Answered By: Kathy Kinsella Last Updated: Apr 07, 2020 Views: 42
If your chosen music source is from a CD or Vinyl please follow the below format for your reference:
ARTIST, Year. Title [format]. Place of distribution: Record label
Here are some examples:
- ALVVAYS, 2014. Alvvays [CD]. London: Transgressive Records
- DAVIS, M., 1959. Kind of blue [Vinyl]. Columbia: CBS
Below are some other examples from difference types of music:
- Individual track on album:
GALLAGHER, N., 1994. Shakermaker. In: OASIS, Definitely maybe [CD]. Manchester: Creation Records.
- Compilation album:
ORA, R., 2014. I Will Never Let You Down. In: NOW That's What I Call Music! 88 [CD]. London: UMTV.
NYMAN, M., 2003. Pieces from the Piano [score]. UK: Music Sales Ltd.
BRITTEN, B., 1980. Eight folk song arrangements for high voice and harp [score]. O. ELLIS, ed. London: Faber Music
For further details please refer to the Harvard Referencing Guide or get in touch.
If you are using a different referencing style to Harvard please contact your tutor for support.