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On the Upper Terrace, yeongsinhumun of Botaepheong-ji-ak is played nine times repeatedly accompanied by dancing of Munmu (Botaepyeong-ji-mu) by a 64- member Ilmu group. Instruments in use include pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jingo, dangdpiri, daegeum and haegeum.
  Yeongsin : The rite for welcoming the spirits.
  Heonga : Orchestra playing music accompanied by words.
  Hwimun : The first of 11 pieces in Botaepyeong in praise of civil achievements of royal
    ancestors.

The Upper Terrace Orchestra (Deungga) plays Jeonpye Hwimun of Botaepyeong-ji-ak continuously accompanied by Munmu dancing by the Ilmu dancing troupe.
Instruments in use include pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, janggu, jeolgo, dangpiri, daegeum, ajaeng, chuk and bak.

  Jeonpye : Offerings to the ancestral spirits.
  Deungga : Orchestra that plays music without verse on the Upper Terrace.
 

Heonga (the Lower Terrace Orchestra) plays the piece of jinchan in Pung-an-ji-ak to accompany Mumu by the Ilmu troupe.
Instruments used in playing the piece include pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jingo, dangpiri, daegeum, haegeum, chuk, and bak.

  Jinchan : Prepare ritual foods and wine on the ritual table of each antechamber where the
  ancestral spirits are enshrined.
  Sinwi : The place where the ancestral spirit remains, tablet.
  Jinseol : Set the ritual foods and wine on the table.
 

Deumgga plays Hwimun in Botaepyeong-ji-ak until each offering officiant arrives in front of the tablet. After his arrival, the entire pieces of Botaepyeong is played. Orchestra members chant the words of Botaepyeong in unison while Munmu is performed by the Ilmu troupe.
Instruments comprise pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banhyang, janggu, jeolgo, dangpiri, daegeum, ajaeng, chuk and bak.

  Chohyeon : Offering the first cup of wine to the ancestors.
  Heongwan : Officiant offering wine to the ancestors.
 

Heunga plays somu, dokgyeong, takjeong, seonwi, sinjeong, and yeonggwa in Jeongdaeeop-ji-ak. Verses are chanted and Ilmu dances Mumu in Jeongdaeeop-ji-mu.
Instruments are pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jingo, dangpiri, daegeum, haegeum, chuk, bak and taepyeongso.

  Ahyeon : Offering wine to the ancestors for the second time.
  Somu, dokgeyong, takjeong, seonwi, sinjeong, yeoggwa :
    six out of 11 pieces in Jeongdaeeop-ji-ak.
 

Heonga plays bunung, sunung, chongsu, jeongse, hyeokjeong, yeonggwan in Jeongdaeeop-ji-ak, with musicians chanting words and Ilmu dancing Mumu in Jeongdaeeop-ji-mu.
Instruments include pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jingo, dangpiri, daegeum, haegeum, chuk, bak, and taepyeongso.

  Jjonghyeon : Offering the third (last) cup of wine to the spirits.
  Bunung, sunung, chongyu,jeongse, hyeokjeong, yeonggwan
    6 out of 11 pieces in Jeongdaeeop-ji-ak.
 

Deungga plays Jinchangok in Ongan-ji-ak, with no dancing. Instruments comprise pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jeolgo, dangpiri, daegeum, ajaeng, chuk, and bak.

  Chelbyeonde : Withdrawal of ritual foods used in the ancestral rite.
 

Heonga plays Jinchangok in Ongan-ji-ak, with no dancing. Instruments are pyeonjong, pyeongyeong, banghyang, janggu, jingo, dangpiri, daegeum, haegeum, chuk and bak.

  Songsin : Sending off the ancestral spirits.