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Music Research Guide: Citation Tools & Style Guides

Locate online and print resources, including key databases, catalogs, Web sites, and bibliographies, as well as search strategies, locations, and a wealth of other information about music at Princeton.

Managing Citations and Bibliographies

Citation managers help to store, organize, and output citations in a preferred format. Three options are available to Princeton users—EndNote (computer software program), RefWorks (Web-based access to Princeton users only), and Zotero (Web-based, open source). All three have their pluses and minuses.

Online Style Guides for Music

Style Guides for Music (Print)

These brief manuals offer guidance and tips on how to write about music—from reviews to concert reports to research papers, as well as how to cite sources, label music examples, and so much more.

Citing Sources & Writing with Style