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‘Musician of 1,000 songs’ Pham Duy dies at 92
Pham Duy, Vietnam's most prolific songwriter, with more than 1,000 songs to his credit, died at a hospital in Ho Chi Minh City at the age of 92 after years suffering from heart and liver disease and gout. His death came one month after that of his eldest son, singer Duy Quang.

Many generations of Vietnamese and fellow artists have mourned his death.

"When talking about a deceased person, people often think of ‘memories’, but when talking about Pham Duy, people will think of the future of Vietnamese music. His life is a shining example of an artist who always tried to find something new in his own way,” musician Tuan Khanh shared.

"I’m very saddened by the loss of musician Pham Duy. In my musical career, I respected him and his vast treasure of songs he left to the country. I’m planning to produce an album of his songs as a gift to him, but it is too late,” singer Anh Tuyet mourned.

"His death is a big loss for modern Vietnamese music,” singer Cam Van said.

"He is a source of inspiration to my music journey. He lays a carpet of flowers with his own colors in the country’s music garden,” musician Quoc Bao wrote on Facebook.

"Not only me, but thousands of Vietnamese music lovers mourn his death,” singer Tung Duong added.

The Hanoi-born song writer, whose musical career spanned more than seventy years, is widely considered one of the three most influential figures in modern Vietnamese music, along with Van Cao and Trinh Cong Son.
Pham Duy and his family settled in Orange County, California in 1975 after the Fall of Saigon.

He first returned to Vietnam in the late 1990s. In 2005, he decided to spend the remainder of his life in Ho Chi Minh City.

Duy has eight sons and daughters, all of whom followed in his musical footsteps, including Thai Hien, Thai Thao and Thai Hanh and Duy Quang, Duy Cuong, Duy Minh, Duy Hung and Duy Duc.

A funeral to commemorate the composer will be held at his private house, 349/126 Le Dai Hanh Street, Ward 5, District 11, Ho Chi Minh City. He will be buried at Binh Duong graveyard on February 3.

‘A man who molded VN’s modern music’

Vietnamese-American professor Vu Duc Vuong, who is currently director of General Education at Hoa Sen University, said that Pham Duy is Vietnam’s most important musician of the 20th century by any standard.

"I'm saddened by his passing, but also relieved that he had managed to be where he wanted to be most, during the last leg of his journey. Pham Duy now joins the ranks of Nguyen Du, Ho Xuan Huong, Xuan Dieu... in the pantheon of Vietnamese cultural saints,” Vuong said in an email to friends.

According to Vuong, if Uncle Ho was the political leader who, through shear determination and excellent organizing skills, shaped the destiny of the country in the last century then Pham Duy, through a lifetime of living the changes in and out of the country, creating as he survived through upheavals, adapting to and adopting the music, the poetry and the technology from all directions is just as surely the man who molded Vietnam's modern music.

Meanwhile, Jason Gibbs, an American independent researcher of Vietnamese music, shared that Duy was always very helpful to his research and there is much more that can be said about the great composer.

"He was a writer of undeniable sensitivity and created works that Vietnamese will remember for hundreds of years. There is a remarkable directness, honesty and depth of feeling in his lyrics, during a time when many Vietnamese creative figures had to be guarded in their expression,” Jason uttered words to Pham Duy.

"He also researched Vietnam’s musical folkways. His incorporation of Vietnamese folk and traditional music into his songs is superb and original. His musical corpus has served as a model and inspiration to many Vietnamese songwriters,” the American concluded.

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Musician Pham Duy (L). File photo




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Musician Pham Duy and singer Duc Tuan together performed his song "Toi yeu tieng nuoc toi” (I love my country’s language) at an event held in Hue University of Education. File photo




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Musician Pham Duy pictured in a music event in Ho Chi Minh City. File photo

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