Dr Andrew Killick - Publications


2013. Hwang Byungki: Traditional Music and the Contemporary Composer in the Republic of Korea. Aldershot: Ashgate. Also published in Korean as Hwang Byeonggi yongu: Hanguk cheontong eumak-ui jipyeong-eul neolpida, translated by Kim Hee Sun. Seoul: Pulbit. http://www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409420309

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

Forthcoming. “Composing at the Intersection of East and West: Beyond Nationalism and Exoticism?” In Tong-Soon Lee, ed., The Routledge Handbook on Asian Music: Cultural Intersections. New York: Routledge.

2017. “Traditional Music and the Work-Concept: The Kayagŭm Sanjo of Hwang Byungki.” Yearbook for Traditional Music 49: 1–25. http://eprints.whiterose.ac.uk/115955/

2014. “Should World Music Teachers Teach World Music? Popular Music and the World Music Survey Course.” Journal of World Popular Music 1(1): 156-182.

2014. “Visual Evidence in Ethnomusicology.” In The Routledge Companion to Music and Visual Culture. Ed. Tim Shephard and Anne Leonard. New York: Routledge. Pp. 75-84.

2014. “Avant-garde Music for Traditional Instruments: Extended Techniques in the Music of Hwang Byungki.” In Contemporary Music in East Asia. Ed. Hee Sook Oh. Seoul: Seoul National University Press. Pp. 31-63.

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. “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.

2016. “Music in Korean Traditional Theatre.” In Siyuan Liu, ed., Routledge Handbook of Asian Theatre. New York: Routledge. Pp. 146–149.

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.
“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.


2016. Ian Russell and Catherine Ingram, eds., Taking Part in Music: Case Studies in Ethnomusicology. Folk Music Journal 11(1): 77–79.

2014. Haekyung Um, Korean Musical Drama: P’ansori and the Making of Tradition in Modernity. Music and Letters 95(4): 694-6.

2014. CD review: July 24, 1896: Korean First Recording and Hyelim Kim: Taegum Collection: Nim. Yearbook for Traditional Music 46: 241-3.

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.