|Title:||Maximizing The Audience|
|Category:||Classical / Screen, stage|
|Other format:||VOC WMA WAV APE VQF MP1 RA|
Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Clarinet [Eb], Soprano Saxophone – Dirk Descheemaeker
Piano – Wim Mertens
|C1||Maximizing The Audience
Percussion – Marc BonnePiano – Hans François, Wim MertensSoprano Saxophone – Dirk DescheemaekerViolin – Geoffrey MaingartVoice – Ine Van Den Bergh, Valerie Koolemans-Beijnen
Piano – Wim MertensVoice – Minne Pauwels
Cello – Monique LaperreFrench Horn – André Van DriesschePiano, Voice – Wim MertensViola – Kris Van Severen
|TWI 480||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict - Maximizing The Audience (2xLP, Album)||Les Disques Du Crépuscule||TWI 480||Belgium||1985|
|SMB 87/88, M. BOX 87/88||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict - Maximizing The Audience (2xLP, Album)||Music-Box, Music-Box||SMB 87/88, M. BOX 87/88||Greece||1985|
|MASO CD 90010||Wim Mertens||Maximizing The Audience (CD, Album)||Materiali Sonori||MASO CD 90010||Italy||1989|
|MBI CD 87.8||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict - Maximizing The Audience (CD, Album)||Music-Box, Music-Box||MBI CD 87.8||Greece||1991|
|TWI 480, TWI 485||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict||Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict - Maximizing The Audience (2xLP, Album + Box, Ltd)||Les Disques Du Crépuscule, Les Disques Du Crépuscule||TWI 480, TWI 485||Belgium||1985|
Music for the play 'The Power of Teatrical Madness' by Jan Fabre. Premiere June 11, 1984, Teatro Carlo Goldoni, Venice. Other Versions (5 of 19) View All. Cat.Wim Mertens Performed By Soft Verdict - Maximizing The Audience (2xLP, Album + Box, Ltd). Les Disques Du Crépuscule, Les Disques Du Crépuscule. TWI 480, TWI 485. Belgium.
Maximizing the Audience. Wim Mertens' first album after dropping the group name Soft Verdict, the double-disc Maximizing the Audience consists of the music for Jan Fabre's play The Power of Theatrical Madness, which premiered in Venice, Italy, on June 11, 1984. This is Mertens' first foray into extended compositional forms; the pieces on earlier Soft Verdict records had been between two and nine minutes in length, but aside from the te "The Fosse" and the 12-minute title track, all the pieces on Maximizing the Audience are close to 20 minutes long. Either the length or the.
Album · 1984 · 5 Songs. Maximizing the Audience. 5. Whisper Me. Wim Mertens. 5 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes. Released: Dec 31, 1984.
Wim Mertens (born 14 May 1953) is a Flemish Belgian composer, countertenor vocalist, pianist, guitarist, and musicologist. Mertens was born in Neerpelt, Belgium. He studied social and political science at the University of Leuven (graduating in 1975) and musicology at Ghent University; he also studied music theory and piano at the Ghent Conservatory and the Royal Conservatory of Brussels.
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