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Author-date system

Elements to include: 

-Author (composer, writer, performer, or other person primarily responsible for the content)
-Title, in italics or quotation marks, as applicable
-Name of the recording company or publisher
-Identifying number of the recording
-Indication of medium (compact disc, audiocassette, audiovisual file, etc.)
-Copyright date or date of production or performance
-URL or DOI if consulted online
-May also include the number of discs in an album and the duration of the recording, as applicable. 

......Though autors should cite the format consulted, it is generally useful to give informaiton about the original source, if available. More over, the date of the original recording should be privileged in the cittion. 

In-text 

(Weingartner 1936)

Reference

Weingartner, Felix von (conductor). 1936. 150 Jahre Wiener Philharmoniker.
        Preiser Records, PR90113 (mono), 1992,  compact disc. Includes
        Beethoven's Symphony no 3 in E-flat Major and Symphony no. 8 in F Major. 

In-text 

(Coolidge [1920?])

Reference

Cookedge, Calvin. [1920?] "Equal Rights" (speech). Copy of 78 rpm disc in
          RealAudio and WAV formats from the Library of Congree, "American
          Leaders Speak: Recordings  from World War I and the 1920 Election,
         1918-1920." https://memory.loc.gov/ammem/nfhtml/nforSpeakers01.html

In-text 

(Holiday 1958)

Reference

Holiday, Billie. 1958. "I'm a Fool to Want You" (vocal performance). By Joel Herron,
            Frank Sinatra, and Jack Wolf. Recorded February 20, with Ray Ellis.
            On Lady in Satin, Columbia CL 1157, 33 rpm. 

In-text 

(Pink Floyd 1970)

Reference

Pink Floyd. 1970. Atom Heart Mother. Capitol CDP 7 46381 2, 1990, compact disc. 

 

Notes and bibliography system

Elements to include: 

-Author (composer, writer, performer, or other person primarily responsible for the content)
-Title, in italics or quotation marks, as applicable
-Name of the recording company or publisher
-Identifying number of the recording
-Indication of medium (compact disc, audiocassette, audiovisual file, etc.)
-Copyright date or date of production or performance
-URL or DOI if consulted online
-May also include the number of discs in an album and the duration of the recording, as applicable. 

-- Slides and filmstrips

Note

     1. Louis J. Mihalyi, Landscapes of Zambia, Central Africa (Santa Barbara, CA: Visual Education, 1975), 35 mm slides, 40 frames. 

Bibliography

The Greek and Roman World. Chicago: Soceity for Visual Education, 1977.
         Filmstrip, 44 min. 

-- DVDs and videocassettes

 Note

     1. Michael Curtis and Gregory S. Malins, "The One with the Princess Leia Fantasy," Friends, season 3, episode 1, directed by Gail Mancuso, aired September 19, 1996 (Burbank, CA: Warner Home Video, 2003), DVD.

Bibliography

Handel, George Frideric. Messiah. Atlanta Symphony Ordhestra and Chamer
           Chorus, Robert Shaw. Performed December 19,1987. Ansonia Station,
           NY: Video Artists International, 1988. Videocassette (VHS), 141 min 

-- Online multimedia


Note

     1. A.E. Weed, At the Foot of the Flatiron (American Mutoscope and Biograph Co., 1903), 35 mm film, from Library of Congress, The Life of a City: Early Films of New York, 1898-1906, MPEG video, 2:19, http://lcweb2.log.gov/ammem/papr/nychome.html.

      2. "HORWITZ AT CARNEGIE HALL  2-Chopin Noctorune in Fm Op.55," YouTube video, 5:53, from a performance televised by CBS on September 22, 1968, posted by "hubanj," Janurary 9, 2009, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDVBtuWkMS8.

Bibliography

Harwood, John. "The Pros and Cons of Biden." New York Times video, 2:00.
        August 23, 2008. http://www.nytimes.com/video/us/politics/119481709
         1987/the-pros-and-cons-of-biden.html

Pollan, Michael. "Michael Pollan Gives a Plant's-Eye View." Filmed March 2007.
         TED video, 17:31. Posted February 2008. http://www.ted.com/talks/michael_
          pollan_gives_a_plant_s_eye_view


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