Notes

Bibliography to Accompany Notes Template



  1. This is Note 1. For further information concerning citations in the forms of notes and bibliographies, see the links at Reference Sources and Resources for Papers. See also Irvine, Irvine’s Writing about Music, Chapter 7-9, pp. 50-96.
  2. The Notes on this page will use short titles. Click on each link to see the corresponding Bibliography entry.
    The following Note is a correct format (short title) for a periodical (journal) article.
  3. Walls, "New Light on Songs by William Lawes and John Wilson," 60.
  4. The following is a correct format (short title) for a book.
  5. Spink, English Song, 273.
  6. The following is a correct format (short title) for a reference to a music edition.
  7. Spink (ed.), English Songs, 1625-1660, 190.
  8. The following is a correct format (short title) for a book with two authors.
  9. Day and Murrie, English Song Books, 33, 39.
  10. The following is a correct format (short title) for an article in a dictionary or encyclopedia.
  11. Ness, "Tablature," 830.
  12. The following is a correct format (short title) for a book with no author.
  13. A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts, II 27.
  14. The following is a correct format (short title) for a facsimile. See also Methods of Citing Facsimiles in Bibliographies.
  15. Playford, An Introduction to the Skill of Musick…The Seventh Edition (1674), 31.
  16. This last Note has just before it a "name" Tag (or "Target") that allows reference to a specific place on a page. (It is invisible in a browser, so it cannot be seen here unless you look at the "View - Source" to see the code for this page.) Each of the links above to the Bibliography to Accompany this Notes Template also is done using the same sort of "name" Tag (or "Target"). You can use these links and the Bibliography to Accompany Notes Template to see how these links are constructed. Simply copy the links (changing the actual references in quotation marks) using the HTML view in your HTML editor.

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