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[FAA 2008] Administration, F. A., & Transportation, U. S. D. o. (2008). Aviation instructor’s handbook. U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Flight Standards Service. Publication FAA-H-8083-9A.

[Fages 1937] Fages, P.; Priestley, H. I. (translation) (1937). A historical, political, and natural description of California. Berkeley, California: University of California Press. Originally published in Spanish in 1775.

[Fain 2007] Fain, S. D. (2007). The flute music of G. Wiley Smith and its cultural inspiration.

[Fajardo 1977] Fajardo, R. J. (1977). Cylindrical head joint with acoustic wedging for concert flutes, United States Patent 4,058,046, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Falkenhausen 1993] Falkenhausen, L. v. (1991). Suspended music: Chime-bells in the culture of Bronze Age China. Berkley and Los Angeles, California: University of California Press.

[Fancourt 2014] Fancourt, D., Ockelford, A., & Belai, A. (2014). The psychoneuroimmunological effects of music — A systematic review and a new model, Brain Behav Immun, 36, 15–26, doi:10.1016/j.bbi.2013.10.014. Publication 24157429 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Fancourt 2016] Fancourt, D., Perkins, R., Ascenso, S., Carvalho, L. A., Steptoe, A., & Williamon, A. (2016). Effects of group drumming interventions on anxiety, depression, social resilience and inflammatory immune response among mental health service users, PLoS ONE, 11(3), doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151136.

[Farland 2011] Farland, M. G. (2011). Under pressure: Generic and individual intra-oral pressure profiles in liquid swallows (Doctoral dissertation, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand).

[Farmer 1929] Farmer, H. G. (1929). A history of Arabian music. London: Luzac & Co. Publication historyofarabian030364mbp on Archive.org (open access).

[Farwell 1901] Farwell, A. (1901). American Indian melodies. The Wa-Wan Press.

[Farwell 1902] Farwell, A. (1902). Dawn, 12. The Wa-Wan Press.

[Farwell 1908] Farwell, A. (1908). Three Indian songs — For chorus, 32. G. Schirmer.

[Farwell 1937] Farwell, A. (1937). Four songs for a capella chorus, 102. G. Schirmer.

[Farwell 1937a] Farwell, A. (1937). The mother's vow — For eight-part chorus of mixed voices with soprano solo a cappella, 102(4).

[Farwell 1944] Farwell, A. (1944). Indian suite, 110.

[Farwell 1977] Farwell, A. G., Orem, P. W., & Cadman, C. W. (composers) (1977). Farwell, Orem, and Cadman, Recorded Anthology of American Music, New World Records, NW 213.

[Fastl 2007] Fastl, H., & Zwicker, E. (2007). Psychoacoustics: Facts and models, Third Edition, Springer Series in Information Sciences, Volume 22. Springer.

[Fastl 2013] Fastl, H. (2013). Basics and applications of psychoacoustics, ICA 2013, Montreal, Canada, June 2–7, 2013, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 19, doi:10.1121/1.4800482.

[Faulds 1997] Faulds, D. (1997). Poems from the heart of yoga. Morris Press.

[Faulds 2009] Faulds, D. (2009). Limitless — New poems and other writings. Greenville, VT: Peaceable Kingdom Books.

[Faulkner 1997] Faulkner, C. H. (1997). Four thousand years of Native American cave art in the Southern Appalachians, Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, 59(3), 148–153. ISSN 1090-6924.

[Faulkner-M 1984] Faulkner, M., & Faulkner, S. (1984). The drone sound — A basis for cult and emotional activities in primitive societies: A possibility for the use of the Bronze Lur, Issue 53, Volume 2, of Kungl. Musikaliska akademiens skriftserie, Cajsa S. Lund (editor), Second Conference of the International Council for Tradition Music (ICTM) Study Group on Music Archaeology, Stockholm, Sweden, November 19–23, 1984. Kungl. Musikaliska akademien, 217–223.

[Fauntleroy 2006] Fauntleroy, G. (2006). Flutes & flutemakers: Timeless Native American instruments, Native Peoples, 19(6), 28–32.

[Favaro 2003] Favaro, J. (2003). Slightly out of tune: The story of musical temperament.

[FCPS 1981] Federal Cylinder Project Staff. (1981). Inventory of instantaneous cylinder recordings documenting folk culture in the collections of Federal agencies — Unpublished document circulated by the American Folklife Center.

[Feaster 2007] Feaster, P. (2007). "The Following Record": Making sense of phonographic performance, 1877–1908 (Doctoral dissertation, Indiana University).

[Feder 1964] Feder, N.; Jarvis, N. S. (collection) (1964). Art of the Eastern Plains Indians: The Nathan Sturges Jarvis collection. Brooklyn, New York: Brooklyn Museum.

[Fehmi 2004] Fehmi, J. S., Danzer, S., & Roberts, J. (2004). Agave palmeri inflorescence production on Fort Huachuca, Arizona, Convervation Assistance Program. U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). ERDC/CERL TR-04-16.

[Feng 1991] Feng, Z. (chief editor) (1991). The universe of music — A history (UMH), China Supplementary Volume 1: Instruments, Beijing: Xian dai chu ban she. A UNESCO / IMC Project.

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[Fenton 1936] Fenton, W. N. (1936). An outline of Seneca ceremonies at Coldspring Longhouse, Yale University Publications in Anthropology, Number 9. New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press.

[Fenton 1937] Fenton, W. N. (1937). The Seneca Eagle Dance (M.S. dissertation, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut).

[Fenton 1940] Fenton, W. N. Masked medicine societies of the Iroquois, Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for 1940, 397–429.

[Fenton 1941] Fenton, W. N. (1941). Tonawanda Longhouse ceremonies: Ninety years after Lewis Henry Morgan, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 128, 139–165 + plates. Anthropological paper number 15. Publication bulletin1281941smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fenton 1942] Fenton, W. N. (1942). Songs from the Iroquois Longhouse, Folk Music of the United States, Music of the American Indian Series, Volume 6, 6. Library of Congress, AFS L6. Accompanying booklet published in [Fenton 1942a].

[Fenton 1942a] Fenton, W. N. (1942). Songs from the Iroquois Longhouse: Program notes for an album of American Indian music from the Eastern Woodlands, Smithsonian Institution, 3691. Accompanying audio recording is [Fenton 1942].

[Fenton 1948] Fenton, W. N. (1948). Seneca songs from Coldspring Longhouse, Folk Music of the United States, Music of the American Indian Series, Volume 17. Library of Congress, AFS L17. Accompanying booklet published in [John 1947].

[Fenton 1951] Fenton, W. N., & Kurath, G. P. (1951). The Feast of the Dead, or Ghost Dance, at Six Nations Reserve, Canada, Symposium on Local Diversity in Iroquois Culture, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 149, 139–165. Paper Number 7. Publication bulletin1491951smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fenton 1953] Fenton, W. N. (1953). The Iroquois Eagle Dance, An offshoot of the Calumet Dance, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, 156, 1–222 + plates. Publication bulletin1561953smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fergusson 1873] Fergusson, J. (1873). Tree and serpent worship: Illustrations of mythology and art in Indian in the first and fourth centuries after Christ. W. H. Allen.

[Fernando 2007] Fernando-Marandola, N. (2007). Study of African scales: A new experimental approach for cognitive aspects, Revista Transcultural de Música Transcultural Music Review, 11.

[Ferreri 2014] Ferreri, L., Bigand, E., Perrey, S., Muthalib, M., Bard, P., & Bugaiska, A. (2014). Less effort, better results: how does music act on prefrontal cortex in older adults during verbal encoding? — An fNIRS study, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8(301), doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301.

[Ferron 1985] Ferron, E. J. (1985). Obturator for flute designed to improve the emission of certain notes, United States Patent 4,499,810, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Fewkes 1890] Fewkes, J. W. (1890). The use of the phonograph in the study of the language of the American Indians, The American Naturalist, 24, 495–496.

[Fewkes 1890a] Fewkes, J. W. (1890). The use of the phonograph in the study of the language of the Zuñi Indians, The American Naturalist, 24, 687–691.

[Fewkes 1890b] Fewkes, J. W. (1890). Additional studies of Zuñi songs and rituals with the phonograph, The American Naturalist, 24, 1094–1098.

[Fewkes 1890c] Fewkes, J. W. (1890). A contribution to Passamaquoddy folk-lore, Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition series, The Journal of American Folk-lore, 3(11), 257–280. Reissued in [Fewkes 2006]. Publication journalofamefolk03ameruoft on Archive.org (open access).

[Fewkes 1891] Fewkes, J. W. (1891). A few Summer ceremonials at Zuñi Pueblo, A Journal of American Ethnology and Archaeology, 1, 1–62.

[Fewkes 1894] Fewkes, J. W. (1894). The Walpi flute observance: A study of primitive dramatization, Journal of American Folk-Lore, 7(27), 265–288, doi:10.2307/532720. Publication 532720 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1895] Fewkes, J. W. (1895). The Oraibi flute altar, Journal of American Folk-Lore, 8(31), 265–284, doi:10.2307/532742. Publication 532742 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1896] Fewkes, J. W. (1896). A contribution to ethnobotany, American Anthropologist, 9(1), 14–21. Publication 658267 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1896a] Fewkes, J. W. (1896). The Micoñinovi flute altars, Journal of American Folk-Lore, 7(27), 241–256, doi:10.2307/534112. Publication 534112 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1900] Fewkes, J. W. (1900). Tusayan flute and snake ceremonies, Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-98, , 957–1011, retrieved March 15, 2010. Director: J. W. Powell. Publication annualreportofbu192smit on Archive.org (open access).

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[Fewkes 2006] Fewkes, J. W. (2006). Contribution to Passamaquoddy folk-lore. Project Gutenberg, retrieved Febuary 7, 2010. Reissue of [Fewkes 1890].

[Fichter 1978] Fichter, G. S.; Marie, & Ostberg, N. (drawings) (1978). American Indian music and musical instruments: With instructions for making the instruments. New York: David McKay Co. Reading Level: ages 9-12.

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[Fillmore 1893] Fillmore, J. C. (1893). Scale and harmonies of Indian songs, Music, 4, 478–489.

[Fillmore 1893a] Fillmore, J. C. (1893). Music of the Vancouver Indians, Music, 4, 490–491, retrieved December 25, 2009.

[Fillmore 1893b] Fillmore, J. C. (1893). A study of Omaha Indian music, Archaeological and Ethnological Papers.

[Fillmore 1894] Fillmore, J. C. (1894). A study of Indian music, Century Magazine, 47(4), 616–623. Reissued in [Fillmore 2006] A Study of Indian Music.

[Fillmore 1894a] Fillmore, J. C. (1894). Primitive scales and rhythms, contained in [Wake 1894], 158–175.

[Fillmore 1894b] Fillmore, J. C. (1894). A woman's song of the Kwakiutl Indians, Jourunal of American Folk-lore, 6, 285–290.

[Fillmore 1896] Fillmore, J. C., & Matthews, W. (1896). Songs of the Navajos, Land of Sunshine, 7.

[Fillmore 1897] Fillmore, J. C. (1897). Navaho music, contained in [Matthews 1897], 254–257.

[Fillmore 1899] Fillmore, J. C. (1899). The harmonic structure of Indian music, American Anthropoligist, 1(2), 297–318. Publication americananthropo02ameruoft on Archive.org (open access).

[Fillmore 2006] Fillmore, J. C. (2006). A study of Indian music. Kessinger Publishing, LLC. Reissue of [Fillmore 1894] A Study of Indian Music.

[Fink 1970] Fink, R. (1970). The universality of music. Robert Martin Fink. Reissued in [Fink 1981].

[Fink 1981] Fink, R. (1981). The origin of music: A theory of the universal development of music. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Greenwich-Meridian. Reissue of [Fink 1970].

[Fink 1985] Fink, R. (1985). The origin of music: An essay, revised. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Greenwich-Meridian.

[Fink 1997] Fink, R. (1997). Neanderthal flute: Musicological analysis, Crosscurrents, 183. ISSN 0704-6588. Reissued in [Fink 2004] Neanderthal Flute: Oldest Musical Instrument's 4 Notes Matches 4 of Do, Re, Mi Scale, updated 2004.

[Fink 2003] Fink, R. (2003). Selected essays & readings: On the origin of music. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada: Greenwich Publishing.

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[Fletcher 1873] Fletcher, A. C. (1873). Feminine idleness, Woman's Journal, 4, 291.

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[Fletcher 1892] Fletcher, A. C. (1892). Hae-thu-ska society of the Omaha tribe, The Journal of American Folk-lore, 5, 135–144.

[Fletcher 1893] Fletcher, A. C., & Flesche, a. b. F. L. (1893). A study of Omaha Indian music — With a report on the structural peculiarities of the music by John Comfort Fillmore, Archaeological and Ethnological Papers of the Peabody Museum, Harvard University, 1(5), 233–382. Reissued in [Fletcher 1967], [Fletcher 2001], and [Fletcher 2004]. Publication AStudyOfOmahaIndianMusic on Archive.org (open access).

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[Fletcher 1915] Fletcher, A. C. (1915). Indian games and dances with Native songs — Arranged from American Indian ceremonials and sports. Boston: C. C. Birchard and Company. also printed in 1917. Reissued in [Fletcher 1994].

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