The Divje Babe specimen and the diatonic scale (Excerpts from April Nowell & Philip Chase)
- REPLY TO NOWELL & CHASE'S NEANDERTHAL FLUTE PAPER [FALL 2000]: A FAILURE TO PAY THE PIPER? The Neanderthal Flute & the Diatonic Scale. Fink, Bob // Crosscurrents -- Journal of Ancient Music, Pre-history, Archaeol;May2004 Extra, Issue 195d, p1
The author replies to the argument made by archeologists April Nowell and Philip Chase that refutes his idea about the Neanderthal flute. Accordingly, Chase and Nowell refuted the author's claim of the Neanderthal flute being consistent with notes of the do-re-mi scale by arguing that the...
- Excerpt: FOX NEWS. Onion, Amanda // Crosscurrents -- Journal of Ancient Music, Pre-history, Archaeol;Winter2003, Issue 194a, p1
An excerpt from an article about the hole spacing found in the 9,000-year-old flute discovered in China is presented.
- The Neanderthal Flute. Fink, Bob // Crosscurrents -- Journal of Ancient Music, Pre-history, Archaeol;May2004 Extra, Issue 195a, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Anne D. Kilmer on the indication of the harmony and the diatonic scale of the Neanderthal flute and the psychological studies supported it on the natural intervals to the dissonant intervals.
- Once more on the line-up of the holes: Postscript. Fink, Bob // Crosscurrents -- Journal of Ancient Music, Pre-history, Archaeol;May2004 Extra, Issue 195e, p5
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about the spacing between holes of the Neanderthal flute.
- The world's oldest flute with Matej Zupan. // Flute (20454074);Sep2012, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p45
The article presents the highlights of the Eighth International Flute Convention of the British Flute Society that was held in Manchester, England in late 2012, particularly the film and presentation of the world's oldest flute called the bone flute by Matej Zupan.
- Flute or Fluke? ABBASI, JENNIFER // Discover;Oct2015, Vol. 36 Issue 8, p15
The article discusses studies conducted by paleozoologist Cajus Diedrich and biologist Jelle Atema on the bone discovered by Slovenian archaeologist Ivan Turk in 1995 in Divje Babe Archaeological Park in Slovenia to decide whether it is a flute or a bone scavenged by ancient hyenas.
- 35,000-Year-Old Bone Flute Is World's Oldest Instrument. // Canadian Musician;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p16
The article reports on the discovery of the 35, 000 years old bone flute believed to be the world's oldest instrument by the researchers at the Tuebingen University in Germany.
- A Fresh Look at the Cognitive Origins of Man the Tool-Maker. Greif, Marissa L. // Evolutionary Psychology;2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p38
The article reviews the book "Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition," by April Nowell and Iain Davidson.
- Bone Flute…. KNIGHT, JOHN // Social Alternatives;2011 First Quarter, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p23
The poem "Bone Flute..." by John Knight is presented. First Line: blind dancer; Last Line: of his hair.