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[MacDonald 2003] MacDonald, R. A. R., Mitchell, L. A., Dillon, T., Serpell, M. G., Davies, J. B., & Ashley, E. A. (2003). An empirical investigation of the anxiolytic and pain reducing effects of music, Psychology of Music, 31(2), 187–203.

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[MacGregor 2000] MacGregor, A. (2000). The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford.

[Macgregor 2003] Macgregor, S. L. (2003). Women in the Neo-Assyrian world: Visual and textual evidence from palace and temple (Doctoral dissertation, University of California, Berkeley). ProQuest Dissertation #3105304.

[Machado 1983] Machado, A.; Bly, R. (editor, translation) (1983). Times alone: Selected poems of Antonio Machado. Wesleyan University Press.

[Maclagan 2009] Maclagan, S. J. (2009). A dictionary for the modern flutist. Scarecrow Press.

[MacNeish 1958] MacNeish, R. S. (1958). Preliminary archaeological investigations in the Sierra de Tamaulipas, Mexico, Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 48(6), 1–210. Publication 1005840 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Magne 2002] Magne, M. P. R., & Klassen, M. A. (2002). A possible fluteplayer pictograph site near Exshaw, Alberta, Canadian Journal of Archaeology, 26(1), 1–24. Publication 41103398 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Malea 1997] Malea, E., Papageorgiou, P., Hourmouziadis, G., & Panagiaris, G. (1997). Bone flute from the Prehistoric Lake Settlement from Dispilio Kastoria: Technology and conservation problems, Proceedings of the International Conference: Ancient Greek Technology, Thessalonica, Greece, September 4–7, 1997, in Greek, 525–533.

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[Mallery 1881] Mallery, G. (1881). Sign language among North American Indians compared with that among other peoples and deaf-mutes, 263–552.

[Malm 2001] Malm, W. (2001). Traditional japanese music and musical instruments hardcover. Kodansha USA.

[Malotki 2000] Malotki, E. (2000). Kokopelli: The making of an icon. University of Nebraska Press. Reissued in softcover [Malotki 2004].

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[Marczak 2000a] Marczak, E. P. (2000). Bone flutes of the Lamoka Lake site — Part 1, Voice of the Wind, 2000(4), 36.

[Marczak 2001a] Marczak, E. P. (2001). Bone whistles of the Lamoka Lake site — Part 2, Voice of the Wind, 2001(1), 18–21.

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[Marett 2010] Marett, A. (2010). Vanishing songs: How musical extinctions threaten the planet, Ethnomusicology Forum, 19(2), 249–262, doi:10.1080/17411912.2010.508238. The Laurence Picken Memorial Lecture 2009. Publication 27895873 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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