Chicago for Music. Well-known reference books, such as major dictionaries and encyclopedias e. See example 1 below. Other lesser-known encyclopedias and dictionaries should include publication details in both notes and a bibliography. See example 2 below. Authored entries may be cited using individual entries by author, similar to contributions to a multi-author book, and should also be included in a bibliography. See examples 3 and 4 in chart below. In a physical edition , the edition number if not the first and the date the volume or set was issued must be specified.
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