CHICAGO

In-text-citations

Paraphrasing

A classic song about autumn in New York warms the heart after a long winter.2

Direct quote

Place direct quotes between double quotation marks " ".

"Autumn in New York, why does it seem so inviting?"5

Full note

ALBUM (CD)

1. Richard Strauss, Don Quixote, with Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) and the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy, recorded February 24, 1940, Biddulph LAB 042, 1991, compact disc.

ALBUM TRACK

2. Frank Sinatra, vocal performance of “Autumn in New York,” by Vernon Duke, recorded October 8, 1957, on Come Fly with Me, Capitol, 1958, LP.


ONLINE MUSIC VIDEO

3. Sheppard, “Geronimo,” YouTube music video, posted August 1, 2014, accessed July 19, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL_EXAyGCkw.

Subsequent notes

4. Strauss, Don Quixote.

5. Sinatra, “Autumn in New York.”

6. Sheppard, “Geronimo.”

Bibliography

TEMPLATE

Songwriter or Performer. "Title of song." Form. Posted date. Accessed date. URL.

Sheppard. “Geronimo.” YouTube music video. Posted August 1, 2014. Accessed July 19, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL_EXAyGCkw.

Sinatra, Frank. Vocal performance of “Autumn in New York.” By Vernon Duke. Recorded October 8, 1957. On Come Fly with Me. Capitol, 1958, LP.

Strauss, Richard. Don Quixote. With Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Conducted by Eugene Ormandy. Recorded February 24, 1940. Biddulph LAB 042, 1991, compact disc.

TURABIAN

In-text-citations

Paraphrasing

Popular band Sheppherd have a great hit with Geronimo which is topping the charts this week.3

Direct quote

Consider the first two lines of the song Geronimo: "Can you feel it? Now it's coming back we can steel it."6

Full note

1. Richard Strauss, Don Quixote, with Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) and the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy, recorded February 24, 1940, Biddulph LAB 042, 1991, CD.

2. Frank Sinatra, “Autumn in New York,” by Vernon Duke, recorded October 8, 1957, on Come Fly with Me, Capitol, 1958, LP.

3.  Sheppard, “Geronimo” (music video), posted Aug 1, 2014, accessed July 19, 2016, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL_EXAyGCkw.

Subsequent notes

4. Strauss, Don Quixote.

5. Sinatra, “Autumn in New York.”

6. Sheppard, “Geronimo.”

Bibliography

TEMPLATE

Songwriter or Performer. "Title of song" (Form). Posted date. Accessed date. URL.

Sheppard. “Geronimo” (music video). Posted August 1, 2014. Accessed July 19, 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UL_EXAyGCkw.

Performer. "Title of song." By writer of song. Recorded date. On Album title. Label, Year, Format).

Sinatra, Frank. “Autumn in New York.” By Vernon Duke. Recorded October 8, 1957. On Come Fly with Me. Capitol, 1958, LP.

Performer. "Title of song." With name of accompanying performer/s. Conducted by name. Recorded date. Label, Year, Format.

Strauss, Richard. Don Quixote. With Emanuel Feuermann (violoncello) and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Conducted by Eugene Ormandy. Recorded February 24, 1940. Biddulph LAB 042, 1991. CD.

CHICAGO & TURABIAN

A music recording can be cited in the notes and bibliography if you are using it as a source. For a general mention, just identify the work in your writing unless extra detail needs to be added in a note.

  • ALBUM: Give principal contributor (performer or composer), album title (italics), any other major contributors, label, year and form. Any useful extra information (e.g., names of other major contributors) is added after title.
  • TRACK FROM ALBUM: Give performer and title of song (in quotation marks), songwriter (if different from performer), recording date (if available), album title (italics), recording label information, year and form.
  • ONLINE: If accessed online, add access date and URL.