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[APA format] References - O
Oberndorfer, A. S. F. (1921).
What we hear in music: A course of study in music history and appreciation, for use in the home, music clubs, conservatories, high schools, normal schools, colleges and universities ..., Fourth Edition. Camden, New Jersey: Victor Talking Machine Company.
Publication whatwehearinmusi00oberiala on Archive.org (open access).
Obikane, Y. (2009).
Direct simulation on a fipple flute using the compressible Navier-Stokes Equation,
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 60, 794–798.
O'Brien, M. J., & Cogswell, J. W. (2001).
Mississippian community organization: The Powers Phase in Southeastern Missouri,
Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology. Springer.
O'Dwyer, S. (2004).
Prehistoric music of Ireland. Stroud, Gloustershire, United Kingdom: Tempus Publishing.
Productions, O. (2010).
Wave the ocean, wave the sea: Alan Lomax's ''Southern Journey'' 1959-1960,
Oishi, S., Kesebir, S., & Diener, E. (2011).
Income inequality and happiness,
Psychological Science, 22(9), 1095–1100, doi:10.1177/0956797611417262.
Okada, K., Kurita, A., Takase, B., Otsuka, T., Kodani, E., Kusama, Y., Atarashi, H., & Mizuno, K. (2009).
Effects of music therapy on autonomic nervous system activity, incidence of heart failure events, and plasma cytokine and catecholamine levels in elderly patients with cerebrovascular disease and dementia,
International Heart Journal, 50(1), 95–110.
Publication 19246850 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).
Assembly, O. L. (1899).
Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 1.
Olderogge, D. A. (1960).
The origin of the Hausa language,
contained in [Wallace-AFC 1960], 795–802.
Oldys, H. (1907).
Music of man and birds,
Harpers, 114(7), 766–771.
Oliver, E. (2001).
Categorizing the Ju|’hoan musical heritage,
African Study Monographs, Supplement 27, 11–27.
Olsen, P. R. (1967).
An aulos in the Danish National Museum,
Danish Yearbook of Musicology, 5, 3–9.
Olsen, G. D. (1995).
Creating the contrast: The influence of silence and background music on recall and attribute importance,
Journal of Advertising, 24(4), 29–44.
Publication 4188987 on JSTOR (subscription access).
Olsen, L. (1972).
Nez Perce Songs of historical significance, as sung by Sol Webb. Lapwai: Nez Perce Tribe.
Olsen, A. L. (1979).
The Nez Perce flute,
Northwest Anthropological Research Notes, 13(1), 36–44.
Olsen, L. (1989).
Guide to the Nez Perce music archive: An annotated listing of songs and musical selections spanning the period 1897-1974. Pullman, Washington: Washington State University, School of Music and Theatre Arts.
Olsen, L. (1999).
A legacy from Sam Morris. Seattle, Washington: Northwest Interpretive Association.
Companion guide to [Morris-S 1995].
Olsen, L. (2001).
Qillóowawya: Hitting the rawhide — Serenade songs from the Nez Perce musical archive. Seattle, Washington: Northwest Interpretive Association.
Olson, D. P. (2009).
The Hastings Center Report, 39(6), 6.
Publication 40407661 on JSTOR (subscription access).
Oma, K. A. (2008).
Yoga in the Bronze Age? — Reflections on the pictorial evidence of the use of body techniques to attain altered states of conciousness,
contained in [Chilidis 2008], 485–496.
Ondraskova, A., Sevcik, S., & Kostecky, P. (2009).
A significant decrease of the fundamental Schumann resonance frequency during the solar cycle minimum of 2008–9 as sbserved at Modra Observatory,
Contributions to Geophysics and Deodesy, 39(4), 345–354.
Opler, M. E. (1940).
Myths and legends of the lipan apache indians,
Memoirs of the American Folk-Lore Society, Volume 36.
Opler, M. E. (1941).
An apache life-way — The economic, social and religious institutions of the chiricahua indians. Chicago, Illinois: Chicago University Press.
Publication apachelifewayeco00ople on Archive.org (open access).
Opler, M. E. (1943).
Navaho shamanistic practice among the Jicarilla Apache,
New Mexico Anthropologist, 6/7, 13–18.
Publication 4291257 on JSTOR (subscription access).
Oppermann, M. (2014).
Flutes of the world — and their stories …, Second Edition. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Age level 7-8.
Opren, J. M. (1874).
A glimpse into the mythology of the Maluti Bushmen,
The Cape Montly Magazine, 9.
Opren, J. M. (1919).
Folklore of the Bushmen,
Folklore, 30(2), 139–156.
Reissue of [Opren 1874].
Publication 1254856 on JSTOR (subscription access).
Oravec, C. (2013).
Yuccas, butterflies, and flute players: The significance of San Juan Basketmaker rock art in the flower world image complex,
Thirty Third Annual Symposium of the Utah Rock Art Research Association (URARA), Moab, Utah, October 11–14, 2013, 15–71.
Oravec, C. (2014).
Yuccas, agaves, butterflies and flute players: The significance of San Juan Basketmaker rock art in the flower world image complex,
Presented to the Dixie Archaeology Society.
Orem, P. W. (1918).
American Indian rhapsody — for piano. Presser.
Ortiz, A. (volume editor); Sturtevant, W. C. (general editor) (1979).
Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 9: Southwest. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Ortiz, A. (volume editor); Sturtevant, W. C. (general editor) (1983).
Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 10: Southwest. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution.
Osburn, M. H. (1946).
Prehistoric musical instruments in Ohio,
Ohio State Archaelogocial and Historical Quarterly, 55, 12–20.
Oshinsky, J. (2008).
Return to child — Music for People’s guide to improvising music and authentic group leadership, Second Edition.
Os-Ke-Non-Ton (performer); Lieurance, T. (composer) (1923).
By the waters of Minnetonka,
Columbia Phonograph, A-3173.
Ostler, J. (2004).
The Plains Sioux and U.S. colonialism from Lewis and Clark to Wounded Knee,
Series: Studies in North American Indian History. Cambridge University Press: published by, doi:10.2277/0521605903.
Owen, J. (2009).
Bone flute is oldest instrument, study says,
National Geographic News, retrieved December 29, 2009.
Owen, B. (1979).
The organ in New England. Raleigh, North Carolina: The Sunbury Press.