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Abbreviations

AP                   Pers. comm., Andrew Pawley

DNZB             Orange 1990-2003

Lexicon          Ross et al. 1998

McL                McLean MS. n.d.

NTBG             National Tropical Botanical Garden

Office             Office of Tokelau Affairs              

Pollex             Biggs & Clark 1996-98

RMTD            Moyle 2011

 

Note: References include entries for dictionaries used to supplement cognate lists in Chapters 6 and 11.

 

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McLean, Mervyn, 1986. "Towards a Typology of Musical Change: Missionaries and Adjustive Response in Oceania." World of Music (Berlin), 28(1):29-43.

 

McLean, Mervyn, 1994. Diffusion of Musical Instruments and Their Relation to Language Migrations in New Guinea. Kulele: Occasional Papers on Pacific Music and Dance, 1. Boroko: Cultural Studies Division, National Research Institute.

 

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McLean, Mervyn, 1999. Weavers of Song: Polynesian Music and Dance. Auckland: Auckland University Press / Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Includes a CD.

 

McLean, Mervyn, 2006. Pioneers of Ethnomusicology. Coral Springs, Florida: Llumina Press.

 

McLean, Mervyn, 2008. "Were Lapita Potters Ancestral to Polynesians? A

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Angramut; Anin; 'Au ni mako; 'Au pasiawa; Bullroarer; Conch-shell trumpet; Culo; Fa'atete; Fangufangu; Garamut; Hinen nimbwilei; Hourglass drum; Ihara; Jew's harp; Ka'ara; Kalove; Kaur; Kio; Kiro; Koa; Ko'e; Kofe; Kooauau; Koororohuu; Kundu (i); Lali; Launut; Leaf oboe; Leaf whizzer; Logo; Nafa; Naki; Nakpea; Nama; Na-mbwe; Nguru; Ni 'au kani; Nose flute; Paakuru; Pagolo; Pahu; Pahu tupa'i rima; Pahuu; Pakau tarekareka; Panpipes; Para ni 'o'o; Pate; Pa'u; Pa'u mango; Pokakakaka; Porutu; Pu; Puhakahau; Pu ihu; Pu kohe; Putona; Puukaaea; Puurorohuu; Puutaatara; Puutoorino; Ratahigi; Rehu; Rooria; Sacred flutes; Sosom; Sounding board; Stamping tube; Susap; Talipalau; Tangalop; Thith; Tini; Tini-tokere; Tita'a kohe; Titapu; To'ere; Tookere; Tui; 'Ukeke; Utete; Vivo (i); Whio.]

 

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