This paper is a study of shamanistic songs which were passed from generation to generation in Korea. Particularly, it is the study of shamanistic songs performed in <Byeolshin-gut>along with other shamanistic rites which are still performed. <Byeolshin-gut>, a traditional folk art, has been passing down along the east coast region in Korea. To examine the transmissional principles of <Byeolshin-gut> which are still performed and alive, I will examine the transissional principles of <Sonnim-gut>shamanistic songs performed in <Byeolshin-gut>. In <Sonnim-gut>, the Sonnim(visitor) means smallfox disease. Smallfox has been conquered now, but sonnim-gut is still performed and passed down through positive adaptions. In this form, it can show the changes of transmissional types of shamanistic songs. In chapterⅡ, the special characteristics and the different types of narratives were studied in terms of function on the basis of preceding classification. The Sonnim-Cheongbae type is an early form of shamanistic song. The sonnim-Nojunggi type is transformed into shamanistic songs in later times. In chapterⅢ, my hypothesis was confirmed through the examination of the transformation and developing type according to these types. In chapterⅣ, it concluded that the preceding Sonnim-Cheongbae type was transformed into the following Sonnim-Nojunggi type in Sonnim-gut shamanistic song by the expansion of Nojunggi part.
2.<손님굿>巫歌의 유형별 특징
4.<손님굿>巫歌의 변모 양상과 그 의미