The stride and golf swing piano tradition of the first 20th century is preserved with the playing of pianist and musicologist Adam Dapogny. Regarding his little combo, the Chicago Jazz Music group — offering Jon-Eric Kellso (trumpet), Mike Karoub (bass), Russ Whitman (reeds), Kim Cusack (reeds), Chris Smith (trombone), Fishing rod McDonald (electric guitar, banjo), and Wayne Jones (drums) — Dapogny provides documented seven albums of ragtime, New Orleans and Chicago jazz, and small-band golf swing. The band, which includes made semi-regular performances on National Community Radio’s “A Prairie House Companion,” continues to be highlighted on albums with the Andrews Sisters-like trio Chenille Sisters and past due jazz-blues pianist Sippie Wallace. They celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary using a live record, On the highway, in 1995. Deeply inspired with the piano playing of Jelly Move Morton (1890-1941), Dapogny composed the liner records for some Morton’s recordings released with the Library of Congress and Rounder Information and edited the scholarly publication Ferdinand “Jelly Move” Morton: The Gathered Piano Music, released by Schirmer, Inc.. Dapogny offers documented two albums — Laughing at Existence and Initial Jelly Move Blues — offering his interpretations of Morton’s music. The holder of the doctorate of musical arts in structure, Dapogny has trained at the University or college of Michigan since 1966. He received a faculty acknowledgement award and Thurnau professorship for exceptional teaching in 1982. Dapogny offers offered as an editor and editorial table member for Jazz Masterworks Editions, a collaborative task of Oberlin University as well as the Smithsonian Institute.