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          <h1 font-size="30" class="heading1">Trịnh Công Sơn</h1>
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        <p><em>Greatest Vietnamese composer</em></p>

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        <p>Trịnh Công Sơn (February 28, 1939 – April 1, 2001) was a famous Vietnamese composer, musician, songwriter, painter and poet. He is an important figure in modern (non-classical) Vietnamese music.</p>
        <p>Below are some of his songs:</p>
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          <li>Remembering the sea (Biển nhớ)
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          <li>Unbeknownst to me, the root (Biết đâu nguồn cội)
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          <li>Four seasons of change (Bốn mùa thay lá)
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          <li>Sand and dust (Cát bụi)
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          <li>An afternoon promenade of solitude (Chiều một mình qua phố)
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          <li>Grace onto life (Cho đời chút ơn)
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          <li>Song for the fallen (Cho một người nằm xuống)

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          <li>The remaining eye (Con mắt còn lại)
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          <li>Do you still remember or have you forgotten? (Em còn nhớ hay em đã quên)
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        <p>"Sơn told people to rise and demand the unification of the country—under whom, he did not say—as well as to refuse to participate in a fratricidal war and to stack up their weapons. Many young Vietnamese considered Sơn the Bob Dylan or the Joan
          Baez of Vietnam. Sơn, in turn, was influenced by the shrill demands of American anti-war protesters, which had been brought to Vietnam by none other than young American soldiers."</p>
        <p>- Nghia M. Vo, <em>Saigon: A History</em></p>
        <h3>You should listen some of his songs sang by Khánh Ly in <a href="https://youtu.be/yMyx4LZxvNc" 
                                                                  target="_blank">Youtube.</a>
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