Music Bibliography at IUP
Selected Citations in Music
a supplement to style guides such as the Turabian, Chicago Manual of Style, RILM Manual of Style and the Laurie Sampsel Music Research: A Handbook (Oxford University Press)

Note: for the IUP Libraries Citation Styles page, including the citation of electronic sources, click here.

I. Unsigned Dictionary or Encyclopedia Article
II. Signed Dictionary or Encyclopedia Article
III. Alternative and preferred way to cite signed articles
IV. Score in a series:
    a. Without series number.
    b. With series number.
    c. Including editor. (example: Diletto Musicale)
    d. Including series editor (optional) and volume editor. (example: Das Chorwerk)
    e. With a parallel title. (example: Hortus Musicus)
    f. In a scholarly edition, (example: Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Österreich)

V. Score in a composer's collected works:
    a. One volume. (example: J. C. Bach)
    b. Volume in a sub-series. (example: Verdi)
    c. Component part of a volume in a sub-series. (example: Schubert)
    d.  Volume with multiple sub-series. (example: Mozart)
    e. Component part of a volume with multiple sub-series. (example: J. S. Bach)
 


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