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[Flutopedia format] Crafting References

This is a list of flute-crafting references cited throughout Flutopedia.

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[Flutopedia format] Flute-Crafting References

[Baker-WL 1972] Whiteford L. Baker. Eastern Forest Insects, Miscellaneous Publication Number 1175, published by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, February 1972, 642 pages.

[Barclay 1997] R. L. Barclay (editor). The Care of Historic Musical Instruments, published by CCI, MGC and CIMCIM, 1997, vi + 145 pages, ISBN 0-660-17116-3.

[Bauman 1995] Carl Bauman; David Moretti (plans). “Courting Flute — An Instrumental Tie to an Old Native American Tradition”, Woodworker's Journal, Volume 19, Number 2, March/April 1995, pages 44–47.

[Benito 2011] Carlos García Benito. “Methodology for the Reconstruction of Prehistoric Aerophones Made of Hard Animal Material, Volume 1”, Actas das IV Jornadas de Jovens em Investigação Arqueológica (JIA 2011), Campus de Cambelas, Universidate do Algarve, Portugal, May 11–13, 2011, published by Tipografia Tavirense, 2011, pages 411–416, ISBN-13 978-989-97666-2-4.

[Bergman 2010] Richard Bergman, Zhiyong Cai, Charlie G. Carll, Mark A. Dietenberger, Robert H. Falk, Charles R. Frihart, Samuel V. Glass, Christopher G. Hunt, Rebecca E. Ibach, David E. Kretschmann, Stan T. Lebow, Douglas R. Rammer, Robert J. Ross, Nicole M. Stark, James P. Wacker, Xiping Wang, Robert H. White, Alex C. Wiedenhoeft, Michael C. Wiemann, and Samuel L. Zelinka. Wood Handbook — Wood as an Engineering Material, Centennial Edition, General Technical Report FPL-GTR-190, published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin, April 2010, 508 pages.

[Birkett 2002] Stephen Birkett and Paul Poletti. “Reproduction of Authentic Historical Soft Iron Wire for Musical Instruments”, Instruments a claviers – expressivite et flexibilite sonore, Proceedings of the 2002 Harmoniques Conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, editors: Peter Lang, 2002.

[Burns 1990] Russell M. Burns and Barbara H. Honkala (technical coordinators). Silvics of North America, Volume 1: Conifers; Volume 2: Hardwoods, Agriculture Handbook 654, published by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Washington, D.C., 1990, 877 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.

[Edfors 1996] John Edfors. Woodwind Instruments from PVC — Guidelines for Constructing Experimental Woodwind Instruments from PVC Pipe & Related Materials, First Edition, 1996, 80 pages, ASIN B0006QPAHG.

[Edfors A] John Edfors. Woodwind Instruments from PVC — Guidelines for Constructing Experimental Woodwind Instruments from PVC Pipe & Related Materials, Updated and Expanded Edition, 122 pages. Catalog number CM-15.

[Edfors B] John Edfors. Folk Woodwinds from PVC, 37 pages. Catalog number CM-27.

[Edfors C] John Edfors. Vintage Flutes from PVC, 39 pages. Catalog number CM-27.

[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.

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

[Gilman-EF 1993] Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson. Acer negundo Boxelder, Fact Sheet ST-20, published by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, November 1993, 4 pages.

[Gonzato 2015] Guido Gonzato. The "Low-Tech" Whistle: How to Make a Fine PVC Whistle, November 23, 2015, 33 pages.

[Goss-WP 1992] W. P. Goss and R. G. Miller. “Thermal Properties of Wood and Wood Products”, Proceedings of the Thermal Performance of the Exterior Envelopes of Whole Buildings International Conference, 1992, Paper 28, 1992, 12 pages, ISBN 0-910110-93-X.

[Hermann 2004b] Henry R. Hermann. “To Seal or Not to Seal the Slow Air Chamber and Flue”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2004, Volume 4, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, 2004, pages 3–6.

[Hopkin 1996] Bart Hopkin. Musical Instrument Design: Practical Information for Instrument Makers, published by See Sharp Press, 181 pages, ISBN 1-884365-08-6 (978-1-884365-08-9). Catalog number CM-16.

[Hughes 2014] Bill Hughes. Bore Routing Safety Jig, 2014, retrieved August 25, 2014.

[Hunt 1954] Walter Ben Hunt. The Golden Book of Indian Crafts and Lore, published by Simon and Schuster, 1954, 111 pages, ASIN B0006ATY4C.

[Hunt 1973] Walter Ben Hunt. The Complete How-To Book of Indiancraft: 68 Projects for Authentic Indian Articles from Tepee to Tom-tom, published by Collier Books, New York, 1973, 192 pages, ISBN 0-02-011690-X (978-0-02-011690-5). first published in 1969 under the title "Ben Hunt's Big Indiancraft Book".

[Kelischek B] George Kelischek. Plans for Building Native American Flutes. Designs are available for three sizes of instruments in diatonic & modal scales: Soprano (Key of D) CP-1, Tenor (Key of D) CP-2, and Alto (Key of G) CP-3.

[Lacroix A] Lee Lacroix. Crafting Your Own Native American Flute, total time 60 minutes, video DVD. Catalog number CM-26V.

[Luley 2009] Christopher J. Luley, David J. Nowak, and Eric J. Greenfield. “Frequency and Severity of Trunk Decay in Street Tree Maples in Four New York Cities”, Arboriculture & Urban Forestry, Volume 35, Number 2, 2009, pages 94–99.

[Price 1990] Lew Paxton Price. Native North American Flutes, 1990, ISBN 0-917578-07-4, softcover.

[Price 1991] Lew Paxton Price. Secrets of the Flute, 1991, ISBN 0-917578-08-2, softcover.

[Price 1994] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using the Native American Love Flute, Love Flutes Series, Book 1, published by L. P. Price, P.O. Box 88, Garden Valley, CA 95633, 1994, 46 pages, ISBN 0-917578-09-0, softcover. Library of Congress call number ML990.C68 P75 1994.

[Price 1995] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using Grandfather's Flute, Love Flutes Series, Book 2, 1995, ISBN 0-917578-11-2, softcover.

[Price 1995a] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using Older Native American Flutes, Love Flutes Series, Book 3, 1995, ISBN 0-917578-13-9, softcover.

[Price 1995b] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using Smaller Native American Flutes, Love Flutes Series, Book 4, 1995, ISBN 0-917578-14-7, softcover.

[Price 1996] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using the Native American Concert Flute, Love Flutes Series, Book 8, 1996, ISBN 0-917578-16-3, softcover.

[Price 1997] Lew Paxton Price. More Secrets of the Flute: More of the Physics, Math, and Design of Non-Mechanical Folk Flutes, published by El Dorado Press, 1997, ISBN 0-917578-17-1, softcover.

[Price 1998] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using Larger Native American Flutes, Love Flutes Series, Book 5, 1998, ISBN 0-917578-19-8, softcover.

[Price 1998a] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using the Largest Native American Flutes, Love Flutes Series, Book 6, published by L. P. Price, P.O. Box 88, Garden Valley, CA 95633, 1998, 50 pages, ISBN 0-917578-20-1, softcover. Library of Congress call number ML990.N37 P75 1998.

[Price 1998b] Lew Paxton Price. Creating and Using Very Small Native American Flutes, Love Flutes Series, Book 7, 1998, ISBN 0-917578-22-8, softcover.

[Price 2010] Lew Paxton Price. “How I Make Flutes Today”, Voice of the Wind, Year 2010, Volume 1, published by the International Native American Flute Association, Suffolk, Virginia, February 2010.

[Riley 2006] Peter Riley; Charles Parker (editor). Notes on Making a Large Overtone Flute (the Fujara) from Readily Available Materials, November 5, 2006, 10 pages.

[Riley 2009] Peter Riley. Additional Notes on Making a Large Overtone Flute, January 8, 2009, 3 pages.

[Robinson 1981] Trevor Robinson. The Amateur Wind Instrument Maker, Revised edition, published by the University of Massachusetts Press, March 1981, 116 pages, ISBN 0-87023-312-2 (978-0-87023-312-8).

[Sajfert 2011] Vjekoslav Sajfert, Sonja Krstić, Dušan Popov, Nicolina Pop. “Absorption of Sound Waves”, Seria Fizică (Physics Series), Analele Universităţii de Vest din Timişoara (Annals of the West University of Timisoara), Volume 55, January 2011, pages 13–19.

[Shands 2010] Donn Shands. How to Build a Simple North American Style Flute, March 1, 2010, 71 pages.

[Stanford 2008] Keith Stanford. Ki-e-ta's Manual for the Making of the Native American Style Flute (NAF), Version 12, 2008, 50 pages.

[Stanford 2008a] Keith Stanford. Ki-e-ta’s Shop Booklet for the Native American Style Flute (NAF), 2008, 87 pages.

[Stanford 2012] Keith Stanford. Native Yucca Stalk Flute Making Manual, 2012, 86 pages.

[Stanford 2014] Keith Stanford. Ki-e-ta's CherryCows Manual for the Making of Flutes inspired by Native American Style Flutes (NAF), Version 16, 2014.

[Suits 2005] Roland Suits. “Reconstructing and Making Replicas of Musical Instruments from the Conservator´s / Instrument Maker’s Viewpoint”.

[Suttles 2004] John Suttles. “Screaming G Flute Plans”, 2004, 1 page.

[USDOA 2007] U. S. Department of Agriculture. The Encyclopedia of Wood, published by Skyhorse Publishing Inc, 2007, 496 pages, ISBN 1-60239-057-6 (978-1-60239-057-7).

[Wolf 2001] R. A. Wolf. Flute Shop: A Guide to Crafting the Native American Style Flute, 2001, 88 pages, comb binding.

[Wolf 2004] R. A. Wolf. Flute Shop: A Guide to Crafting the Native American Style Flute, Revised Edition, published by Wolf Song Publications, December 1, 2004, 109 pages, ISBN 0-9761543-0-7 (978-0-9761543-0-3), comb binding.

 
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