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"Notes of sound recordings include the title of a recording, the conductor/performer, the date of the recording, the copyright date/published date, and recording type. The title of recording should be capitalized.
For example,
The Title of a Recording, the conductor/performer, the date of the recording, the copyright date/published date, and recording type.
e.g.

1. The Fireside Treasury of Folk Songs, vol. 1, orchestra and chorus dir. Mitch Miller, Golden Record A198:17A–B, 1958, 33⅓ rpm.
2. New York Trumpet Ensemble, with Edward Carroll (trumpet) and Edward Brewer (organ), Art of the Trumpet, recorded at the Madeira Festival, June 1–2, 1981, Vox/Turnabout, PVT 7183, 1982, compact disc.
 - same citation from http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/16/ch14/ch14_sec276.html
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