Noah Creshevsky Collection, 1966-2005

Creshevsky, Noah


.3 linear ft (1 box).
The Noah Creshevsky Collection at the Northwestern University Music Library spans the years 1966-2005 and documents Creshevsky's compositional career. The collection consists of articles written by and about him as well as compact discs, scores, and texts of his works. The folder of press clippings includes a March 2004 review from Gramophone and an article about Creshevsky's sixtieth birthday celebration in the newsletter of the Institute for Studies in American Music. The Writings folder contains an article by Creshevsky that was published in Contemporary Music Review. In this article, Creshevsky discusses his compositional techniques and his strategies for using an "expanded sonic palette." The bulk of the collection highlights Creshevsky's music and includes 21 CDs and 10 scores. These musical materials are chiefly non-commercial.
Composer, and Professor Emeritus at the City University of New York, Brooklyn College.
Collection open to researchers by appointment.
Noah Creshevsky Collection, Northwestern University Music Library.
Collection location: Northwestern University Music Library, Evanston, Illinois ( Descriptive inventory and container list in Music Library and available online. This collection does not circulate.

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