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[Caballero 2014] Rodrigo Caballero. The Resounding Body: Epistemologies of Sound, Healing, and Complementary and Alternative Medicine on Canada's West Coast, Ph.D. dissertation – University of British Columbia, published by the University of British Columbia, April 2014, xiii + 193 pages.

[CAD 2011] Martha T. Roth (editor in charge). The Chicago Assyrian Dictionary (CAD), 21 Volumes (26 total parts), published by The Oriental Institute, Chicago, Illinois, Date of publication completion June 2011, 10,000 pages, retrieved December 22, 2011. Publication began 1921. also known as The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.

[Cadman 1908] Charles Wakefield Cadman (1866–1946). From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water, Opus 45, Number 1, published by White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, New York, and Chicago, 1908, 8 pages. http://imslp.org/wiki/Main_Page. Contains 4 songs.

[Cadman 1909] Charles Wakefield Cadman. Four American Indian Songs — Harmonized and Elaborated by Charles Wakefield Cadman (song book), published by the White-Smith Publishing Company, Boston, New York, and Chicago, 1909, 34 pages.

[Cadman 1912] Charles Wakefield Cadman. Idealized Indian Themes — for pianoforte, Opus 54, published by White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, New York, and Chicago, 1912, 22 pages.

[Cadman 1914] Charles Wakefield Cadman. From Wigwam to Tepee, Opus 57, published by White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, New York, and Chicago, 1914.

[Cadman 1915] Charles Wakefield Cadman. “The ‘Idealization’ of Indian Music”, The Musical Quarterly, Volume 1, Number 3, published by the Oxford University Press, July 1915, pages 387–396, doi:10.1093/mq/I.3.387. Publication 738149 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Cadman 1917] Charles Wakefield Cadman. Thunderbird Suite, Opus 63, published by White-Smith Music Publishing Co., Boston, New York, and Chicago, 1917. Publication thunderbirdpiano00cadm on Archive.org (open access).

[Cadman 1920] Charles Wakefield Cadman. “The American Indian's Music Idealized”, The Etude, Volume 38, Number 10, October 1920, pages 659–660.

[Cajune 2011] Julie Cajune (director, producer); Jan Nickman (co-producer); Jennifer Greene (writer); Joanne Bigcrane (narrator); Paul Thompson, Fernando Cellicion, Gary Stroutsos, and Florentine Johnson (performers). Remembering the Songs: Music Traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish, Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research, Salish Kootenai College and Npustin Press, Pablo, Montana and Arlee, Montana, 2011.

[Cajune 2011a] Julie Cajune (writer); Gary Stroutsos (producer and performer); Doug Geist (recording and mixing). Paul Thompson, Fernando Cellicion, and Florentine Johnson (performers). Remembering the Songs: Music Traditions from the Zuni, Navajo, and Salish, Center for American Indian Policy and Applied Research, Salish Kootenai College and Npustin Press, Arlee, Montana, 2011.

[Calabrese 2000] Calabrese P, Perrault H, Dihn TP, Eberhard H, Benchetrit G. “Cardiorespiratory Interactions During Resistive Load Breathing”, American Journal of Physiology - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, Volume 279, Number 6, December 2000, pages R2208–R2213. Publication 11080087 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Caldwell 2009] Duncan Caldwell. “Palaeolithic Whistles or Figurines? — A Preliminary Survey of Pre-historic Phalangeal Figurines”, Rock Art Research, Volume 26, Number 1, 2009, pages 65–82.

[Caldwell-JR 1964] Joseph R. Caldewll. “Interaction Spheres in Prehistory”, Scientific Papers, Volume 12, Number 2, pubished by the Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois, 1964, pages 133–143. in Hopewellian Studies, edited by J. Caldwell and R. Hall.

[Calonahuskie 1989] Louis Calonahuskie, Marilou Awiakta, and Richard "Geet" Crowe. Voices of Memory: Historical Role of Oral Tradition, produced by, Kentucky Educational TV, 1989, video VHS. Museum of the Cherokee Indian call number 2009.020.0001.

[Cambel 2003] H. Çambel and A. Özyar. Karatepe - Aslantaş, Azatiwaya: Die Bildwerke «Karatepe - Aslantaş, Azatiwaya: The Image Works», Mainz am Rhein, in German, 2003, ISBN-13 978-3-8053-3085-5.

[Campbell 2011] Dennis R. M. Campbell. Observations on the Lyric Structure of Hurrian Songs and the Fragment KBo 35.39, 2011, 35 pages.

[Campbell-C 1987] Colin Campbell. Art in Crisis: Contact Period Rock Art in the South-Eastern Mountains of Southern Africa, M.S. dissertation – University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, August 28, 1987.

[Campbell-DA 1964] David A. Campbell. “Flutes and Elegiac Couplets”, The Journal of Hellenic Studies, Volume 84, published by The Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, 1964, pages 63–68. Publication 627693 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Campbell-OD 1917] Olive Dame Campbell (1882–1954) and Cecil James Sharp (1859–1924). English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians, 1917. Publication englishfolksongs00camp on Archive.org (open access).

[Campbell-PD 1995] P. D. Campbell and D. Wescott. “California Elderwood Flute”, Bulletin of Primitive Technology, Volume 9, Number 2, published by the Society of Primitive Technology, Utah, Spring 1995, pages 27–29. ISSN 1078-4845.

[Campbell-PS 1994] Patricia Shehan Campbell and David P. McAllester (1916–2006). “David P. McAllester on Navajo Music”, Music Educators Journal, Volume 81, Number 1, published by Sage Publications for MENC: The National Association for Music Education, July 1994, pages 17–23. Publication 3398792 on JSTOR (subscription access). Contains 1 song.

[Candelario 1948] John S. Candelario; Gerald Nailor (cover art). Indian Songs of the Southwest, Gems for Collectors Series, Taos, New Mexico, Thunderbird Records, C-481, C-484, C-487, 1948, set of 78 rpm 10" audio discs (four).

[CanPost 2007] Canada Post. Canada’s Stamp Details, Volume 16, Number 3, July–September 2007.

[Canright 1985] David Canright. “Pentatonics I Have Known”, 1/1, the Journal of the Just Intonation Network, Volume 1, Number 2, 1985, retrieved January 28, 2015.

[Cantos 1981] Earl J. Cantos, Jr. “Hand Flute and Percussion Instrument”, United States Patent 4,269,104, Granted May 26, 1981, 3 pages, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Caplice 1988] Richard I. Caplice and Daniel C. Snell. Introduction to Akkadian, published by Gregorian and Biblical Book Shop, 1988, 106 pages, ISBN 88-7653-566-7 (978-88-7653-566-6).

[Cappo 1984] B. Cappo and D. Holmes. “The utility of prolonged respiratory exhalation for reducing physiological and psychological arousal in non-threatening and threatening situations”, J Psychosom Res, Volume 28, Number 4, 1984, pages 265–273. Publication 6481661 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Capron 1953] Louis Capron. “The Medicine Bundles of the Florida Seminole and the Green Corn Dance”, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 151, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1953, pages 155–210. Anthropological paper number 35. Publication bulletin1511953smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Cardin 1947] Clarisse Cardin. “Bio-bibliographie de Marius Barbeau”, Les Archives de Folklore, Volume 2, in French, 1947, pages 17–26.

[Carlos 1996] Wendy Carlos. “Three Asymmetric Divisions of the Octave”, 1996.

[Carr 2006] Christopher Carr and D. Troy Case. Gathering Hopewell — Society, Ritual, and Ritual Interaction, Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology, published by Springer Science+Business Media, Inc., New York, 2006, ISBN 0-306-48478-1, hardcover, doi:10.1007/b138920.

[Carrick 2013] Carrick Brain Centers. Tricks for Developing a Sharper Memory, February 22, 2013.

[Carroll 2004] Alex K. Carroll, M. Nieves Zedeño, and Richard W. Stoffle. “Landscapes of the Ghost Dance: A Cartography of Numic Ritual”, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, Volume 11, Number 2, 2004, pages 127–156, doi:10.1023/B:JARM.0000038064.42041.aa.

[Carson 2006] C. F. Carson, K. A. Hammer, and T. V. Riley. “Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil: a Review of Antimicrobial and Other Medicinal Properties”, Clinical Microbiology Reviews, Volume 19, Number 1, January 2006, pages 50–62, doi:10.1128/CMR.19.1.50–62.2006.

[Carstens 2004] Kenneth C. Carstens and Philip J. DiBlasi. “Unique Prehistoric Cultural Artifacts in the S-Bend Area of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky”, contained in [Hockensmith 2004], 2004, pages 69–83.

[Carter 1976] Samuel Carter III (born 1904). Cherokee Sunset: A Nation Betrayed: A Narrative of Travail and Triumph, Persecution and Exile, First Edition, published by Doubleday, 1976, 318 pages, ISBN 0-385-06735-6 (978-0-385-06735-5), hardcover.

[Casarez 2005] Lisa Casarez. Learn the Hidatsa, Arikara and Mandan Languages, 2005, retrieved October 31, 2011.

[Casey 2007] Mike Casey and Bruce Gordon. Sound Directions: Best Practices for Audio Preservation, 2007, 160 pages.

[Cassens 1995] Daniel L. Cassens. “Some Important Indiana Hardwoods — Their Characteristics and Uses, Revised edition”, Forestry and Natural Resources, Marketing and Utilization, FNR 27, published by Purdue University, Cooperative Extension Service, April 1995, ASIN B0006YDHIW.

[Castaneda 1904] Pedro de Castañeda; George Parker Winship (translator and editor) (1871–1952). The Journey of Coronado 1540–1542 — from the City of Mexico to the Grand Canon of the Colorado and the Buffalo Plains of Texas, Kansas, and Nebraska, published by A. S. Barnes & Company, New York, 1904, 251 pages, hardcover.

[Castetter 1938] Edward F. Castetter, Willis H. Bell, and Alvin R. Grove. “The Early Utilization and the Distribution of Agave in the American Southwest”, Ethnobiological Studies In The American Southwest, The University Of New Mexico Bulletin, December 1, 1938.

[CastroSotos 2009] Ana Elisa Castro Sotos, Stijn Vanhoof, Wim Van Den Noortgate, and Patrick Onghena. “The Transitivity Misconception of Pearson's Correlation Coefficient”, Statistics Education Research Journal, Volume 8, Number 2, 2009, pages 33–55.

[CatholicOnline 2011] Catholic Online. “Huron Indians”, 2011, retrieved October 24, 2011.

[Catlin 1841] George Catlin (1796–1872). Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, Volume 2, published by the author, 1841, hardcover.

[Catlin 1848] George Catlin. Catlin's Notes of Eight Years' Travels and Residence in Europe, with His North American Indian Collection — With Anecdotes and Incidents of the Travels and Adventures of Three Different Parties of American Indians whom he Introduced to the Courts of England, France, and Belgium, in Two Volumes, First to Fourth Edition, all issued in the same year, published by George Catlin, London, 1848, 296 and 336 pages.

[Catlin 1857] George Catlin. Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, Volume 1, Ninth Edition, published by Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, 1857, 264 pages, hardcover.

[Catlin 1859] George Catlin. Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, published by J. W. Bradley, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1859, 792 pages, hardcover. Reissued in [Catlin 2005] and as two volumes in [Catlin 1973] and [Catlin 1973a].

[Catlin 1869] George Catlin. Shut Your Mouth, First Edition, published by N. Trübner, London, England, 1869, 92 pages.

[Catlin 1871] George Catlin. North and South American Indians, 1871.

[Catlin 1876] George Catlin. Illustrations of the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians — With Letters and Notes, Written during Eight Years of Travel and Adventure among the Wildest and Most Remarkable Tribes Now Existing, Volume 1, published by Chatto & Windus, Piccadilly, London, 1976, hardcover.

[Catlin 1903] George Catlin. North American Indians, Volume 2, published by John Grant, Edinburgh, 1903, 303 pages, hardcover. Reissue of letters 32-58 of [Catlin 1859]. Reissued in [Catlin 2004].

[Catlin 1973] George Catlin. Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, Volume 1, published by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York, 1973, 289 pages, ISBN 0-486-22118-0 (978-0-486-22118-2), ASIN 0486221180, softcover. Reissue of [Catlin 1859].

[Catlin 1973a] George Catlin. Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, Volume 2, published by Dover Publications, Inc., Mineola, New York, 1973, 266 pages, ISBN 0-486-22119-9, softcover. Reissue of [Catlin 1859].

[Catlin 2002] George Catlin, Brian W. Dippie, George Gurney, Therese Thau Heyman, and The Renwick Gallery. George Catlin and his Indian Gallery, published by the Smithsonian American Art Museum, W. W. Norton & Co., October 2002, 294 pages, ISBN 0-393-05217-6 (978-0-393-05217-6).

[Catlin 2004] George Catlin. North American Indians, published by Penguin Classics, February 24, 2004, 560 pages, ISBN 0-14-243750-6 (978-0-14-243750-6), softcover. Reissue of [Catlin 1903].

[Catlin 2005] George Catlin. Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Condition of the North American Indians, published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC, March 1, 2005, 824 pages, ISBN 0-7661-9385-3 (978-0-7661-9385-7), softcover. Reissue of [Catlin 1859].

[Cavanagh 1973] Beverley Cavanagh. “Imagery and Structure in Eskimo Song Texts”, Canadian Journal for Traditional Music, Volume 1, 1973, pages 3–16, retrieved April 20, 2010. Contains 2 songs.

[Cavanagh 1985] Beverley Cavanagh. “North America: Indian and Inuit Music”, Ethnomusicology, Volume 29, Number 2, Spring–Summer 1985, pages 337–342, doi:10.2307/852148. Publication 852148 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Cazden 1958] Norman Cazden. “Pythagoras and Aristoxenos Reconciled”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Volume 11, Number 2/3, Summer–Autumn 1958, pages 97–105. Publication 829897 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Celiz 1719] Fray Francisco Céliz. Diary of the Alarcón Expedition into Texas, 1718–1719, 1719. Translated Fritz L. Hoffman, Quivira Society, Los Angeles, 1935.

[Cellicion 1988] Fernando Cellicion; Millard Clark (producer). The Traditional Indian Flute of Fernando Cellicion, Lawton, Oklahoma, Indian Sounds, IS-5060, 9 tracks, 1988, audio cassette.

[Cellicion 1990] Fernando Cellicion; Millard Clark (producer). The Traditional and Contemporary Indian Flute of Fernando Cellicion, Lawton, Oklahoma, Indian Sounds, IS-5061, 14 tracks, 1990, ASIN B00GUP4N7K, audio cassette.

[Census 2011] U. S. Census Bureau. The American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States Wall Map, published by the U.S. Census Bureau, Geography Division, Cartographic Operations Branch, Revision date July 13, 2011, retrieved October 24, 2011.

[Cerny 1987] Miroslav Karel Černý. “Das altmesopotamische Tonsystem, seine Organisation und Entwicklung im Lichte der neuerschlossenen Texte «The Mesopotamian Sound System, its Organization and Development in the Light of New Closed Texts»”, Archiv Orientální - Quarterly Journal of African and Asian Studies, Volume 55, in German, 1987, pages 41–57.

[Cerny 1988] Miroslav Karel Černý. “Probleme der Musikaufzeichnung aus Ugarit — Versuch einer neuen Interpretation des "Hymnus h 6" «Problems of Recording Music from Ugarit - Attempt at a New Interpretation of the "Hymn H 6"»”, Sulmu / Vavrousek Petr. - Prague : Univerzita Karlova, in German, 1988, pages 49–62.

[Cerny 1994] Miroslav Karel Černý. “Some Musicological Remarks on the Old Mesopotamian Music and its Terminology”, Archiv Orientální - Quarterly Journal of African and Asian Studies, Volume 62, Number 1, 1994, pages 17–26.

[Cerny 2004] Miroslav Karel Černý. “Another Look at the Mesopotamian "Tonal" System - Ascending or Descending?”, Archiv Orientální - Quarterly Journal of African and Asian Studies, Volume 72, Number 1, 2004, pages 25–32.

[Cervellin 2011] Gianfranco Cervellin and Giuseppe Lippi. “From Music-beat to Heart-beat: A Journey in the Complex Interactions Between Music, Brain and Heart”, European Journal of Internal Medicine, Volume 22, Number 4, 2011, pages 371–374, doi:10.1016/j.ejim.2011.02.019. Publication 21767754 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Chambers 1990] John Chambers; Larry Polansky (editor); Carter Scholz (editor and designer). Divisions of the Tetrachord, published by Frog Peak Music, 1990, 326 pages, ISBN 0-945996-04-7 (978-0-945996-04-0).

[Champollion 1876] M. Jacques-Joseph Champollion-Figeac (1778–1867). Egypte Ancienne «Ancient Egypt», in French, 1876. Publication egypteancienne00cham on Archive.org (open access).

[Chan 1998] Agnes Suiyin Chan, Yim-Chi Ho, and Mei-Chun Cheung. “Music Training Improves Verbal Memory”, Nature, Volume 396, Number 6707, November 12, 1998, page 128, doi:10.1038/24075. Publication 9823892 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Chaplin 2010] Todd Chaplin. Southern Cross Flutes — A Native American Style Flute Guide, 2010, 19 pages.

[Charlesworth 1992] James H. Charlesworth. Archaeology, Jesus, and Christian Faith, in What Has Archaeology to Do with Faith?, published by Trinity, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1992.

[Charters 1978] Samuel Charters. African Flutes (Gambia), Ethnic Folkways, FE-4230, 10 tracks, 1978, 33⅓ rpm 12" vinyl audio disc. Reissued in [Charters 2004].

[Charters 2004] Samuel Charters. African Flutes (Gambia), Smithsonian / Folkways, FW04230, 10 tracks, 2004, audio CD. Originally issued as Folkways Ethnic FE-4230. Reissue of [Charters 1978].

[Chase 1998] Philip G. Chase and April Nowell. “Taphonomy of a Suggested Middle Paleolithic Bone Flute from Slovenia”, Current Anthropology, Volume 39, Number 4, August–October 1998, pages 549–553.

[Chase-WG 1973] William G. Chase and Herbert A. Simon. “Perception in Chess”, Cognitive Psychology, Volume 4, Number 1, 1973, pages 55–81.

[Chatters 2014] James C. Chatters1, Douglas J. Kennett, Yemane Asmerom, Brian M. Kemp, Victor Polyak, Alberto Nava Blank, Patricia A. Beddows, Eduard Reinhardt, Joaquin Arroyo-Cabrales, Deborah A. Bolnick, Ripan S. Malhi, Brendan J. Culleton, Pilar Luna Erreguerena, Dominique Rissolo, Shanti Morell-Hart, and Thomas W. Stafford, Jr. “Late Pleistocene Human Skeleton and mtDNA Link Paleoamericans and Modern Native Americans”, Science, Volume 344, Number 6185, May 16, 2014, pages 750–754, doi:10.1126/science.1252619.

[Chaumeil 1997] Jean-Pierre Chaumeil. “Les Os, les Flûtes, les Morts. Mémoire et Traitement Funéraire en Amazonie «Bones, flutes and the dead. Memory and funeral customs in the Amazon»”, Journal de la Société des Américanistes, Volume 83, in French, 1997, pages 83–110, doi:10.3406/jsa.1997.1672.

[Chazanoff 1990] Daniel Chazanoff (born 1923). Music of the Native North American — for the Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1990, 32 pages, comb binding. Catalog number FOS03.

[Chazanoff 1993] Daniel Chazanoff. Native American Music in Seven Volumes — For the Flute or Recorder with Drum / Rattle ad. Lib., in seven volumes (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 1993. Catalog number FOS12. All seven volumes in a slipcase.

[Chazanoff 1993a] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Southwest (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS05.

[Chazanoff 1993b] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Plains (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS06.

[Chazanoff 1993c] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Pacific Northwest (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS07.

[Chazanoff 1993d] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Lakes and Woods (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS08.

[Chazanoff 1993e] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Great Basin-Plateau (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS09.

[Chazanoff 1993f] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the Southeast (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS10.

[Chazanoff 1993g] Daniel Chazanoff. The Indians of the California (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, contained in [Chazanoff 1993], published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902, 1993. Catalog number FOS11.

[Chazanoff 1997] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Cherokee Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder with Drum & Rattle, in two volumes (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 1997, 64 pages, comb binding. Catalog numbers FOS14A and FOS14B.

[Chazanoff 1998] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Alabama Tribe (Alibamu) — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 1998, 28 pages, comb binding. Catalog number FOS15.

[Chazanoff 1998a] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Santo Domingo Pueblo — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 1998, 34 pages, comb binding. Catalog number FOS16.

[Chazanoff 1998b] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Choctaw Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder, in two volumes (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 1998, 60 pages, comb binding. Catalog numbers FOS23A and FOS23B.

[Chazanoff A] Daniel Chazanoff. Ceremonial Dance — Based upon a Religious Ceremonial Dance of the Northern Ute Tribe, for SATB Recorder Quartet (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS126.

[Chazanoff B] Daniel Chazanoff. A Song of Greeting — Based upon "Greeting Song" of the Tlingit Tribe of British Columbia, for SATB Recorder Quartet (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS127.

[Chazanoff E] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Tohono O'odham Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder, in two volumes (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, 60 pages, comb binding. Catalog numbers FOS24A and FOS24B.

[Chazanoff G] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Crow (Apsaroke) and their Cousins the Hidatsa Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS31.

[Chazanoff H] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Makah Tribe — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS32.

[Chazanoff I] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Mandan Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS33.

[Chazanoff J] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Menominee Nation — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS34.

[Chazanoff K] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Northern Ute Tribe — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS35.

[Chazanoff L] Daniel Chazanoff. Music of the Iroquois Confederacy — For the Native American Flute or Recorder (song book), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, North Carolina, comb binding. Catalog number FOS37.

[Chazanoff M] Daniel Chazanoff. A Farewell Ceremony (Score), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS21S.

[Chazanoff N] Daniel Chazanoff. A Farewell Ceremony (Parts), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS21P.

[Chazanoff P] Daniel Chazanoff. Proclamation for the Native American (Score) — Based upon the 'Power Song of the Eagle' Nez Perce Tribe for Wind Ensemble, Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS17S.

[Chazanoff Q] Daniel Chazanoff. Proclamation for the Native American (Parts) — Based upon the 'Power Song of the Eagle' Nez Perce Tribe for Wind Ensemble, Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS17P.

[Chazanoff R] Daniel Chazanoff. Romance on a Winnebago Love Song (Score) — For Native American Flute (Recorder or Transverse Flute) and String Orchestra (String Quartet), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS26S.

[Chazanoff S] Daniel Chazanoff. Romance on a Winnebago Love Song (Parts) — For Native American Flute (Recorder or Transverse Flute) and String Orchestra (String Quartet), Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS26P.

[Chazanoff T] Daniel Chazanoff. Song of the Forest — A Pastoral poem based upon the 'Song of the Forest' of the Ojibway or Chippewa Nation, Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS19S.

[Chazanoff U] Daniel Chazanoff. Song of the Forest — A Pastoral poem based upon the 'Song of the Forest' of the Ojibway or Chippewa Nation, Susato Press Native American Music Series, published by Susato Press, Brasstown, NC 28902. Catalog number FOS19P.

[Chen 1996] Cheng-Yih Chen. Early Chinese Work in Natural Science — A Re-examination of the Physics of Motion, Acoustics, Astronomy and Scientific Thoughts, published by the Hong King University Press, Hong Kong, 1996, 300 pages, ISBN 962-209-385-X (978-962-209-385-0).

[Chen-SE 1995] Shenchang Eric Chen. “QuickTime VR — An Image-Based Approach to Virtual Environment Navigation”, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual ACM Conference on Comptuer Graphics, Los Angeles, August 1995, pages 29–38.

[Cheney 1892] Simeon Pease Cheney and John Vance Cheney. Wood Notes Wild — Notations of Bird Music, published by Lee and Shepard, Boston, 1892, 261 pages.

[Cheng 2009] Jack Cheng. “A Review of Early Dynastic III Music: Man's Animal Call”, Journal of Near Eastern Studies, Volume 68, Number 3, published by the University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois, 2009, pages 163–178, doi:10.1086/613988.

[Cheong 2014] Kong F. Cheong, Terry G. Powis, Paul F. Healy, Roger Blench, and Linda Howie. “Recovering Music from Pacbitun, Belize: New Evidence for Ancient Maya Instruments”, Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology, Volume 11, 2014, pages 177–190.

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[Curtis-E 1907] Edward S. Curtis (1868–1952); Frederick Webb Hodge (editor) (1864–1956). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 1. The Apache. The Jicarillas. The Navaho, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1907, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates. Reissued in [Curtis-E 1970]; Volume 1 reissued in [Curtis-E 2006].

[Curtis-E 1908a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 2. The Pima. The Papago. The Qahatika. The Mohave. The Yuma. The Maricopa. The Walapai. The Havasupai. The Apache-Mohave, or Yavapai, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1908, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1908b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 3. The Teton Sioux. The Yanktonai. The Assiniboin, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1908, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1909a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 4. The Apsaroke, or Crows. The Hidatsa, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1909, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1909b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 5. The Mandan. The Arikara. The Atsina, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1909, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1911a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 6. The Piegan. The Cheyenne. The Arapaho, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1911, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1911b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 7. The Yakima. The Klickitat. Salishan tribes of the interior. The Kutenai, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1911, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1911c] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States and Alaska, Volume 8. The Nez Perces. Wallawalla. Umatilla. Cayuse. The Chinookan tribes, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1911, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1913] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 9. The Salishan tribes of the coast. The Chimakum and the Quilliute. The Willapa, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1913, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1914] Edward S. Curtis (director). In the Land of the Headhunters, 1914, film.

[Curtis-E 1915] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 10. The Kwakiutl, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1915, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1916] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 11. The Nootka. The Haida, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1916, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1922] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 12. The Hopi, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1922, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1924a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 13. The Hupa. The Yurok. The Karok. The Wiyot. Tolowa and Tututni. The Shasta. The Achomawi. The Klamath, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1924, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1924b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 14. The Kato. The Wailaki. The Yuki. The Pomo. The Wintun. The Maidu. The Miwok. The Yokuts, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1924, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1926a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 15. Southern California Shoshoneans. The Diegueños. Plateau Shoshoneans. The Washo, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1926, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1926b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 16. The Tiwa. The Keres, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1926, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1926c] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 17. The Tewa. The Zuñi, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1926, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1928] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 18. The Chipewyan. The Western woods Cree. The Sarsi, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1928, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1930a] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 19. The Indians of Oklahoma. The Wichita. The southern Cheyenne. The Oto. The Comanche. The Peyote cult, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1930, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

[Curtis-E 1930b] Edward S. Curtis; Frederick Webb Hodge (editor). The North American Indian, Being A Series of Volumes Picturing and Describing the Indians of the United States, the Dominion of Canada, and Alaska, Volume 20. The Alaskan Eskimo. The Nunivak. The Eskimo of Hooper Bay. The Eskimo of King Island. The Eskimo of Little Diomede Island. The Eskimo of Cape Prince of Wales. The Kotzebue Eskimo. The Noatak. The Kobuk. The Selawik, published by University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1930, hardcover and portfolio of large, supplementary plates.

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