From Xuan He Feng Shi Goryeo Tu Jing to Watch Chinese Music Spread to the East
Abstract: The Xuan He Feng Shi Gaoli Tu Jing was important information for studying the music in Song Dynasty spread to the Gaoli (Korea), its unique historical value for other historical books in Song Dynasty not available. It reflected the a lot of Korea historical details came from China such as Lubu guchui (royalritual music) of Korea emulated Chinese one, music instruments used of Chinese system and integration of Korea own characteristics, its ritual of holding theinstruments but not playing in the period of “music forbidden” also from China. Gaoli Tujing showed that the music exchanges between two countries quite frequently in the years of Xi Ning (1068–1077), Yuan Feng (1078–1085) in Song Dynasty, Munjong of Goryeo consulted the Emperor Shenzong of Song and asked to teach the Chinese royal court music, and since then formed the tradition of studying Chinese music, which at least continued to the year of Zhenghe (1111–1117) in North Song Dynasty.
Key Words:Xuan He Feng Shi Gaoli (Korea) Tu Jing, Chinese music spread to the East, the value of historical materials