Many of your music courses will use Chicago citation style, a style commonly used by music historians and music theorists.
The USU Libraries has a copy of the Chicago Manual of Style in print in Course Reserves (Room 158) and at the Information Desk (1st floor).
You can also access the manual online via the library's subscription:
Need more help with Chicago? Check out the following for sample citations and tips:
Turabian, used by historians, is a condensed version of the Chicago Manual of Style. The two styles are similar, but not necessarily identical.
APA is the citation style used by music therapy students.
MLA is a citation style used throughout the arts and humanities, including music.
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