How to cite a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets)

Use this template to cite a Song in the Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets) citation style.


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Citation Guide: Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets)
Reference a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets)

How do you cite a Song in the Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets) referencing style?

Here’s an example Song citation in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets) using placeholders.
Template:
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Lastname, F.: Song Title. (2000)
So if we want to cite, for example, “Here Comes the Sun” off The Beatles “Abbey Road” album we’d do so like this:

Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets) song citation:
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The Beatles: Here Comes the Sun. (1969)
Citing websites and links in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets) is much easier with the Citationsy Chrome Extension And an in-text citation song reference in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, brackets) looks like this:
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Frequently Asked Questions — Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets) Song Referencing

How do I cite a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets)?

You can very easily reference a Song in the “Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets)” referencing style by using the guide above as your guideline.

Is there a way to automatically cite a Song?

How do you reference a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets)?

The Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets) reference for a Song is done by several different rules — please see the example on this page.

How do you in-text reference a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets)?

An in-text reference for a Song in Springer - MathPhys (numeric, Brackets) is done like this:
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