Bob Milne is an American ragtime musician and concert pianist. Considered as a "very good specialist of ragtime boogie", he was referred to as a "national treasure" after he was interviewed and documented for future generations by the U.S. Library of Congress in 2004.
- Folksongs, Barrelhouse and Ragtime (1993)
- Old Songs & Old Rags - Some Like 'Em Hot! (1997)
- The Robert E. Lee (1997)
- The Green River Blues (2000)
- Boogie, Blues & Rags (2001)
- The Red River Valley (2004)
- I wonder (2007)
- Silent Night (Ragged Night) (2007)
- Sounds of New Orleans (2007)
- The Last Carousel (2014)
- The Midnight Express
- 88 notes pour piano solo, Jean-Pierre Thiollet, Neva Ed., 2015.p.267. ISBN 978 2 3505 5192 0
- "How a ragtime pianist intrigued leading neuroscientists". Keyboard.
- "Bob Milne in concert at the Library of Congress; pianist, video recording, Video. Performing Arts Encyclopedia". Library of Congress. 2004-10-04. Retrieved 2011-10-20.
- "A 4-Track Mind". Retrieved 18 November 2016.
- "Man Can Listen to Four Symphonies in his Head - Simultaneously!". Broadcast by Radiolab/WNYC. 18:00 minutes in length.
- "Neuroscientist studies Lapeer musical genius' 'impossible' skill to help stroke victims". Flint Journal.
- "The mind of Bob Milne: Unique brain stimuli subject of medical study". The County Press.
- "Bob Milne: Four Songs, One Mind. Scientific American.
- "Bob Milne Comes To Conference Center". Fairfield Bay News.
- "Acclaimed ragtime pianist Bob Milne to perform at the Howmet Playhouse". Mlive.com.
- "Ragtime and boogie woogie piano master Bob Milne returns". Boothbay Register.
- "Ragtime star Bob Milne to perform at Grand Ledge Opera House". Lansing State Journal.
- "Renowned ragtime pianist and "four-track mind" Bob Milne to visit campus". Sewanee Today.
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