough, they are both performed in triple meter.