French modern composer Laurent Dury — who uses live instrumentation (including piano, horns, strings, and woodwinds) in his music furthermore to synthesizers — started his career in England, composing tracks for the Oxford Press aswell as for United kingdom tv. After he came back to France in 1998, Dury agreed upon to Roots/Terra Humana and shortly released his debut, Sophrologie, Vol. 1: Conscience et Harmonie. In 2000 Zen Vol. 1: Chin Den Chin arrived, which was accompanied by five produces the next season, including Le Jardin d’Alice and Les Trésors d’Ali. In 2003, his tune “Silk Street” was on Vol. V of the favorite Buddha-Bar series. Dury continuing his craze of issuing multiple albums in a single season in 2004, when he released Musique de Soins: Osteopathie, Musique de Soins: Reiki, Musique de Soins: Sophrologie, and Qi Gong.