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[APA format] Maori Flutes

This is a list of references related to Maori flutes that are cited throughout Flutopedia.

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[APA format] Maori Flutes

[Andersen 1933] Andersen, J. C. (1933). Maori music with its Polynesian background: Part 6 - Polynesian musical instruments, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 43(10), 195–252.

[Dashper 1996] Dashper, M. He nguru, he koauau: A user's guide to Maori flutes.

[Dodge-ES 1945] Dodge, E. S. (1945). The acoustics of three Maori flutes, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 54(1), 39–61. Publication 20702995 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Edge-Partington 1903] Edge-Partington, J. (1903). A New Zealand flageolet, Man - A Monthly Record of Anthropological Science, 3(106), 186.

[Flintoff 2004] Flintoff, B. (2004). Taonga Pūoro / Singing treasures — The musical instruments of the Māori. Nelson, New Zealand: Craig Potton.

[Freedman 1962] Freedman, S. (1962). Māori melodies — 33 recorded songs from the Polynesians of New Zealand. Criterion Music.

[Hamilton-A 1896] Hamilton, A. (1896). The art workmanship of the Maori race in New Zealand: A series of illustrations from specially taken photographs, with descriptive notes and essays on the canoes, habitations, weapons, ornaments, and dress of the maoris, together with lists of words in the maori language used in relation to the subjects, Volumes 1-5. Fergusson & Mitchell. Publication cu31924029890153 on Archive.org (open access).

[Mair 1895] Mair, G. (1895). The ancient tribe Te Panenehu, Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute, 28, 36–40.

[Marstine 2012] Marstine, J. C. (2012). Routledge companion to museum ethics. Routledge.

[McLean 1964] McLean, M. (1964). Can Maori chant survive?, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 47, 34–36.

[McLean 1964a] McLean, M. (1964). The music of Maori chant, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 47, 36–38.

[McLean 1964b] McLean, M. (1964). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part one, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 48, 23–29.

[McLean 1964c] McLean, M. (1964). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part two, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 49, 35–39.

[McLean 1965] McLean, M. (1965). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part four, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 51, 23–27.

[McLean 1965a] McLean, M. (1965). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part five, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 52, 40–41.

[McLean 1965b] McLean, M. (1965). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part six, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 53, 39–40.

[McLean 1966] McLean, M. (1966). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part seven, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 54, 22–23.

[McLean 1966a] McLean, M. (1966). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part eight, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 55, 16–18.

[McLean 1966b] McLean, M. (1966). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part nine, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 56, 40–43.

[McLean 1966c] McLean, M. (1966). Transcriptions of authentic Maori chant, part ten, Te Ao Hou - The New World, 57, 23–25.

[McLean 1968] McLean, M. (1968). An investigation of the open tube Maori flute or kooauau, The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 77(3), 213–241. Publication 20704559 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[McLean 1974] McLean, M. (1974). The New Zealand nose flute: Fact or fallacy?, The Galpin Society Journal, 27, 79–94. Publication 841755 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[McLean 1982] McLean, M. (1982). A chronological and geographical sequence of Maori flute scales, Man, 17(1), 123–157. Publication 2802105 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[McLean 1996] McLean, M. (1996). Maori music. Auckland University Press.

[Nunns 2004] Nunns, R. (2004). Te Ara Puoro: The pathway of sound — An introduction to traditional instruments of the Maori, Voice of the Wind, 2004(3), 5–7.

[Tapsell 1997] Tapsell, P. (1997). The flight of Pareraututu: An investigation of Taonga from a tribal perspective, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 106(4), 323–374.

[Tapsell 2012] Tapsell, P. (2012). "Aroha mai: Whose Museum?" — The rise of Indigenous ethics within Museum Contexts: A Maori-tribal perspective, contained in [Marstine 2012].

 
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