Today Wagenaar feels that the notion of a "music of inclusion" can be seen as an important aspect of the new Dutch music as a whole.
His music is closely linked with that of his friend Louis Andriessen and treats similar ideas in perhaps an even more rigorous manner.
null Set in the rural heartland of Surrey, Effingham is a quaint village, close enough to the hustle and bustle of major towns such as Guildford and Epsom and only a 40 minute train ride into London and yet retaining a true country feel and community atmosphere.
Located right in the centre of the village you will find the Sir Douglas Haig Public House and Hotel, named after the infamous World War 1 general.
There is also an extensive bar area where you can catch up on the latest sporting events or sit by the open fires and enjoy a quiet chat with the village locals whilst sampling some of the extensive beer and wines on offer.
Whatever your reason for visiting the Sir Douglas Haig, be it business or pleasure you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome and a delightful stay.
They also assisted in applying for unemployment benefit and even supplied an advance payment.
These two worlds can be seen in two parts of Delhi, one is 'The Old Delhi' and other is 'New Delhi'. Part of the Stayokay hostel-chain in the Netherlands The Hague, lovely town behind the dunes.Visit the Binnenhof, the Peace Palace, the citys numerous shops and sidewalk cafs, the palaces and museums or simply take in some fresh air on the beach in Scheveningen and wander through the dunes.Wagenaar has lived and worked all his adult life in The Hague.Born to a musical family that includes Johan Wagenaar, he began playing piano at the age of eight and by the time he was fourteen had set his sights on a musical vocation.