|Translation of a book||Author Lastname, Firstname.Title of Work. Trans. Firstname Lastname. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year. Medium.
Hindemith, Paul. The Craft of Musical Composition. Trans. Arther Mendel and Otto Ortmann. New York: Associated Press, 1941-42. Print.
|Song translation in a collection||Stravinsky, Igor. "La lune blanche." The Ring of Words: an Anthology of Song Texts. Trans. Philip M. Miller. New York: W. W. Norton, 1933. 353. Print.
|Translation from IPA Source (or located online)||
Stravinsky, Igor. Sagesse. Trans. Bard Suverkrop. IPA Source. 2008. Web. 16 March 2013.
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