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Literature: Mouth organs

Agnew, R. Gorden: The music of the Ch’uan Miao. In: Jl. West China border research soc.11 (Shanghai, 1939), p.9-22.

Arends, H.: Muziek uit Japan kent vele vormen. In: Akt 18;5 (Groningen, 1970), p.151-157.

Barthakur, Dilip Ranjan: The music and musical instruments of North Eastern India. New Delhi, 2003 (p.123-124: Mouth organs).

Bernatzik, Emmy: Burma [Bildtafeln und Interpretationen]. In: Collaer [et al.]: Südostasien, p.68-71.

Blench, Roger: The history and distribution of the free-reed mouth-organ in SE Asia (presented at the 14th EurASEAA meeting, Dublin, September 2012 (Draft submitted for proceedings, 2012).

Brauns, Claus-Dieter (photos) & Löffler, Lorenz G. (text): Mru: Hill People on the border of Bangladesh. Basel, 1990.

Brunet, Jacques: Kampuchea (Kambodscha) [Bildtafeln und Interpretationen]. In: Collaer [et al.]: Südostasien, p.44-57.

Catlin, Amy: Hmong musical instruments. In: The Garland encyclopedia of world music (4): Southeast Asia [unpaged].

Collaer, Paul [et al.]: Südostasien (Musikgeschichte in Bildern 1/3). Unter Mitarbeit von Emmy Bernatzik, Jacques Brunet, Ernst Heins, Mantle Hood, Margaret King, José Maceda, Hans Oesch, Trân vǎn Khê und G. van Wengen. Leipzig, 1979.

Cross, Thomas E.: Instruments of Burma, India, Nepal, Thailand, and Tibet. Vermillion, 1982.

Daniélou, Alain: Südasien: die indische Musik und ihre Traditionen (Musikgeschichte in Bildern 1/4): [Einschließlich Pakistan, Nepal und Sri Lanka]. Leipzig, 1978.

The Garland encyclopedia of world music (4): Southeast Asia [1998]. s.l. [New York/Abingdon (UK)], 2013 [unpaged]. [NB: ➺ Amy Catlin, Patricia Matusky, Alan R. Thrasher, and Ruriko Uchida].

Heins, Ernst & Wengen, G. van: Kalimantan (Borneo) [Bildtafeln und Interpretationen]. In: Collaer [et al.]: Südostasien, p.128-133.

Kunst, Jaap: Hindu-Javanese musical instruments [Weltevreden, 1927: »Hindoe-Javaansche muziek-instrumenten, speciaal die van oost-Java«]. The Hague, 1968 (2).

Malm, William P.: Japanese music and musical instruments [1959]. Rutland, 1965 (3).

Malm, William P.: Music cultures of the Pacific, the Near East, and Asia. Englewood Cliffs, 1967.

Matusky, Patricia: Borneo: Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, Kalimantan. In: The Garland encyclopedia of world music (4): Southeast Asia [unpaged].

Miki, Minoru: Composing for Japanese Instruments. Rochester, 2008 (p.63-67: Shō).

Miller, Terry E. & Shahriari, Andrew: World music: a global history. Routledge, 2012 (p.155-156 [Thai Khaen terminology]).

Missin, Pat: Eastern free reed instruments. (➺ website)

Morrison, Gayle: The Hmong Qeej: Speaking to the Spirit World. In: Hmong Studies Journal v2n2 (Spring 1998)

Moule, Arthur C.: A list of the musical and other sound-producing instruments of the Chinese [Shanghai, 1908, Jl. of the north China branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 39]. Preface by Harrison Ryker. Buren, 1989 [facsimile].

Moylan, Terry: A short history of the uilleann pipes. In: History Ireland, s.l., s.a. [2018?], unpaged. (➺ website)

Neubauer, E. [Eckhard]: Music in the Islamic environment. In: History of civilizations of Central Asia, IV: The age of achievement: A.D. 750 to the end of the 15th century. part 2: The achievements. C.E. Bosworth & the late M.S. Asimov, eds. (Unesco, 2000), p.594-603.

Sachs, Curt: Die Musikinstrumente Birmas und Assams im K. Ethnographischen Museum zu München. München, 1917.

Sachs, Curt: Die Musikinstrumente Indiens und Indonesiens: zugleich eine Einführung in die Instrumentenkunde [1914]. Berlin, 1923 (2).

Schlesinger, Kathleen: Cheng. In: Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th edition, New York, 1910 – 1911 – 1922, VI (1910), p.77-78.

Schwörer, Gretel: Die Mundorgel bei den Laˇ Hu_ in Nord-Thailand: Bauweise, Funktion und Musik, 1: Darstellung. Hamburg, 1982.

Schwörer, Gretel: Die Mundorgel bei den Laˇ Hu_ in Nord-Thailand: Bauweise, Funktion und Musik, 2: Transkriptionen. Hamburg, 1982.

笙的演奏法 [Shēng de yǎnzòu fǎ] [Playing method for the Shēng (Description of the instrument)]. [4] p. NB: Terminology (Compilation & English translation WS).

Tan Sung Wah: Types of Shengs [sic]. s.l. [Singapore], 2015. (➺ website)

Thrasher, Alan R.: Sheng. In: The Garland encyclopedia of world music (4): Southeast Asia [unpaged].

Trân vǎn Khê: Viêt-nam. Paris, 1967.

Uchida, Ruriko: Music of upland minorities in Burma, Laos, and Thailand. In: The Garland encyclopedia of world music (4): Southeast Asia [unpaged].

Wong, Samuel Shengmiao: Qi’ - An instrumental guide to the Chinese orchestra. Singapore, 2005 (p.[134]-145: Sheng).

Yupho, Dhanit (อยู่โฆธริ์, ธนิต [Yù-pho, Thánít]): หนังสื อเครื่องดนตริ ใทย [Hanangsuo ekharuongdnatri thaiy (?)] = Thai musical instruments [1957]. Translated (with an introduction) by David Morton. Bangkok, 1987 [4].

张跃进 [Zhāng Yuèjìn]: 笙教学教程 [Shēng jiàoxué jiàochéng; Shēng teaching course], 北京 (Běijīng), 2012.

中国 [Zhōngguó]: 中国音乐词典。中国艺术研究院音乐研究所 «中国音乐词典» 编辑部 编 [Zhōngguó yīnyuè cídiǎn. Zhōngguó Yìshù Yánjiū Yuàn Yīnyuè Yánjiū Suǒ «Zhōngguó yīnyuè cídiǎn» biānjí bù biān; Chinese music dictionary, compiled by the Chinese Art Research Inst., Music Research Inst., "Chinese music dictionary" editorial board]. 北京 [Běijīng], 1984.

中国 [Zhōngguó]: 中国乐器图志 [Zhōngguó yuèqì túzhì; A pictorial record of Chinese musical instruments]. 刘东升 [Liú Dōngshēng], 胡传藩 [Hú Zhuànfān], 胡彦久 [Hú Yànjiǔ †] 编著 [biānzhù; editors]. 北京 [Běijīng], s.a. [1987].