Book – Single Author
Brown, Sandford. Louis Armstrong.
Book – More than one Author
Elizabeth R. & Paul Frame. Duke Ellington: King of Jazz.
Reference Book Article
According to The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th ed., page 715, well know reference books “are normally cited in notes rather than in bibliographies. The facts of publication are often omitted, but the edition (if not the first) must be specified. References to an alphabetically arranged work cite the item (not the volume or page number) preceded by s.v. (sub verbo, “under the word”…) Check with your instructor for preference in citing reference book articles.
Example: Encyclopedia of World Biography, 2nd ed., s.v. “Edward Kennedy Ellington.”
Article From Newspaper
Hentoff, Nat. “Satch and the Duke Together Again.” The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 27,
2000, Eastern ed.: A24.
Article From Print Journal or Magazine
Ochs, Susie. “Students Ride Ellington Express.” Down Beat (October 1999):23.
Article From Journal or Magazine Online
Jay. “The Duke and the
Poet.” U.S. News & World Report.
Ricci, Michael. “who do you consider to be the most influential jazz musician(s) of the
century?” All About Jazz. http://www.allaboutjazz.com/threads/century.htm (accessed
Ellington, interview by Bob Edwards, Morning
Ellington (jazz musician) in discussion with the author at the
Jazz. VHS. Dir. Ken Burns.
CD or Audiocassette
Duke Ellington: Greatest Hits.