Singing 'Baechigi'. Fishermen of Incheon used to express the pleasure of boatful of fish. Janchimadang re-arranged it with modern sensitivity of traditional percussions and woodwinds, keyboards. This piece shows powerful energy of traditional percussions and Korean woodwind 'Tae-pyung-so'.
'Baechigi' gives vitality to people and helps them feel free from everyday life.
A combination of traditional percussions called 'SamulNori' (four instruments) makes the audience and performers excited, which makes everybody become as 'one'.
Component: Modeum-buk(group of drums), Nabal(brass), TaeJing(biggest metal percussion), Kaeng-Gua-Ri(smallest metal percussion), Buk(drum), Jing(medium metal percussion), Keyboards, Electric guita, Tae-pyung-so(woodwinds; similar to Trumpet), Pi-ri(woodwinds; similar to picolo~oboe, depending on size), Hae-gum(string)