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Referencing: Music Score & Liner Notes

Guide to APA 6th referencing style used at ECU

Music Score & Liner Notes: Sample References

Source In-text References End-text Refernces
(reference lists require hanging indent)
Music scores (Sibelius, 2001)
Sibelius, J. (2001). Concerto in D minor, op. 47 [Score]. New York, NY: International Music Co.

Music liner notes


Note: If you wish to refer to the liner notes rather than a recording then use the following form.

(Obiera, 1998)

Obiera, P. (1998.) Lyricism and exotic colour. In The pearl fishers [CD liner notes]. Germany: Philips Classics.


Note: Use country of origin if city is not known

Music liner notes
 

Note: If the liner notes do not have a title, add a one or two word description and place this in square brackets to indicate that the material is a description not a title itself.

(Kimball, 1979)

Kimball, R. (1979). [Synopsis]. In Sweeney Todd: The demon barber of Fleet Street: A musical thriller [CD liner notes]. New York, NY: RCA.
Music recording: No composer

“Over the Waterfall” (Shocked, 1992, track 5)

Shocked, M. (1992). Over the waterfall. On Arkansas traveler [CD]. United States: PolyGram Music.

Musical Recordings

For more information on referencing music recordings, see Audiovisual Materials

Audiovisual Materials References

 

 

 

 

Audiovisual Material Reference

Learn how to format references for audiovisual material, including streaming videos (e.g., YouTube videos), television shows, movies, podcasts, music recordings, and artwork.

 

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