"From Mud to Music: Making and Enjoying Ceramic Musical Instruments," featured artist; Baird & Hall; American Ceramic Society, Carbondale, OH; 2006; Book/CD
"Movers & Shakers: the 40 most exciting soulful artists of 2003," Jon Spayde; Utne Arts Extra
"Harmonic Combinations: Sound Sculptures by Susan Rawcliffe," Susan Rawcliffe; Ceramics Monthly, Vol. 45, #8
Gravikords, Whirlies and Pyrophones: Ellipsis Arts, #3530, book & CD, Bart Hopkin
"The Flutes and Sound Sculptures of Susan Rawcliffe;" Susan Rawcliffe; Experimental Musical Instruments, Vol. 11, #2; cassette #XII
"I flauti precolombiani de Susan Rawcliffe," Gianluigi Gasparetti; Deep Listenings #2, Rome, Italy; summer 1995
The Deutsches Archäologisches Institute publishes the Orient-Archäologie series.
"Entrancing Sounds: Beats, difference tones and other sounds in prehispanic flutes," Orient-Archäologie Band 22, Studien zur Musikarchäologie VI; Both, Eich-mann, Hickmann, & Koch, Eds.; VML, Rahden/Westf. Leidorf, Germany, 2008.
"Eight West Mexican Flutes in Fowler Museum," Music Archaeology: Mesoamerica; Arnd Adje Both and Julia L. J. Sanchez, Eds. World of Music, Vol. 49(2) - 2007; Journal of the Department of Ethnomusicology, Otto-Friedrich University of Bam-berg
"Sounding Clay: Pre-Hispanic Flutes," Orient-Archäologie Band 8, Studien zur Mu-sikarchäologie III; Ellen Hickmann & Ricardo Eichmann, Eds. Verlag Marie Leidorf Gmbf, Rahden/Westf, 2002, Germany
"Complex Acoustics in PreColumbian Flute Systems," Musical Repercussions of 1492, 1992, Smithsonian Institution Press; Experimental Musical Instruments, Vol. VIII #2, cassette #VIII; National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts Journal Vol. 14, 1993-4
For a summary of the articles under Prehispanic Studies, please see Abstracts
For more information about any of these articles please contact: Susan Rawcliffe
P.O. Box 924
San Pedro, California 90733