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
Welcome to the CHASE website. The CHASE project was an AHRC-funded research project at the University of Leeds (in partnership with University of Cardiff) funded between 2008, & 2012. Since 2012, such has been its significance, it has continued to be an active resource. In 2018, after the retirement of its director, Professor Clive Brown, the site moved to the University of Huddersfield, and is now under the directorship of Dr David Milsom and colleagues in the Nineteenth-Century Performance Research Group (NPRG) within newly-founded multi-disciplinary research centre, Research Centre for Performance Practices (ReCePP).
Over the coming months, the Huddersfield team will be working to update and further augment the resource, with contributions from and consultations with a number of affiliated scholars.
If you have any questions about the site, please contact David Milsom.
Project Team during AHRC funding period (Universities of Leeds and Cardiff)
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 worked with the project as an AHRC-funded PhD student, researching '"Leipzig School" Editors and Editions of String Music c. 1840-1930' (2012).
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).