Faculty Records: Gregory Kosteck Papers

University Archives #UA90-66
Kosteck, Gregory, 1937-1991; Kosteck, Nancy
Physical description
0.5 Cubic Feet
Preferred Citation
[Item description]. Gregory Kosteck Papers. UA90-66, Box [number]. University Archives, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC.
East Carolina University Archives
The collection is open for research use.

This record group contains audiorecordings of compositions by Gregory Kosteck and his wife Nancy.

Biographical/historical information

Gregory William Paul Kosteck was born in Plainfield, New Jersey on September 2, 1937. He earned a Bachelor's degree in music theory and composition from the University of Maryland at College Park in 1959 followed by a Masters degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1961 and a PhD there in 1964. He won numerous national and international awards for his scholarship and musical compositions both during his time as a student and as a professor, including a Fulbright Fellowship for post-doctoral study in the Netherlands, the Wienawski International Composers' Competition in 1981, and the Harvey Gaul Opera Prize in 1977. He taught at Washington and Jefferson College before teaching at East Carolina from 1966 to 1973. After leaving East Carolina, he taught at Appalachian State University, Columbia University in New York City, and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He died in Sarasota, Florida on December 27, 1991.

Scope and arrangement

This record group contains audiorecordings of compositions by Gregory Kosteck and his wife Nancy.

Administrative information
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Container list
UA90. Double Concerto for Violin, Piano, and Orchestra; Concert Music for Band
UA90. Polyphonies – by Cunningham Magic Music – by Kosteck Counterpoint - by Kosteck Clouds - by Kosteck Berby Variations - by Kosteck
UA90. Wood Wind Quintet; Cycles, 1971-02-15
UA90. Strophes for Orchestra; Music for Organ and Four trombones
UA90. Movement for Chamber Ensemble. 1961 (Nadia Boulanger Symposium, Columbus Ohio 1962) Upon the Recent Massacre in Piedmont 1962 (James Miller, tenor, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1962) Dutch Phantasy for unaccompanied cello. 1963 (recorded for Radio Nederland Unie, NCRV, Holland) Nancy Kosteck, Cello 1963 Second Piano Sonata, 1963 (Ann Arbor, Michigan 1963), 1961-1963
UA90. Piano Quintet