Pham Duy Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Pham Duy Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Songwriter Pham Duy including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Pham Duy
Real Name Pham Duy
Profession Lyricists & Songwriters
Famous as Songwriter
Nationality American
Personal Life of Pham Duy
Born on 05 October 1921
Birthday 5th October
Died At Age 91
Sun Sign Libra
Born in Hanoi
Died on 27 January 2013
Place of death Ho Chi Minh City
Mother Nguyn Tha
Siblings Pham Duy Khiem
Spouse/Partner Thai Hang
Children Duy Quang, Duy Cuong, Thai Hien, Thai Thao
Personal Fact of Pham Duy

Considered by many as one of Vietnam’s most brilliant songwriters, Phm Duy was born in Hanoi, and nurtured in the care of his eldest brother from a very young age. The youngest of five children in the household, this songwriter pursued his education in music from institutes in Vietnam and France. His songs documented the tempestuous political scenario of his homeland, Vietnam, during French occupation as well as after independence.

This caused the communist regime of the country to ban his songs that mostly opposed the government. For a span of thirty years, this exceptional writer lived in exile in the United States, continuing to write songs with the same nationalist fervour. Even though his songs were restricted from being performed in Vietnam, they gained recognition in other parts of the world. When he finally returned to Vietnam, the government lifted all bans previously imposed, and the citizens of the country celebrated the songwriter’s return.

Despite major public recognition, there were a few who criticized Duy’s decision to return. Composers Nguyn Lu and Tuyn in particular condemn the fact that though his songs are anti-communist in tone, his hypocrisy is forgiven by the government and media. Yet, despite being away for thirty long years, the songwriter’s death was mourned by majority in the country, owing to his brilliant lyrics that celebrated the Vietnamese nationalist sentiment.


Total Page Visits: 56 - Today Page Visits: 1