From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Applause (Latin applaudere, to strike upon, clap) is primarily the
expression of approval by the act of clapping, or striking the palms of
the hands together, in order to create noise; generally any expression
of approval. Audiences are usually expected to applaud after a
performance, such as a musical concert, speech, or play. Applause
should not be confused to clapping with the rhythm of a song but should
have a random, sporadic matter to it."
manipulates the idea behind applause by re-arranging situations we are
used to, and finds rhythm where none is expected. The sound sources are
treated and forced into doing what he wants,
creating an experimental and minimalistic picture by hand.
1. A Tennis Audience
2. At The Golf Course
3. Waldner In Slow Motion
4. Not A World Record
5. Sudden Appreciation
6. And The Award Goes To...
7. Must The Show Go On?
This is what you're waiting for, what comes after the short silence
when you've stopped. A simple act that doesn't take much effort, but
can mean so much. The smattering sound that echoes through a hall flows
to the small pub where people stand up to cheer.