Flower World: Music Archaeology of the Americas, Vol. 3., edited by Matthias Stöckli and Mark Howell, Ekho Verlag, Berlin, 2014.

This volume discusses ancient music that was produced throughout North America with specific case studies from different regions. Topics include, a historical model for North American Indian music, rattling soundmakers depicted in the Spiro shell engravings, the instruments of Chaco Canyon (by Emily J. Brown), the quadruple flutes of Teotihuacan, musical instruments from Oaxaca, ceramic musical instruments from Pacbitun, Belize and the Maya Subarea, Andes shell and ceramic trumpets, non-musical uses of music instruments in Paracas and Nasca iconography.

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