Musical scores are not discussed in the manual used in the compilation of the APA 6th examples for this module.
Our librarians suggest the following, however we advise that you check with your subject guideline or tutor for recommended format.
Composer, A. A., & Composer, B. B. (Year of publication). Title of publication [Medium]. Place of publication: Publisher.
Stravinsky, I.Name of Composer(s) (1975)Year of publication (in brackets). Rite of spring.Title of publication (italicized) [Score].Medium (in square brackets) London, England:Place of publication Hansen House.Publisher
If the score is part of a collection or anthology:
Whitfield, N., & Strong, B.Name of Composer(s) (1966)Year of publication (in brackets). I heard it through the grapevineTitle of part [Score].Medium (in square brackets) In Motown anthologyTitle of publication (italicized) (pp.98-104).Page(s) (in brackets) Milkwaukee, WI:Place of publication Hal Leonard.Publisher
If there is an editor:
Porter, C.Name of Composer(s) (1953)Year of publication (in brackets). It's all right with meTitle of part [Score].Medium (in square brackets) In W. L. Simon (Ed.),Editor Treasury of great show tunesTitle of publication (italicized) (pp.104-110).Page(s) (in brackets) Pleasantville, NY:Place of publication Reader's Digest.Publisher
"It's Alright With Me" (Porter, 1953) was also used in High Society.
Porter (1953) wrote "It's Alright With Me" for the musical Can-Can.