Burkhart was a student of Felix Salzer (it is implied at Queens College, where Burkhart is also listed among faculty). His M.A. thesis for Colorado college, written in 1952, concentrated on the musical culture of Old Order Amish and of Old Colony Mennonites.
- Cadwallader, Allan; Gagne, David. "The Spirit and Technique of Schenker Pedagogy". In Poundie Burstein and David Gagné. Structure and Meaning in Tonal Music: Festschrift in Honor of Carl Schachter. p. 45. OCLC 224068728. Retrieved August 1, 2012.
- "Queens College Faculty". Retrieved August 1, 2012. Burkhart is listed here as a Yale graduate.
- Burkhart, Charles (1952). The music of the Old Order Amish and the Old Colony Mennonites : a contemporary monodic practice. Colorado College. OCLC 9250631.
- "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.
- e.g. The deaf woman's courtship : for women's chorus (S.S.A.) a cappella. New York: Mercury Music Corp. 1962. OCLC 77288417.
- Burkhart, Charles and Rothstein, William (1964 ; 2011). Anthology for Musical Analysis. ISBN 978-0-495-91607-9. 7th Ed.
- Brings, Burkhart, et al. (1979). A New Approach to Keyboard Harmony. ISBN 978-0-393-95001-4.
- "Charles Burkhart collection of Nancy Cunard, 1951-1965". Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center. Retrieved August 1, 2012.
- "Burkhart, Charles", Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center.
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