Fiona Sze and Guo Gan | In One Take/Une seule prise

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In One Take/Une seule prise

by Fiona Sze and Guo Gan

An exquisite musical encounter with two international award-winning concertists, In One Take offers a lyrical choice that blends classical and contemporary music in the tradition of two ancient Chinese music instruments (harp, zheng and violin, erhu).
Genre: World: World Traditions
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  Song Share Time Download
1. In the Mood for Love
Fiona Sze and Guo Gan
3:17 album only
2. The Vulture Captures a Crane
Fiona Sze
4:44 album only
3. Moon Reflected On Er Quan
Fiona Sze and Guo Gan
7:18 album only
4. Tune of a Fisherman Rowing At Dusk
Fiona Sze and Guo Gan
7:38 album only
5. Horse Racing
Guo Gan
5:58 album only
6. Waltz of the Yao
Fiona Sze and Guo Gan
6:46 album only
7. Flower Blossoms of the Moonlit Spring River
Fiona Sze and Guo Gan
10:02 album only


Album Notes
Fiona Sze-Lorrain is a classical zheng concertist who has performed worldwide. Mentored by Wang Changyuan, an influential contemporary zheng master, she also studied classical piano. She has held concerts at venues such as Maison des cultures du monde and Musée Cernuschi in Paris, Rasa Wereldculturencentrum in Utrecht, Zuiderpershuis Wereldculturen centrum in Antwerp, etc. She has performed with Wang Changyuan Zheng Ensemble, IIIZ+ Ensemble, and the Chinese Music Ensemble of New York. Also a poet and literary translator, she lives in Paris, France.

Born in Shenyang, China, Guo Gan was trained by his father, Guo Junming, a famous erhu master. A honors graduate from Shenyang Music Conservatory, he became professor at Liaoning Music Conservatory in 1995. Also a jazz specialist, Guo founded the jazz groups, GYQ and Dragon Jazz. Living in France since 2001, his soundtracks include L'Idole, (dir. Samantha Lang), Sa Majesté Minor (dir. Jean-Jacques Annaud), Le Premier Cri (dir. Gilles de Maistre), etc. Soloist for the 55th Cannes Festival Opening Ceremony, he performed for Paris Opera Orchestra (L’Encre de Chine) and the UNESCO. Often interviewed by TF1, FR3 and France 4, Guo has collaborated with Lang Lang, Didier Lockwood, Yvan Cassar, Gabriel Yaried, etc.



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