Catherine Crisp

Senior Lecturer and Head of Chamber Music

University of Chichester Conservatoire

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  1. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2017) The clarinet in London's popular culture (c. 1760-c. 1810). In: Thirty-third Annual Conference on Music in Eighteenth-Century Britain, 24 Nov 2017, Foundling Museum, London. (Unpublished)
  2. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2018) “Transports of delight”? Reviews of Clarinet Performance in Paris and London, c. 1770 – c. 1810. Performance Practice Review. ISSN 1044-1638 (In Press)
  3. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2011) The Solo Clarinettist in London Concert Life, 1740-1800. In: Twenty-Seventh Annual Conference on Music in 18th-Century Britain, 25 Nov 2011, Foundling Museum, London. (Unpublished)
  4. Crisp, Catherine Jill (2009) The Classical Clarinet in Theory and Practice: Xavier Lefèvre’s Methode of 1802. In: CUK Research Students Conference, 7 July 2009, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (Laban Campus). (Unpublished)
  5. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2011) The Developing Roles of the Clarinet Teacher and Amateur Clarinettist in Paris, 1760-1810. In: Royal Musical Association Annual Research Students' Conference, 5 -7 Jan 2012, University of Hull, UK. (Unpublished)
  6. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2016) The Clarinet Comes of Age, c. 1760 – c. 1810: A Tale of Two Cities. Doctoral thesis, Royal College of Music, London.
  7. Crisp, Catherine, Jill (2016) A selection of music written for the clarinet in 18th- and early 19th-century Paris and London. [Audio] (Unpublished)
  8. Crisp, Catherine Jill (2019) Teachers and amateur players of the clarinet in London, ca 1750 - ca. 1810. In: A Handbook for studies in 18th-century English music XXIII 2019. Gerald Coke Handel Foundation, London, UK, pp. 1-32. ISBN 9780956099860
  9. Crisp, Catherine Jill (2019) Clarinet performance 1760-1810: Venues, audience attendance and reception. In: 35th Annual Music in Eighteenth-Century Britain, 29 Nov 2019, The Foundling Museum, 40 Brunswick Square, London, WC1N 1AZ. (Unpublished)