APA 6th Referencing Guide — Music Score

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APA Referencing Guide — Music score

Note

  • If there is only one version of the score under discussion, you can refer to it in-text, without a full citation. It is only included in the reference list.
  • If you are comparing different editions of a score, then you need to cite them separately in the text (i.e. include year and editor/ arranger) as well as in the reference list.
Format and order
  • Composer(s)/ artist(s)/ group(s) (family name, comma followed by initials, with full stop and space after each initial OR group, followed by full stop)
  • Additional contributor (e.g. editor/ arranger, family name, comma followed by initials, with full stop and space after each initial)
  • (Year of publication). (in round brackets, followed by full stop)
  • Title of work. (in italics, followed by full stop)
  • Place of publication: (followed by colon)
  • Publisher. (followed by a full stop)
In-text citation

Mozart when composing Requiem…(Mozart & Druce, 1993)

Reference list

Mozart, W. A., & Druce, D. (1993). Requiem: For soprano, alto, tenor and bass soli, SATB and orchestra, K626. London: Novello.

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