APA References by Material
Book – Single Author
Brown, Sandford. (1993). Louis armstrong.
Book – More than one Author
Montgomery, Elizabeth R., Frame,
Paul. (1972). Duke ellington: king
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(2001). Guide to Jazz Houses in Europe. London: Little and Long.
Reference Book Article – Signed
Hodeir, Andre. (1994). Ellington, Duke. In The new grove dictionary of music and
musicians (Vol. 6, pp. 136-137).
: Macmillan Publishers. New York
Reference Book Article – Unsigned
“Edward Kennedy Ellington.”(1998).
2nd ed. Encyclopedia of world biography.
Hentoff, Nat. (
Journal, p. A24.
Ochs, Susie. (1999, October). Students ride the ellington express. Down Beat, 66, 23.
Tolson, Jay. (
Ricci, Michael. (
musician(s) of the century? Retrieved
Cole, Tom (Producer). (13 May 1993) New Smithsonian Exhibit About Duke Ellington.
Morning Edition [Radio Show].
: WETA. Washington, D.C.
Ellington, Duke. (1996). I can't give you anything but love. On Duke Ellington: Greatest Hits.
: RCA Victor. New York
Burns, Ken. (Producer/Director). (2000). Jazz [Videotape]. Videos.
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