Younghi Pagh-Paan

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Younghi Pagh-Paan
Hangul 박영희
Hanja 朴泳姬[1]
Revised Romanization Bak Yeonghui
McCune–Reischauer Pak Yǒnghǔi

Younghi Pagh-Paan (born 1945) is a South Korean composer.

Life[edit]

Pagh‑Paan was born in Cheongju, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea.[2] She studied music at the Seoul National University from 1965-71. In 1974 she received a DAAD scholarship to study in Germany and entered the Freiburg Musikhochschule, where she studied composition with Klaus Huber, analysis with Brian Ferneyhough, music theory with Peter Förtig and piano with Edith Picht-Axenfeld.[3]

After completing her studies, she took guest professorships at Graz in 1991 and Karlsruhe in 1992-93. In 1994 she became a professor of composition at the University of the Arts Bremen. She founded and serves as director of Atelier Neue Musik.[4]

Honors and awards[edit]

  • 2009 15th KBS Global Korean Award
  • 2009 Member of the Akademie der Künste, Berlin
  • 2007 Order of Civil Merit of the Republic of Korea (South Korea)
  • 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award of Seoul National University
  • 1995 Heidelberg Artists Prize
  • 1985 Scholarship from the Kunststiftung of Baden-Württemberg
  • 1980/1981 Scholarship at the Südwestfunk's Heinrich‑Strobel-Stiftung
  • 1980 1st Prize of the City of Stuttgart
  • 1979 1st Prize at the Rostrum of Composers (Unesco, Pads)
  • 1979 Nan‑Pa Music Prize, Korea
  • 1978 1st Prize at the 5th Composers Seminar in Boswil (Switzerland)

Works[edit]

Her works include:

  • 2010/2011 Hohes und tiefes Licht
  • 2010 Im Lichte wollen wir wandeln
  • 2010 Silbersaiten
  • 2010 Silbersaiten II
  • 2009 Silbersaiten III
  • 2009 Unterm Sternenlicht
  • 2009 Attende, Domine, miserecordiam tuam
  • 2009 Den Müttern
  • 2008 I thirst
  • 2008 Fanfare
  • 2007 Bleibt in mir und ich in euch
  • 2007 Qui-Han-Nim / Edler Mann
  • 2007 Gi-da-ryu-ra / Warte nur
  • 2007 Das Universum atmet, es wächst und schwindet
  • 2007 Vide Domine, vide afflictionem nostram
  • 2007 In luce ambulemus
  • 2006 Mondschatten (Moon Shadow)
  • 200 5HANG-SANG III
  • 2005 Hin-Nun II / White Snow
  • 2004/05 Wundgeträumt
  • 2003 Moira
  • 2002 Louise Labé
  • 2002 Silbersaiten
  • 2000/01 Dorthin, wo der Himmel endet
  • 2000 Roaring Hooves
  • 1999/2000 IO
  • 1999 BI-YU
  • 1998 sowon...borira
  • 1997/98 GO-UN NIM
  • 1997 In dunkeln Träumen...
  • 1997 Die Insel schwimmt
  • 1996 NOCH...
  • 1996 NE MA-UM
  • 1995/96 SOWON / The Wish
  • 1995 TA-RYONG V
  • 1994 HANG-SANG II
  • 1993/94 TSI-SHIN-KUT / The Ritual of the Earth Spirit
  • 1993 HANG-SANG I
  • 1992/94 Rast in einem alten Kloster
  • 1992/1993 BIDAN-SIL / Silk Thread
  • 1992 U-MUL / The Well
  • 1991 TSI-SHIN / TA-RYONG III
  • 1991 TA-RYONG IV
  • 1991Mein Herz
  • 1990/91 MA-UM
  • 1990 ma-am (Mein Herz)
  • 1989-1998 HWANG-TO II
  • 1988/98 TA-RYONG VI
  • 1988/89 HWANG-TO / Yellow Earth
  • 1987/88 TA-RYONG II
  • 1986/87 NIM
  • 1985 'HIN-NUN I
  • 1984/85 NO-UL
  • 1984 AA-GA I
  • 1983 Flammenzeichen (Sign of the Flames)
  • 1982 PYON-KYONG
  • 1981 Madi
  • 1979 NUN
  • 1979 Sori
  • 1977/86 MAN-NAM II
  • 1977/2005 Man-Nam III
  • 1977 Man-Nam I
  • 1975 Dreisam-Nore
  • 1971 PA-MUN

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 姜恩秀 [Gang Eunsu], "作曲家朴泳姬,用音乐到达 "大笑"的境界 [Composer Younghi Pagh, using music to reach a state of 'laughter']", Koreana, 17 (3), pp. 66–69, retrieved 2011-09-26 
  2. ^ Pagh-Pan, Younghi. "초상". pagh-paan.com. Retrieved 2011-09-26. 
  3. ^ Pagh-Pan, Younghi. "Biography". pagh-paan.com. Retrieved 30 November 2010. 
  4. ^ Sadie, Julie Anne; Samuel, Rhian (1994). The Norton/Grove dictionary of women composers (Digitized online by GoogleBooks). Retrieved 4 October 2010.