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Robert Rawlins


Robert Rawlins is Professor of Music Theory at Rowan University, where he has taught for 20 years. He received his Ph.D. in Musicology from Rutgers University. Rawlins is the author of six books, including Jazzology and The Real Dixieland Book, and has published more than 100 articles in dozens of journals, including Downbeat, Jazz Educator's Journal, American Music, Popular Music and Society, and The Journal of Popular Culture. In addition, he has written liner and program notes for dozens of CDs and concerts. Robert plays the clarinet, saxophone, and flute and has been a professional musician his entire life


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The Merion Inn: A Jazz Gem in Cape May, New Jersey

Read "The Merion Inn: A Jazz Gem in Cape May, New Jersey" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Cape May, New Jersey is one of the oldest resort towns in the United States. Dating back to the Victorian Era, it has, over the past few decades hosted jazz festivals in April and November. The Merion Inn, on Decatur Street, is one of the oldest bar/restaurants in Cape May. It is a place ...


Article: Book Review

The Real Dixieland Book / Tunes Of The Twenties

Read "The Real Dixieland Book / Tunes Of The Twenties" reviewed by Budd Kopman

The Real Dixieland Book Robert Rawlins 378 Pages ISBN: 978-1-4234-7694-8 Hal Leonard 2015 Saxophonist Robert Rawlins, who is also Professor of Music Theory at Rowan University (New Jersey) has done jazz a great service by producing The Real Dixieland Book and Tunes Of The Twenties. While they obviously ...


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