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Moranbong Band Gives Its Premiere in Samjiyon County
| Pyongyang, April 4 (KCNA) -- Artistes of the Moranbong Band started its performance tour of Ryanggang Province.
It gave its premiere on Friday in Samjiyon County, where Mt. Paektu, the holy mountain of revolution, is in sight.
Among the audience were Ri Sang Won, chief secretary of the Ryanggang Provincial Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, and officials and other people in the county.
When the artistes of the band in military uniforms of the anti-Japanese guerrillas put on the stage female solo "O My Motherland Full of Hope", the audience broke into loud applause and warm cheers.
Put on the stage were female duet and pangchang "Shine, Jong Il Peak", female trio "First Home under Sky" and other numbers.
The performers sang high praises of the revolutionary life of General Secretary Kim Jong Il who wisely led the WPK, army and people of the DPRK for decades after being born as the Shining Star over Mt. Paektu, the holy mountain of revolution.
Presented in succession were songs reflecting the boundless emotion and joy of the people having at the helm of the WPK and revolution Marshal Kim Jong Un who is fully demonstrating the dignity of Kim Il Sung's and Kim Jong Il's Korea before the world to achieve the final victory by carrying on the march started from Mt. Paektu.
The band's repertoire included songs "We Think of the Marshal Day and Night", "Our Father" and "Warm Feelings" reflecting all people's feelings following the Marshal as the sun of the destiny.
The performance was acclaimed by the audience as it was a wonderful combination of unique and dynamic songs, enthusiastic rhythms, skilful presentation of instrumental music, stage background and lighting and stage decor.
The artistes of the Moranbong Band who were enthusiastically conducting performance activities like the buglers of the anti-Japanese guerrillas greatly encouraged the zeal of the people in Samjiyon County for the revolution and struggle.
The performance goes on.
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