Citation Guidelines

To cite the database, or a portion of the database, follow the following guidelines:

Citing the whole database: Use when you use significant portions of the database for research and analysis, beyond an individual manuscript.

Bibliography Entry:
Shaw, Rebecca. Differentiae Database. 2019. http://differentiaedatabase.ca. Accessed [access date].

Footnote/ Endnote:
Rebecca Shaw, Differentiae Database (2019), http://differentiaedatabase.ca.

 

Citing individual manuscript tonariesUse when you focus on the differentiae of one, or a few, different manuscripts. Also cite the Cantus Manuscript Database; see their citation guidelines. The citation for each manuscript index from the Cantus Manuscript Database is included on each manuscript page of the Differentiae Database.

Bibliography Entry:
Shaw, Rebecca. Tonary for "[name of manuscript]". In Differentiae Database. 2019. http://differentiaedatabase.ca. Accessed [access date].

Example:
Shaw, Rebecca. Tonary for "Einsiedeln, Kloster Einsiedeln - Musikbibliothek, 611". In Differentiae Database. 2019. http://differentiaedatabase.ca. Accessed May 21, 2019.

Footnote/ Endnote:
Rebecca Shaw, Tonary for "[name of manuscript]," in Differentiae Database (2019), http://differentiaedatabase.ca.

Example:
Rebecca Shaw, Tonary for "Einsiedeln, Kloster Einsiedeln - Musikbibliothek, 611," in Differentiae Database (2019), http://differentiaedatabase.ca.

 

Citing individual differentiaUse when you focus specifically on one, or a few, differentia

Cite the entire database in your Bibliography, but reference the specific Differentia ID (e.g., 7a) in your prose or footnotes.