Page from the Akhakgwebeom depicting a banghyang (metallophone)
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The Akhak gwebeom (Korean: 악학궤범, literally "musical canon") is a nine-volume treatise on music, written in Korea in the 15th century, in the Joseon Dynasty. It is written by hand in hanja, and depicts, in line drawings, most of the musical instruments in use at the time, with detailed descriptions and fingerings.
- Chang, Sa-hun (1976). Hanguk Eumaksa (The History of Korean Music). Seoul, South Korea: Eumsa.
- Images from the Akhakgwebeom
- Images of string instruments from the Akhakgwebeom
- Images of percussion instruments from the Akhakgwebeom
- Lists of Akhakgwebeom images 악학궤범 (樂學軌範) from Korean Studies Information Center, Academy of Korean Studies (Korean)
- Brief information about 악학궤범 (樂學軌範) from Korean Studies Information Center, Academy of Korean Studies (Korean)
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