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[Flutopedia format] References - F

[FAA 2008] Federal Aviation Administration, U. S. Department of Transportation. Aviation Instructor’s Handbook, published by the U. S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Flight Standards Service, 2008, 228 pages. Publication FAA-H-8083-9A.

[Fages 1937] Pedro Fages; Herbert Ingram Priestley (translation). A Historical, Political, and Natural Description of California, published by the University of California Press, Berkeley, California, 1937, 83 pages. Originally published in Spanish in 1775.

[Fain 2007] Susan D. Fain. The Flute Music of G. Wiley Smith and its Cultural Inspiration, 2007, 12 pages.

[Fajardo 1977] Raoul J. Fajardo. “Cylindrical Head Joint with Acoustic Wedging for Concert Flutes”, United States Patent 4,058,046, Granted November 15, 1977, 6 pages, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Falkenhausen 1993] Lothar von Falkenhausen. Suspended Music: Chime-bells in the culture of Bronze Age China, published by the University of California Press, Berkley and Los Angeles, California, 1991, 481 pages, ISBN 0-520-07378-9.

[Fancourt 2014] Daisy Fancourt, A. Ockelford, and A. Belai. “The Psychoneuroimmunological Effects of Music — A Systematic Review and a New Model”, Brain Behav Immun, Volume 36, February 2014, pages 15–26, doi:10.1016/j.bbi.2013.10.014. Publication 24157429 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Fancourt 2016] Daisy Fancourt, Rosie Perkins, Sara Ascenso, Livia A. Carvalho, Andrew Steptoe, and Aaron Williamon. “Effects of Group Drumming Interventions on Anxiety, Depression, Social Resilience and Inflammatory Immune Response among Mental Health Service Users”, PLoS ONE, Volume 11, Number 3, e0151136, March 14, 2016, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0151136.

[Farland 2011] Michael Guy Farland. Under Pressure: Generic and Individual Intra-oral Pressure Profiles in Liquid Swallows, Doctoral dissertation – University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, August 12, 2011, 209 pages.

[Farmer 1929] Henry George Farmer. A History of Arabian Music, published by Luzac & Co., London, 1929. Publication historyofarabian030364mbp on Archive.org (open access).

[Farwell 1901] Arthur Farwell (1872–1952). American Indian Melodies, published by The Wa-Wan Press, 1901, 29 pages. Contains 2 songs.

[Farwell 1902] Arthur Farwell. Dawn, Opus 12, published by The Wa-Wan Press, 1902.

[Farwell 1908] Arthur Farwell. Three Indian Songs — For Chorus, Opus 32, published by G. Schirmer, 1908.

[Farwell 1937] Arthur Farwell. Four Songs for A Capella Chorus, Opus 102, published by G. Schirmer, 1937.

[Farwell 1937a] Arthur Farwell. The Mother's Vow — For Eight-part Chorus of Mixed Voices with Soprano Solo a cappella, Opus 102, Number 4, 1937.

[Farwell 1944] Arthur Farwell. Indian Suite, Opus 110, 1944.

[Farwell 1977] A. G. Farwell, P. W. Orem, and C. W. Cadman (composers). Farwell, Orem, and Cadman, Recorded Anthology of American Music, New York, New World Records, NW 213, 1977, total time 39 minutes.

[Fastl 2007] Hugo Fastl and Eberhard Zwicker. Psychoacoustics: Facts and Models, Third Edition, Springer Series in Information Sciences, Volume 22, published by Springer, 2007, 462 pages, ISBN 3-540-23159-5 (978-3-540-23159-2).

[Fastl 2013] Hugo Fastl. “Basics and Applications of Psychoacoustics”, ICA 2013, Montreal, Canada, June 2–7, 2013, Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 19, 2013, 23 pages, doi:10.1121/1.4800482.

[Faulds 1997] Danna Faulds. Poems from the Heart of Yoga, published by Morris Press, 1997, ISBN-13 978-0-9744106-0-9.

[Faulds 2009] Danna Faulds. Limitless — New Poems and other Writings, published by Peaceable Kingdom Books, Greenville, VT, 2009, 120 pages, ISBN 0-9744106-6-7 (978-0-9744106-6-1).

[Faulkner 1997] Charles H. Faulkner. “Four Thousand Years of Native American Cave Art in the Southern Appalachians”, Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, Volume 59, Number 3, published by the National Speleological Society, December 1997, pages 148–153. ISSN 1090-6924.

[Faulkner-M 1984] Maurice Faulkner and Suzanne Faulkner. “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, published by Kungl. Musikaliska akademien, 1984, pages 217–223.

[Fauntleroy 2006] Gussi Fauntleroy. “Flutes & Flutemakers: Timeless Native American Instruments”, Native Peoples, Volume 19, Number 6, November/December 2006, pages 28–32.

[Favaro 2003] John Favaro. Slightly Out of Tune: The Story of Musical Temperament, April 12, 2003, 10 pages.

[FCPS 1981] Federal Cylinder Project Staff. Inventory of Instantaneous Cylinder Recordings Documenting Folk Culture in the Collections of Federal Agencies — Unpublished document circulated by the American Folklife Center, May 15, 1981, 71 pages, manuscript (typewritten).

[Feaster 2007] Patrick Feaster. "The Following Record": Making Sense of Phonographic Performance, 1877–1908, Doctoral dissertation – Indiana University, April 2007, 722 pages.

[Feder 1964] Norman Feder; Nathan Sturges Jarvis (collection) (1801–1862). Art of the Eastern Plains Indians: The Nathan Sturges Jarvis Collection, published by the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York, 1964, 67 pages, ASIN B0055P39GC, softcover.

[Fehmi 2004] Jeffrey S. Fehmi, Shelley Danzer, and Joanne Roberts. Agave palmeri Inflorescence Production on Fort Huachuca, Arizona, Convervation Assistance Program, published by the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), September 2004, 34 pages. ERDC/CERL TR-04-16.

[Feng 1991] Zhao Feng (chief editor). The Universe of Music — A History (UMH), China Supplementary Volume 1: Instruments, Beijing: Xian dai chu ban she, 1991, 169 pages. A UNESCO / IMC Project.

[Fensli 2005] Rune Fensli, Einar Gunnarson, and Torstein Gundersen. “A Wearable ECG-recording System for Continuous Arrhythmia Monitoring in a Wireless Tele-Home-Care Situation”, Computer-Based Medical Systems, Dublin, Ireland, June 23–24, 2005, 2005.

[Fenton 1936] William N. Fenton (1908–2005). An Outline of Seneca Ceremonies at Coldspring Longhouse, Yale University Publications in Anthropology, Number 9, published by Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut, 1936, 23 pages.

[Fenton 1937] William N. Fenton. The Seneca Eagle Dance, M.S. dissertation – Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1937.

[Fenton 1940] William N. Fenton. “Masked Medicine Societies of the Iroquois”, Annual Report of the Smithsonian Institution for 1940, pages 397–429.

[Fenton 1941] William N. Fenton. “Tonawanda Longhouse Ceremonies: Ninety Years After Lewis Henry Morgan”, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 128, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1941, pages 139–165 + plates. Anthropological paper number 15. Publication bulletin1281941smit on Archive.org (open access).

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

[Fenton 1942a] William N. Fenton. Songs from the Iroquois Longhouse: Program notes for an Album of American Indian Music from the Eastern Woodlands, Smithsonian Institution, Publication 3691, September 11, 1942, 50 pages. Accompanying audio recording is [Fenton 1942].

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

[Fenton 1951] William N. Fenton and Gertrude P. Kurath (1903–1992). “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, Bulletin 149, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1951, pages 139–165. Paper Number 7. Publication bulletin1491951smit on Archive.org (open access). Contains 9 songs.

[Fenton 1953] William N. Fenton. “The Iroquois Eagle Dance, An Offshoot of the Calumet Dance”, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 156, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1953, pages 1–222 + plates. Publication bulletin1561953smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fergusson 1873] James Fergusson (1808–1886). Tree and Serpent Worship: Illustrations of Mythology and Art in Indian in the First and Fourth Centuries after Christ, published by W. H. Allen, 1873, 247 pages.

[Fernando 2007] Nathalie Fernando-Marandola. “Study of African Scales: A New Experimental Approach for Cognitive Aspects”, Revista Transcultural de Música Transcultural Music Review, Number 11, 2007, 9 pages.

[Ferreri 2014] Laura Ferreri, Emmanuel Bigand, Stephane Perrey, Makii Muthalib, Patrick Bard, and Aurélia Bugaiska. “Less Effort, Better Results: How Does Music Act on Prefrontal Cortex in Older Adults During Verbal Encoding? — An fNIRS study”, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Volume 8, Article 301, May 2014, 11 pages, doi:10.3389/fnhum.2014.00301.

[Ferron 1985] Errnest J. Ferron. “Obturator for Flute Designed to Improve the Emission of Certain Notes”, United States Patent 4,499,810, Granted February 19, 1985, 6 pages, retrieved December 5, 2009.

[Fewkes 1890] J. Walter Fewkes (1850–1930). “The Use of the Phonograph in the Study of the Language of the American Indians”, The American Naturalist, Volume 24, published by the Essex Institute, The American Society of Naturalists, May 1890, pages 495–496. Contains 3 songs.

[Fewkes 1890a] J. Walter Fewkes. “On the Use of the Phonograph among the Zuñi Indians”, The American Naturalist, Volume 24, published by the Essex Institute, The American Society of Naturalists, July 1890, pages 687–691.

[Fewkes 1890b] J. Walter Fewkes. “Additional Studies of Zuñi Songs and Rituals with the Phonograph”, The American Naturalist, Volume 24, published by the Essex Institute, The American Society of Naturalists, November 1890, pages 1094–1098.

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

[Fewkes 1891] J. Walter Fewkes. “A Few Summer Ceremonials at Zuñi Pueblo”, A Journal of American Ethnology and Archaeology, Volume 1, published by The Riverside Press, Massachusetts, 1891, pages 1–62.

[Fewkes 1894] Jesse Walter Fewkes. “The Walpi Flute Observance: A Study of Primitive Dramatization”, Journal of American Folk-Lore, Volume 7, Number 27, October–December 1894, pages 265–288, doi:10.2307/532720. Publication 532720 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1895] Jesse Walter Fewkes. “The Oraibi Flute Altar”, Journal of American Folk-Lore, Volume 8, Number 31, October–December 1895, pages 265–284, doi:10.2307/532742. Publication 532742 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1896] J. Walter Fewkes. “A Contribution to Ethnobotany”, American Anthropologist, Volume 9, Number 1, January 1896, pages 14–21. Publication 658267 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1896a] Jesse Walter Fewkes. “The Micoñinovi Flute Altars”, Journal of American Folk-Lore, Volume 7, Number 27, October–December 1896, pages 241–256, doi:10.2307/534112. Publication 534112 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Fewkes 1900] Jesse Walter Fewkes. “Tusayan Flute and Snake Ceremonies”, Nineteenth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1897-98, Part 2, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1900, pages 957–1011, retrieved March 15, 2010. Director: J. W. Powell. Publication annualreportofbu192smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fewkes 1911] Jesse Walter Fewkes. Preliminary Report on a Visit to the Navaho National Monument Arizona, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 50, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1911, 35 pages. Publication bulletin501911smit on Archive.org (open access).

[Fewkes 2006] J. Walter Fewkes. Contribution to Passamaquoddy Folk-lore, published by Project Gutenberg, March 15, 2006, retrieved Febuary 7, 2010. Reissue of [Fewkes 1890].

[Fichter 1978] George S. Fichter; Marie and Nils Ostberg (drawings). American Indian Music and Musical Instruments: With Instructions for Making the Instruments, published by David McKay Co., New York, 1978, 115 pages, ISBN 0-679-20443-1 (978-0-679-20443-5), hardcover. Reading Level: ages 9-12. Met Museum Nolan Library call number M1669.F44 1978 Juv.

[Fiedel 2000] Stuart J. Fiedel. “The Peopling of the New World: Present Evidence, New Theories, and Future Directions”, Journal of Archaeological Research, Volume 8, Number 1, 2000, pages 39–103, doi:10.1023/A:1009400309773.

[Fields 1993] Gary S. Fields. “American Indian Music Traditions and Contributions, Version: 1995-07-14”, American Indian Baseline Essays, Geocultural Baseline Essay Series, published by Portland Public Schools, 1993, 51 pages.

[Figulla 1912] H. H. Figulla. “Ishtar's Descent”, Memnon, Volume 6, 1912, pages 177–190.

[Fillmore 1893] J. C. Fillmore (1843–1898). “Scale and Harmonies of Indian Songs”, Music, Volume 4, 1893, pages 478–489. Contains 6 songs.

[Fillmore 1893a] J. C. Fillmore. “Music of the Vancouver Indians”, Music, Volume 4, 1893, pages 490–491, retrieved December 25, 2009.

[Fillmore 1893b] J. C. Fillmore. “A Study of Omaha Indian Music”, Archaeological and Ethnological Papers, published by Peabody Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1893.

[Fillmore 1894] John Comfort Fillmore. “A Study of Indian Music”, Century Magazine, Volume 47, Number 4, February 1894, pages 616–623. Reissued in [Fillmore 2006] A Study of Indian Music. Contains 11 songs.

[Fillmore 1894a] John Comfort Fillmore. “Primitive Scales and Rhythms”, contained in [Wake 1894], 1894, pages 158–175. Contains 12 songs.

[Fillmore 1894b] John Comfort Fillmore. “A Woman's Song of the Kwakiutl Indians”, Jourunal of American Folk-lore, Volume 6, Boston and New York, 1894, pages 285–290.

[Fillmore 1896] J. C. Fillmore and Washington Matthews (1843–1905). Songs of the Navajos, Land of Sunshine, Volume 7, 1896.

[Fillmore 1897] John Comfort Fillmore. “Navaho Music”, contained in [Matthews 1897], 1897, pages 254–257. Contains 12 songs.

[Fillmore 1899] John Comfort Fillmore. “The Harmonic Structure of Indian Music”, American Anthropoligist, New Series, Volume 1, Number 2, published by G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York, April 1899, pages 297–318. Publication americananthropo02ameruoft on Archive.org (open access). Contains 22 songs.

[Fillmore 2006] John Comfort Fillmore. “A Study of Indian Music”, published by Kessinger Publishing, LLC, July 9, 2006, 48 pages, ISBN 1-4286-3642-0 (978-1-4286-3642-2). Reissue of [Fillmore 1894] A Study of Indian Music.

[Fink 1970] Robert Fink. The Universality of Music, published by Robert Martin Fink, 1970. Reissued in [Fink 1981].

[Fink 1981] Robert Fink. The Origin of Music: A Theory of the Universal Development of Music, published by Greenwich-Meridian, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1981, 293 pages, ISBN 0-912424-06-0 (978-0-912424-06-4). Reissue of [Fink 1970]. Library of Congress call number 81-670095.

[Fink 1985] Robert Fink. The Origin of Music: An Essay, revised, published by Greenwich-Meridian, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1985, 75 pages.

[Fink 1997] Robert Fink. “Neanderthal Flute: Musicological Analysis”, Crosscurrents, Number 183, published by Greenwich Publishing, Canada, February 1997, 33 pages, ISBN 0-912424-12-5 (978-0-912424-12-5). 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] Robert Fink. Selected Essays & Readings: On the Origin of Music, published by Greenwich Publishing, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, 2003.

[Fink 2004] Robert Fink. “Neanderthal Flute: Oldest Musical Instrument's 4 Notes Matches 4 of Do, Re, Mi Scale, updated 2004”, 2004, retrieved December 30, 2009. Reissue of [Fink 1997].

[Finkel 1982] Irving L. Finkel and M. Civil (editors). Materials for the Sumerian Lexicon, Volume 16, SIG 7 ALAN, published by Pontificium Institute Biblicum, Rome, 1982, 348 pages.

[Finnegan 1989] Ruth Finnegan. The Hidden Musicians: Music-Making in an English Town, published by Cambridge University Press, 1989, 378 pages, ISBN 0-521-36066-8 (978-0-521-36066-1).

[Finson 1997] Jon W. Finson. The Voices That Are Gone: Themes in 19th-century American Popular Song, published by Oxford University Press, 1997, 368 pages.

[FirstRider 1973] George First Rider (1904–1990). Blood Musical Instruments and Flutes, AT-180, George First Rider Oral History Project Collection, archives of the Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, in Blackfoot, 1973.

[Fischer 1981] Henry G. Fischer. “Notes on Two Tomb Chapels at Gîza”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Volume 67, published by The Egyptian Exploration Society, London, 1981, pages 166–168.

[Fischer 1989] Henry G. Fischer. “Organology and Iconography of Ancient Egypt and the Renaissance”, Metropolitan Museum Journal, Volume 249, Number 6, published by The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1989, pages 47–52.

[Fishbein 1988] Martin Fishbein, Susan E. Middlestadt, Victor Ottati, Susan Straus, and Alan Ellis. “Medical Problems Among ICSOM Musicians: Overview of a National Survey”, Medical Problems of Performing Artists, Volume 3, Number 1, March 1988, pages 1–8. ICSOM = International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians.

[Fisher 2001] Douglas Fisher. “Early Language Learning With and Without Music”, Reading Horizons, Volume 42, Issue 1, 2001, pages 39–49.

[Fitch 2005] W. Tecumseh Fitch. “The Evolution of Music in Comparative Perspective”, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Number 1060, 2005, pages 1–21, doi: 10.1196/annals.1360.004.

[Fitch 2006] W. Tecumseh Fitch. “The Biology and Evolution of Music: A comparative perspective”, Cognition, Volume 100, 2006, pages 173–215.

[Fitch 2006a] W. Tecumseh Fitch. “On the Biology and Evolution of Music”, Music Perception, Volume 24, Issue 1, 2006, pages 85–88. ISSN 0730-7829; EISSN 1533-8312.

[Fitch-JM 1990] James Marston Fitch. Historic Preservation: Curatorial Management of the Built World, Reprint Edition, published by the University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, North Carolina, 1990, 433 pages, ISBN 0-8139-1272-5 (978-0-8139-1272-1). Originally published by McGraw-Hill in 1982.

[Fitzgibbon 1914] Henry Macaulay Fitzgibbon (1855–1942). The Story of the Flute, published by The Walter Scott Publishing Co, Ltd., Felling-On-Tyne, 1914, 292 pages, retrieved June 9, 2010. Publication storyofflute1914fitz on Archive.org (open access).

[Fitzgibbon 1928] Henry Macaulay Fitzgibbon. The Story of the Flute Being a History of the Flute and Everything Connected With It, Second Edition, published by Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1928.

[Fitzgibbon-SP 2013] Sean P. Fitzgibbon, Trent W. Lewis, David M. W. Powers, Emma W. Whitham, John O. Willoughby, and Kenneth J. Pope. “Surface Laplacian of Central Scalp Electrical Signals is Insensitive to Muscle Contamination”, IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Volume 60, Number 1, 2013, pages 4–9, doi:10.1109/TBME.2012.2195662.

[Fiz 1993] José Fiz, J. Aguilar, Ana Carreras, Ana Teixido, Manuel Haro, Daniel O. Rodenstein, and José Morera. “Maximum Respiratory Pressures in Trumpet Players”, Chest, Volume 104, Number 4, October 1993, pages 1203–1204. Publication 8404193 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Fletcher 1873] Alice C. Fletcher (1838–1923). “Feminine Idleness”, Woman's Journal, Volume 4, September 13, 1873, page 291.

[Fletcher 1888] Alice C. Fletcher. “Glimpses of Child-Life among the Omaha Tribe of Indians”, The Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 1, Number 2, July–September 1888, pages 115–123. Contains 7 songs.

[Fletcher 1889] Alice C. Fletcher. “Leaves from my Omaha Note-Book”, The Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 2, Number 6, July–September 1889, pages 219–226. Contains 1 song.

[Fletcher 1892] Alice C. Fletcher. “Hae-thu-ska Society of the Omaha Tribe”, The Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 5, 1892, pages 135–144.

[Fletcher 1893] Alice C. Fletcher, aided by Francis La Flesche (1857–1932). “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, Volume 1, Number 5, published by the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University, Published by the Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 1893, pages 233–382. Reissued in [Fletcher 1967], [Fletcher 2001], and [Fletcher 2004]. Publication AStudyOfOmahaIndianMusic on Archive.org (open access). Contains 93 songs.

[Fletcher 1893a] Alice C. Fletcher. “How Indian Songs are Borrowed”, The American Anthropoligist, Volume 6, published by Judd and Detweiler, Washington, D.C., 1893, page 376.

[Fletcher 1893b] Alice C. Fletcher. “Music as Found in Certain North American Indian Tribes”, Music, Volume 4, 1893, pages 457–467.

[Fletcher 1893c] Alice C. Fletcher. “The Wa-Wan or Pipe Dance of the Omahas”, Music, Volume 4, 1893, pages 468–477. Contains 2 songs.

[Fletcher 1894] Alice C. Fletcher. “Indian Music — An Address delivered in Washington, D.C. April, 1894 by Miss Alice C. Fletcher”, Music, Volume 6, published by The Music Magazine Publishing Company, Chicago, May–October 1894, pages 188–199.

[Fletcher 1894a] Alice C. Fletcher. “Indian Songs — Personal Studies of Indian Life”, Century Magazine, Volume 47, January 1894, pages 421–431, retrieved December 25, 2009. Contains 2 songs.

[Fletcher 1894b] Alice C. Fletcher. “Love Songs Among the Omaha Indians”, contained in [Wake 1894], 1894, pages 153–157.

[Fletcher 1897] Alice C. Fletcher. “Notes on Certain Early Forms of Ceremonial Expression”, Science, Volume 5, Number 110, published by The MacMillan Company, New York, February 5, 1897, page 215.

[Fletcher 1898] Alice C. Fletcher. “Indian Songs and Music”, The American Folk-lore Society series, The Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 11, Number 41, published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, London and Leipzig, April–June 1898, pages 85–104. Publication 533214 on JSTOR (subscription access). Contains 9 songs.

[Fletcher 1900] Alice C. Fletcher. Indian Story and Song from North America, published by Small, Maynard & Co., Boston, Massachusetts, 1900, xiv + 126 pages, hardcover. Contains 31 songs.

[Fletcher 1904] Alice C. Fletcher; James R. Murie (assistance); Edwin S. Tracy (music transcriptions). “The Hako: A Pawnee Ceremony”, Twenty-Second Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1900-1901, Part 2, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904, pages 1–372, retrieved March 15, 2010. Director: J. W. Powell. Publication annualreportofbu222smithso on Archive.org (open access). Contains 104 songs.

[Fletcher 1911] Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche. The Omaha Tribe, Twenty-Seventh Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1905-1906, published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1911, retrieved March 15, 2010. Chapters I-VII reissued in [Fletcher 1992a] The Omaha Tribe, Volume 1, Bison Book Edition. Chapters VIII - XVI, the appendix, and the index reissued in [Fletcher 1992b] The Omaha Tribe, Volume 2, Bison Book Edition. Publication annualreportofbu27smithso on Archive.org (open access). Contains 139 songs.

[Fletcher 1915] Alice C. Fletcher. Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs — Arranged from American Indian Ceremonials and Sports, published by C. C. Birchard and Company, Boston, 1915, 139 pages. also printed in 1917. Reissued in [Fletcher 1994]. Contains 30 songs.

[Fletcher 1915a] Alice C. Fletcher. “The Study of Indian Music”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 1, Number 4, Washington, D.C., April 15, 1915, pages 231–235.

[Fletcher 1915b] Alice C. Fletcher. “The Indian and Nature”, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Volume 1, Number 9, Washington, D.C., September 15, 1915, pages 467–473.

[Fletcher 1916] Alice C. Fletcher. “A Birthday Wish from Native America”, Extract from the Holmes Anniversary Volume, 1916, pags 118–122. Publication birthdaywishfrom00flet on Archive.org (open access).

[Fletcher 1934] Alice C. Fletcher. “A Study of Indian Music”, American Anthropologist, New Series, Volume 36, published by the American Anthropological Association, Anthropological Society of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1934, pages 487–488.

[Fletcher 1967] Alice C. Fletcher, aided by Francis La Flesche. “A Study of Omaha Indian Music — With a Report on the Structural Peculiarities of the Music by John Comfort Fillmore”, published by Kraus Reprint Corporation, New York, 1967. Reissue of [Fletcher 1893].

[Fletcher 1992a] Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche. The Omaha Tribe, Volume 1, Bison Book Edition, published by the University of Nebraska Press, 1992, 395 pages, ISBN 0-8032-6876-9 (978-0-8032-6876-0). Reissue of [Fletcher 1911] The Omaha Tribe Chapters I - VII.

[Fletcher 1992b] Alice C. Fletcher and Francis La Flesche. The Omaha Tribe, Volume 2, Bison Book Edition, published by the University of Nebraska Press, 1992, 384 pages, ISBN 0-8032-6877-7 (978-0-8032-6877-7). Reissue of [Fletcher 1911] The Omaha Tribe Chapters VIII - XVI, the appendix, and the index, without the list of original owners of allotments on Omaha Reservation and the accompanying map.

[Fletcher 1994] Alice C. Fletcher; Helen Myers (introduction). Indian Games and Dances with Native Songs — Arranged from American Indian Ceremonials and Sports, Bison Books Edition, published by the University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1994, xxiv + 139 pages, ISBN 0-8032-6886-6, softcover. Reissue of [Fletcher 1915].

[Fletcher 2001] Alice C. Fletcher, aided by Francis La Flesche. “A Study of Omaha Indian Music — With a Report on the Structural Peculiarities of the Music by John Comfort Fillmore”, published by Adamant Media Corporation, July 3, 2001, 154 pages, ISBN 0-543-95937-6 (978-0-543-95937-9). Reissue of [Fletcher 1893].

[Fletcher 2004] Alice C. Fletcher, aided by Francis La Flesche. “A Study of Omaha Indian Music — With a Report on the Structural Peculiarities of the Music by John Comfort Fillmore”, published by Kessinger Publishing, March 30, 2004, 156 pages, ISBN 0-7661-8963-5 (978-0-7661-8963-8). Reissue of [Fletcher 1893].

[Fletcher-F 1943] Harvey Fletcher. “Biographical Memoir of Dayton Clarence Miller 1866-1941”, Biographical Memoirs, Volume 23, Number 3, published by the National Academy of Sciences, Autumn 1943, pages 60–74.

[Fletcher-NH 1974] Neville H. Fletcher. “Some Acoustical Principles of Flute Technique”, The Instrumentalist, Volume 28, Number 7, February 1974, pages 57–61.

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