Dr Andrew Killick - Publications


2013. Hwang Byungki: Traditional Music and the Contemporary Composer in the Republic of Korea. Aldershot: Ashgate.

2010. In Search of Korean Traditional Opera: Discourses of Ch’angguk. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

2005. Southerners, Northerners. Translation (with Cho Sukyeon) of Korean novel Namnyok Saram Pungnyok Saram by Lee Ho-Chul. Norwalk, Connecticut: EastBridge.

2002. Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 7: East Asia. New York: Garland. (Associate editor and author of 16 articles totalling 22,000 words.)

Book Chapters and Refereed Journal Articles

2013. “Tradition and Innovation in Changgeuk Opera.” In Rediscovering Traditional Korean Performing Arts. Ed. Haekyung Um and Hyunjoo Lee. Seoul: Korea Arts Management Service. Pp. 64-71

2011. “An Ethnomusicology of Musical Art and Individual Success: Hwang Byungki and ‘National Music’ in the Republic of Korea.” In Ethnomusicological Encounters with Music and Musicians: Essays in Honor of Robert Garfias. Ed. Timothy Rice. Farnham: Ashgate, 2011. Pp. 31-47.

2008. “Individuality, Nationality, and Universality in the Music of Hwang Byungki.” In Essays on Music Offered to Dr. Lee Hye-ku in Honor of His Hundredth Birthday. Ed. Hwang Junyon. Seoul: Minsokwon. Pp. 747-764.

2008. “Changgeuk.” In Pansori. Ed. National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts. Seoul: National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts. Pp. 97-127.

2007. “Ch’angguk,” “Music and Musical Instruments: Korea,” “P’ansori,” “Yosong kukkuk.” In Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre. Ed. Samuel Leiter. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Vol. 1 pp. 95-96, 446-447; Vol. 2 pp. 495-496, 869.

2007. “Hwang Byungki and North-South Musical Exchange.” British Association for Korean Studies Papers 11:49-56.

2006. “Holicipation: Prolegomenon to an Ethnography of Solitary Music-Making.” Ethnomusicology Forum 15(2):273-299.

2005. “Ch’angguk: A Hybrid-Popular Musical Theatre of Korea.” CHIME Journal 16-17 (2005):204-215.

2003. “Road Test for a New Model: Korean Musical Narrative and Theater in Comparative Context.” Ethnomusicology 47(2):180-204.

2003. “Jockeying for Tradition: The Checkered History of Korean Ch’angguk Opera.” Asian Theatre Journal 20(1):43-70.

2002. “Korean Ch’angguk Opera: Its Origins and its Origin Myth.” Asian Music 33(2):43-82.

2002. “Wax Philosophical: Re-writing the History of Chinese Musical Influences in Korea.” In Korean Music. Ed. Young-Key Kim Renaud, R. Richard Grinker, and Kirk W. Larsen. Washington, D.C.: Sigur Center for Asian Studies. Pp. 27-32.

2001. “Music as Ethnic Marker in Film: The ‘Jewish’ Case.” In Soundtrack Available: Essays on Film and Pop Music. Ed. Arthur Knight and Pamela Robertson Wojcik. Duke University Press. Pp. 185-201.

2001. “National Music and National Drama: The Musical Eclecticism of Ch’angguk.” Tongyang Umak 23:179-191.

2001. “The Traditional Opera of the Future? Ch’angguk’s First Century.” In Contemporary Directions: Korean Folk Music Engaging the Twentieth Century and Beyond. Ed. Nathan Hesselink. Berkeley: Center for Korean Studies, University of California. Pp. 22-53.

2001. “Ch’angguk Opera and the Category of the ‘Traditionesque’.” Korean Studies 25(1):51-71.

1998. “The Choson Songak Yon’guhoe and the Advent of Mature Ch’angguk Opera.” Review of Korean Studies 1:76-100.

1997. “Cracking a Rock with an Egg: Problems and Solutions for Korea’s ‘Traditional Opera’ Ch’angguk.” In Onji nonch’ong samjip (Onji Institute Research Papers, Vol. 3: A Festschrift for Cho Nam-kwon). Ed. Cho Kyoik. Seoul: Onji Hakhoe. Pp. 279-309.

1997. “Putting P’ansori on the Stage: A Re-study in Honor of Marshall R. Pihl.” Korea Journal 37(1):108-130.

1995. “The Penetrating Intellect: On Being White, Straight, and Male in Korea.” In Taboo: Sex, Identity, and Erotic Subjectivity in Anthropological Fieldwork. Ed. Don Kulick and Margaret Willson. London: Routledge. Pp. 76-106.

1992. “Musical Composition in Twentieth-century Korea.” Korean Studies 16:43-60.
1991. “Nationalism and Internationalism in New Music for Korean Instruments.” Korea Journal 31(3):104-116.

Articles in Non-Refereed Journals and Publications

2010. “New Music for Old Instruments: Composer Hwang Byungki.” www.koreabrand.net

2005. “Changgeuk for International Audiences.” In programme of National Changgeuk Company of Korea production Chunhyang.

1998 “Ch’angguk: Re-making P’ansori as ‘Korean Traditional Opera’.” Korean Culture 19(2-3):4-13.

1997. “The Secret of Korean Women’s Opera.” Morning Calm 21(7):32-38.

1997. “Those Magical Minstrels.” [Editor’s title for article on Korean p’ansori singing.] Morning Calm 21(2):48-54.

1997. “Christopher Isherwood: The Emergence of an Identity on Page, Stage, and Screen.” Soyurop yon’gu 3 (Journal of West European Studies 3). Seoul: Hankuk University of Foreign Studies Press. Pp. 219-156.

1996. “A Night at the Korean Opera.” Morning Calm 20(6):38-44.

1995. (with Judy Van Zile) “Breath in Motion: The World of Korean Dance.” Morning Calm 19(12):54-63.

1995. “Encounters with Korean Music.” Morning Calm 19(8):38-47.

Encyclopedia Articles

Forthcoming. “Musical Theater.” In Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World. Ed. John Shepherd, David Horn, and Dave Laing. London: Continuum.

2012. Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Vol. 8: Genres: North America. Ed. John Shepherd, David Horn, and Dave Laing. London: Continuum.
“Backstage Musical.” Pp. 27-9.
“Broadway Musical.” Pp. 95-112.

2007. Encyclopedia of Asian Theatre. Ed. Samuel L. Leiter. 2 vols. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press. Articles:
“Ch’angguk.” Vol. 1 pp. 95-96.
“Music and Musical Instruments: Korea.” Vol. 1 pp. 446-447.
“P’ansori.” Vol. 2 pp. 495-496.
“Yosong Kukkuk.” Vol. 2 pp. 869.

2005. “Broadway.” In Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Vol. 4: Places: North America. Ed. John Shepherd, David Horn, and Dave Laing. London: Continuum. Pp. 286-290.

2002. Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, Vol. 7: East Asia. New York: Garland.
“Preface.” Pp. xv-xviii.
“Issues and Processes in East Asian Musics.” P. 39.
“Musical Historiography in East Asia.” Pp. 41-44.
“Musical Institutions in East Asia.” Pp. 45-48.
“Music and Theater in East Asia.” Pp. 73-78.
“Music of Korea.” P. 801.
“Musical Profile of Korea.” Pp. 803-809.
“Issues and Processes in Korean Music.” P. 811.
“Musical Instruments of Korea.” Pp. 821-831.
“Traditional Genres in Korea.” P. 859.
“Snapshot: Yi Hwajungsŏn.” Pp. 893-895.
“Snapshot: Chang Wŏljungsŏn.” Pp. 909-911.
“Music and Theater in Korea.” Pp. 941-947.
“Snapshot: Hwang Byung-ki.” Pp. 975-977.
“Social and Regional Contexts in Korea.” P. 979.
“Snapshot: The Tyvan Throat Singers Huun-Hur-Tuu.” Pp. 1023-1025.


2013. Nathan Hesselink, SamulNori: Contemporary Korean Drumming and the Rebirth of Itinerant Performance Culture. Ethnomusicology 57(2): 354-7.

2011. Keith Howard, Chaesuk Lee and Nicholas Casswell, Korean Kayagum Sanjo: A Traditional Instrumental Genre. Ethnomusicology Forum 20(2): 280-83.

2008. Simon Mills, Healing Rhythms: The World of South Korea’s East Coast Hereditary Shamans. Psychology of Music 36(4): 499-501.

2006. Adelaida Reyes, Music in America: Experiencing Music, Expressing Culture. British Journal of Music Education 23(1):117-119.

2005. “Review Essay: Some Recent Books on the Musical.” Popular Music 24(3):445-452.

2004. Chan E. Park, Voices from the Straw Mat: Toward an Ethnography of Korean Story Singing. Asian Theatre Journal 21(2):206-208.

CD Liner Notes

2007. “Meditating on a Paradox: The Music of Byungki Hwang.” Notes accompanying CD Darha Nopigom: Byungki Hwang Gayageum Masterpieces Vol. 5. Seoul: C&L Music. CNLR 0710-2.