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KPA Anniversary Celebrated

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

    Pyongyang, April 26 (KCNA) -- Performances were given at theaters in Pyongyang and localities to celebrate the 74th anniversary of the heroic Korean People's Army. Revolutionary opera "The Sea of Blood," dealing with the profound truth that only when people embark upon the road of revolution with arms in their hands is it possible to achieve the country's liberation and their independence, was given at Pyongyang Grand Theater and revolutionary drama "A Mountain Shrine," showing the truth of life, truth of struggle with peculiar Korean-style satiric representation, at the State Drama Theater.
    Performances were acclaimed by the audiences for their high ideological value and artistic influence.
    Concert "Soldiers Present Glory" was given at the Yun I Sang Concert Hall. Put on the stage were colorful numbers including orchestra "Song Dedicated to Marshal Kim Il Sung," male solo "General of Korea," female folk solo "We Visit First," orchestra "One Hundred and Forty Nine Turns on the Road to Forefront." Performance held at the Pyongyang Circus Theater inspired servicepersons, working people and school youth and children with revolutionary enthusiasm, deep emotion, militant spirit and new strength on the significant army day.
    Performances were also given by the South Hamgyong, North Hwanghae, Jagang, North Hamgyong and Ryanggang Provincial art troupes, the North Phyongan Provincial art squad and all other provincial art troupes and art squads. Put on the stages were colorful numbers including chorus "Long Live Generalissimo Kim Il Sung," orchestra "Thunder on Jong Il Peak," female solo and chorus "For the Motherland," mixed duet "Blue Sky over My Country" and chorus "We Will Win Victory Flying the Flag of the Supreme Commander."



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