Charles Burkhart

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Charles Burkhart is a retired musicologist, theorist, composer, and pianist. He is a scholar in Schenkerian analysis.

Burkhart was a student of Felix Salzer[1] (it is implied at Queens College, where Burkhart is also listed among faculty [2]). His M.A. thesis for Colorado college, written in 1952,[3] concentrated on the musical culture of Old Order Amish and of Old Colony Mennonites.[4]

Burkhart's compositions include some organ preludes[4] and choruses he has composed and arranged.[5]

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  1. ^ Cadwallader, Allan; Gagne, David. Poundie Burstein and David Gagné, ed. "Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music: Festschrift in Honor of Carl Schachter". p. 45. OCLC 224068728. Retrieved August 1, 2012.  |chapter= ignored (help)
  2. ^ "Queens College Faculty". Retrieved August 1, 2012.  Burkhart is listed here as a Yale graduate.
  3. ^ Burkhart, Charles (1952). The music of the Old Order Amish and the Old Colony Mennonites : a contemporary monodic practice. Colorado College. OCLC 9250631. 
  4. ^ a b "Program from an Organ Concert at Goshen College in which Burkhart's Compositions were played by Bradley Lehman". 30 October 2005. Retrieved August 1, 2012. 
  5. ^ e.g. The deaf woman's courtship : for women's chorus (S.S.A.) a cappella. New York: Mercury Music Corp. 1962. OCLC 77288417. 

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External links[edit]

  • "Burkhart, Charles", Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center.