Today’s Children Tomorrow’s World – Le May
Children today, tomorrow the world is a song composed by musician Le May based on the lyrics of author Phung Ngoc Hung and performed by singers Tran Hoai Bang and Hanh Dung.
Children are considered as the future of the country, whether a country prospers or not depends on that generation. The song is like the author’s message about always taking care of the generation who are likened to the “green sprouts” of the country.
“Children today, tomorrow the world
Please be reminded a thousand times more than that
The earth has not been silent about the bombs falling
May the chorus be a million times more than that of the starving children in the world.”
This is an “immortal” song for children of all generations, from now on. Not only that, the work deserves to represent a part of children’s voices to society. A song worthy of international standards not only in Vietnam
My aunt, my mother – Van Luong
“My aunt, my mother” is a famous song by the late musician Van Luong, composed in 1953. This is also the first song praising the farmer with muddy hands and feet with rustic lyrics close to the western countryside. Southern Vietnam and the melody is bustling and joyful. Therefore, as soon as it was released, the song received warm love from a large audience of farmers and children. The song is about the pride of the children whose parents worked in the fields because at that time, agriculture played a key role in the economic development of the country.
“The nights when the moon is full,
The wind carries thousands of trees rustling
We gather together to have fun
We have fun meeting together
In the shimmering ivory moonlight”
Cuoi – Le Thuong
As a composition by the late musician Le Thuong, the song “Cuoi“Beloved by a large number of children and played the most when the summer comes and the Mid-Autumn Festival comes. The lyrics of the song are a picture with the colors of a fairy tale but still very simple in everyday life.
Listen to the moon and wind tell each other
“Where’s your sister’s hometown?”
The wind has no home
Wind blows everywhere
In the sky of our country
The lyrics that are close to everyday life and the gentle melody are the plus points that help the song “Tang Cuoi” live forever in the hearts of music lovers. In particular, this song was once again remembered and loved by the audience when director Victor Vu used it as the theme song for the movie “I see yellow flowers on green grass”.
This earth is ours – Truong Quang Luc
Song TThis earth is ours loved and memorized by many children. This is a music product composed by musician Truong Quang Luc.
The song left many deep impressions not only thanks to its beautiful lyrics and beautiful melody, but also associated with the childhood of many generations under the roof of the village school. With the wish that the earth has no more gunfire, no war, only peace and green hope, a series of images of symbols of peace such as pigeons, seagulls – were used, as an expression of the child’s wish for peace.
To date, the lyrics This earth is ours performed by many top singers, child artists Xuan Mai, baby Bao An, Phuong Nhi, Tuong Vi… The lyrics were translated into English and loved by many children.
I love my school – Hoang Van
“I love my school, with so many close friends, and a teacher who is as kind as she loves her homeland, brings books to school with a lot of love. There are tables and chairs, books, notebooks, ink, pens, chalkboards, all of them. The sound of happy birds, the high branches of the trees, the star flags in the golden autumn sun. We love our school so much.”
Songs by musician Hoang Van composed. Hoang Van (born: Le Van Ngo, born 24 July 7) is a Vietnamese red musician who is considered the most prolific composer of various disciplines and his songs have become traditional songs. system.
He is famous for a series of songs such as “Construction Song”, “Ho to pull firecrackers”, “That soldier”, “Quang Binh, my hometown”, “I am a furnace worker”, etc. whose pseudonym is Y – Na (ie “Love Ngoc Anh” – Ngoc Anh is his life partner). The song I love my school is a song composed for children when they start school. The pure lyrics with a cheerful melody are loved by children to this day.
First day of school – Nguyen Ngoc Thien
Also writing about the mood of children when they go to school, but unlike the song “Going to school” by the late musician Bui Dinh Thao, the song “First day at school” show surprise, feelings of nervousness, anxiety, and self-pity, but also interspersed with excitement, which is the common mood of children on the first day of school.
“First day at school
Mother led her hand to school
I cried while walking
Mother coaxing love!
First day at school
My eyes are wet
She caressed and comforted her,
Oh, how earnest!”
The song was written by musician Nguyen Ngoc Thien in the early 90s, with music based on the poem of the same name by poet Vien Phuong. The reason this song has been memorized by many generations of Vietnamese children is because the lyrics are so real and so real. When listening to this song again, everyone’s soul seems to settle down and recall the beautiful memories of a time when they were in school. This will definitely be one of the best songs for children on June 1.
I am a little rose – Trinh Cong Son
I’m a little rose is a song composed by the late musician Trinh Cong Son for children. The lyrics of the song are like a baby’s confession of sincere love for his parents.
“I’ll be Mother’s spring
I will be your father’s spring
I go to school many strange things
Smiling lips are flower buds
Pink book page dreaming and sleeping
I lay my head on the lines of poetry
I see myself as a little rose, Flying in the sky is the past month.
The melody is bustling, joyful, the song makes us think of the image of each girl and boy being the most beautiful flower bud.
Uncle Ho – The one who gave me everything – Hoang Lan, Hoang Long
“Let the morning light be the early dawn.
For beautiful moonlit nights, she is a beautiful Hang.
The tree bears fruit and flowers.
River for shrimp and for fish
The fields give the rice, the birds give the song.
Soldiers come home, give me courage.
The teacher gave the lesson to love the village earnestly.”
Simple, unfussy lyrics and easy-to-remember melodic lyrics have created a rustic and simple children’s song. Give me the morning sun is every morning, the vast sky with fresh air…
Trees of course give flowers to fruit, rivers must give fish to shrimps…. The soldier will give me an example of courage… And the love of the village and the homeland will be passed on to me through the teacher’s teaching. Everything that is simplest, most rustic, most familiar and closest in everyday life appears in the lyrics, making the song more earnest, affectionate, and lovely. But most of all, in order to have a peaceful life without war so that the trees can bloom, the river can give fish and shrimp… the teacher can go to the lecture hall, thanks to the merits of a great man: Uncle Ho. Dear Lake. All his life he fought for freedom, for peace and for the happiness of all mankind. And He gave me the life I love today.
For you – Pham Trong Cau
The song is like a small bird in millions of children’s songs, but it has a strange vibration:
“Dad will be a bird
Take me far away
Mom will be the flower
Let me put it on your chest..”
The lyrics that go straight to the listener’s mind are so tender, warm and affectionate, and evoke the love, pride and responsibility of parents for the future generation of the land. country.
The melody is filled with deep affection: “Dad will be a shield to protect me for the rest of my life …” so that without betraying the heart of my parents, I will also grow up to become a useful citizen, I will always remember one thing. thing: my parents gave me life today, my parents are my hometown, the place where I grew up to be a person The song is not long, the words are short and simple, but every time the younger generation sings , many times touched incessantly about an immense love: the love of parents for their children and the love and gratitude of children to their parents.
Who loves Uncle Ho more than teenagers – Phong Nha
Can say, Who loves Uncle Ho more than teenagers? is a prominent song in the line of compositions written on the topic “Uncle Ho with childhood”. This is a song composed by composer Phong Nha at the end of 1945.
Although the song is mainly composed of simple words, repeated many times, it clearly depicts the loving affection of Vietnamese children to Uncle Ho. Besides, the image of the great leader of the Vietnamese nation appears in the song very beautifully, but still very simple and close.
“Our uncle is tall and elegant
Our uncle’s eyes are like stars, his beard is a bit long.
Our uncle, his skin is brown because of the wind and fog
Our uncle, swore resolutely to avenge the house
Ho Chi Minh loves us, we love Uncle Ho for a lifetime.”
After more than 70 years, this song is still loved by children and performed in cultural festivals.
The little frog – Phan Nhan
Not a musician of his childhood, but musician Phan Nhan has written up bright, bustling, clear and joyful lyrics for children through “Baby frog“. The image of the frog appears so poetic:
Behold, I’m a baby frog
Having a pair of round eyes
I sit alone to study
Next to the bomb hole next to the oval garden
How many young catfish
Together with the perch
Raise your fin
Rhythm to the pounding drums
The simple, easy-to-understand, close and dear lyrics personify the ugly frog that becomes lovely in front of a very poetic scene: He studies hard next to the bomb crater in his garden. Besides, he is also cheered by other lovely animals. Joyful melody with fast tempo, exciting but very gentle goes to people’s hearts: no matter how difficult the situation, we still joyfully dance and sing so that from then on, today’s young generation is more persuasive. and more determined to study to be worthy of the generations his father went before. And more simply, the song is like an encouragement that we need to work hard every day.
Going to School – Bui Dinh Thao
Song “Going to school” is considered one of the classic works written on children’s topics. The song was put to music by the late musician Bui Dinh Thao in 1976, based on the poetic idea of the late poet Hoang Minh Chinh. The song talks about the joyful mood of children when they return to school.
“Yesterday I went to school
Mom leads me step by step
Today my mother went to the fields
I go to class alone
Birds play in the leaves
The fish under the creek whispers
The scent of the forest, the incense of the nuggets,
I’m going to the school to follow.”
The whole song carries a pure atmosphere and is filled with love for the homeland, motherhood, love for teachers and friends… The song carries the wish of the whole people at that time – the war ended, The country is peaceful, everyone has a normal life, children go to school.
Childhood swallow wings – Pham Tuyen
The song Childhood swallow wings It was composed by musician Pham Tuyen in 1987, based on the idea of the French proverb “One swallow can’t make a spring”.
“A little swallow doesn’t make a spring
Let’s swallow together under the warming sun
Seeing the vastness of green and colorful grass and trees
Blue sky flying wonderful birds
Weaving spring with thousands of new rays of sunshine”
The song gives listeners a feeling of peace, innocence and purity of childhood. This is also the song “falling in love” of many generations of Vietnamese children.
Giving rice to my mother to plow – Han Ngoc Bich
“Give me rice to plow“will be another proof of family love associated with love for the motherland and country. A beautiful song in terms of lyrics, melodies, wit, wit and overflowing emotions. From there, an entire period of the people’s heroic history is recreated through each verse, in which children also contribute significantly to creating a heroic victory: Mom, mom rest, it’s noon. Just round the ball Mother eats rice to keep warm, but leaves the buffalo to feed her children, um… herding buffalo Mai, fragrant rice in the village, fragrant rice, the whole hand is fragrant and sunny today When I give rice to my mother, I am happy to plow.
Overcoming the limits of a difficult time, the farmer is still “happy to plow”, until today, the lyrics still have the power to move people’s hearts, still close even though today’s young generation is living. in peace, still clearly feel the child’s love in the song. Since then, a lesson about being a person is rekindled and grown up in every Vietnamese person.
I walk in the middle of the golden sea (Bui Dinh Thao)
“I walk in the middle of the sea of gold” was set to music from the poem “Raw rice season” by poet Nguyen Khoa Dang in the years after liberation. Music is in poetry and in poetry with music, two souls who are in sync have met to create a picture of their homeland imbued with the fragrance of rice with music and poetry.
“I walk in the middle of the sea of gold
Listen to the immense singing in the rice fields
The scent of ripe rice wafts away
Shake the line of electricity poles
Disturbing the whole tree”
Appearing in the song is the image of a gentle, idyllic, peaceful Vietnamese countryside with fertile alluvial fields, wings of storks flying with the scent of rice on a seasonal day. With reasonable anthropomorphic images and simple and rustic lyrics, it has helped listeners to love their homeland and country more, feel their hearts calm down, see both pure and sweet joy, and feel more loving. how lovely. The innocent look at life has made the song powerful in the face of changes in the country and people. That vitality will continue to spread into the future.
Three shining candle lights
Musician Ngoc Le shared the song on New Year’s Eve 1997. Accordingly, the female singer performed “Three flickering candles” is Phuong Thao, she lit 3 candles to pray that she would give birth to a daughter. This image left a strong impression on the musician Ngoc Le and he wrote the song.
The song conveys the dream of a happy and warm family. Three shimmering candles quickly entered the audience’s heart and became the “music” of many families. This song is often used in International Children’s music for children in kindergarten.
World Children’s Festival – Luu Huu Phuoc
The song World Children’s Festival by musician Luu Huu Phuoc is also a familiar song for many Vietnamese people. This song was in the Top 50 best Vietnamese children’s songs of the 20th century and was ranked 42nd.
The content of the song expresses the friendship and solidarity of children around the world. No matter where you live on this earth, even if your skin color is different, children around the world still love and stick together.
“Thousands of miles away won’t stop you from being united
Deep borders do not prevent deep love
The enemy doesn’t stop love from overflowing
Of the children’s group who always wish for peace and joy.
Happy World Children’s Festival
I sing with joy
The resounding song resounds the hand holding through the sea and mountains
In the bright future moving forward in the rhythm of life
Sing the song about love life.”
This is also a song expressing children’s desire for a peaceful world without war. Although the song was born in 1950, until now, the lyrics and melody of the song still have a lot of meaning and are always loved by children.
The whole family loves each other – Phan Van Minh
Song The whole family loves each other Composed by Phan Van Minh in 1988 to give to his wife and children after years of working in remote mountainous areas. The familiar feelings in the family became the inspiration that helped the musician complete this song in just 15 minutes.
“Dad loves you because you look like your mother
I love you because you look like me.
We all love each other
Away is remember, close together is laughing.
I love you because you look like me
I love you because you look like me
We all love each other
Away is remember, close together is laughing.”
Although the song is only encapsulated in 4 short sentences, it has a strong spread: “Dad loves you because you are like mom/ Mom loves you because you’re like dad/ We all love each other/ We miss each other from far away, close to each other. is to laugh”. Singer Xuan Mai, baby Bao An or Yen Nhi have successfully performed this song.
The lamp of the star – Pham Tuyen
“The star lamp, the bright five-pointed star
The handle is very long and the handle is too high
I hold the light, I sing loudly
Bright star lights of the night of the festival!”
The star lamp is the melody that is always played every Mid-Autumn Festival. This song was composed by musician Pham Tuyen in 1956 while he was working in China. It was the bustling atmosphere in the Central Campus (Nanning province, China) on the Mid-Autumn Festival that made the musician even more sobbing nostalgia for his homeland, country and especially Vietnamese children.
Composer Pham Tuyen composed this song with all his love for the country’s future preschool generation. The rhythm of the drum beat and the atmosphere filled with joyful and loving colors of this song have nurtured the souls of many generations of children in the S-shaped country. It has been nearly 60 years since its birth. This song is still loved by many children and sings loudly every time the summer comes and the Mid-Autumn Festival comes.
This earth is ours – Truong Quang Luc
The song of musician Truong Quang Luc has entered the childhood of many people with meaningful lyrics, expressing the children’s wish for a peaceful and beautiful world.
“This earth is ours
Black and white gold but different skin color
Darling, we are precious flowers
Full of sunny fragrance and bright colors
Any flower color – It’s also precious and fragrant!
Any skin color – It’s precious and fragrant!”
This song is almost indispensable in all children’s and children’s programs and is memorized by many children in Vietnam. Not only that, the song “This earth is ours” Also in the top of international children’s music or loved by many people.