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Art Performance Given at People's Theater on Its Opening
Pyongyang, April 17 (KCNA) -- An art performance "Let Us Not Forget the Pledge Made to the Revolution" was given by the Unhasu Orchestra at the People's Theater to mark its opening on April 17. The theater is a gift General Secretary Kim Jong Il presented to the Korean people on the centenary of the birth of President Kim Il Sung, the Day of the Sun.

Among the audience were senior officials of the party, state and army and representatives for the celebrations of the centenary of the birth of the President.

The performance began with the playing of the national anthem. Put on the stage were prelude "Let Us Not Forget the Pledge Made to the Revolution", male duet and chorus "We Will Defend Han Byol", mixed trio and male chorus "Horse-drawn Sledge Running with Joy", immortal masterpiece "Song of Anti-Japanese War", female solo and female pangchang "I Know It Now", mixed quartet and chorus "Song Devoted to Marshal Kim Il Sung", orchestral music "Glow over Kangson" and other colorful numbers.

Children presented quartet "We Are Happy", duet "Rainbow over Mangyong Hill", piano and song "We Extend Glory to Father Marshal Kim Jong Il" and chorus "Let Us Become the General's Soldiers", conspicuously decorating the stage.

The performance reached its climax with female trio and chorus "The Eternal Smile", chorus "Let Korea Go Forward" and immortal revolutionary paean "Song of General Kim Il Sung." They reflected the pledge to glorify the DPRK as eternal Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il's Korea as comrades and comrades-in-arms loyal to the dear respected Kim Jong Un, remembering broad smile of the great men of Mt. Paektu.

The performance impressively represented the firm will of all the service personnel and people to dynamically advance toward final victory following the landmark of victory provided by Kim Jong Un, flying the sun's flag of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in the van of the ranks.

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