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[Nachmanovitch 1991] Stephen Nachmanovitch (born 1950). Free Play, published by G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1991, 224 pages, ISBN 0-87477-631-7 (978-0-87477-631-7).

[Nagel 2010] Horst Nagel. Mantras für die Neue Zeit: 333 spirituelle Lieder «Mantras for the New Age: 333 Spiritual Songs» (song book), published by Books on Demand GmbH, Norderstedt, Germany, in German, 2010, 248 pages, ISBN 3-8391-1502-7 (978-3-8391-1502-2). Contains 1 song.

[Nakahara 2009] Hidehiro Nakahara, Shinichi Furuya, Satoshi Obata, Tsutomu Masuko, and Hiroshi Kinoshita. “Emotion-related Changes in Heart Rate and its Variability During Performance and Perception of Music”, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Volume 1169, Number 1, 2009, pages 359–362, doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.2009.04788.x. Publication 19673808 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Nakai 1982] R. Carlos Nakai (born 1946). Native American Flute Music, Phoenix, Arizona, Synchestry Studios, NAMF1, 1982, audio cassette.

[Nakai 1983] R. Carlos Nakai. Changes, Canyon Records, CR-615, 15 tracks, 1983, ASIN B000001377.

[Nakai 1987] R. Carlos Nakai. Earth Spirit, Canyon Records, CR-612 (Volume 4), 15 tracks, 1987, ASIN B000001377.

[Nakai 1996] R. Carlos Nakai and James DeMars; David Park McAllister and Ken Light (additional material). The Art of the Native American Flute, published by Canyon Records Productions, Phoenix, Arizona, 1996, 122 pages, ISBN 0-9647886-0-8 (978-0-9647886-0-2), softcover. Contains 18 songs.

[Nakai 2007] R. Carlos Nakai and Udi Bar-David. Voyagers, Canyon Records, CR-7078, 14 tracks, 2007, ASIN B000001377.

[Nash 1999] Stephen E. Nash. “Tularosa Cave”, published by The Field Museum, March 22, 1999.

[Nashoni 2004] Eitan Nahshoni, Dan Aravot, Dov Aizenberg, Mayanit Sigler, Gil Zalsman, Boris Strasberg, Shula Imbar, Edgar Adler, and Abraham Weizman. “Heart Rate Variability in Patients With Major Depression”, Psychosomatics, Volume 45, Number 2, March–April 2004, pages 129–134. Publication 15016926 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Natay 1951] Edward Lee Natay (died 1967); Raymond A. Boley (producer); Mary Boley and David McAllester (liner notes). Natay - Navajo Singer, Phoenix, Arizona, Arizona Recording Productions, C-6160, 8 tracks, 1951, set of 78 rpm 10" audio discs (four); also issued as four 45 rpm 7" vinyl audio discs. Reissued in [Natay 1968], [Natay 1972], and [Natay 1996].

[Natay 1968] Edward Lee Natay; Raymond A. Boley (producer); Mary Boley and David McAllester (liner notes). Natay - Navajo Singer, Phoenix, Arizona, Canyon Records, C-6160, 8 tracks, 1968, 33⅓ rpm 12" vinyl audio disc. Reissue of [Natay 1951].

[Natay 1972] Edward Lee Natay; Raymond A. Boley (producer); Mary Boley and David McAllester (liner notes). Natay - Navajo Singer, Phoenix, Arizona, Canyon Records, C-6160-C, 8 tracks, 1972, audio cassette. Reissue of [Natay 1951].

[Natay 1996] Edward Lee Natay; Raymond A. Boley (producer); Mary Boley and David McAllester (liner notes); Jack Miller (digital re0mastering). Natay, Navajo Singer — The Music of Ed Lee Natay, Phoenix, Arizona, Canyon Records, CR-6160, 19 tracks, 1996, UPC 7-29337-61602-8, audio CD. Reissue of [Natay 1951].

[Nattiez 1983] Jean-Jacques Nattiez. “The Rekkukara of the Ainu (Japan) and the Katajjaq of the Inuit (Canada) — A Comparison”, Le monde de la musique, Volume 25, Number 2, 1983, pages 33–44.

[Nattiez 1989] Jean-Jacques Nattiez. “Reflections on the Development of Semiology in Music”, Music Analysis, Volume 8, Numbers 1 and 2, published by Blackwell Publishing, March–June 1989, pages 21–75.

[Nattiez 1993] Jean-Jacques Nattiez. Chants des Inuit Iglulik «Songs of the Iglulik Inuit», Museum Collection Berlin series, CD 19, published by the Ethnologisches Museum Staatliche Museen zu Berlin Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin, in French and English, 1993, audio CD. Series Editor: Artur Simon.

[Nederveen 1998] C. J. Nederveen. Acoustical Aspects of Woodwind Instruments, published by the Northern Illinois University Press, DeKalb, Illinois, 1998, 147 pages, ISBN 0-87580-577-9, softcover.

[Neilan 2002] RuthiE Neilan. “The Native American Flute and Hospice: Healing Music for the End of Life”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2002, Volume 3, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, 2002, pages 21–23.

[NekaneOnakwa 2009] Harry Knickerbocker NekaneOnakwa. Recording Studio for Native American Flute Music, published by Powder River Flutes, 2009, 35 pages, comb-bound book with CD-ROM. Author's Tuscarora name is NekaneOnakwa, pronounced __PRONUNCIATION__[nek-ah-__BOLD__nah__END_BOLD__-eh-koh-ah]__END_PRONUNCIATION__, means “hawk”.

[Nelson 1997] D. E. Nelson and T. L. Ku. “Radiocarbon Dating of Bone and Charcoal from Divje Babe I Cave”, contained in [Turk 1997], 1997, pages 51–64.

[Nelson-E 2009] Elaine M. Nelson. “Cultural Survival and the Omaha Way — Eunice Woodhull Stabler's Legacy of Preservation on the Twentieth Century Plains”, Great Plains Quarterly, Volume 29, Summer 2009, pages 219–236. Also published by the University of Nebraska Digital Commons, paper 1231.

[Neskahi 1995] Arlie Neskahi. Flute and Whistle Traditions, 1995, retrieved June 5, 2015.

[Nettl 1953] Bruno Nettl (born 1930). “Observations on Meaningless Peyote Song Texts”, Journal of American Folk-lore, Volume 66, Number 260, April–June 1953, pages 161–164.

[Nettl 1953a] Bruno Nettl. “The Shawnee Musical Style: Historical Perspective in Primitive Music”, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, Volume 9, Number 3, published by the University of New Mexico, Autumn 1953, page 277–285. Publication 3628699 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1953b] Bruno Nettl. “Stylistic Variety in North American Indian Music”, Journal of the American Musicological Society, Volume 6, Number 2, published by the University of California Press, Summer 1953, pages 160–168. Publication 829796 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1954] Bruno Nettl. North American Indian Musical Styles, Memoirs Series, Volume 54, published by The American Folklore Soceity, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1954, 399 pages.

[Nettl 1954a] Bruno Nettl. “North American Indian Musical Styles, Sections 1-2”, The Journal of American Folklore, Volume 67, Number 263, published by the American Folklore Society, January–March 1954, pages 44–56. This article and the two that follow constitute the bulk of the writer's doctoral dissertation, accepted by the faculty of Indiana University in June 1953. Publication 536807 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1954b] Bruno Nettl. “North American Indian Musical Styles, Sections 3-5”, The Journal of American Folklore, Volume 67, Number 265, published by the American Folklore Society, July–September 1954, pages 297–307. Publication 536785 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1954c] Bruno Nettl. “North American Indian Musical Styles, Sections 6-8”, The Journal of American Folklore, Volume 67, Number 266, published by the American Folklore Society, October–December 1954, pages 351–368. Publication 536412 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1955] Bruno Nettl. “Musical Culture of the Arapaho”, The Musical Quarterly, Volume 41, Issue 3, published by Oxford University Press, July 1955, pages 325–331, doi:10.1093/mq/XLI.3.325. Publication 739795 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1956] Bruno Nettl. Music in Primitive Culture, Second Edition, published by Harvard University Press, December 1956, 200 pages, ISBN 0-674-59000-7 (978-0-674-59000-7). Contains 1 song.

[Nettl 1958] Bruno Nettl. “Historical Aspects of Ethnomusicology”, American Anthropologist, New Series, Volume 60, Number 3, published by Blackwell Publishing, on behalf of the American Anthropological Association, June 1958, pages 518–532, doi:10.1525/aa.1958.60.3.02a00100.

[Nettl 1958a] Bruno Nettl. “Transposition as a Composition Technique in Folk and Primitive Music”, Ethnomusicology, Volume 2, Number 2, published by the University of Illinois Press, May 1958, pages 56–65. Publication 924384 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1960] Bruno Nettl. Cheremis Musical Styles, Indiana University Folklore series, volume 14, published by the Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 1960, xv + 108 pages.

[Nettl 1961] Bruno Nettl. “Polyphony in North American Indian Music”, The Musical Quarterly, Volume 47, Number 3, published by the Oxford University Press, July 1961, pages 354–362, doi:10.1093/mq/XLVII.3.354. Publication 740167 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1965] Bruno Nettl. “The Songs of Ishi: Musical Style of the Yahi Indians”, The Musical Quarterly, Volume 51, Number 3, published by the Oxford University Press, July 1965, pages 460–477, retrieved March 13, 2010, doi:10.1093/mq/LI.3.460. Publication 740835 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1967] Bruno Nettl. “Studies in Blackfoot Indian Musical Culture — Part I: Traditional Uses and Functions”, Ethnomusicology, Volume 11, Number 2, published by the University of Illinois Press, May 1967, pages 141–160. Publication 849814 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1967a] Bruno Nettl. “Studies in Blackfoot Indian Musical Culture — Part II: Musical Life of the Montana Blackfoot”, Ethnomusicology, Volume 11, Number 3, published by the University of Illinois Press, September 1967, pages 293–309. Publication 850267 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1968] Bruno Nettl. “Studies in Blackfoot Indian Musical Culture — Part IV: Notes on Composition, Text Settings, and Performance”, Ethnomusicology, Volume 12, Number 2, published by the University of Illinois Press, May 1968, pages 192–207. Publication 849929 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1974] Bruno Nettl. “Thoughts on Improvisation: A Comparative Approach”, The Musical Quarterly, Volume 60, Number 1, published by the Oxford University Press, January 1974, pages 1–19. Publication 741663 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Nettl 1979] Bruno Nettl (editor). An Historical Album of Blackfoot Indian Music, Ethnic Folkways Records, FE 34001, 1979.

[Nettl 1995] Bruno Nettl. “The Seminal Eighties: A North American Perspective of the Beginnings of Musicology and Ethnomusicology”, Revista Transcultural de Música / Transcultural Music Review, Number 1, in Spanish and English, June 1995, retrieved December 19, 2010. ISSN:1697-0101.

[Nettl 1996] Bruno Nettl. “Relating the Present to the Past: Thoughts on the study of musical change and culture change in ethnomusicology”, Journal of Musical Anthropology of the Mediterranean, Number 1, 1996, retrieved April 26, 2010. available in English and Italian.

[Neuenfeldt 2002] Karl Neuenfeldt (editor). “Indigenous Popular Music in North America: Continuations and Innovations”, The World of Music, Volume 44, Number 1, 2002.

[Neuman-GS 1999] Gayle Stuwe Neuman (strings, voice, percussion); Philip Neuman (winds, strings, percussion, voice). Music of the Ancient Sumerians, Egyptians & Greeks, Pandourion, PRCD 1005, 24 tracks, 1999, total time 46:45, ASIN B000044U1S.

[Nevaquaya 1976] Doc Tate Nevaquaya (1932–1996); K. D. Edwards (recording). Indian Flute Songs from Comanche Land, Midwest City, Oklahoma, Native American Music, 1976, audio cassette.

[Nevaquaya 1979] Doc Tate Nevaquaya; Verna Gillis (recording). Doc Tate Nevaquaya: Comanche Flute Music, Smithsonian / Folkways, F-4328, 25 tracks, 1979, audio cassette. Originally issued as Folkways Ethnic FE-4328. Reissued in [Nevaquaya 2004]. Contains 12 songs.

[Nevaquaya 1992] Doc Tate Nevaquaya; Greg Ford (producer, recording, mixing). The Master, Norman, Oklahoma, Semihoye-Shawnee, 9 tracks, 1992. alternate title: "Legends Are Forever".

[Nevaquaya 2004] Doc Tate Nevaquaya; Verna Gillis (recording). Comanche Flute Music — Played by Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, SFW CD 50403, 25 tracks, 2004, total time 43 minutes, ASIN B000GJJGI2, audio CD. Reissue of [Nevaquaya 1979].

[Nevin 1920] Arthur Nevin. “Impressions of Indian Music as Heard in the Woods, Prairies, Mountains and Wigwams”, The Etude, Volume 38, Number 10, October 1920, pages 663–664.

[Newcomb 1940] Franc J. Newcomb. “Origin Legend of the Navajo Eagle Chant”, The Journal of American Folklore, Volume 53, Number 207, January–March 1940, pages 50–77. Publication 535373 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Newhauser 2009] Daniel Newhauser. “Taking Rhythm to Heart”, Wavelength, published by Friends of Public Radio Arizona (FPRAZ), Tempe, Arizona, Fall 2009.

[Newman 1999] Louise Michele Newman. White Women's Rights, published by Oxford University Press, New York, 1999, 271 pages.

[Newton 1704] Isaac Newton (1642–1727). Opticks, 1704.

[Newton-J 1779] John Newton (1725–1807) and William Cowper (1731–1800). Olney Hymns, 1779.

[Nicholas 2006] Nick Nicholas. “Unicode Technical Note: Byzantine Musical Notation, Version 1.1”, published by The Unicode Consortium, February 2006, 74 pages.

[Nicholls 1998] David Nicholls (editor). The Cambridge History of American Music, published by The Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 1998, 645 pages, ISBN 0-521-45429-8. Contains 1 song.

[Nichols 2005] Elizabeth Nichols. “The Art of Improvising”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2005, Volume 1, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, 2005, pages 24–25.

[Nicholson 1930] Reynold A. Nicholson. The Mathnawí of Jalálu’ddín Rúmí — Edited from the Oldest Manuscripts Available: with Critical Notes, Translation & Commentary, April 1930, 297 pages.

[Nickens 1991] Paul R. Nickens (editor). Perspectivss on Archeological Site Protection and Preservation, Technical Report EL-91-6, published by the US Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station, Vicksburg, Mississippi, June 1991, 150 pages.

[Nickolaenko 2002] A. P. Nickolaenko and M. Hayakawa. Resonances in the Earth-Ionosphere Cavity, Modern approaches in geophysics, Volume 19, published by Springer, 2002, 380 pages, ISBN 1-4020-0754-X (978-1-4020-0754-5).

[Nicol 1993] Jennifer James Nicol. The Relationship Between Creativity and Stress Levels in Female Musicians, M.A. dissertation – University of British Columbia, published by the University of British Columbia, September 1993, x + 121 pages.

[Nicolescu 2007] Alexandra Nicolescu. “Walter Maioli's Sonorous Journey: The Nature of Music”, ICOM News, Number 2, 2007, page 3.

[Nikolsky 2015] Aleksey Nikolsky. “Evolution of Tonal Organization in Music Mirrors Symbolic Representation of Perceptual Reality — Part 1: Prehistoric”, Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 6, Number 1405, October 16, 2015, 36 pages, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01405. significant supplemental material accompanies this paper. Publication 26528193 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Nikolsky 2016] Aleksey Nikolsky. “Evolution of Tonal Organization in Music Mirrors Symbolic Representation of Perceptual Reality — Part 2: Ancient to Seventeenth Century”, Frontiers in Psychology, Volume 7, Number 211, March 30, 2016, 32 pages, doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00211. significant supplemental material accompanies this paper. Publication 27065893 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Nlarchaeology 2014] Nlarchaeology. Archaeology in the Strait of Belle Isle, Labrador: The L’Anse Amour Burial Mound, October 20, 2014.

[NMAH 1992] Department of Public Programs, National Museum of American History (producer); Edward Wapp Wahpeconiah (liner notes) (died 2016). Music of New Mexico: Native American Traditions, Smithsonian / Folkways, CD SF 40408, 19 tracks, 1992, total time 67:36.

[NMM-USD 2011] National Music Museum at The University of South Dakota. Chamber Organ by David Dutton, Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, about 1850, 2011, retrieved April 7, 2011.

[Noble 1938] Ray Noble (1903–1978). Cherokee (“Indian Love Song”), published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York, 1938.

[Noble-DG 2006] David Grant Noble (editor). The Mesa Verde World: Explorations in Ancestral Pueblo Archaeology, published by SAR Press.

[Noble-J 2008] John Noble. Mexico, 2008, 1,056 pages.

[Norborg 1987] Åke Norborg. A Handbook of Musical and Other Sound-producing Instruments from Namibia and Botswana, Stockholm, 1987, xxii + 454 pages.

[Nordenskiold 1893] Gustaf Nordenskiöld (1868–1895); D. L. Morgan (translation). The Cliff Dwellers of the Mesa Verde «Ruiner af klippboningar i Mesa Verde's cañons», published by P. A. Norstedt & Söner, Stockholm, Sweden and Chicago, Illinois, in Swedish and English, 1893. Reissued in [Nordenskiold 1990].

[Nordenskiold 1990] Gustaf Nordenskiöld. The Cliff Dwellers of the Mesa Verde, Antiquities of the New World, Volume 12, published by the Mesa Verde Museum Association, 1990, 174 pages, ISBN 0-937062-14-6 (978-0-937062-14-2). Reissue of [Nordenskiold 1893].

[Norman 2007] Geoff Norman. “The Beltrami Flutes”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2007, Volume 3, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, 2007, pages 13–15.

[Norris 1993] Richard N. Norris. The Musician's Survival Manual — A Guide to Preventing and Treating Injuries In Instrumentalists, First edition, published by the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians (ICSOM), 1993, 134 pages, ISBN 0-918812-74-7 (978-0-918812-74-2).

[Norris 2011] Richard N. Norris. The Musician's Survival Manual — A Guide to Preventing and Treating Injuries In Instrumentalists, Fifth Edition, published by the author, Northampton, Massachussets, May 2011, 101 pages, ISBN-13 978-1-4657-0938-7.

[Nott 1886] John Fortuné Nott (born 1847). Wild Animals Photographed and Described, published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, London, 1886, 568 pages. Publication cu31924024782561 on Archive.org (open access).

[Nougayrol 1955] Jean Nougayrol, Georges Boyer, Emmanuel Laroche, and Claude-Frédéric-Armand Schaeffer. Textes accadiens et hourrites des archives Est, Ouest et centrales «Akkadian Texts and Hurrian Archives East, West and Central», Two Volumes, published by C. Klincksieck, Paris, France, in French, 1955.

[NPL 2010] National Physical Laboratory. Pressure Units, March 25, 2010.

[NPS 2006] U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service. “The Archeology of Horseshoe Canyon”, 2006, 74 pages.

[NPSMMP 2007] National Park System Museum Management Program. Nez Perce Flutes, Teaching with Museum Collections Management Program, published by the National Park Service, 2007, 9 pages.

[Nunns 2004] Richard Nunns. “Te Ara Puoro: The Pathway of Sound — An Introduction to Traditional Instruments of the Maori”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2004, Volume 3, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, 2004, pages 5–7.

[NYStateMuseum 1908] New York State Museum. New York State Museum 60th Annual Report, 1906, Volume 1, published by the New York State Education Department, Albany, 1908, 182 pages.

 
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