Resonant spectra of 180° domain-wall oscillations in isolated magnetic bubbles are obtained with swept rf sinusoidal excitation and magnetooptic detection. The resonant frequencies are found to depend on the domain wall state. A quantitative micromagnetic theory involving contributions to the wall mass from already-present vertical Bloch lines with and without Bloch points explains the resonant frequencies, including their field dependence, and relates them to the wall states. It is found that for small in-plane fields, Bloch lines provide most of the effective wall mass. Moreover, if a Bloch point is present on a Bloch line, it tends to decrease the Bloch-line mass contribution. © 1981.