Is it China ? (这是瓷器吗) (2004)

by Zhang Si'an (Djang San 张思安)

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Album recorded in 2004. First total attempt from myself (Zhang Si'an) to fully mix the ideas of music from the West and the East using Chinese instruments as well as creating my very own cultural bridge between cultures.

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released April 1, 2004

Album name: Is it China ?

Voice: Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) / Liu Hong

All instruments: Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)

All music composed by Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)

All lyrics written by Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) except for "Jianlou House" (Part of a poem called “An Eulogy on my humble abode”, Tang Dynasty, written by Liu Yuxi), "Rolling Blue River" (words by Ming Dynasty poet, Yangshen) and "Three Monks", words from ancient China modified by Liu Hong.


CD Mastering : Chen Yuli / Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)(Sweet Factory Studio)

All songs recorded and first mixed in 2004 at Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) residence in Le Havre (France).

All songs remixed at Kibret’s Studio in Belgium by Olivier Sterbik and Zhang Si’an in 2006 (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)except song 9 mixed at Sweet Factory Studio in Beijing by Chen Yuli and Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)in 2006 – 2007..

All songs recorded and first mixed in 2004 at Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain) residence in Le Havre (France).

All arrangements by Zhang Si’an (Jean-Sébastien Héry et de Galzain)

Cover artwork by Christopher Héry et de Galzain.

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Zhang Si'an (Djang San 张思安) 北京市, China

14 years of music in China. More than 30 albums released, China Battle of the Band winner, Pipa and Zhongruan re-inventor, guitar hero, poet, philosopher.

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Track Name: Yellow river Part 1 (黄河第一部分)
No lyrics.
Track Name: Lou Shi Ming ( 陋室铭)
A mountain needn't be high;
It is famous so long as there is a deity on it.
A lake needn't be deep;
It has supernatural power so long as there is a dragon in it.

My home is humble, but it enjoys the fame of virtue so long as I am living in it.

The moss creeping onto the doorsteps turns them green.