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Example reference formats for different source types

Music (Musical score/ sheet music) examples

Print: 

Format: in text citation  
Newer arrangements of Mozart’s concertos are popular (Surname, Year).

Format: reference  
Composer surname, initials. (Year of publication) Title of work. Editor(s) followed by ed. or other arrangers (note name is not surname first). Place of publication: Publisher.

Example: in text citation  
Newer arrangements of Mozart’s concertos are popular (Mozart, 2009).

Example: reference  
Mozart, W. A. (2009) Flute concertos: Concerto no. 2 in D, K. 314 and Andante in C, K. 315. T. Wye (ed). R. Scott (arr.) Borough Green: Novello.

Online:

Format: in text  
(Surname of artist/composer, year)

 Format: reference 
Artist/Composer, Initial. (Year) Title of work [score] Source [online]. Available from: URL [Accessed date].

Format: in text citation  
Newer arrangements of Mozart’s concertos are popular (Surname, Year).

Example: reference 
Mozart, W. A. (1778) Flute concerto in G [score] Musopen.org [online]. Available from: https://musopen.org/music/39127-flute-concerto-in-g-major-k-313285c/ [Accessed 20 February 2019].