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[Padilla 1996] Padilla, S. (1996). Chants and prayers, First Edition. Tennessee: Book Publishing Company.

[Pai 2009] Pai, S. J. (2009). Discovering musical characteristics of children's songs from various parts of the world (M.A. dissertation, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada), doi:10.14288/1.0067116.

[Paige 1970] Paige, H. W. (1970). Songs of the Teton Sioux, First edition. Los Angeles, California: Westernlore Press.

[Palisca 1984] Palisca, C. V. (1984). Introductory notes on the historiography of the Greek Modes, The Journal of Musicology, 3(3), 221–228. Publication 763812 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Pan 2008] Pan, W., Johnson, M. K., Polansky, L., Rockmore, D., & Repetto, D. (2008). OWT: A real-time optimal tuning application, Proceedings of the ICMC.

[Panger 2002] Panger, M. A., Brooks, A. S., Richmond, B. G., & Wood, B. (2002). Older than the Oldowan? — Rethinking the emergence of Hominin tool use, Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, 11, 235–245.

[Papan-Matin 2003] Papan-Matin, F. (2003). The crisis of identity in Rumi’s Tale of the Reed, Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 23(1 and 2), 246–253.

[Paquette 2005] Paquette, D. B. (2005). Flute dreams — Playing the Native American flute. Lincoln, Nebraska: iUniverse.

[Parker-DM 2009] Parker, D. M. (2009). Make Native American-style flute from PVC, Voice of the Wind, 2009(1), 11–12.

[Parker-M 2003] Parker, M. (2003). Making a six-hole flute, Voice of the Wind, 2003(4), 18–20.

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[Parncutt 2001] Parncutt, R. Critical comparison of acoustical and perceptual theories of the origin of musical scales, Proceedings of the International Symposium of Musical Acoustics, Perugia, Italy.

[Parncutt 2002] Parncutt, R., & McPherson, G. (editors) (2002). The science and psychology of music performance: Creative strategies for teaching and learning. Oxford University Press.

[Parsons 1925] Parsons, E. C. (1925). The pueblo at Jemez. Andover: Phillips Academy.

[Parsons 1929] Parsons, E. C. (1929). Ritual parallels in Pueblo and Plains Cultures, with special reference to Pawnee, American Anthropologist, 31(4), 642–654, doi:10.1525/aa.1929.31.4.02a00050. Publication 661175 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Parsons 1938] Parsons, E. C. (1938). The humpbacked flute player of the Southwest, American Anthropologist, 40(2), 337–338.

[Parsons 1939] Parsons, E. C. (1939). Pueblo Indian religion. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press.

[Partch 1979] Partch, H. (1979). Genesis of a music: An account of a creative work, its roots and its fulfillments. Da Capo Press.

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[Patterson-MW 2010] Patterson, M. W. (2010). The "pencil in the hand of the Indian": Cross-cultural interactions in Natalie Curtis's "The Indians' book", The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 9(4), 419–449. Publication 20799405 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Patterson-MW 2010a] Patterson, M. W. (2010). Natalie Curtis Burlin — A life in Native and African American music. University of Nebraska Press.

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[Payne 1988] Payne, R. W. (1988). The Plains flutes, The Flutist Quarterly, 13(4), 11–14.

[Payne 1989] Payne, R. W. (1989). Indian flutes of the Southwest, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 15, 5–31.

[Payne 1991] Payne, R. W. (1991). Bone flutes of the Anasazi, The Kiva, 56(2), in English and Spanish, 165–177. Publication 30247265 on JSTOR (subscription access).

[Payne 1991a] Payne, R. W. (1991). Medicine and music: Whistles of Eastern Oklahoma Indians, Chronicles of Oklahoma, 68(4), 424–433. ISSN 0009-6024.

[Payne 1992] Payne, R. W., & Hartley, J. D. (1992). Pre-Columbian flutes of Mesoamerica, Journal of the American Musical Instrument Society, 18, 22–61.

[Payne 1993] Payne, R. W. (1993). The Hopi flute ceremony. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Toubat Trails Publishing Co.

[Payne 1999] Payne, R. W. (1999). The Native American Plains flute. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Toubat Trails Publishing Co.

[Payne 1999a] Payne, R. W. (1999). The Native American plains flute & friends. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Toubat Trails Publishing Co.

[Payne 2000] Payne, R. W. (2000). Indigenous aerophones of the Northwest Coast. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Toubat Trails Publishing Co.

[Payne 2004] Payne, R. W. (2004). The diatonic Native American flute sings: Original stories and songs by Dr. Richard W. Payne.

[Payne-R 2002] Payne, R. (2002). Heart of the wood — The story of contemporary Native American flutemaking. Tacoma, Washington: Zadjik Productions.

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[Pegg 2008] Pegg, C., Myers, H., Bohlman, P. V., & Stokes, M. (2008). Ethnomusicology — Academic discipline concerned primarily with living music (and musical instruments and dance) of oral tradition, outside the limits of urban European art music, The New Grove Dictionary of Music Online, L. Macy (editor), retrieved December 19, 2010.

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[Pellerite x] Pellerite, J. J. Portrayals — for solo Native American flute, Zalo / JP-Publications.

[Penalosa 2012] Peñalosa, D.; Greenwood, P. (editor and contributor); Mielke, J., & Ekedal, R. (illustrators); Linberg, V., Gottlieb, W. P., & Brown, K. J. (photographers); Peñalosa, F. (consultant editor) (2012). The clave matrix: Afro-Cuban rhythm: Its principles and African origins. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.

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[Pennanen 2010] Pennanen, R. P. (2010). Melancholic airs of the Orient — Bosnian Sevdalinka music as an Orientalist and national symbol, Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 9, 76–90.

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[Pepper 1909] Pepper, G. H. (1909). The exploration of a burial-room in Pueblo Bonito, New Mexico, Putnam Anniversary Volume: Anthropological Essays Presented to Frederic Ward Putnam in Honor of His Seventieth Birthday, April 16, 1909, by His Friends and Associates, 196–252. Publication cu31924029880774 on Archive.org (open access).

[Pepper 1920] Pepper, G. H.; Nelson, N. C. (additional notes); Wissler, C. (foreward) (1920). Pueblo Bonito, Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 27. Reprinted in [Pepper 1996].

[Pepper 1996] Pepper, G. H.; Stuart, D. E. (introduction) (1996). Pueblo Bonito. University of New Mexico Press. Originally published in 1920. Reprint of [Pepper 1920] Pueblo Bonito.

[Pepping 2009] Pepping, A. (2009). A look at the role of musical wind instruments in asthma therapy, International Trumpet Guild Journal, 17–20.

[Percy 1607] Percy, G. (1607). Observations by Master George Percy, 1607, contained in [Tyler 1907], 1–23.

[Perdue 2001] Perdue, T. (editor) (2001). Sifters: Native American women's lives, Viewpoints on American Culture. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

[Perkins 2000] Perkins, L. L., & Green, K. (2000). First light — Traditional Wabanaki music: Abenaki - Maliseet - Mic-Mac - Passamaquoddy - Penobscot, New Approach Studio, WO 8201.

[Perkins 2001] Perkins, L. L. (2001). Native American flute tutor. Searsport, ME: Larura Lee Perkins, M.Ed., WO 8283.

[Perkins 2004] Perkins, L. L. (2004). Earth Mother flute songs songbook. Searsport, ME: Larura Lee Perkins, M.Ed. Simple finger numbering system.

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[Peters 2003] Peters, K., & Bush, K. (2003). The Nez Percé flute, Voice of the Wind, 2003(2), 7–10.

[Peters 2006] Peters, K. (2006). The Nez Perce flute. TOMV.

[Peters-W 2017] Peters, W., Martin, D., Steele-Tymes, S., Janis, T., Cortier, M., Hawk, T. R., Hawk, J. T., Rowland, C., Peters, J., & Sorbel, F. (performers) (2017). Waziahaŋhaŋ Šiyotaŋka Okolakičiye «Pine Ridge Flute Society», Back on the Rez Productions.

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