In your Bibliography, you normally include every source you cite in your notes (for some exceptions, see below). If you want, you can also include other sources that were significant for your research.
The following sources are not generally included in a bibliography, unless they are of great significance for your research, but they should always be cited in footnotes:
To create a hanging indent (PC or Mac): Highlight your citations and press Ctrl + t
List your citations alphabetically by author last name. When there is no author, alphabetize by the first word/name in the citation.
College Music Society. Directory of Music Faculties in Colleges and Universities, U.S. and Canada, 2013-2014. Binghamton, NY: College Music Society, 2013.
Lexikon des Klaviers. S.v. "Feurich," by Lydia Rilling. Laaber, Germany: Laaber, 2006.
Liszt, Franz. “Les Préludes.” In Famous Symphonic Poems in Score, edited and devised by Albert E. Wier, 52–74. Miniature Score Series. New York: Bonanza Books, 1938.
When your bibliography includes multiple items by the same author, do not repeat the author's name. Write the first citation normally. In the following citations, replace the name with three em dashes.
Taruskin, Richard. The Danger of Music and Other Anti-Utopian Essays. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009.
———. Text and Act: Essays on Music and Performance. New York: Oxford University Press, 1995.
———, and Piero Weiss, eds. Music in the Western World: A History in Documents. New York: Schirmer Books, 1984.
To insert one em dash:
On a PC: Alt + Ctrl + Num Lock + dash (repeat 3 times)
On a Mac: Option/Alt + Shift + dash (repeat 3 times)