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The purpose of Preparing Graduate Papers in Music is to provide music students with some guidelines to assist in the preparation of theses, essays, dissertations, and other papers that may be written as part of their graduate program. This manual includes information and examples for preparing such papers and is designed specifically to assist students in writing about music and in documenting references to music, music notation, recordings, and other musical resources. It is intended to complement guidelines provided by a university’s graduate office and the two style manuals most used by music students, A Manual for Writers of Term Papers, Theses, and Dissertations (Turabian 1996) and the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA 1994).
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J. David Boyle is Professor Emeritus of Music Education and Music Therapy at the University of Miami.
Richard K. Fiese is a Professor in Music Education at Houston Baptist University.
Nancy Zavac is a Librarian Associate Professor at the University of Miami.Review:
"...a totally unique publication of extremely high quality that will serve as an extraordinary resource for graduate programs in music..." -- Dr. William Hipp, Dean and Patricia L. Frost Professor of Music, the University of Miami
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