Duy Khánh

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Nguyễn Văn Diệp, stage name Duy Khánh (1936 in Triệu Phước village Triệu Phong – 12 February 2003 in Fountain Valley) was a Vietnamese songwriter. He was one of the many singers and songwriters to settle in "Quận Cam" (Orange County) after the Fall of Saigon.[1]

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  1. ^ Adelaida Reyes Songs of the Caged, Songs of the Free: Music and the Vietnamese Refugee Experience. 1999 Page 124 "The local in this case has global implications. Many of Vietnam's most famous musicians now reside in Orange County. The presence of Pham Duy, Thai Thanh, Hoang Oanh, Hoang Thi Tho, Nhat Truong, Duy Khanh, Khanh Ly, and Viet Dzung, among others — luminaries in the Vietnamese musical firmament by the time they left Vietnam — has led overseas"