Earl Burtnett  (1896-1936)
Last updated: 19.11.18
According to the Internet source given below, Earl Burtnett was an American pianist, band leader and an arranger/composer of popular music. He was born in Harrisburg, Illinois and was educated at the Pennsylvania State College. He was an arranger for Art Hickman's Band which he eventually took over in 1929. He is perhaps best remembered for his Canadian Capers (1915), Down Honolulu Way (1916) and Leave Me With a Smile (1921). He died in Chicago aged 39.

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This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 15 works by Earl Burtnett (1896-1936). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Key: Electronic Resource Items
Title Year Co-Author Words By Remarks
Down Honolulu Way 1916 Jos A. Burke J. E. Dempsey  wvicon.gif
Kentucky Was Lucky 1918
Some Day 1918 Walter King  wvicon.gif
Bangalore 1919 A.J. Stasny  wvicon.gif
Evening 1919 Haven Gillespie  wvicon.gif
When It's Sunset in Sweden 1919 Dave Morrison  wvicon.gif
Do You Ever Think of Me? 1920 Harry D. Kerr, John Cooper  wvicon.gif
Just Keep a Thought For Me 1921 Harry D. Kerr Max Fischer  wvicon.gif
Leave Me With a Smile 1921
One Kiss 1921 G. Arnheim Leo Wood  wvicon.gif
Mandalay 1924 Abe Lyman, Gus Arnheim  wvicon.gif
Storyland 1924 Elwood Wolf  wvicon.gif
Let's Wander Away 1925 Harry Owens, Paul Ash  wvicon.gif
If I Should Lose You 1927 Robert Stowell  wvicon.gif
Leven Thirty Saturday Night 1930 Jess Kirkpatrick, Bill Grantham