Footnote and Bibliography Formats
- Whenever you quote, borrow an idea or any information from a source you must credit the source in a footnote or endnote. Give a full citation of the author and reference the first time you refer to the source, and a short version with the author's name and the title thereafter.
- Always include the specific page number where the information can be found.
- Whenever you want to provide additional references or contribute commentary that is relevant to a subject, put these into a footnote.
Mozart's fugal writing occurs in several of his late symphonies. See A. Peter Brown, “Eighteenth-Century Traditions and Mozart's "Jupiter" Symphony K.551,” The Journal of Musicology, 20 (2003):157-195.
- End your entry with a period.