Burt, born 1929, U.S. songwriter.
Historical Examples

Bacharach (ba˙ha˙-ra˙h), a small place of 2000 inhabitants on the Rhine, 12 miles S. of Coblenz.
The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 3 Various

At Bacharach, “the poor people are found dead with grass in their mouths.”
The Thirty Years’ War Samuel Rawson Gardiner

Instead of floating down-stream with the current, it went up-stream as far as Bacharach, where it was recovered.
The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine Francis Miltoun

The evolution of the name of Bacharach is decidedly non-Christian.
The Cathedrals and Churches of the Rhine Francis Miltoun

Well, but look here—why not stop at Bacharach, and see what sort of a place it is?
The Travelling Companions F. Anstey

According to this tale Lorelei was a maiden of surpassing beauty who dwelt in the town of Bacharach in medieval times.
Hero Tales and Legends of the Rhine Lewis Spence

To appease his conscientious scruples in a measure, he continued to work at the romance, “The Rabbi of Bacharach.”
History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6) Heinrich Graetz

A shower of rain and close of the day induced us to make Bacharach our sleeping-place.
Before and after Waterloo Edward Stanley

Bacharach, bak′ar-ak, n. an excellent wine named from Bacharach, a town on the Rhine.
Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various

The ruins of the castle of Stahleck are situated on the Rhine, above the wild, romantic country of Bacharach.
Legends of the Rhine Wilhelm Ruland

Burt born 1928, US composer of popular songs, usually with lyricist Hal David


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