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[Baby 1961] Baby, R. S. (1961). A Hopewell human bone whistle, American Antiquity, 27(1), 108–110.

[Backus 1964] Backus, J. (1964). Effect of wall material on the steady-state tone quality of woodwind instruments, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 36(10), 1881–1887, doi:10.1121/1.1919286.

[Badawi 1960] Badawi, A. (supervision); Mokhtar, M. G. e., & Tanbuli, M. '. a. (text); el-Ghazouli, A. H., Abdel-Rahman, A., & el-Gabouri, A. (photographs) (1960). Dresses in Ancient Egypt «Le costume dans l'egypte ancienne / al-azya fi misr al-qadimah». Le Caire: Centre de documentation sur l'ancienne Egypte, in English, French, and Arabic. Publication dressesinancient00bada on Archive.org (open access).

[BadHeartBull 1967] Bull, A. B. H. (drawings); Blish, H. H. (text); Sandoz, M. (introduction) (1967). A pictographic history of the Oglala Sioux. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Press. publication date is sometimes cited as 1968. Helen H. Blish is often listed as the first author.

[Bagwell 2005] Bagwell, D. (2005). The pipe & tabor tutor — A self-teaching method with play-along CD and tune book, 2005 Revision. Berkeley, California: PiperHQ Studio. Originally published in 1988.

[Bailey 2008] Bailey, G. A. (volume editor); Sturtevant, W. C. (general editor) (2008). Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 2: Indians in Contemporary Society. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution.

[Bain 2008] Bain, R. (2008). Enharmonic interval notation. Class Notes, University of South Carolina.

[Bain 2008a] Bain, R. (2008). Scale glossary. Class Notes, University of South Carolina.

[Bain 2008b] Bain, R. (2008). The major pentatonic modes. Class Notes, University of South Carolina.

[Baines 1993] Baines, J. (1993). Symbolic roles of canine figures on early monuments, Archéo-Nil, 57–74.

[Baines-A 1957] Baines, A. (1957). Woodwind instruments and their history, First Edition. New York: W. W. Norton & Company. Publication woodwindinstrume000787mbp on Archive.org (open access).

[Baines-A 1963] Baines, A. (1963). Woodwind instruments and their history, Revised Edition. New York: W. W. Norton & Company.

[Baines-A 1991] Baines, A. (1991). Woodwind instruments and their history, Dover Third Edition, Dover Books on Music. London: Courier Dover Publications.

[Baird 1882] Baird, E. T. (1882). Indian customs and early recollections, Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 9, 303–326. republished in 1909.

[Bake 1949] Baké, A. (1949). Indian folk dances, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 1, 47–48.

[Baken 2000] Baken, R. R., & Orlikoff, R. F. (2000). Clinical measurement of speech and voice, Second Edition. Cengage Learning.

[Baker 1882] Baker, T. (1882). Über die musik der nordamerikanischen wilden «About the music of the North American wild» (Doctoral dissertation, Universitat Leipzig, Germany). Leipzig: Druck vol Breitkopf & Härtel, in German. Translated and reissued in [Baker 1976] On the Music of the North American Indians. Reissued in [Baker 1978] On the Music of the North American Indians.

[Baker 1976] Baker, T.; Buckley, A. (translation) (1976). On the music of the North American Indians. Buren, the Netherlands and New York: Frits Knuf and W. S. Heinman, in English and German. [obtainable from] W. S. Heinman. Translation and reissue of [Baker 1882] Über die Musik der Nordamerikanischen Wilden «About the Music of the North American Wild».

[Baker 1977] Baker, T.; Buckley, A. (translation) (1977). On the music of the North American Indians, Source Materials and Studies in Ethnomusicology, Volume 9. New York, New York: Da Capo Press, in English. Translation and reissue of [Baker 1882] Über die Musik der Nordamerikanischen Wilden «About the Music of the North American Wild».

[Baker 1978] Baker, T.; Buckley, A. (translation) (1978). On the music of the North American Indians. University of Maryland Sea Grant Publications. Reissue of [Baker 1882] Über die Musik der Nordamerikanischen Wilden «About the Music of the North American Wild».

[Baker-WL 1972] Baker, W. L. (1972). Eastern forest insects, Miscellaneous Publication Number 1175. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service.

[Bakkegard 1960] Bakkegard, B. M. (1960). Music in Arizona before 1912, Journal of Research in Music Education, 8(2), 67–74. Publication 3344027 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Bakkegard 1961] Bakkegard, B. M., & Morris, E. A. (1961). Seventh century flutes from Arizona, Ethnomusicology, 5(3), 184–186. Publication 924518 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[BalaSinem 1973] Choir, B. (1973). American Indian songs and chants, Canyon Records, C-6110.

[Baldridge 2003] Baldridge, S. (2003). Playing Native American flute duets, Voice of the Wind, 2003(2), 17–18.

[Baldridge 2003a] Baldridge, S. (2003). In a rut? What it means, and 10 ways to get out of it, Voice of the Wind, 2003(4), 21–22.

[Baldridge 2004] Baldridge, S. (2004). Working with prose, poetry, and storytelling, Voice of the Wind, 2004(3), 18–19.

[Balena 2014] Balena, F. (2014). The scale omnibus. Document version 1.02.

[Balkwill 1999] Balkwill, L., & Thompson, W. F. (1999). A cross-cultural investigation of the perception of emotion in music: Psychophysical and cultural cues, Music and Perception, 17(1), 43–64. Publication 40285811 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Ball 1994] Ball, J. (1994). Trailhead of the American Indian courting flute. Four Winds Trading Company.

[Ball 2001] Whitten, J. B. w. B. A. (2001). Trailhead of the American Indian courting flute, Revised Edition. Red Feather Music.

[Ballantine 1965] Ballantine, C. (1965). The polyrhythmic foundation of Tswana pipe melody, African Music, 3(4), 52–67. Publication 30249600 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Ballard 1969] Ballard, L. W. (1969). Ritmo Indio: A study in American Indian rhythms, for woodwind quintet. New York: Bourne Co. Movements: The Source, The Soul, The Dance. For flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn. "In second movement oboist doubles on the Sioux Indian flageolet or substitute soprano recorder.". Copyright RE0000748245 / 1997-01-08; EU0000129215 / 1969-08-14.

[Ballard 1970] Ballard, L. W. (1970). Mid-winter fires — Woodwind duo with piano accompaniment, for B-flat clarinet, Sioux flute, and piano. Copyright RE0000774468 / 1998-01-05; EU0000220311 / 1970-11-30.

[Ballard 1975] Ballard, L. W. (1975). Music of North American Indians. Santa Fe, New Mexico: Silver Burdett Company.

[Ballard 2002] Ballard, L. W. (2002). American Indian Music for the classroom. P.O. Box 4552, Santa Fe NM 87502: New Southwest Music Publications.

[Balogun 1990] Balogun, F. O. (1990). Nigerian folktales and children's stories by Chinua Achebe, Journal of Black Studies, 20(4), 426–442. Publication 2784520 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Bancroft 1875a] Bancroft, H. H. (1875). The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, Volume 1 - Wild Tribes. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Publication cihm_14100 on Archive.org (open access).

[Bancroft 1875b] Bancroft, H. H. (1875). The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, Volume 2 - Civilized Nations. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Publication cihm_14101 on Archive.org (open access).

[Bancroft 1875c] Bancroft, H. H. (1875). The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, Volume 3 - Myths and Languages. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Publication cihm_14102 on Archive.org (open access).

[Bancroft 1875d] Bancroft, H. H. (1875). The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, Volume 4 - Antiquities. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Publication nativeraces04bancrich on Archive.org (open access).

[Bancroft 1875e] Bancroft, H. H. (1876). The Native Races of the Pacific States of North America, Volume 5 - Primitive History. New York: D. Appleton and Company. Publication cihm_14104 on Archive.org (open access).

[Bannan 2012] Bannan, N. (2012). Music, language, and human evolution. Oxford University Press.

[Bannister 1966] Bannister, B., Dean, J. S., & Gell, E. A. M. (1966). Tree-ring dates from Arizona E — Chinle - De Chelly - Red Rock area. Tuscon, Arizona: Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, The University of Arizona.

[Bao 2013] Bao, K. J., & Lyubomirsky, S. (2013). The rewards of happiness, Chapter 9 in [David 2013].

[Barahona 2002] Barahona, A. (2002). Ancient objects related to music and Ancient Egypt in the National Archaeological Museum of Madrid, contained in [Eldamaty 2002], 75–86.

[Barbe 1979] Barbe, W. B., Swassing, R. H., & Milone, M. N., Jr. (1979). Teaching through modality strengths: Concepts and practices. Columbus, Ohio: Zaner-Blosner.

[Barbe 1981] Barbe, W. B., & Milone, M. N., Jr. (1981). What we know about modality strengths, Educational Leadership, 378–380.

[Barbeau 1915] Barbeau, M. (1915). Huron and Wyandot mythology, With an appendix containing earlier published records, Anthropological Series Number 11, Memoir 80. Ottawa, Canada: Government Printing Bureau. Publication No. 1554. Publication huronwyandotmyth00barb on Archive.org (open access).

[Barbeau 1933] Barbeau, M. (1933). Songs of the Northwest, The Musical Quarterly, 19(1), 101–111, doi:10.1093/mq/XIX.1.101. Publication 738827 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1934] Barbeau, M. (1934). Asiatic survivals in Indian songs, The Musical Quarterly, 20(1), 106–116, doi:10.1093/mq/XX.1.107. see [Barbeau 1942] Asiatic Survivals in Indian Songs article of the same title. Publication 738713 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1934a] Barbeau, M. (1934). How folk-songs travelled, Music & Letters, 15(4), 306–323. Publication 727883 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1942] Barbeau, M. (1942). Asiatic survivals in Indian songs, The Scientific Monthly, 54(4), 303–307. see [Barbeau 1934] Asiatic Survivals in Indian Songs article of the same title. Publication 17582 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1942a] Barbeau, M. (1942). Tsimsyan songs, Monograph 18. New York: American Ethnological Society. the title is also spelled in some references "Tsimshian Songs".

[Barbeau 1945] Barbeau, M. (1945). The Aleutian route of migration into America, Geographical Review, 35(3), 424–443. Publication 211330 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1951] Barbeau, M. (1951). The Dragon myths and ritual songs of the Iroquoians — With musical illustrations, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 3, 81–85. Publication 835782 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1954] Barbeau, M. (1954). The Ermatinger collection of voyageur songs (ca. 1830), The Journal of American Folklore, 67(264), 147–161. Publication 536221 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbeau 1961] Barbeau, C. M. (1961). Catalogue of Indian songs, 1911–1920, One Volume.

[Barbeau 1961a] Barbeau, M. (1961). Canadian folk songs, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 13, 28–30.

[Barbeau 1962] Barbeau, M. (1962). Buddhist dirges on the North Pacific Coast, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 14, 16–21. Publication 835553 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barber 1877] Barber, E. A. (1877). Gaming among the Utah Indians, The American Naturalist, 11, 351.

[Barber 1883] Barber, E. A. (1883). Indian music, The American Naturalist, 17(3), 267–274. Publication 10.2307/2449040 on JSTOR (subscription access). Publication jstor-2449040 on Archive.org (open access).

[Barber-SB 2004] Barber, S. B. (2004). Proyecto Río Verde, 2003: Report on excavations at Yugüe. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies (FAMSI).

[Barber-SB 2009] Barber, S. B., Sánchez, G., & Olvera, M. (2009). Sounds of death and life in Mesoamerica: The bone flutes of ancient Oaxaca, Yearbook for Traditional Music, 41, 94–110. Publication 25735480 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barber-SB 2012] Barber, S. S., & Sánchez, M. O. (2012). A divine wind: The arts of death and music in terminal formative Oaxaca, Ancient Mesoamerica, 23(1), 9–24, doi:10.1017/S0956536112000016.

[Barbera 1977] Barbera, C. A. (1977). Arithmetic and geometric divisions of the tetrachord, Journal of Music Theory, 21(2), 294–323. Publication 843492 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbera 1984] Barbera, A. (1984). Octave species, The Journal of Musicology, 2(3), 229–241, doi:10.1525/jm.1984.3.3.03a00020. Publication 763813 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barbour 1951] Barbour, J. M. (1951). Tuning and temperament: A historical survey. East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State College Press. Publication tuningtemperamen00barb on Archive.org (open access).

[Barclay 1997] Barclay, R. L. (editor) (1997). The care of historic musical instruments. CCI, MGC and CIMCIM.

[Bard 2007] Bard, K. A. (2007). An introduction to the archaeology of Ancient Egypt. Blackwell Publishing.

[Bard 2008] Bard, K. A. (2008). An introduction to the archaeology of Ancient Egypt. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, Ltd.

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[Barker 1957] Barker, G. C. (1957). Some aspects of penitential processions in Spain and the American Southwest, The Journal of American Folklore, 70(276), 137–142. Publication 537297 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Barker-A 1989] Barker, A. (1989). Greek musical writings II: Harmonic and acoustic theory, First Edition. Cambridge University Press.

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[Barks 2004] Barks, C. (translations); Rūmī, J. a. (poetry) (2004). The essential Rumi, New Expanded Edition. New York: HarperCollins.

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[Barnard 1941] Barnard, H. B. (1941). The Comanche and his literature: With an anthology of his myths, legends, folktales, oratory, poetry, and songs (M.A. dissertation, University of Oklahoma).

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[Barnett 1939] Barnett, H. G. (1939). Culture element distributions: IX - Gulf of Georgia Salish, Anthropological Records, 1(5), 221–295.

[Barnett 2003] Barnett, A. (2003). Compose yourself. St. Paul, MN: Llewellyn Worldwide.

[Barnett-RD 1976] Barnett, R. D. (1976). Sculptures from the North Palace of Ashurbanipal at Nineveh (668–627 B.C.). London: British Museum Press.

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[Barron 1991] Barron, L. (1991). The forbidden flutes — Melanesian and Amazonian gender ideologies as reflected in various flute rituals.

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[Barton 1915] Barton, G. A. (1915). Sumerian business and administrative documents from the earliest times to the Dynasty fo Agade, Publications of the Babylonian Section, Volume 9, Number 1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.

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[Bastos 2002] Bastos, R. J. d. M. (2002). Authenticity and entertainment: Ethnic Folkways library, American Ethnomusicology and the ethnic music market, contained in [Berlin 2002], 385–391.

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