Composer Lastname, Firstname.Title of Score. Year of Composition. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Medium. Name of Series (if applicable).
Stravinsky, Igor. L'oiseau de feu. 1909-10. New York: Schott, 1993. Print.
|Score from an anthology or collected work||
Composer Lastname, Firstname. “Title of Score.” Year of Composition.Title of Anthology. Ed. Editor(s) Names. Vol.#. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year of Publication. Pages. Medium.
Floyd, Carlisle. "I Should Have Ended it Long Ago." 1981. American Arias: a Collection of Essential
Contemporary Works. Ed. Philip Brunelle. Soprano edition. New York: Boosey &
Hawkes, 2004. 94-99. Print.
Author/Composer Lastname, Firstname.Title or Description of Material. Date of Composition. Form of the Material–for Manuscript use MS, for Typescript use TS. Name and location of thelibrary/institution/collection where the manuscript is held (if relevant).
Percy, Thomas. Ballads and Romances. 1867-68. MS. Herbert M. Halpert Collection. Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, NL, Canada.
|PDF Download from the Internet||ComposerLastname, Firstname. Title of Score. Year of Composition. Title of website. Publisher/Sponsor of website. Medium. Date accessed.
Stravinsky, Igor. Firebird. 1909-10. International Music Score Library Project. Web. 5 March 2013.
In MLA Style, parenthetical references are used when quoting or referring to sources consulted in the body of the document. After a quote or paraphrase, a reference including the author's name and other attributing information will be enclosed in parentheses. For a complete description of how to compose parenthetical references, consult the following resources.