Vietnamese music
Traditional Vietnamese music is highly diverse and syncretistic, combining native and foreign influences. Throughout its history, Vietnam has been most heavily impacted by the Chinese musical traditi...
Vietnamese music - Wikipedia
Love You Want You - Lip B is Vpop's Newest Girl Group
Lip B, which stands for "Light In Pandora Box", is a new Vietnamese girl group by 6th Sense Entertainment and Vpop superstar Đông Nhi.
The Remix "HÒA ÂM ÁNH SÁNG" Season 2 LIVESHOW 1 - Top 5 Performances | Covering the best of Vietnamese Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, and EDM.
Popular Vietnamese TV show The Remix, or Hòa âm Ánh sáng, made its Season 2 return this month. The Remix is reality TV contest featuring many of Vietnam's best new young singers, DJ's, producers, danc...
The Future of Vietnamese Music Videos | Covering the best of Vietnamese Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, and EDM.
What does the future hold for Vpop? Personally, I have high hopes for Vpop in 2016. The growth and evolution of Vpop has been tremendous in the past couple of years. Although the market for Vpop is st...
Vpop 2015 Year In Review | Covering the best of Vietnamese Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, and EDM.
As a new year approaches, I thought it would be fun to look back and highlight some of the most memorable Vietnamese pop songs of 2015.
Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments
Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments are the musical instruments used in the traditional and classical musics of Vietnam. They comprise a wide range of string, wind, and percussion instruments,...
Traditional Vietnamese musical instruments - Wikipedia
Nguyen Ngoc Ngan
Nguyễn Ngọc Ngạn (born March 9, 1945) is a Vietnamese-Canadian writer and essayist.He was born in Sơn Tây, Vietnam, but his family moved to South Vietnam when the Geneva Accords divided the country in...
Đàn hồ
The đàn hồ is a two-stringed vertical violin with wooden resonator. The term hồ ("barbarian, central Asian" 胡) derives from Chinese hu, as in Chinese huqin 胡琴). It is similar to the đàn gáo.
Đàn hồ - Wikipedia
Vọng cổ
Vọng cổ (literally "longing for the drum beat", Hán tự: 望古) is a Vietnamese song and musical structure used primarily in the cải lương theater music and nhạc tài tử chamber music of southern Vietnam. ...
Dạ cổ hoài lang
Dạ cổ hoài lang 夜鼓懷郎("Night Drum Beats Causes Longing for Absent Husband") is a Vietnamese song, composed 1919 by songwriter Cao Văn Lầu, colloquially known as "ông Sáu Lầu," from Bạc Liêu. It was a m...
Song loan
A song loan is a percussion instrument (idiophone) used in Vietnamese traditional music.
The song loan consists of a hollow wooden body about 7 cm in diameter attached to a flexible curved metal p...
Giải phóng miền Nam
"Liberate the South" (Vietnamese: Giải phóng miền Nam), also known as "Release the South", was the national anthem of the Provisional Revolutionary Government of the Republic of South Vietnam from...
Lan và Điệp
Lan và Điệp (Lan and Điệp) is a form of Vietnamese folk song. It is a cai luong song with a Romeo and Juliet type plot about starcrossed lovers which originated in the 1930s. In the song the typical g...
Trống quân
Trống quân singing is a response folk song of Vietnam. It is often found in festivals and performed as alternating singing between boys and girls. The male and female singer groups make responses to t...
Kèn
The kèn is an instrument used in traditional Vietnamese music. It has a double reed and a conical wooden body. It produces a powerful and penetrating high-pitched sound, similar to the Chinese suona, ...
Nhã nhạc
Nhã nhạc is a form of Vietnamese court music. Vietnamese court music is very diverse, but the term nhã nhạc (雅樂, meaning "elegant music" or "ceremonial music") refers specifically to the Vietnamese co...
Tran Manh Tuan
Trần Mạnh Tuấn (born May 7, ?? in Hanoi) is one of the two most prominent jazz saxophonists in Vietnam (the other being Quyền Văn Minh, also from Hanoi). In 2002, he moved from Hanoi to Ho Chi Mi...
CBC band
CBC Band was a Vietnamese band popular in South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Made up of a family of poor Vietnamese the CBC discovered they could make money by playing western rock music to America...
Văn Phụng
Văn Phụng (Hanoi, 1930–1999) was a Vietnamese songwriter. His wife is the singer Châu Hà.
Tiến Quân Ca
The "Marching Song" (Vietnamese: Tiến Quân Ca, [tjə̌n kwən kaː]), also known as the "Army March" and the "Song of Advancing Soldiers", is the national anthem of Vietnam, both written and composed ...
Cảnh
The cảnh or tiu cảnh is a Vietnamese musical instrument. It is a form of small cymbal. It is part of the basic set of percussion instruments used for chau van alongside the phach bamboo clappers and t...
Cảnh - Wikipedia
Đăng đàn cung
Đăng đàn cung (Hán tự: 登壇宮 lit. melody on the ascent to the esplanade) was the national anthem of Nguyễn Dynasty, Vietnam.
After proclaiming himself emperor, Gia Long ordered a Frenchman named J.B...