Links

These links are all related to decorated caves and prehistoric archaeological acoustics

Acoustics and Music of British Prehistory Research Network AMBPNetwork@wordpress.com

Cantabrian Government with lots of information on caves http://www.culturadecantabria.com/propuestas.asp

Chavin de Huntuar Archaeological Acosutics Project at Stanford Unviersity: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/chavin/team.html

Prehistoric Caves of Cantabria is a web site that includes some virtual tours of the caves, including El Castillo http://cuevas.culturadecantabria.com/castillo.asp

Dauvois, Michel. “Homo musicus palaeolithicus et Palaeoacustica.” Munibe. Antropologia-arkeologia 57 (2005): 225-241. Available at: http://www.euskomedia.org/PDFAnlt/munibe/aa/200503225241.pdf

Herschfeld, Eugene, 30 May 2010. Paleolithic Art, Part 7: Music in the Paleolithic, in Marxist Theory of Art Website. Available at http://marxist-theory-of-art.blogspot.co.uk/2010/05/paleolithic-art-part-7-music-in.html

Matthews, Doug, Ancient Celebration, Available at http://ancientcelebration.blogspot.co.uk/2010_10_01_archive.html

Paul Devereux’s Landscape Perception Page: http://www.landscape-perception.com/archaeoacoustics/

Rupestre Art Centre at Tito Bustillo http://www.centrotitobustillo.com/

Steven J. Waller’s Rock Art Acoustics Page: https://sites.google.com/site/rockartacoustics/

The Lamp of Lascaux: http://donsmaps.com/lascauxlamp.html

This is the website of the maker of the Shaman style drum we used in the caves to illustrate the acoustics present. It is a copy of a Mansi drum from Siberia, brought to Finland by Arthur Kannisto in 1906, made of spruce and reindeer hide. http://uulu.fi/product/kujeb/

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