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[Gadalla 2000] Gadalla, Moustafa. Egyptian Harmony — The Visual Music. Greensboro, North Carolina: Tehuti Research Foundation (2000): 191 pages.

[Gadalla 2002] Gadalla, Moustafa. Egyptian Rhythm — The Heavenly Melodies. Greensboro, North Carolina: Tehuti Research Foundation (2002): 239 pages, ISBN 1-931446-02-4 (978-1-931446-02-0).

[Gadolou 2012] Gadolou, Anastasia. “Life on Board the Antikythera Shipwreck”, contained in [Kaltsas 2012] (2012): 50–56.

[Gage 2001] Gage, Bruce. “The Making of Native American Style Flutes”, The Woodwind Quarterly, 22 (2001): 53–62.

[Gainza 2009] Gainza, Mikel. “Automatic Musical Meter Detection” (2009).

[Gale-A 1949] Gale, Albert (recordings, harmonization, and drawings); Gale, Martha Brockway (explanatory material and glossary); Krones, Beatrice, and Krones, Max (accompaniments and English text); Fry, Mary Finley (illustrations). Songs and Stories of the American Indians, Series: A World in Tune, Book 9. Park Ridge, Illinois: Neil A. Kjos Music Company (1949).

[Galloway x] Galloway, SantaFe. Night Chants — for Solo Native American Flute, Zalo / JP-Publications.

[Galpin 1903] Galpin, F. W. {Francis William}. “The Whistles and Reed Instruments of the American Indians of the North-West Coast”, Proceedings of the Musical Association, 29 (March 10, 1903): 115–138. Publication 765327 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Galpin 1929] Galpin, F. W. {Francis William}. “The Sumerian Harp of Ur”, Music & Letters, 10.2 (April 1929): 108–123, doi:10.1093/ml/X.2.108. Publication 726035 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Galpin 1937] Galpin, F. W. {Francis William}. The Music of the Sumerians — And Their Immediate Successors, the Babylonians and Assyrians. Cambridge University Press (1937). Reissued in [Galpin 2011].

[Galpin 2011] Galpin, F. W. {Francis William}. The Music of the Sumerians — And Their Immediate Successors, the Babylonians and Assyrians. Cambridge University Press (February 17, 2011): 160 pages, ISBN 0-521-18063-5 (978-0-521-18063-4). Originally published in 1937. Reissue of [Galpin 1937].

[Gamble 2004] Gamble, Clive, and Porr, Martin (editors). The Individual Hominid In Context: Archaeological Investigations of Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Landscapes, Locales and Artefacts. Routledge (2004): 336 pages, ISBN 0-415-28433-3 (978-0-415-28433-2).

[Garaj 2006] Garaj, Bernard. “The Fujara — A Symbol of Slovak Folk Music and New Ways of its Usage”, Proceedings from the 16th International Meeting, ICTM Study Group on Folk Musical Instruments, Studia Instrumentorum Musicae Popularis, 16 (2006): 86–94. ISSN 1392–2831.

[Garcia 2010] Diaz-Castroverde, Francisco Garcia. Acquisition and Study of Blowing Pressure Profiles in Recorder Playing, Masters dissertation – Universitat Pompeu, Fabra, Barcelona (2010): 117 pages.

[Garcia 2011] Garcia, Francisco, Vinceslas, Leny, Tubau, Josep, and Maestre, Esteban. “Acquisition and Study of Blowing Pressure Profiles in Recorder Playing”, Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, Oslo, Norway, May 30 – June 1, 2011 (2011): 124–127.

[Garcia-L 1989] Garcia, Louis; Brewer, Bill (illustrations). “The Whistle Owner — An Officer in the Grass Dance Society of the Sioux”, Whispering Wind, 21 (Fall 1989): 12–15.

[Gardenhire 2003] Gardenhire, Damon (text); Jernigan, John (photographs). “How a Man Saved a Flute: The Stradivarius of America's Original Woodwind, the Indian Flute”, Oklahoma Today, 53.6 (November/December 2003): 46–49.

[Gardner-Z 2013] Gardner, Zen. 440Hz Music – Conspiracy to Detune Us from Natural 432Hz Harmonics? (August 6, 2013), retrieved July 6, 2015.

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[Gasparyan 1983] Gasparyan, Djivan. I Will Not Be Sad in this World.

[Gatliff 2003] Gatliff, Robert, and Bigham, Maurice. “Prehistoric Flutes of the Southwest”, International Native American Flute Convention, Taos, NM, July 10–13, 2003 (July 12, 2003).

[Gatliff 2005] Gatliff, Robert. “The Last Chapter in a Flute Collection”, Voice of the Wind, 2005.4 (2005): 13–18.

[Gatliff 2006] Gatliff, Robert. “Did Pocahontas Play the Flute?”, Voice of the Wind, 2006.2 (2006): 4–5.

[Gatliff 2006a] Gatliff, Robert. “Flutes and Courting Along the Upper Missouri”, Voice of the Wind, 2006.3 (2006): 5–7.

[Gatliff 2007] Gatliff, Robert. “The Man With the Red Umbrella and the Flute He Collected in 1823”, Voice of the Wind, 2007.2 (2007): 14–15.

[Gatliff 2010] Gatliff, Robert. FluteTree.com Songbook (2010), retrieved February 5, 2010. Nakai tablature notation, finger diagrams for many flute makers.

[Gatliff 2017] Gatliff, Robert. “Early Written Accounts of the Native Flutes from 1528-1869 in North America”. FluteTree Foundation (January 22, 2017).

[Gauldin 1983] Gauldin, Robert. “The Cycle-7 Complex: Relations of Diatonic Set Theory to the Evolution of Ancient Tonal Systems”, Music Theory Spectrum, 5 (Spring 1983): 39–55. Publication 746094 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Geringer 1976] Geringer, John M. “Tuning Preferences in Recorded Orchestral Music”, Journal of Research in Music Education, 24.4 (Winter 1976): 169–176, doi:10.2307/3345127. Publication 3345127 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Geringer 2010] Geringer, John M. “Musicians' Preferences for Tempo Pitch Levels in Recorded Orchestral Music”, Journal of Research in Music Education, 58.3 (October 2010): 294–308. Publication 40961671 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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[Gibson 2004] Gibson, Sophie. Aristoxenus of Tarentum and the Birth of Musicology, Studies in Classics, Volume 9. Psychology Press (2004): 176 pages, ISBN 0-203-49104-1 (978-0-203-49104-1).

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[Giles 1984] Giles, Martha Mead. “Improvising on an Indian Flute”, Music Educators Journal, 70.6 (February 1984): 61–62, doi:10.2307/3400798. Publication 3400798 on JSTOR (subscription access).

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