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Marshal Kim Jong Un Enjoys V-Day Celebration Performance of Moranbong Band

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The respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, appreciated a performance given by the Moranbong Band in celebration of the victory of the Korean people in the Fatherland Liberation War.
Marshal Kim Jong Un entered the hall along with his wife Ri Sol Ju.
The moment the audience warmly greeted him, raising stormy cheers "Hurrah!"
He acknowledged to the cheering audience.
Seeing the performance were were senior officals of the party and state, the war veteran delegates, artistes and students in the City of Pyongyang.
The performance began with the playing of the National Anthem.
The performance was divided into two parts; the first one showing the historical course of the Fatherland Liberation War and the second showing the joy marking the V-Day.
The repertoire of the performance included light music and song "July 27, Our Victory-Day", light music "Star of General", "To a Decisive Battle" and "Advance and Advance", female solo and pangchang "Song of Soldiers" and others.
The performers also put on the stage female sextet "Song of Chinese People's Volunteers" and theme song of Chinese TV Series "Mao Anying" through which they splendidly sang of the hictoric facts that the soldiers and people of Korea and China fought shoulder to shoulder, shedding blood against the imperialists, the common enemy.
Marshal Kim Jong Un waved hand to the cheering performers and audience in congratulation of their successful performance.
Political News Team

Quelle: http://www.rodong.rep.kp/InterEn/index.p...07-31-0024

Meldung der KCNA:


Kim Jong Un Enjoys Performance of Moranbong Band

Pyongyang, July 30 (KCNA) -- Marshal Kim Jong Un, first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, first chairman of the National Defence Commission of the DPRK and supreme commander of the Korean People's Army, enjoyed a performance given by the Moranbong Band to celebrate the 59th anniversary of the victory in the Fatherland Liberation War.
Kim Jong Un together with his wife Ri Sol Ju appeared in the auditorium.

The performance, which began with the playing of Patriotic Song, was given, divided into two parts--the historic process of the Fatherland Liberation War and joy of the war victory day.

Put on the stage amid the display of fireworks were colorful numbers such as light music and song "July 27, Our Victory-Day", light music pieces "Star of General", "To Decisive Battle" and "Advance and Advance", female solo and pangchang "Song of Soldier", female vocal duet "My Life", female vocal trio "My Life and the Country", female vocal sextet "Echo of War Victory", light music and song "Are We Living Like in Those Days?", light music "The Country Will Always Remember", light music and song "Victors", female vocal sextet "Masters of This Land Tell", light music "Look at Us" and female vocal sextet "We Sing of the Party".


The performers impressively showed that the war victory is the fruition of the Juche-oriented military idea, outstanding strategy and tactics and rare commanding art of President Kim Il Sung and the proud victory of the might of unity and cohesion of the army and people of the DPRK closely united around the party and the leader and their indomitable mental power.

Through the female vocal sextet "War Song of the Chinese People's Volunteers" and theme song of Chinese TV Series "Mao Anying", the performers gave a good artistic representation of the historic fact that armies and peoples of the two countries fought against the imperialists, their common enemy, at the cost of their lives.

The performers also perfectly played world famous songs including light music pieces "Chardash" and "Song of Gypsy".


The audience gave ardent response whenever 11 performers and six singers showed genuine music world with high artistic skills.

When the female vocal sextet "Our Beloved Leader" resounded with the image of tender-hearted Marshal Kim Jong Un taking care of the big family of the country and giving it happiness projected against the backdrop, the audience stood to give stormy applause.

Kim Jong Un gave congratulations to the successful performance, waving back to the enthusiastically cheering performers and audience.

Present to see the performance were Choe Ryong Hae, Kim Kyong Hui, Jang Song Thaek, Pak To Chun, Kim Yong Chun, Kim Ki Nam, Choe Thae Bok, Kim Yang Gon, Kim Phyong Hae, Kwak Pom Gi, Mun Kyong Dok, delegates of war veterans to the celebrations of the war victory day, artistes and university students in Pyongyang.

Quelle: http://www.kcna.co.jp/item/2012/201207/2...-30ee.html

Ach ja, ich habe gelesen, das es bei den ausländischen Songs nicht darum geht, woher sie kommen, sondern das die in einem koreanischen Stil gespielt werden. Kann die Meldung allerdings nicht mehr finden, wo das gesagt wurde.

Auch erwähnenswert: Jetzt gibt es "Look at us" schon in drei Versionen: Marsch-Version, Pochonbo-Version und jetzt von der Moranbong Band.

Hier noch etwas von der Rodong Sinmun:

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Quelle: http://www.rodong.rep.kp/InterEn/index.p...07-31-0014
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Hier ein paar Bilder:

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Ja, kam heute im KCTV.Interessant fand ich die Sitzordnung.Kim mit führenden Genossen nicht in der ersten Reihe sondern Mittendrin umgeben vom Volk.
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(31.07.2012, 18:59)kadarjanos schrieb: Ja, kam heute im KCTV.Interessant fand ich die Sitzordnung.Kim mit führenden Genossen nicht in der ersten Reihe sondern Mittendrin umgeben vom Volk.

Könnte auch ein neuer Stil sein.

Noch eines anzumerken: Ich finde es gut, dass die Band kein "festgesetztes" Programm hat, wo alle paar Jahre mal ein paar neue Songs hinzukommen, sondern auch je nach Anlass des Auftritt ein Konzept dazu hat.

Außerdem scheint die Bühne erneuert worden zu sein.
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#5
Kommen davon noch Videos?
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(31.07.2012, 22:15)Jising schrieb: Kommen davon noch Videos?

Ja, denke schon. Muss halt nur noch von jemanden auf YT gestellt werden.
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#7
ich bin immer für euch da ;-)


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#8
Merci Wink
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#9
Schade, ohne das darübergequatsche hätte man etwas vom Gesang.

So leider ziemlich sinnlos.
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(02.08.2012, 12:47)Gorbatz schrieb: Schade, ohne das darübergequatsche hätte man etwas vom Gesang.

So leider ziemlich sinnlos.
Abwarten. Wenn man die Sache so beobachtet, kommt bei interessanten Sachen fast immer erst ne Foto-Show, dann ne kurze kommentierte Videoshow und dann bald das komplette Konzert im TV. Kriegen wir sicher noch zu sehen...
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