Mr Jonathan Clinch, MA(Oxford) MA(Durham) FTCL LRSM
Jonathan is a doctoral student writing on the orchestral and chamber works of Herbert Howells under the supervision of Professor Jeremy Dibble. He was previously Organ Scholar of Keble College (Oxford), studying with the late David Sanger, Colm Carey and Nicolas Kynaston.
While the focus of his work is analytical his research interests include editing, harmony, orchestration and performance practice. Jonathan also works as a freelance organist having formerly been a cathedral organist. He completed his MA with distinction in 2009 while studying with Dame Gillian Weir. He directs the early music group Durham Polyphony.
More details can be found on his website: www.jclinch.com
- British music in the first half of the 20th century
- Musical analysis
- Sonata theory
- Church music
- Performance practice
Journal papers: academic
- Clinch, J.D. (2011). 'Beauty Springeth Out of Naught': Interpreting the Church Music of Herbert Howells. British Postgraduate Musicology 11: 12 pp.