After depositing 3700 pages of Mr. Karchin's manuscripts with Sibley Library, in July, 2018, the composer and Sibley's head archivist, David Peter Coppen, paused to admire the library's handwritten manuscript of Debussy's La mer.
After depositing 3700 pages of Mr. Karchin's manuscripts with Sibley Library, in July, 2018, the composer and Sibley's head archivist, David Peter Coppen, paused to admire the library's handwritten manuscript of Debussy's La mer.
L to R: Pianist Charles Rosen, composer Elliott Carter, pianist Marc Ponthus, and Karchin.
Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance, Cooper Union, June 2008
L to R: Pianist Charles Rosen, composer Elliott Carter, pianist Marc Ponthus, and Karchin. Institute and Festival for Contemporary Performance, Cooper Union, June 2008

As author

“Pitch Centricity as an Organizing Principle in Speculum Speculi of Charles Wuorinen,” Theory and Practice, Vol. 14-15, 1989-90.
Entry on Charles Wuorinen for the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2001.
Charles Wuorinen´s Reliquary for Igor Stravinsky, Contemporary Music Review, Vol. 20, 2002.
On Elliott Carter´s “Anaphora,” from A Mirror on which to Dwell; Elliott Carter, A Centennial Celebration, edited by Marc Ponthus, Pendragon Press, 2008.

As subject

Oskamp, Jacqueline, “Eigentijdse muziek in de Verenigde Staten,” Mens en Melodie, Amsterdam, Holland, February, 1991.
Carl, Robert, Contemporary Music Review, Three Points on the Spectrum: The Music of Louis Karchin, Lois V. Vierk, and Paul Dresher, Vol. 10, Part 1, London, 1994.
Entry in New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2001.
Necula, Cristina, The Road to Romulus, Classical Singer Magazine, Oct. 2007

Archive

Karchin Archive at The Sibley Music Library of the Eastman School of Music