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Bibliography: a list of all your sources (books, articles, web sources, scores) should be placed at the the end of your paper. The citations should be formatted in the bibliography style, and ordered alphabetically by the author's last name. The heading is usually Bibliography. See the Chicago Manual section 14.61-65.
Discography: Recordings are usually listed in a separate section titled Discography. Place this after your bibliography. Chicago Manual 14.263.
Footnotes: Superscript numbers in your text refer to numbered footnotes at the bottom of the page. Chicago Manual 14.24.
Shortened Footnotes: The first time you cite a source in a footnote, provide the full details. Subsequent citations of the same source should be shortened. The usual format is: author's last name, Shortened Title, page number. Chicago Manual 14.29-34.
Musical Examples: Musical examples require a caption, a footnote, and a bibliography entry.
The caption should be placed above the example and should include the example number (label examples in the order they appear in your paper), the composer's name, piece's title, the measure numbers, and any other information required to identify the example's location within the score.
Place a footnote number at the end of the caption, with a full footnote citation at the bottom of the page. Include a full bibliography citation in your Works Cited list.
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