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[Sachs 1929] Sachs, Curt. 1929. Geist und Werden der Musikinstrumente «Spirit and Evolution of Musical Instruments». Berlin, Germany: D. Reimer, in German.

[Sachs 1940] Sachs, Curt. 1940. The History of Musical Instruments. Dover Publications, ISBN 0-486-45265-4.

[Sachs 1941] Sachs, Curt. 1941. “The Mystery of the Babylonian Notation”, Musical Quarterly, Volume 27, Number 1, 62–69, doi:10.1093/mq/XXVII.1.62. Publication 739367 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Sachs 1943] Sachs, Curt. 1943. The Rise of Music in the Ancient World, First Edition. New York: W W Norton & Co., retrieved January 8, 2012, ISBN 0-393-09718-8 (978-0-393-09718-4). Publication TheRiseOfMusicInTheAncientWorld on Archive.org (open access).

[Sachs 1944] Sachs, Curt. 1944. “The Mystery of the Babylonian Notation”, International Congress of Musicology, New York, September 11–16, 1939, contained in [Mendel 1944], 161–167. Publication papersreadatinte00amer on Archive.org (open access).

[Sachs 1956] Sachs, Curt (editor). 1956. Man's Early Musical Instruments, Ethnic Folkways Records, FE 4525.

[Sachs 1965] Sachs, Curt. 1965. Geist und Werden der Musikinstrumente «Spirit and Evolution of Musical Instruments», Second Edition. Hilversum, The Netherlands: Frits A. M. Knuf, in German.

[Saenger 2007] Saenger, Katherine. 2007. “Rick Wilson and the "Old Flutes" Website”, New York Flute Club Newsletter, 6–9.

[Saintilan 1993] Saintilan, Nicole. 1993. "Music - If So it May be Called:" Perception and Response in the Documentation of Aboriginal Music in Nineteenth Century Australia, Masters of Music dissertation – Department of Music, The University of New South Wales.

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[Sapir-E 1930] Sapir, Edward. 1930. “Text of the Kaibab Paiute and Uintah Utes”, Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volume 65, 297–535.

[Sarantos 2000] Sarantos, John. 2000. Under One Sky — Fourty-One Native American Songs (song book). Louisville, Kentucky: RabbitDog Publishing. Nakai tablature notation, two versions: five-hole or six-hole finger diagrams.

[Sarantos 2000a] Sarantos, John, and McCleskey, Wayne. 2000. Under One Sky — Traditional Native American Songs for the Contemporary Native American Flute, Revised Second Edition (song book). Seattle, Washington: Wind Warrior Publications.

[Sarantos 2002] Sarantos, John. 2002. A Kokopelli Songbook — Finger Chart Songbook, Volume 2 (song book). six-hole finger diagrams.

[Sarantos 2003] Sarantos, John (melody transcription); Joyce-Grendahl, Kathleen (rhythm transcription). 2003. Omaha Prayer, Voice of the Wind, Year 2003, Volume 1, 24.

[Sarantos A] Sarantos, John. A Kokopelli Christmas — Songs for the Winter Seasons, Second Edition (song book). Seattle, WA: Wind Warrior Publications. Nakai tablature notation, five-hole and six-hole finger diagrams.

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[Sargent 1952] Sargent, Margaret. 1952. “Folk and Primitive Music in Canada”, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, Volume 4, 65–68. Publication 835849 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Schlesinger 1939] Schlesinger, Kathleen. 1939. The Greek Aulos — A Study of its Mechanism and of its Relation to the Modal System of Ancient Greek Music, Followed by a Survey of the Greek Harmoniai in Survival or Rebirth in Folk-music. London, England: Methuen & Co.

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