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[Haapaniemi 2001] Haapaniemi, T. (2001). Autonomic dysfunction in Parkinson's disease and its correlates to medication and dopamine transporter binding (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oulu, Finland).

[Habibi 2013] Habibi, A., Wirantana, V., & Starr, A. (2013). Cortical activity during perception of musical pitch, Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 30(5), 463–479, doi:10.1525/mp.2013.30.5.463. Publication 10.1525/mp.2013.30.5.463 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Hacker 1995] Hacker, P.; Papayik, S. (compositions); Hacker, J. (illustrations) (1995). Winds of the past — Guide to playing the Native American flute. no staff notation, six-hole finger diagrams.

[Hackett 1942] Hackett, C. W.; Shelby, C. C. (translations of original documents) (1942). Revolt of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico and Otermin's attempted reconquest 1680-1682. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

[Hadlock 1941] Hadlock, W. S. (1941). Three shell-heaps on Frenchman's Bay, Bulletin of the Robert Abbe Museum, 6.

[Hadlock 1943] Hadlock, W. S. (1943). Bone implements from shell heaps around Frenchman's Bay, Maine, American Antiquity, 8(4), 341–353. Publication 275866 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Haeberli 1979] Haeberli, J. (1979). Twelve Nasca panpipes: A study, Ethnomusicology, 23(1), 57–74. Publication 851338 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Haefer 1972] Haefer, J. R. (1972). An anthology of Papago traditional music, may be contained in [Heth 1980]. Canyon Records, C6084.

[Haefer 1975] Haefer, J. R. (1975). North American Indian musical instruments: Some organological distribution problems, American Musical Instrument Society Journal, 1, 56–85.

[Hafiz 1999] Shīrāzī, K. S. M. H.; Ladinsky, D. (translation) (1999). The gift. Penguin Compass.

[Hafiz 2003] Shīrāzī, K. S. M. H.; Ladinsky, D. (translation) (2003). The subject tonight is love: 60 wild and sweet poems of Hafiz. Penguin Compass.

[Hagel 2006] Hagel, S. (2006). Music of the Ancient Near East.

[Hagel 2008] Hagel, S. (2008). Re-evaluating the Pompeii auloi, The Journal of Hellenic Studies, 128, 52–71. Publication 40651723 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Hagel 2009] Hagel, S. (2009). Ancient Greek music: A new technical history. Cambridge University Press.

[Hagen 2009] Hagen, E. H., & Hammerstein, P. (2009). Did neanderthals and other early humans sing? — Seeking the biological roots of music in the territorial advertisements of primates, lions, hyenas, and wolves, Musicae Scientiae, 291–320, retrieved January 10, 2012.

[Hagen 2010] Hagen, E. H., & Bryant, G. A. (2010). Music and dance as a coalition signaling system, retrieved April 20, 2010.

[Hagerman 1980] Hagerman, B., & Sundberg, J. (1980). Fundamental frequency adjustment in barbershop singing, Journal of Research in Singing, 4(1), 3–17.

[Hague 1915] Hague, E. (1915). Eskimo songs, The Journal of American Folklore, 28(107), 96–98. Publication 534562 on JSTOR (subscription access). Publication jstor-534562 on Archive.org (open access).

[Hahn 1995] Hahn, J., & Münzel, S. C. (1995). Knochenflöten aus dem aurignacien des geißenklösterle bei blaubeuren, alb-donau-kries «Bone flutes from the Aurignacian of Geißenklösterle at Blaubeuren, Alb-Donau-Kries», Fundberichte aus Baden-Württemberg, 20, in German, 1–12.

[Hahn-K 2002] Hahn, K., & Vitouch, O. (2002). Preference for musical tuning systems: How cognitive anatomy interacts with cultural shaping, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Sydney, Australia. Adelaide, Australia: Causal Productions, 757–760.

[Hahnengress 2012] Hahnengress, M. L. (2012). Cardiopulmonary changes during clarinet playing.

[Hail 1980] Hail, B. (1980). Hau, Kóla! The Plains Indian collection of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University, Studies in Anthropology and Material Culture, Volume 3. Providence, Rhode Island: Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Brown University.

[Haines 1888] Haines, E. J. (1888). The American Indian «Un-nish-in-na-ba». Chicago: The Mas-sin-na-gan Company. Chapter XLIV, pages 525-534: Indian Music and Poetry.

[Haines-B 2012] Haines, B. (2012). Caring for your Native American flute, Voice of the Wind, 2012(3).

[Halbmayer 2008] Halbmayer, E. (2008). Meanings of suicide and conceptions of death among the Yukpa and other Amerindians of Lowland South America «Die bedeutung des selbstmords und konzeptionen des todes bei den yupka und anderen indigenen des südamerikanischen tieflandes», Curare, 31(1), in English and German, 72–86.

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[Hall 1984] Hall, D. E., & Hess, J. T. (1984). Perception of musical interval tuning, Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 2(2), 166–195, doi:10.2307/40285290. Publication 40285290 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Hall 1997] Hall, B. (1997). Favorite hymns — In tablature for the Native American courting flute. Butch Hall Flutes. No staff notation, six-hole finger diagrams.

[Hall 2000] Hall, B. (2000). Lesson and song book for the Native American flute, First Edition. Butch Hall Flutes.

[Hall 2002] Hall, B. (2002). Lesson and song book for the Native American flute, Second Revised Edition. Butch Hall Flutes.

[Hall 2004] Hall, B. (2004). Mother Earth and Father Sky song book for Native American flute. Butch Hall Flutes.

[Hall-JC 1955] Hall, J. C., & Nettl, B. (1955). Musical style of the Modoc, Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, 11(1), 58–66. Publication 3628997 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Hall-RL 1997] Hall, R. L. (1997). An archaeology of the soul: North American Indian belief and ritual. University of Illinois Press.

[Hall-RW 2001] Hall, R. W., & Josić, K. (2001). The mathematics of musical instruments, American Mathematical Monthly, 108, 347–357. Original monograph is dated August 29, 2000 and is 11 pages.

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[Halperin 2008] Halperin, D. (2008). Musical reconstruction of the Hurrian material by statistical analysis, Proceedings of the International Conference of Near Eastern Archaeomusicology (ICONEA 2008), The British Museum, London, December 4–6, 2008, editors: Richard Dumbrill and Irving Finkel. London: Iconea Publications, 29–32.

[Halpern 1997] Halpern, A. M.; Miller, A., & Langdon, M. (editors) (1997). Kar'uk: Native accounts of the Quechan mourning ceremony, University of California publications in linguistics, Volume 128. Berkeley, California: University of California Press.

[Halpern-I 1986] Halpern, I. (field recordings and annotations) (1986). Haida — Indian music of the Pacific Northwest, Folkways Records and Service Corp., FE 4119. Reissued in [Halpern-I 2006].

[Halpern-I 2006] Halpern, I. (field recordings and annotations) (2006). Haida — Indian music of the Pacific Northwest, Smithsonian / Folkways Archival Series, Smithsonian / Folkways Recordings, FE 4119. Source archive: Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. Reissue of [Halpern-I 1986].

[Hambly 1937] Hambly, W. D., & Martin, P. S. (1937). Source book for African anthropology, Part 1, Publications of Field Museum of Natural History, Publication 394, Anthropological Series, 26. Publication sourcebookforafr261hamb on Archive.org (open access).

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[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).

[Hamilton-AH 1945] Hamilton, A. H. (1945). The music of the North American Indians, The Etude Music Magazine.

[Hammarlund 2005] Hammarlund, A., Olsson, T., & Özdalga, E. (editors) (2005). Sufism, music and society in Turkey and the Middle East, Swedish Research Institute in Istanbul, Transactions Volume 10, Papers Read at a Conference Held at the Swedish Research Institute, Istanbul, Turkey, November 27–29, 1997.

[Hammerer 1890] Hammerer, J. D.; Ford, P. L. (editor) (1890). An account of a plan for civilizing the North American Indians, Proposed in the eighteenth century, retrieved March 30, 2010. Publication accountofplanfor00hammuoft on Archive.org (open access).

[Hammond 1991] Hammond, N. (editor) (1991). Cuello: An early Maya community in Belize. Cambridge University Press. Reissued in [Hammond 2009].

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[Hammond 1995] Hammond, N., Clarke, A., & Donaghey, S. (1995). The long goodbye: Middle preclassic Maya archaeology at Cuello, Belize, Latin American Antiquity, 6(2), 120–128. Publication 972147 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Hammond 2009] Hammond, N. (editor) (2009). Cuello: An early Maya community in Belize. Cambridge University Press. Reissue of [Hammond 1991].

[Hammond-GP 1940] Hammond, G. P., & Rey, A. (editors and translation) (1940). Narratives of the Coronado Expedition 1540-42, Coronado Historical Series, Volume 1. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

[HannaPladdy 2011] Hanna-Pladdy, B., & MacKay, A. (2011). The relation between instrumental musical activity and cognitive aging, Neuropsychology, 25(3), 378–386, doi:10.1037/a0021895.

[Hardin 2003] Hardin, J. (2003). The archive of folk culture at 75: A national project with many workers, Folklife Center News, 25(2), 3–15.

[Harding 1999] Harding, A. F. (editor) (1999). Experiment and design. Archaeological studies in honour of John Coles. Oxford, England: Oxbow Books.

[Hargreaves 1995] Hargreaves, D. J., Comber, C., & Colley, A. (1995). Effects of age, gender, and training on musical preferences of british secondary school students, Journal of Research in Music Education, 43(3), 242–250, doi:10.2307/3345639. Publication 3345639 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Harmat 2010] Harmat, L., & Theorell, T. (2010). Heart rate variability during singing and flute playing, Music and Medicine, 2(1), 10–17, doi:10.1177/1943862109354598.

[Harmat 2011] Harmat, L., Ullén, F., Manzano, . d., Olsson, E., Elofsson, U., Schéele, B. v., & Theorell, T. (2011). Heart rate variability during piano playing: A case study of three professional solo pianists playing a self-selected and a difficult prima vista piece, Music and Medicine, 3(2), 102–107, doi:10.1177/1943862110387158.

[Harmless 2008] Harmless, W. (2008). Mystics. Oxford University Press.

[Harmon 2009] Harmon, K. (2009). Researchers uncover 1.5 million-year-old footprints, Scientific American, retrieved August 2009.

[Harmon-Jones 2009] Harmon-Jones, E., & Beer, J. S. (editors) (2009). Methods in social neuroscience. New York: Guilford Press.

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[Harrington-JP 1928] Harrington, J. P., & Roberts, H. H. {. (1928). Picurís children's stories, with texts and songs, Forty-Third Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, 1925-1926, 293–397, retrieved March 15, 2010. Publication annualreportofbu43smithso on Archive.org (open access).

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[Harris-C 2016] Harris, C. (2016). Heartbeat, warble, and the electric powwow: American Indian music. University of Oklahoma Press.

[Harris-LR 1996] Harris, L. R. (1996). Horn playing and blood pressure, The Lancet, 348(9033), 1042, doi:10.1016/S0140-6736(05)64982-3.

[Harris-R 2009] Harris, R. (2009). A little flute music to warm the cave, National Public Radio, All Things Considered.

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[Harvey 1997] Harvey, A. (1997). The lind method of stress reduction through music, The LIND Institute.

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[Hassrick 1964] Hassrick, R. B. (1964). The Sioux: Life and customs of a warrior society. University of Oklahoma Press.

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