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[Vaca 1528] Vaca, Alvar Nuñez Cabeca de; Hodge, Frederick W. (editor). “The Narrative of Alvar Nuñez Cabeca de Vaca”, contained in [Jameson 1907] (1528).

[Vaca 1922] Vaca, Alvar Nuñez Cabeca de; Bandelier, Ad. F. (editor). The Journey of Alvar Nuñez Cabeca de Vaca and his Companions from Florida to the Pacific 1528–1536. New York: Allerton Book Co. (1922): xxii + 231 pages. Copyright 1904, William-Barker Co. Original publication in 1542.

[Vames 2003] Vames, John. The Native American Flute: Understanding the Gift, First Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2003): 94 pages, ISBN 0-9740486-0-7. Nakai tablature notation, no finger diagrams, CD included.

[Vames 2005] Vames, John. The Native American Flute: Understanding the Gift, Second Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2005), ISBN 0-9740486-2-3. Same as First Edition, except for the cover and price.

[Vames 2005a] Vames, John. Song for Koko: Jazz for Native American Flute, First Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2005): 65 pages, ISBN 0-9740486-1-5. Nakai tablature notation, no finger diagrams, CD included.

[Vames 2006] Vames, John. The Native American Flute: Understanding the Gift, Third Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2006), ISBN-13 978-0-9740486-3-5. Same as First Edition, except for the cover and price.

[Vames 2007] Vames, John. The Native American Flute: Understanding the Gift, Fourth Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2007), ISBN 0-9740486-3-1 (978-0-9740486-3-5). Same as First Edition, except for the cover and price.

[Vames 2007a] Vames, John. Song for Koko: Jazz for Native American Flute, Second Edition. Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2007): 65 pages, ISBN-13 978-0-9740486-1-1. Same as First Edition, except for the cover and price.

[Vames 2010] Vames, John; Vames, Sherry (producer); Mendoza, Auggie (musical transcriptions and arrangements). Remembrance — Songs from a Journey, First Edition (song book). Scottsdale, Arizona: Molly Moon Arts & Publishing (2010): 47 pages, ISBN-13 978-0-9740486-6-6. Thirteen original songs written in Nakai Tab Traditional & Jazz.

[VanAlstyne 1903] Alstyne, Egbert Van. Navajo Indian Characteristic March and Two-Step. Chicago and New York: Shapiro, Bernstein and Co. (1903): 6 pages.

[Vander 1986] Vander, Judith. Ghost Dance Songs and Religion of a Wind River Shoshone Woman, Monograph Series in Ethnomusicology, Number 4. Department of Music, University of California: published by the, Los Angeles (1986): 102 pages, ISBN 0-88287-021-1. Library of Congress call number 86-50726.

[Vander 1995] Vander, Judith. “The Shoshone Ghost Dance and Numic Myth: Common Heritage, Common Themes”, Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 17.2 (1995): 174–190.

[Vander 1996] Vander, Judith. Songprints: The Musical Experience of Five Shoshone Women. University of Illinois Press: published by the (1996): 317 pages.

[Vanderburgh 1908] Vanderburgh, Frederick Augustus. Sumerian Hymns from Cuneiform Texts in the British Museum. Columbia University Press (1908). Publication sumerianhymnsfro00vandiala on Archive.org (open access).

[Vandermeersch 2007] Vandermeersch, Bernard, and Maureille, Bruno (editors); Coppens, Yves (preface). “Les Néandertaliens.: Biologie et Cultures «The Neanderthals - Biology and Culture»”, Documents préhistoriques, volume 23. Paris: Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques (CTHS), in French (2007): 342 pages, ISBN 2-7355-0638-X (978-2-7355-0638-5).

[vanDeursen 2008] Deursen, J. A. van, Vuurman, E. F. P. M., Verhey, F. R. J., Kranen-Mastenbroek, V. H. J. M. van, and Riedel, W. J. “Increased EEG Gamma Band Activity in Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment”, Journal of Neural Transmission, 115.9 (September 2008): 1301–1311, doi:10.1007/s00702-008-0083-y. Publication 18607528 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[VanMiddlesworth 1978] Middlesworth, Jane L. Van. An Analysis of Selected Respiratory and Cardiovascular Characteristics of Wind Instrument Performers, Masters dissertation – Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester (March 22, 1978): 56 pages.

[vanSchaik 2010] Schaik, Wilhelm van, Grooten, Mart, Wernaart, Twan, and Geld, Cees van der. “High Accuracy Acoustic Relative Humidity Measurement in Duct Flow with Air”, Sensors, 10 (August 9, 2010): 7421–7433, doi:10.3390/s100807421. sensors ISSN 1424-8220 www.mdpi.com/journal/sensors.

[Vargyas 1964] Vargyas, Lajos. “Bartók's Melodies in the Style of Folk Songs”, Journal of the International Folk Music Council, 16 (1964): 30–34.

[Varhalamas 2011] Varhalamas, Terence A. Harmonic Spectral Analysis of Indigenous Musical Instruments from Taiwan and New Zealand «諧波頻譜分析台灣和紐西蘭之土著樂器», Masters dissertation – Institute of Austronesian Studies, National Taitung University, Taitung City, Taiwan (June 2011): 113 pages.

[Vaschillo-E 2006] Vaschillo, Evgeny G., Vaschillo, Bronya, and Lehrer, Paul M. “Characteristics of Resonance in Heart Rate Variability Stimulated by Biofeedback”, Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 31.2 (June 2006): 129–142, doi:10.1007/s10484-006-9009-3. Publication 16838124 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Vasquez 2007] Vásquez, Carlos M. Mansilla. “El Sonido de Otros Tiempos — Las antaras de cerámica de la tumba S-III-CQT-5 de Las Trancas, Nasca «The Sound of Another Time - The Ceramic Antaras Tomb S-III-5 CQT of Las Trancas, Nasca», Part 2”, Arariwa, 3.7, in Spanish (February 2007): 23–27.

[Vaughn 2013] Vaughn, Kevin J., Gijseghem, Hendrik Van, Whalen, Verity H., Eerkens, Jelmer W., and Grados, Moises Linares. “The Organization of Mining in Nasca During the Early Intermediate Period: Recent Evidence from Mina Primavera”, contained in [Tripcevich 2013] (2013): 157–182.

[Veblen 2007] Veblen, Kari K. “The Many Ways of Community Music”, International Journal of Community Music, 1.1 (August 2007): 5–22, doi:10.1386/ijcm.1.1.5/1.

[Veenhoven 2008] Veenhoven, R. “Healthy Happiness: Effects of Happiness on Physical Health and the Consequences for Preventive Health Care”, Journal of Happiness Studies, 9.3 (September 2008): 449–469, doi:10.1007/s10902-006-9042-1.

[Veenstra 1958] Veenstra, A. J. F. “The Begu Zulu Vertical Flute”, African Music, 2.1 (1958): 40–45. Publication 30249473 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Vega 2012] Vega, María Alejandra. Una Aproximación a la Música de las Bandas de Sikus en Tilcara y Buenos Aires «An Approach to the Music of Sikus Bands in Tilcara and Buenos Aires», Novena Jornada de la Música y la Musicología. Biblioteca Digital de la Universidad Católica Argentina, in Spanish (2012): 20 pages.

[Vega-G 1609] Vega, Garcilaso de la. Los Comentarios Reales de los Incas «Royal Commentaries of the Incas», In Two Volumes. Lisbon, Portugal: Pedro Crasbeeck, in Spanish (1609).

[Vega-G 1688] Vega, Garcilaso de la; Rycaut, Paul (translation). Royal Commentaries of the Incas, In Two Parts. London, England: Miles Flescher for Jacob Tonson (1688): 1072 pages. Publication royalcommentarie00vega on Archive.org (open access).

[Vega-G 1918] Vega, Garcilaso de la; Bardin, James Cook (editor). El Reino de los Incas del Perú — Arranged from the Text of "Los Comentarios Reales de los Incas". Boston, Massachussets: Allyn and Bacon, in Spanish and English (1918): 248 pages. Publication elreinodelosinc00vegagoog on Archive.org (open access).

[Vega-G 1966] Vega, Garcilaso de la; Livermore, Harold V. (translation). Royal Commentaries of the Incas, And General History of Peru, Volume 1. University of Texas Press (1966): 1530 pages.

[Veldhuis 1999+A2936] Veldhuis, Niek. “Continuity and Change in the Mesopotamian Lexical Tradition”, contained in [Roest 1999] (1999): 101–118.

[Vennum 1982] Vennum, Thomas, Jr. The Ojibwa Dance Drum, Smithsonian Folklife Studies, Number 2. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press (1982): 320 pages.

[Vennum A] Vennum, T., Jr. Ojibway Music from Minnesota: A Century of Song for Voice and Drum. Minnesota Historical Society Press.

[Vernon 2005] Vernon, David J. “Can Neurofeedback Training Enhance Performance? — An Evaluation of the Evidence with Implications for Future Research”, Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 30.4 (December 2005): 347–364, doi:10.1007/s10484-005-8421-4. Publication 16385423 on PubMed/NCBI (subscription access).

[Vey 2010] Vey, G. Le. “Optimal Control Theory: A Method for the Design of Wind Instruments” (January 19, 2012): 14 pages, arXiv:1001.3217.

[Vianello 2004] Vianello, Andrea. “Gestures and Rituals: The archaeological evidence”. the author (2004): 17 pages.

[Victor 2006] Victor, S. “Bell Rocks”, Imvubu, 18.3 (2006): 6.

[Villalva 2015] Villalva, Daniela La Chioma Silvestre. “The Social Roles of Musicians in the Moche world: An Iconographic Analysis of their Attributes in Middle Moche Period’s Ritual Pottery”, Representations of musicians in the coroplastic art of the ancient world: iconography, ritual contexts and functions, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, New York, March 2015 (March 7, 2015): 16 pages.

[Villanueva 2011] Villanueva, Jari. Twenty-Four Notes That Tap Deep Emotions: The Story of America’s Most Famous Bugle Call, Revised Edition: 60 pages. initially published in 2001.

[Viola 2008] Viola, Antoine U., James, Lynette M., Archer, Simon N., and Dijk, Derk-Jan. “PER3 Polymorphism and Cardiac Autonomic Control: Effects of Sleep Debt and Circadian Phase”, American Journal of Physiology - Heart and Circulatory Physiology, 295.5 (November 1, 2008): H2156–H2163, doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00662.2008.

[Virk 2014] Virk, Zakaria. Religious Beliefs of North American Indians (May 5, 2014): 26 pages.

[Vitale 1982] Vitale, R{aoul}. “La Musique sumero-accadienne: gamme et notation musicale «Sumero-Akkadian Music - Range and Musical Notation»”, Ugarit-Forschungen, 14, in French (1982): 241–263.

[Vivian 1978] Vivian, R. Gwinn, Dodgen, Dulce N., and Hartmann, Gayle H. Wooden Ritual Artifacts from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: The Chetro Ketl Collection, Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona, 32 (1978): viii + 152 pages.

[Voegelin 1942] Voegelin, Erminie W. “Shawnee Musical Instruments”, American Anthropologist, 44.3 (July–September 1942): 462–475, doi:10.1525/aa.1942.44.3.02a00110.

[Voegelin 1942a] Voegelin, Erminie W. Culture Element Distributions: XX - Northeast California, Anthropological Records, 7.2 (1942): 47–251.

[vonMuggenthaler 1992] Muggenthaler, Elizabeth K. von, Stoughton, John W., and Daniel, Joseph C., Jr. “Infrasound from the Rhinocerotidae”, Proceedings from the International Conference of Rhinoceros Biology and Conservation (1992): 136–140. authors from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia.

[vonMuggenthaler 2006] Muggenthaler, Elizabeth K. von. “The Felid Purr: A Biomechanical Healing Mechanism”, Proceedings from he 12th International Low Frequency Noise and Vibration Conference (2006): 189–208.

[Vurma 2006] Vurma, Allan, and Ross, Jaan. “Production and Perception of Musical Intervals”, Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 23.4 (April 2006): 331–344. Publication 10.1525/mp.2006.23.4.331 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Vyse 1840] Vyse, Howard. The Pyramids of Gizeh in 1837, Three Volumes. London: James Fraser (1840). Publications operationscarrie01howa, operationscarrie02howa, operationscarri00vysegoog, operationscarri01vysegoog, operationscarri02vysegoog, and operationscarri03vysegoog on Archive.org (open access).

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