Collection of Historical Annotated String Editions
19th- and Early 20th-Century Annotated Editions of String Music:
Bibliographical Problems, Editorial Content and Implications for Performance Practice
'Performing Brahms in the Twenty-first Century'
A detailed programme of papers and workshops, together with guidance about travel and accommodation will be uploaded in the first week of April.
Please click on this link: http://performingbrahms.leeds.ac.uk
An AHRC funded research project
Principal investigator: Prof. Clive Brown (Leeds)
Co-investigator: Prof. Robin Stowell (Cardiff)
Research fellows (2009-2012): Dr David Milsom (Leeds/Huddersfield), Duncan Druce (Leeds)
Honorary Research Fellow: Dr. Ilias Devetzoglou (Leeds)
Research assistant (2008-2012): Dr. George Kennaway (Leeds)
Peter Collyer has worked with the project as an AHRC-funded PhD student (2009-2012). His thesis is entitled '"Leipzig School" Editors and Editions of String Music c. 1840-1930'.
Prof. Nicholas Cook, Prof. William Drabkin, Prof. Dr Thomas Drescher, Prof. Christopher Hogwood, C.B.E., Peter Hanson, Prof. John Holloway, Prof. Simon McVeigh, Prof. Sir Roger Norrington, Prof. Robert Pascall, Prof. Dr Martina Sichardt, Prof. Peter Walls, and David Watkin.
Please note that the site is being constantly updated.
For further information, or to report any difficulties with this site, contact
Clive Brown, School of Music, University of Leeds (tel. +44/0 113 3438220).