MovieScore Media (MMS14017)
Release Date: March 18, 2014
|1.||Between The Crosses||1:30|
|5.||Dreaming in Bed||0:54|
|11.||Here Comes Colette||1:41|
|12.||Looking for Traces||1:29|
|17.||W. as Bait||1:01|
|18.||Dax Takes the Bait||0:53|
|19.||Appointment at the Marketplace||2:39|
|20.||Pictures on the Walls||1:03|
|22.||Message from Dax||1:21|
|25.||A Bridge Too Far||1:34|
|27.||Back to Brussels||2:40|
|Total Album Time:||45:16|
Flemish composer Johan Hoogewijs' music for W. marks an impressive branching out from the medium of television into the medium of film. As the main composer of the show, Hoogewijs was allowed to adapt and conclude his own themes in a satisfying manner as Witse has to solve his toughest case yet.
Album highlights include the passionate "Between the Crosses" and "A Bridge Too Far" which contains the score's hallmark of nervous string patterns. The recording features live strings conducted by Marc Steylaerts, piano solos by Kim Van den Brempt, timpani by Carlo Willems with synths and additional piano parts performed by the composer himself.
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