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Please note:  Images, music, and video files posted to the Web are automatically copyrighted.  This means that even royalty free pictures, music, and video clips must be cited in your project.  MLA citation format and examples of each type are listed below.

 

How to Cite Music from the Web

Music Citation, MLA Format:


Last name, First name of artist, composer, conductor, or ensemble. "Title of specific song."

     Title of recording/entire work. Name of Artist (if not listed at beginning of entry).

     Manufacturer, year of issue. Medium of recording (CD, Audiofile on Web, etc.).

     Date Accessed (if Web source). <URL address (if applicable)>.

NOTE: 2nd line and every line after that should be indented 5 spaces.

Example:


Langer, Pierre and Scott P. Schreer, comp. "Last Song Home." Acoustic Guitar Vol. 1.

     Freeplaymusic, n.d. Web. 3 June 2010. <http://freeplaymusic.com/search/

     category_search.php?t=v&i=41>.

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A big thank you to Donna Zecha at Hopkinton Middle/High School Library for allowing me to copy her original LibGuide - http://hopkintonschools.libguides.com/freeuse.

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