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APA Bibliography: Sound Recordings

APA Bibliography: Sound Recordings

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Author: Sydney Bauer
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This lesson introduces how to format a sound recording in an APA bibliography.
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APA Reference List Entry: Sound Sources

 

APA Reference List Entry Format: Sound Sources
*Note: APA provides formatting for various sources of information, but does not provide specific formatting for every type of source. If you have a source that APA does not cover individually, choose a format for a source that you think is the most similar.
 
Music Recording:
If the album or song was recorded by someone other than the songwriter, include the phrase “Recorded by” and then list the artist in brackets. Place the recording date in parentheses followed by a period if it is different than the copyright date.
 
Songwriter’s last name, initials. (Date of copyright). Title of song in sentence case [Recorded by A. Nother]. On Title of album in sentence case [Medium of recording]. Location: Label. (Recording date).
 
Dylan, B. (1965). Masters of war [Recorded by Odetta]. On Odetta sings Dylan [CD]. New York, NY: Camden Records.