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Supplements to Best Practices for Music Cataloging – version 1.5, 4/12/16
Supplements to
Best Practices for
Music Cataloging
Using RDA and MARC21
Version 1.51
12 April 2016
Prepared by the RDA Music Implementation Task Force,
Bibliographic Control Committee, Music Library Association
First published in 2014. Revised on an ongoing basis (2015-) by the Content Standards
Subcommittee, Cataloging and Metadata Committee, Music Library Association
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This supplemental document is intended to accompany Version 1.5 as linked from the RDA instructions in the Toolkit.
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RDA Music Implementation Task Force
Members
Casey Mullin, chair
Mary Huismann
Damian Iseminger
Nancy Lorimer
Daniel Paradis
Raymond Schmidt
Hermine Vermeij
Stanford University
University of Minnesota
New England Conservatory of Music
Stanford University
Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec
Wellesley College
University of California—Los Angeles
Content Standards Subcommittee
Tracey Snyder, chair (2012-2016)
Mary Huismann, chair (2016-2020)
Cornell University
University of Minnesota
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Table of Contents
Supplement 1. Guidelines for Describing and Encoding Attributes of Audio Recording Carriers .......... 4
Supplement 2. Recording Parallel Data Using ISBD in MARC ............................................................... 11
Supplement 3. Complete MARC Record Examples............................................................................... 28
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Supplement 1. Guidelines for Describing and Encoding Attributes of Audio Recording Carriers
1. Table of RDA Values and Recommended Encodings2
Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
CD
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
SACD
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
DVD
audio
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a, 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $a,
500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
RDA Term:
plastic
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
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3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term: CD
audio
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
SACD
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
DVD audio
Encoding:
347 $b
The top row gives all possible encodings for each element; those followed by an asterisk are not currently included in the RDA to MARC mappings in the Toolkit. The specifications given after “Encoding:” in the rows for each
specific carrier are the MLA-recommended encodings. Elements that are not applicable to a carrier are not assigned a value in the table, even though they may be coded as “not applicable” in MARC cataloging. The examples that
follow the table show such codes where appropriate.
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
Blu-ray
RDA Term:
audio (i.e., audio
audio
Encoding:
content
007/00 = s
predomin 337 $a
ant)
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
Dual disc RDA Term(s):
audio
video (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/00 = s
007(VR)/00 = v
337 $a
RDA Term(s):
audio disc
videodisc (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/01 =d
007(VR)/01 =
d
338 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Term:
audio
cartridge
Encoding:
007/01 = g
338 $a
Mini CD
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
Minidisc
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a, 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
RDA Term:
plastic
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term: Encoding:
optical
007/03 = z
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
3 1/8 in. or
8 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = z
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic,
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
8 x 7 cm or
2 7/8 x 2 3/4
in.
Encoding:
007/06 = z
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic,
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
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3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
Non-RDA
Term:
Blu-ray audio
[without $2
rda]
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Term: RDA Term:
audio file CD audio
video file DVD audio (if
(if
appropriate)
appropriat DVD video (if
e)
appropriate)
Encoding: Encoding:
347 $a
347 $b
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term: CD
audio
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term: CD
audio
Encoding:
347 $b
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
CD/DVD
combo
(where
audio
content is
predomin
ant)
RDA Term(s):
audio
video (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/00 = s
007(VR)/00 = v
(if appropriate)
337 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
MP3 CD
RDA Terms:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term(s):
audio disc
videodisc (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/01 = d
007(VR)/01 =
d (if
appropriate)
338 $a
RDA Terms:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
CD-R
RDA Term(s):
audio
computer (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/00 = s
007(ER)/00 = c
(if appropriate)
337 $a
RDA Term(s): RDA Value:
audio disc
1 audio disc
computer disc Encoding:
(if
300 $a
appropriate)
Encoding:
007/01 = d
007(ER)/01=
o (if
appropriate)
338 $a
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a, 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
RDA Term:
plastic,
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
audio file
video file
(if
appropriat
e)
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
CD audio
DVD audio (if
appropriate)
DVD video (if
appropriate)
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic,
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
MP3
Encoding:
347 $b
RDA Value:
4 3/4 in. or
12 cm
Encoding:
007/06 = g
300 $c
RDA Term:
plastic,
metal
Encoding:
007/10 = m
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
optical
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
1.4 m/s
Encoding:
007/03 = f
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
CD audio or
MP3 or
RealAudio or
WAV
etc.
Encoding:
347 $b
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3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
Audiocass RDA Term:
ette
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audiocassette
Encoding:
007/01 = s
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audiocassette
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
10 x 7 cm, 4
mm tape or
3 7/8 x 2 1/2
in., 1/8 in.
tape
Encoding:
007/06 = j
007/07 = l
300 $c (if
nonstandard)
RDA Term:
polyester
Encoding:
007/10 = p
Tape
(reel-toreel)
RDA Term:
audiotape
reel
Encoding:
007/01 = t
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audiotape
reel
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
13 cm or
18 cm or
25 cm or
30 cm, 13
mm tape or
5 in. or
7 in. or
10 in. or
1/2 in. tape
or
1/4 in. tape
Encoding:
007/06 = b,
c, d, e
007/07 = m,
o
300 $c
RDA Term:
acetate,
paper,
polyester
Non-RDA
Term:
PVC
[without $2
rda]
Encoding:
007/10 = c,
p, r
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
RDA
Term:
magnetic
particles
or
lacquer
Encoding:
007/10 =
a, c, r
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a, 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Term:
magnetic
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
4.75 cm/s
or
1 7/8 ips
Encoding:
007/03 = l
344 $c (if
nonstandard)
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Term:
magnetic
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Value:
19.5 cm/s,
9.53 cm/s,
38.1 cm/s,
etc. or
7 1/2 ips,
3 3/4 ips,
15 ips,
etc.
Encoding:
007/03 =
m, o, p
344 $c
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3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
RDA Term: RDA Term:
4 track
mono or
Encoding:
stereo
007/08 = c
Encoding:
344 $f (if non- 007/04 = m, s
standard)
344 $g
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
RDA Term:
dbx encoded
Dolby
Dolby-A
encoded
Dolby-B
encoded
Dolby-C
encoded
Encoding:
007/12 = c, d,
f, g, z
344 $h
RDA Term:
RDA Term:
RDA Term:
4 track, 8
mono or stereo or dbx encoded
track, 12
quadraphonic
Dolby
track, etc.
Encoding:
Dolby-A
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q encoded
007/08 = c, d, 344 $g
Dolby-B
e, etc.
encoded
344 $f
Dolby-C
encoded
Encoding:
007/12 = c, d,
f, g, z
344 $h
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
Audio
cartridge
(e.g., 8
track
tapes)
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio
cartridge
Encoding:
007/01 = s
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio
cartridge
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
5 1/4 x 3 7/8
in., 1/4 in.
tape
Encoding:
007/06 = o
007/07 = m
300 $c
RDA Term:
polyester
Encoding:
007/10 = p
RDA
Term:
magnetic
particles
Encoding:
340 $c
DAT
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audiocassette
Encoding:
007/01 = s
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audiocassette
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
8 x 6 cm, 4
mm tape or
2 7/8 x 2 1/8
in., 1/8 in.
tape
Encoding:
007/06 = z
007/07 = l
300 $c (if
nonstandard)
Record
(33 1/3
rpm)
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
18 cm or
25 cm or
30 cm or
7 in. or
10 in. or
12 in.
Encoding:
007/06 = c,
d, e
300 $c)
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Term:
magnetic
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Term:
polyester
Encoding:
007/10 = p
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
007/12 = e
344 $a
RDA Term:
magnetic
Encoding:
344 $b
RDA Term:
shellac or
vinyl
Encoding:
007/10 = p, s
340 $a
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
RDA Value:
3 3/4 ips
Encoding:
007/03 = m
RDA Term:
8 track
Encoding:
007/08 = d
344 $f
RDA Term:
stereo or
quadraphonic
Encoding:
007/04 = s, q
344 $g
RDA Value:
8.15 mm/s
or
5/16 ips or
4.075
mm/s or
5/32 ips
Encoding:
007/03 = z
344 $c
RDA Term:
RDA Term:
2 track
mono or
007/08 = b
stereo
344 $f (if non- Encoding:
standard)
007/04 = m, s
344 $g
RDA Value:
33 1/3 rpm
Encoding:
007/03 = b
344 $c
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3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
RDA Term:
microgroove
Encoding:
007/05 = m
344 $d (if
nonstandard)
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
RDA Term:
mono or
stereo
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s
344 $g
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
RDA Term:
dbx encoded
Dolby
Dolby-A
encoded
Dolby-B
encoded
Dolby-C
encoded
Encoding:
007/12 = c, d,
f, g, z
344 $h
RDA Term:
dbx encoded
Encoding:
007/12 = d
344 $h
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
Record
(45 rpm)
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Term: RDA
paper or
Term:
vinyl
lacquer
Encoding:
Encoding:
007/10 = p, r 007/10 =
340 $a
a, r
Record
(78 rpm)
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Term:
shellac
Encoding:
007/10 = l, s
340 $a
Instantan
eous or
Transcript
ion disc
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio disc
Encoding:
007/01 = d
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio disc
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Value:
18 cm or
25 cm or
30 cm or
7 in. or
10 in. or
12 in.
Encoding:
007/06 = c,
d, e; 300 $c
RDA Value:
25 cm or
30 cm or
10 in. or
12 in., etc.
(cm for early
recordings if
necessary)
Encoding:
007/06 = d,
e
300 $c)
RDA Value:
12 in./16 in.,
etc.
RDA Term:
aluminum
or glass or
metal or
shellac or
vinyl
Encoding:
007/10 = g,
l, p, s
340 $a
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
RDA
Term:
lacquer
Encoding:
007/10 =
a, g, i, r
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Value:
45 rpm
Encoding:
007/03 = c
344 $c
RDA Term:
microgroove
Encoding:
007/05 = m
344 $d (if
nonstandard)
RDA Term:
mono or
stereo
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s
344 $g
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Value:
78 rpm
Encoding:
007/03 = d
344 $c
RDA Term:
coarse groove
Encoding:
007/05 = s
344 $d (if
nonstandard)
RDA Term: mono
Encoding:
007/04 = m
344 $g
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Value:
33 1/3
rpm, 78
rpm, etc.
Encoding:
007/03 = a,
b, c
344 $c
RDA Term:
coarse groove
or
microgroove
Encoding:
007/05 = m, s
344 $d (if
nonstandard)
RDA Term: mono
Encoding:
007/04 = m
344 $g
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3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
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Carrier
3.2
Media Type
(007/00, 337
$a, b)
3.3
3.4
Carrier Type Extent
(007/01, 300 (300 $a, f)
$f, 338 $a, b)
3.5
Dimensions
(007/06*,
007/07*,
300 $c, g,
340 $b)
3.6
Base
Material
(007/10,
300 $b, 340
$a, 500 $a)
Cylinder
RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
RDA Value:
audio cylinder 1 audio
Encoding:
cylinder
007/01 = e
Encoding:
338 $a
300 $a
RDA Term:
wax
Encoding:
007/10 =w
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
Piano roll RDA Term:
audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
audio roll
Encoding:
007/01 = q
338 $a
RDA Value:
1 audio roll
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Term:
paper
Encoding:
007/10 =z
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA Value:
7 ft./min.
(for a 70),
etc.
Encoding:
007/03 = z
344 $c
RDA Term: mono
Encoding:
007/04 = m
344 $g
RDA Term:
7 ft./min. (for
a 70), etc.
Wire
RDA Term:
recording audio
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
other
Encoding:
007/01 = w
338 $a
RDA Value:
audio wire
reel
Encoding:
300 $a
RDA Term:
analog
Encoding:
344 $a
RDA
Value:
24 ips
Encoding:
007/03 = z
344 $c
(if nonstandard)
RDA Term: mono
Encoding:
007/04 = m
344 $g
RDA Term:
24 ips
Streaming RDA Term:
audio
computer
Encoding:
007/00 = s
337 $a
RDA Term:
online
resource
Encoding:
007/01 = z
338 $a
RDA Term:
online
resource
Encoding:
300 $a
:
3.7
Applied
Material
(007/10*,
300 $b,
340 $c,
500 $a)
3.10.2
Generation
of Audio
Recording
(007/09
(audio
recording),
500 $a, 340
$j)
3.16.2
Type of
Recording
(300 $b, 344
$a, 500 $a)
3.16.3
Recording
Medium
(300 $b,
344 $b)
3.16.4
Playing
Speed
(007/03,
300 $b,
340 $f, 344
$c, 500 $a)
3.16.5
Groove
Characteristic
(007/05, 300
$b, 344 $d,
500 $a)
RDA Term:
fine or
standard
Encoding:
007/05 = m, s
344 $d
RDA Term:
digital
Encoding:
344 $a
3.16.6
Track
Configuration
(300 $b, 344
$e, 500 $a)
3.16.7
Tape
Configuration
(007/08, 300
$b, 344 $f,
500 $a)
3.16.8
Configuration of
Playback Channels
(007/04 (SR), 300
$b, 344 $g, 500
$a)
3.19.2
3.19.3
File Type Encoding
(256 $a,
Format
347 $a, 516 (300 $b, 347
$a)
$b, 352 $q,
538 $a)
RDA Term: mono
Encoding:
007/04 = m
344 $g
RDA Term:
mono or stereo or
quadraphonic or
surround
Encoding:
007/04 = m, s, q
344 $g
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3.16.9
Special
Playback
Characteristic
(007/12, 300
$b, 344 $h,
538 $a)
RDA Term:
audio file
Encoding:
347 $a
RDA Term:
MP3 or
RealAudio or
WAV
etc.
Encoding:
347 $b
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2. Examples
CD (stereo, digital storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
300
or
300
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]
337
338
344
347
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
1 audio disc : $b CD audio, stereo ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]3
3
These alternative 300 encodings should only be used in systems where the 34x fields do not adequately display to
the user.
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DVD audio (stereo, surround, digital storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
q
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
300
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]
or
300
1 audio disc : $b DVD audio, stereo, surround ; $c 4 3/4 in.
[or 12 cm]
337
338
344
347
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
digital $ optical $g stereo $g surround $2 rda
audio file $b DVD audio $2 rda
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Hybrid SACD (stereo, surround, digital storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
q
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
300
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]
or
300
1 audio disc : $b CD audio, SACD, stereo, surround ; $c 4 3/4
in. [or 12 cm]
337
338
344
347
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
digital $b optical $g stereo $g surround $2 rda
audio file $b CD audio $b SACD $2 rda
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MP3 CD (stereo, digital storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
300
or
300
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]
337
338
344
347
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
audio file $b MP3 $2 rda
1 audio disc : $b MP3, stereo ; $c 4 3/4 in. [or 12 cm]
Streaming audio (WAV, stereo, digital storage; provider-specific guidelines)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
z
z
s
n
n
n
n
n
z
n
e
d
300
or
300
1 online resource
337
338
344
347
computer $2 rdamedia
online resource $2 rdacarrier
digital $g stereo $2 rda
audio file $b WAV $2 rda
1 online resource : $b WAV, stereo
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Audiocassette (stereo, Dolby-B encoded, analog electrical storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
s
l
s
n
j
l
c
m
p
n
c
e
300
or
300
1 audiocassette
337
338
344
audio $2 rdamedia
audiocassette $2 rdacarrier
analog $b magnetic $g stereo $h Dolby-B encoded $2 rda
1 audiocassette : $b stereo, Dolby-B encoded
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Record (33 1/3 rpm, stereo, no special playback characteristics, analog electrical storage)
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
b
s
m
e
n
n
m
p
l
n
e
300
or
300
1 audio disc ; $c 12 in. [or 30 cm]
337
338
340
344
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
vinyl $2 rda
analog $c 33 1/3 rpm $g stereo
1 audio disc : $b 33 1/3 rpm, stereo ; $c 12 in. [or 30 cm]
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Supplement 2. Recording Parallel Data Using ISBD in MARC
The following representative examples are intended to offer guidance for inputting parallel elements
using ISBD4 in MARC. As these examples are not exhaustive, a brief discussion section follows most
examples, in order that the reader may apply the underlying concepts to each unique situation.
I.
Parallel other title information
Preferred Source
RICHARD STRAUSS
DON QUIXOTE
Symphonic Poem
Sinfonische Dichtung
Op. 35
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Don Quixote
Other Title Information (2.3.4): symphonic poem
Other Title Information (2.3.4): op. 35
Parallel Other Title Information (2.3.5): sinfonische Dichtung
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Richard Strauss
ISBD in MARC
245 10 Don Quixote : $b symphonic poem = sinfonische Dichtung :
op. 35 / $c Richard Strauss.
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II.
Some but not all of the medium of performance etc. is in another language and the medium
of performance etc. is part of the title proper
Preferred Source
FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY
OCTET
For 4 Violins, 2 Violas and 2 Violoncellos
E♭ major/Es-Dur/Mi♭ majeur
Op. 20
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Octet for 4 violins, 2 violas and 2 violoncellos E♭major op. 20
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): Es-Dur
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): mi♭ majeur
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
ISBD in MARC
245 10 Octet for 4 violins, 2 violas and 2 violoncellos E♭
major op. 20 = $b Es-Dur = mi♭ majeur / $c Felix Mendelssohn
Bartholdy.
Discussion
The medium of performance, key, and number are considered to be part of the title
proper because the title is a type of composition (see RDA 2.3.2.8.1). Since “Op. 20” is
linguistically neutral, it has been included as part of the title proper. For the parallel title
proper, RDA 2.3.3.4 applies since a statement of medium of performance, key, date of
composition, and/or number is being treated as part of the title proper and the
statement is in more than one language. Even though just the key is in multiple
languages, it can be considered as a parallel title proper.
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III.
Some but not all of the medium of performance, etc. is in another language and the medium
of performance etc. is part of the title proper
Preferred Source
SERGE PROKOFIEFF
PIANO CONCERTO No. 3
C MAJOR * DO MAYOR
OP. 26
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Piano concerto no. 3 C major op. 26
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): do mayor
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Serge Prokofieff
ISBD in MARC
245 10 Piano concerto no. 3 C major op. 26 = $b do mayor / $c
Serge Prokofieff.
Discussion
The medium of performance, key, and number are considered to be part of the title
proper because the title is a type of composition (see RDA 2.3.2.8.1). Since “Op. 26” is
linguistically neutral, it has been included as part of the title proper. For the parallel title
proper, RDA 2.3.3.4 applies since a statement of medium of performance, key, date of
composition, and/or number is being treated as part of the title proper and the
statement is in more than one language. Even though just the key is in multiple
languages, it can be considered as a parallel title proper.
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IV.
Some but not all of the medium of performance, etc. is in another language and the medium
of performance etc. is part of the title proper
Preferred Source
WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART
MISSA
for 4 solo voices, chorus and orchestra
für 4 Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester
C minor / c-Moll / Ut mineur
K 427
Edited by / Herausgegeben von
H. C. Robbins Landon
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Missa for 4 solo voices, chorus and orchestra C minor K 427
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): für 4 Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester c-Moll
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): ut mineur
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.3): edited by H.C. Robbins
Landon
Parallel Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.3): herausgegeben von
H.C. Robbins Landon
ISBD in MARC
245 10 Missa for 4 solo voices, chorus and orchestra C minor K
427 = $b für 4 Solostimmen, Chor und Orchester c-Moll = ut mineur
/ $c Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ; edited by H.C. Robbins Landon =
herausgegeben von H.C. Robbins Landon.
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Discussion
The medium of performance, key, and number are considered to be part of the title
proper because the title is a type of composition (see RDA 2.3.2.8.1). Since “K 427” is
linguistically neutral, it has been included as part of the title proper. For the two parallel
titles proper, RDA 2.3.3.4 applies since a statement of medium of performance, key,
date of composition, and/or number is being treated as part of the title proper and the
statement is in more than one language.
For the transcription of the parallel statement of responsibility naming H.C. Robbins
Landon, the name has been repeated because it is intended to be read twice (see RDA
1.7.7).
V.
Multiple instances of parallel data in multiple areas and elements
Preferred Source
PHILHARMONIA
PARTITUREN * SCORES * PARTITIONS
ALBAN BERG
LYRISCHE SUITE
LYRIC SUITE / SUITE LYRIQUE
für Streichquartett
for String Quartet / pour Quatuor à Cordes
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Lyrische Suite
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): Lyric suite
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): Suite lyrique
Other Title Information (2.3.4): für Streichquartett
Parallel Other Title Information (2.3.5): for string quartet
Parallel Other Title Information (2.3.5): pour quatuor à cordes
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Alban Berg
Title Proper of Series (2.12.2): Philharmonia Partituren
Parallel Title Proper of Series (2.12.3): Philharmonia scores
Parallel Title Proper of Series (2.12.3): Philharmonia partitions
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ISBD in MARC
245 10 Lyrische Suite : $b für Streichquartett = Lyric suite :
for string quartet = Suite lyrique : pour quatuor à cordes / $c
Alban Berg.
...
490 0_ Philharmonia Partituren = $a Philharmonia scores = $a
Philharmonia partitions
Discussion
In ISBD presentation, when more than one element within a single area is recorded in
two or more languages, the elements in the same language are given together using
appropriate preceding punctuation for each element within that language. The
subsequent language groups are preceded by space = space (see ISBD Consolidated
A.3.2.9). The statement of responsibility is recorded after all the parallel data because it
has no other language forms (see ISBD Consolidated 1.4.5.10.3). For the parallel title
proper of series, “Philharmonia” is repeated because it is intended to be read more than
once (see RDA 1.7.7).
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VI.
Multiple instances of parallel data in multiple areas and elements
Preferred Source
Ludwig van Beethoven
Konzert in C
Für Klavier, Violine, Violoncello und Orchester
>>Tripelkonzert<<
Concerto in C major
For piano, violin, cello and orchestra
>>Triple Concerto<<
op. 56
Herausgegeben von / Edited by
Bernard van der Linde
Cover
Bärenreiter
Studienpartituren
Study scores
285
RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Konzert in C für Klavier, Violine, Violoncello und Orchester op. 56
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): Concerto in C major for piano, violin, cello and orchestra
Other Title Information (2.3.4): Tripelkonzert
Parallel Other Title Information (2.3.5): Triple concerto
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Ludwig van Beethoven
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): herausgegeben von Bernard
van der Linde
Parallel Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.3): edited by Bernard
van der Linde
Title Proper of Series (2.12.2): Bärenreiter Studienpartituren
Parallel Title Proper of Series (2.12.3): Bärenreiter study scores
Numbering Within Series (2.12.9): 285
ISBD in MARC
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245 10 Konzert in C für Klavier, Violine, Violoncello und
Orchester op. 56 : $b Tripelkonzert = Concerto in C major for
piano, violin, cello and orchestra : Triple concerto / $c Ludwig
van Beethoven ; herausgegeben von Bernard van der Linde = edited
by Bernard van der Linde.
...
490 0_ Bärenreiter Studienpartituren = $a Bärenreiter study
scores ; $v 285
Discussion
The medium of performance, key, and number are considered to be part of the title
proper because the title is a type of composition (see RDA 2.3.2.8.1). Since “op. 56” is
linguistically neutral, it has been included as part of the title proper.
In ISBD presentation, when more than one element within a single area is recorded in
two or more languages, the elements in the same language are given together using
appropriate preceding punctuation for each element within that language. The
subsequent language groups are preceded by space = space (see ISBD Consolidated
A.3.2.9). This justifies the presentation of the all the German titles together, followed by
the English titles. The statements of responsibility follow all the parallel titles since it is
not possible or would be difficult to put the statements of responsibility with each
corresponding title grouping (see ISBD Consolidated 1.4.5.10.2)
For the transcription of the parallel statement of responsibility naming Bernard van der
Linde, the name has been repeated because it is intended to be read twice (see RDA
1.7.7). The same is also true of the transcription of the parallel title proper of series.
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VII.
Multiple instances of parallel data in multiple areas and elements
Preferred Source
Johann Sebastian
BACH
Auf Christi Himmelfahrt allein
On Jesus Christ's ascent on high
BWV 128
Kantate zum Fest Christi Himmelfahrt
für Soli (ATB), Chor (SATB)
2 Oboen, Obeo d'amore, Oboe da caccia, Trompete, 2 Hörner
2 Violinen, Viola und Basso continuo
herausgegeben von Julia Ronge
Cantata for Ascension Day
for soli (ATB), choir (SATB)
2 oboes, oboe d'amore, oboe da caccia, trumpet, 2 horns
2 violins, viola and basso continuo
edited by Julia Ronge
English version by Henry S. Drinker
Klavierauszug/Vocal score
Paul Horn
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RDA Elements
Title Proper (2.3.2): Auf Christi Himmelfahrt allein
Parallel Title Proper (2.3.3): On Jesus Christ's ascent on high
Other Title Information (2.3.4): BWV 128
Other Title Information 2. .4 : Kantate um est hristi immelfahrt f r oli
hor
2 Oboen Oboe d amore Oboe da caccia rompete 2 rner 2 iolinen iola
und Basso continuo
Parallel Other Title Information (2.3.5): cantata for Ascension Day for soli (ATB), choir
(SATB), 2 oboes, oboe d'amore, oboe da caccia, trumpet, 2 horns, 2 violins, viola and
basso continuo
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): Johann Sebastian Bach
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): herausgegeben von Julia
Ronge
Parallel Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.3): edited by Julia Ronge
Statement of Responsibility Relating to Title Proper (2.4.2): English version by Henry S.
Drinker
Designation of Edition (2.5.2): Klavierauszug
Parallel Designation of Edition (2.5.3): Vocal score
Statement of Responsibility Relating to the Edition (2.5.4): Paul Horn
ISBD in MARC
245 10 Auf Christi Himmelfahrt allein = $b On Jesus Christ's
ascent on high : BWV 128 : Kantate zum Fest Christi Himmelfahrt
fur Soli (ATB), Chor (SATB), 2 Oboen, Oboe d'amore, Oboe da
caccia, Trompete, 2 Horner, 2 Violinen, Viola und Basso continuo
= cantata for Ascension Day for soli (ATB), choir (SATB), 2
oboes, oboe d'amore, oboe da caccia, trumpet, 2 horns, 2 violins,
viola and basso continuo / $c Johann Sebastian Bach ;
herausgegeben von Julia Ronge = edited by Julia Ronge ; English
version by Henry S. Drinker.
250
Klavierauszug = $b Vocal score / Paul Horn
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Discussion
In general, ISBD favors that languages are grouped together when there is parallel data
across elements within the same area (see ISBD Consolidated A.3.2.9). It appears that
one could group the German language elements of the title proper and other title
information together, followed by the English titles.
owever the presence of “ W 128” presents a problem since it has no parallel form.
Should it follow after all the parallel title statements, but before the statement of
responsibility or should it be given after the parallel title proper, but before the other
title information in German, which would then be followed by the other title
information in English? Unfortunately ISBD is silent on this specific situation. However,
RD 2. .4. does say that “if more than one element of other title information is
recorded, it should be recorded in the order indicated by the sequence, layout, or
typography of the elements on the source of information.” his provides enough
justification to place “Kantate um est hristi immelfahrt f r oli
hor
2
Oboen Oboe d amore Oboe da caccia rompete 2 rner 2 iolinen iola und asso
continuo” directly after “ W 128 ” thus separating the presentation of the title proper
and parallel title proper from the other title and other parallel title information.
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Supplement 3. Complete MARC Record Examples
Introduction
The following representative examples are intended to demonstrate the application of these best
practices guidelines in the creation of full bibliographic records. They are illustrative, not prescriptive;
that is, unless the guidelines associated with a particular RDA instruction state otherwise, the absence
of a particular element, field or subfield in the following examples does not imply an MLA
recommendation against recording that element, field or subfield, nor does the presence of a
particular element, field or subfield imply a recommendation to record that element whenever
applicable.
Simple record—one composer, one work (score)
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/30-31
008/35-37
040
020
020
024 1_
028 32
050 _4
100 1_
245 10
264 _1
[2013]
264 _4
300
306
336
337
338
348
500
546
500
650 _0
2013
2013
pau
zz
n
zxx
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
1598064746
9781598064742
680160612314
114-41573 $b Theodore Presser Company
M117.S3591 $b W38 2013
Schocker, Gary, $d 1959- $e composer.
Waves : $b for harp / $c Gary Schocker.
[King of Prussia, Pennsylvania] : $b Theodore Presser Company, $c
$c ©2013
1 score (4 pages) ; $c 31 cm
000400
notated music $2 rdacontent
unmediated $2 rdamedia
volume $2 rdacarrier
score $2 rda
"November 2, 2011"--At end.
$b Staff notation.
Duration: approximately 4 min.
Harp music.
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Simple record—one composer, one work (audio recording)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
2012
2012
fr
uu
fi
zxx
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 30 3760135100354
028 02 AMY035 $b Ambronay Records
033 20 20120401 $a 20120409 $b 5834 $c L9
041 0_ $g eng $g fre $g ger
100 1_ Couperin, François, $d 1668-1733, $e composer.
245 14 Les nations / $c François Couperin.
264 _1 Ambronay, France : $b Ambronay Records, $c [2012]
264 _2 [France] : $b Harmonia Mundi distribution.
264 _4 $c ℗2012
300
2 audio discs (51 min. ; 54 min., 56 sec.) ; $c 4 3/4 in.
336
performed music $2 rdacontent
337
audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
500
Title from disc label.
511 0_ Les Ombres ; Margaux Blanchard, Sylvain Sartre, conductors.
518
$o Recorded $d 2012 April 1-9 $p Temple Lanterne, Lyon, France.
500
Program notes and notes on the performers in English, French and
German (32 pages : illustrations) in container.
505 0_ Premier ordre, La Françoise -- Deuxième ordre, L’Espagnole -Troisième ordre, L’Impériale -- Quatrième ordre, La Piémontoise.
700 1_ Blanchard, Margaux, $e conductor.
700 1_ Sartre, Sylvain, $e conductor.
710 2_ Ombres (Musical group), $e instrumentalist.
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Compilation of works by one person (score)
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/24-29
008/30-31
008/35-37
2013
2013
gw
mu
chi
n
zxx
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 10 884088924577
024 30 9790201809090 $q (pbk.)
028 30 909 $b G. Henle
028 32 HN 909 $b G. Henle $q (back cover)
028 32 51480909 $b Hal Leonard Corporation
041 0_ $g ger $g eng $g fre
046
$k 1901 $l 1909
047
sn $a df
090
M249.R333 $b K8 2013
100 1_ Reger, Max, $d 1873-1916, $e composer.
240 10 Clarinet, piano music
245 10 Sonaten und Stücke für Klarinette und Klavier = $b Sonatas and pieces
for clarinet and piano / $c Max Reger ; herausgegeben von Michael Kube.
264 _1 München : $b G. Henle Verlag, $c [2013]
264 _2 [Milwaukee, Wisconsin] : $b distributed in the USA by Hal Leonard
Corporation.
264 _4 $c ©2013
300
1 score (ix, 122 pages) + 1 part (25 pages) ; $c 31 cm
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
348
score $a part $2 rda
382 0_ clarinet $n 1 $a piano $n 1 $s 2
500
"Urtext"--Cover.
546
$b Staff notation.
500
Includes thematic index.
500
Preface in German, English and French; critical commentary in German
and English.
505 0_ Sonate op. 49 Nr. 1 -- Sonate op. 49 Nr. 2 -- Sonate op. 107 -Tarantella WoO II/12 -- Albumblatt : WoO II/13.
650 _0 Sonatas (Clarinet and piano) $v Scores and parts.
650 _0 Clarinet and piano music $v Scores and parts.
650 _0 Tarantellas.
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700 1_ Kube, Michael, $d 1968700 12 $i Container of (work):
clarinet, piano, $n no. 1, op.
700 12 $i Container of (work):
clarinet, piano, $n no. 2, op.
700 12 $i Container of (work):
clarinet, piano, $n no. 3, op.
700 12 $i Container of (work):
clarinet, piano.
$e editor5, $e writer of added text.
$a Reger, Max, $d 1873-1916. $t Sonatas, $m
49, no. 1, $r A♭ major.
$a Reger, Max, $d 1873-1916. $t Sonatas, $m
49, no. 2, $r F♯ minor.
$a Reger, Max, $d 1873-1916. $t Sonatas, $m
107, $r B♭ major.
$a Reger, Max, $d 1873-1916. $t Albumblatt, $m
5
ormerly “editor of compilation” would have been the most appropriate relationship designator; with the pril 2014
release of the RD oolkit “editor of compilation” was combined with “editor” with an expanded definition for “editor.”
See http://www.rda-jsc.org/docs/6JSC-ACOC-7-Sec-final.pdf for a description of the changes.
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Compilation of works by one person (audio recording)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
2012
1969
nyu
uu
efi
eng
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
s
d
f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
e
040
024
028
033
033
100
240
245
264
264
300
306
336
337
338
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
093228074229
80742-2 $b New World Records
19721017 $a 19691209 $a 20121008
20120606 $b 5834 $c D4
Van Nostrand, Burr, $d 1945- $e composer.
Works. $k Selections
Voyage in a white building 1 / $c Burr Van Nostrand.
Brooklyn, New York : $b New World Records, $c [2013]
$c ℗2013
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in.
003347 $a 001226 $a 002351
performed music $2 rdacontent
audio $2 rdamedia
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
10
02
10
00
1_
10
10
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digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
500
Title from disc label.
500
The first work for alto flute, cello, and prepared piano; the second
for solo violin; the third for speaker and chamber ensemble based on texts
from Hart Crane's White buildings.
500
Program notes (18 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
505 0_ Fantasy manual for urban survival (33:47) -- Phaedra antinomaes
(12:26) -- Voyage in a white building 1 (23:51).
511 0_ First work: Robert Stallman, flute ; Jay Humeston, cello ; Herman
Weiss, prepared piano. Second work: Paul Severtson, violin. Third work: NEC
Chamber Ensemble ; Anthony Coleman, conductor.
518
$3 First work $o recorded in performance $d 1972 October 17.
518
$3 Second work $o recorded in performance $d 1969 December 9.
518
$3 Third work $o recorded $d 2012 October 8.
546
Text of the third work spoken in English.
600 10 Crane, Hart, $d 1899-1932 $v Musical settings.
650 _0 Trios (Piano, flute, cello)
650 _0 Prepared piano music.
650 _0 Violin music.
650 _0 Monologues with music (Instrumental ensemble).
655 _7 Live sound recordings. $2 lcgft
700 1_ Stallman, Robert, $d 1946- $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ Humeston, Jay, $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ Weiss, Herman, $d 1946- $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ Severtson, Paul, $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ Coleman, Anthony, $e conductor.
700 1_ $3 3rd work $i musical setting of (work): $a Crane, Hart, $d 18991932. $t White buildings.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Van Nostrand, Burr, $d 1945- $t Fantasy
manual for urban survival
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Van Nostrand, Burr, $d 1945- $t Phaedra
antinomaes.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Van Nostrand, Burr, $d 1945- $t Voyage in a
white building, $n no. 1.
710 2_ NEC Chamber Ensemble, $e instrumentalist.
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Compilation of works by different persons (score)
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/24-29
008/30-31
008/35-37
2013
2013
wiu
mu
behi
n
zxx
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
020
9780895797612
020
0895797615
041 0_ $g eng
043
e-gx--046 __ $o 1820 $p 1963
047
pr $a fg $a vr
048
kb01
050 _4 M2 $b .R23834 v.59
245 00 German-Jewish organ music : $b an anthology of works from the 1820s to
the 1960s / $c edited by Tina Frühauf.
264 _1 Middleton, Wisconsin : $b A-R Editions, Inc., $c [2013]
264 _4 $c ©2013
300
1 score (xxvi, 131 pages, 6 unnumbered pages of plates) : $b
facsimiles ; $c 31 cm.
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
348
score $2 rda
490 1_ Recent researches in the music of the nineteenth and early twentieth
centuries, $x 0193-5364 ; $v 59
500
Includes introduction and critical report.
504
Includes bibliographical references.
505 00 $t Introduction zur Thodenfeier / $r anonymous -- $t Praeludium zur
Einweihung der neuen Synagoge zu Berlin : op. 19 / $r Hugo Schwantzer -- $t
Fünf Fest-Präludien : op. 37 / $r Louis Lewandowski -- $t Fünf Präludien zum
Priestersegen / $r Eduard Birnbaum -- $t Vier Präludien, op. 10 / $r Joseph
Sulzer -- $t Kol Nidre : op. 99a / $r Ludwig Mendelssohn -- $t Preludium zum
Abend am Purimfest / $r David Nowakowsky -- $t Praeludium und Fuge über
synagogale Melodieen / $r Ernst August Beyer -- $t Passacaglia über "Wadonaj
pakad ess ssarah" / $r Arno Nadel -- $t Prelude / $r Max Wolff -- $t
Passacaglia und Fuge über "Kol Nidre" / $r Siegfried Würzburger -- $t
Variations in canonic style on " Aḥot ketanah" / $r Hans Samuel -- $t
Meditation / $r Hugo Chaim Adler -- $t Organ prelude / $r Heinrich Schalit.
546
$b Staff notation.
650 _0 Organ music $z Germany $y 19th century.
650 _0 Organ music $z Germany $y 20th century.
650 _0 Music by Jewish composers $z Germany.
700 1_ Frühauf, Tina, $e editor.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Schwantzer, Hugo, $d 1829-1886. $t
Praeludium zur Einweihung der neuen Synagoge zu Berlin.
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700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Lewandowski, Louis, $d 1821-1894. $t FestPräludien.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Birnbaum, Eduard, $d 1855-1920. $t
Präludien zum Priestersegen.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Sulzer, Joseph. $t Preludes, $m organ, $n
op. 10.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Mendelssohn, Ludwig. $t Kol Nidre, $n op.
99A.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Nowakowsky, David, $d 1848-1921. $t
Preludium zum Abend am Purimfest.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Beyer, Ernst August, $d 1868-approximately
1943. $t Praeludium und Fuge über synagogale Melodieen.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Nadel, Arno, $d 1878-1943. $t Passacaglia
über "Wadonaj pakad ess ssarah."
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Wolff, Max, $d 1885-1954. $t Prelude, $m
organ.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Würzburger, Siegfried, $d 1877-1942. $t
Passacaglia und Fuge über "Kol Nidre."
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Samuel, Hans, $d 1901-1976. $t Variations
in canonic style on " Aḥot ketanah."
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Adler, Hugo Ch. $q (Hugo Chayim). $t
Meditation.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Schalit, Heinrich, $d 1886-1976. $t
Prelude, $m organ.
830 _0 Recent researches in the music of the nineteenth and early twentieth
centuries ; $v v. 59.
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Compilation of works by different persons (audio recording)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/35-37
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
2013
2010
nyu
zz
zxx
s
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f
s
n
g
n
n
m
m
n
e
d
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 10 034061142225
028 02 TROY1422 $b Albany Records
028 00 1422 $b Albany Records
245 00 Flux flummoxed : $b new American music for violin and piano.
246 30 New American music for violin and piano
264 _1 Albany, NY : $b Albany Records, $c [2013]
264 _4 $c ©2013
300
1 audio disc (72 min., 41 sec.) ; $c 4 3/4 in.
306
007241
336
performed music $2 rdacontent
337
audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
500
Title from disc label.
511 _0 Benjamin Sung, violin ; Jihye Chang, piano.
518
$o Recorded $d 2010 November 25-28, $p Christiansen Recital Hall,
Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota.
505 0_ Fragments / Derek Johnson -- Insult to injury / Curtis K. Hughes -Flux flummoxed / Christian A. Gentry -- Dust / Sean Shepherd.
650 _0 Violin and piano music.
700 1_ Sung, Benjamin, $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ Chang, Ji-Hye, $e instrumentalist.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Johnson, Derek, $d 1976- $t Fragments.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Hughes, Curtis K., $d 1974- $t Insult to
injury.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Gentry, Christian. $t Flux flummoxed.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Shepherd, Sean, $d 1979- $t Dust.
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Score with an external related work
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/24-29
008/30-31
008/35-37
2010
2010
mou
zz
i
n
zxx
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
048
wh04
048
wh05
048
wh06
048
wh07
050 _4 M757.2.T
100 1_ Terrett, Keith, $d 1956- $e composer.
245 10 Havana rhubarb rumba : $b for 4-7 recorders / $c Keith Terrett.
264 _1 St. Louis, MO : $b American Recorder Society, $c [2010]
264 _4 $c ©2010
300
1 score (4 unnumbered pages) ; $c 28 cm.
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
382 0_ recorder $n 4 $s 4
382 0_ recorder $n 5 $s 5
382 0_ recorder $n 6 $s 6
382 0_ recorder $n 7 $s 7
348
score $2 rda
490 1_ American Recorder Society members' library
500
"Though it is scored for two players per part, it works perfectly well
with fewer than 7 players; thoughtful selection of the upper or lower notes
at any given point in the music is all that's needed for a successful
presentation of the smaller version"--Preface.
546
$b Staff notation.
650 _0 Rumbas.
650 _0 Woodwind septets (Recorders (7)) $v Scores.
730 0_ $i Supplement to (work): $a American recorder $x 0003-0724
830 _0 American Recorder Society members' library (Unnumbered)
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Score reproduction
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 r
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/24-29
008/30-31
008/35-37
2012
1920
nyu
sn
hi
n
eng
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
020
0486488632
020
9780486488639
048
ka01
050 _4 M23 $b .I95 no.2 2012
100 1_ Ives, Charles, $d 1874-1954, $e composer, $e author.
240 10 Works. $k Selections
245 10 Piano sonata no. 2 : $b "Concord" ; with, The essays before a sonata /
$c Charles Ives ; introduction by Stephen Drury.
246 30 Concord
264 _1 Mineola, New York : $b Dover Publications, $c 2012.
264 _4 $c ©2012
300
1 score (xlv, 66 pages) ; $c 30 cm
336
notated music $2 rdacontent $3 1st work
336
text $2 rdacontent $3 2nd work
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unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
348
score $2 rda
546
$b Staff notation.
505 2_ Piano sonata no. 2. Emerson -- Hawthorne -- The Alcotts -- Thoreau.
650 _0 Sonatas (Piano)
651 _0 Concord (Mass.) $v Songs and music.
600 10 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, $d 1803-1882.
600 10 Hawthorne, Nathaniel, $d 1804-1864.
700 1_ Drury, Stephen, $e writer of introduction.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Ives, Charles, $d 1874-1954. $t Sonatas, $m
piano, $n no. 2.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Ives, Charles, $d 1874-1954. $t Essays
before a sonata.
740 02 Essays before a sonata.
775 08 $i Reproduction of (manifestation): $a Ives, Charles, 1874-1954. $t
Piano sonata no. 2 $d New York : Knickerbocker Press, 1920 $h 1 score (71
pages) ; 31 cm
775 08 $i Reproduction of (manifestation): $a Ives, Charles, 1874-1954. $t
Essays before a sonata $d New York : Knickerbocker Press, 1920 $h v, 124
pages ; 20 cm $w (OCoLC)1654294
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Score and parts with accompanying audio recording
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LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
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008/07-10
008/11-14
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XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
020
9781476816487
020
1476816484
024 2_ M051105922
024 2_ 9790051105922
024 8_ 884088678647
028 02 63016148 $b Boosey & Hawkes
028 32 HL 48022578 $b Hal Leonard Corporation
041 0_ rus $d rus $g eng
046 __ $k 1994
050 _4 M585.D384 $b P38 2012
100 1_ Daugherty, Michael, $d 1954- $e composer.
245 10 Paul Robeson told me : $b for string quartet and tape, 1994 / $c
Michael Daugherty.
250
Archive edition, score and parts with pre-recorded performance CD.
264 _1 New York : $b Boosey & Hawkes : $b Hendon Music, $c [2012]
264 _2 Milwaukee, WI : $b Hal Leonard Corporation
264 _4 $c copyright 1994
300
1 score (28 pages) ; $c 31 cm
300
4 parts ; $c 31 cm
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1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in.
336
notated music $2 rdacontent $3 score and parts
336
performed music $2 rdacontent $3 audio disc
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia $3 score and parts
337
audio $2 rdamedia $3 audio disc
338
volume $2 rdacarrier $3 score and parts
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier $3 audio disc
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda $3 audio disc
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda $3 audio disc
348
score $a part $2 rda
500
Includes program notes by composer in English.
500
Duration: approximately 8 min. 30 sec.
546
Russian words (transliterated); accompanying CD sung and spoken in
Russian.
546
$b Staff notation.
650 _0 Quintets (Electronics, violins (2), viola, cello) $v Scores and parts.
650 _0 String quartets $v Scores and parts.
650 _0 Electronic music.
700 1_ Robeson, Paul, $d 1898-1976.
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Opera audio recording
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
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2012626811
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02 omm0068 $b Orange Mountain Music
00 20091106-- $b 4294 $c P6
0_ $d fre $b eng $e eng $e fre $n fre $g eng
1_ Glass, Philip, $e composer.
rphée
hilip lass
264 _1 New York, NY : $b Orange Mountain Music, $c [2010]
264 _4 $c ℗2010
300
2 audio discs (1 hr., 42 min., 18 sec.) ; $c 4 3/4 in.
306
014218
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performed music $2 rdacontent
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audio $2 rdamedia
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audio disc $2 rdacarrier
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audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
500
Opera in two acts, based on the scenario of Jean Cocteau.
546
Sung in French.
511 0_ Philip utlip
rphée
Lisa a er The rin ess
an a herson
eurte ise
eorgia arman Eur di e
te en renn le k
égeste
Jeffrey G. Beruan (Poet) ; Konstantin Kvach (Judge) ; Ron Brallier (Le
Commissaire) ; Daryl Freeman (Aglaonice) ; Carl al orson
eporter
osé
Rubio (Policeman) ; Marc Acito (Glazier) ; Mikhail Hallak (Radio announcer) ;
with the Portland Opera Orchestra ; Anne Manson, conductor.
518
$o Recorded live in concert $p Portland Opera $d 2009 November 6.
500
Title from disc label.
500
Synopsis and biographical notes on performers in English, and libretto
in French with English translations (2 volumes), inserted in container.
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Dis
, A t
ene
le a é The a é -- Scene 2: la route (The
Road) -- Scene
le halet The halet -ene
he
rphée
rphée s
ouse -ene
la ham re d rphée
rphée s edroom -ene
le
studio d rphée
rphée s tudio -- Scene 7: le bureau du commissaire
(Commissioner's Office) -- Scene 8: la poursuite The hase -ene
he
rphée
rphée s ouse
Dis
, A t
ene
o age aux En ers
ourne
to the n er orld -ene
le ro ès The Trial -ene
rphée et la
rin esse
rphée and the rin ess -- Scene 4: le Verdict (The erdi t -ene
le etour he
rphée
eturn to rphée s ouse -ene
he
phée
rphée s ouse -ene
le tudio d rphée
rphée s tudio -ene
le etour d rphée
rphée s eturn -ene
la ham re d rphée
rphée's Bedroom).
650 _0 Operas.
600 00 Orpheus $c (Greek mythological character) $v Drama.
600 00 Eurydice $c (Greek mythological character) $v Drama
600 10 Cocteau, Jean, $d 1889-1963 $v Musical settings.
655 _7 Live sound recordings. $2 lcgft
700 1_ Cutlip, Philip, $e singer.
700 1_ Saffer, Lisa, $e singer.
700 1_ MacPherson, Ryan, $e singer.
700 1_ Brennfleck, Steven, $e singer.
700 1_ Beruan, Jeffrey G. $e singer.
700 1_ Kvach, Konstantin, $e singer.
700 1_ Brallier, Ron, $e singer.
700 1_ Freedman, Daryl, $e singer.
700 1_ Halvorson, Carl, $e singer.
u io, osé, e singer
700 1_ Acito, Marc, $d 1966- $e singer.
700 1_ Hallak, Mikhail, $e performer.
700 1_ Manson, Anne, $d 1960- $e conductor.
700 1)_ $i Opera adaptation of
ork
a o teau, ean, d
t
rphée
710 2_ Portland Opera (Or.). $b Orchestra, $e instrumentalist.
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Unpublished resource (manuscript score)
LDR/06 d
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 s
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
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XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
100 1_ Haydn, Joseph, $d 1732-1809, $e composer.
240 10 Divertimenti, $n H. XI, 24, $r D major. $k Selections
245 10 Divertimento 24o per il pariton / $c in Nomine Domini de Joseph Haydn
[1]766.
246 3_ Divertimento quattrodicesimo per il bariton
264 _0 $c 1766.
300
1 part (2 pages) ; $c 36 cm
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
sheet $2 rdacarrier
340
paper $c brown ink $d holograph
348
part $2 rda
500
For baryton, viola and cello.
500
Title and date from caption.
500
Holograph.
546
$b Staff notation.
500
Fragment of baryton part; includes moderato and menuet (allegretto)
sections.
500
"Jos. Haydn's Handschrift"--in ink, colophon.
510 4_ RISM online, $c 000111312
510 4_ Van Patten, Nathan. Memorial Library of Music, 1950, $c MLM 491.
546
$b Staff notation.
650 _0 String trios (Viola, cello, baryton) $v Excerpts $v Parts.
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Adaptation of another work (score)
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
2012
2012
pau
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040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 10 680160597970
028 32 114-41450 $b Theodore Presser Company
041 0_ $g eng
048
bd08
100 1_ Ewazen, Eric, $d 1954- $e composer.
245 12 A duet for our time : $b for tenor trombone, bass trombone, and
trombone sextet / $c Eric Ewazen.
264 _1 [King of Prussia, Pennsylvania] : $b Theodore Presser Company, $c
[2012]
264 _4 $c ©2012
300
1 score (52 pages) + 8 parts ; $c 28 cm.
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
348
score $a part $2 rda
490 1_ Presser premiere series
546
$b Staff notation.
500
Adaptation of the composer's Palisades suite (A trio for our time),
for flute, clarinet, and piano.
500
Includes program note.
505 0_ ... of beauty -- ... of chaos -- ... of anguish -- ... of hope.
650 _0 Trombones (2) with trombone ensemble $v Scores and parts.
650 _0 Brass octets (Trombones (8)) $v Scores and parts.
700 1_ $i Based on (work): $a Ewazen, Eric, $d 1954- $t Palisades suite.
830 _0 Presser premiere series.
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Arrangement (score)
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/35-37
2013
2013
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XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 10 884088984304
028 32 HL00124765 $b Hal Leonard Corporation
048
ka01 $a ka01
100 1_ Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, $d 1756-1791, $e composer.
240 10 Zauberflöte. $p Ouverture; $o arranged
245 14 Die Zauberflöte. p u ert re
ol gang Amadeus o art
transcribed for two pianos by John Musto.
250
Performance set.
264 _1 New York : $b Peer Music Classical, $c [2013]
264 _2 Milwaukee, WI : $b Exclusively distributed by Hal Leonard Corporation
264 _4 $c ©2013
300
2 scores (23 pages each) ; $c 30 cm
336
notated music $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
348
score $2 rda
546
$b Staff notation.
650 _0 Overtures (Pianos (2)), Arranged $v Scores.
650 _0 Operas $v Excerpts $v 2-piano scores.
700 1_ Musto, John, $d 1954- $e arranger of music.
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Compilation of works by one person, with an external related work (audio recording)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/35-37
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007/01
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024 3_ 05060192780246
024 7_ 05060192780246 $2 gtin-14
028 02 5060192780246 $b Stone Records
028 00 80024 $b Stone Records
100 1_ Corp, Ronald, $e composer.
240 10 Works. $k Selections
245 10 String, paper, wood / $c Ronald Corp.
264 _1 [England] : $b Stone Records, $c [2013]
264 _4 $c ℗2013
300
1 audio disc (1:06:28) ; $c 4 3/4 in.
306
001719 $a 002223 $a 002645
336
performed music $2 rdacontent
337
audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
500
Title from disc label.
546
The songs sung in English; texts by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, adapted
by Francis Booth.
511 0_ Rebecca de Pont Davies, mezzo-soprano ; Andrew Marriner, clarinet ;
Maggini Quartet (Susanne Stanzeleit, David Angel, violins ; Martin Outram,
viola ; Michal Kaznowski, cello) ; John Tattersdill, double bass.
518
$o Recorded $d 2012 May 15-17 $p St Silas, Kentish Town, London, U.K.
505 0_ String quartet no. 3 (17:19) -- The yellow wallpaper (22:23) -Clarinet quintet : "Crawhall" (26:45).
600 10 Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, $d 1860-1935 $v Musical settings.
650 _0 String quartets.
650 _0 Songs (Medium voice) with instrumental ensemble.
650 _0 Quintets (Clarinet, violins (2), viola, cello)
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700 1_ Gilman, Charlotte Perkins, $d 1860-1935, $e author.
700 1_ Booth, Francis, $d 1949700 1_ Marriner, Andrew, $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ De Pont Davies, Rebecca, $d 1962- $e singer.
700 1_ Tattersdill, John, $e instrumentalist.
700 1_ $3 2nd work $i musical setting of (work): $a Gilman, Charlotte
Perkins, $d 1860-1935. $t Yellow wallpaper.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Corp, Ronald. $t Quartets, $m strings, $n
no. 3.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Corp, Ronald. $t Yellow wallpaper.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Corp, Ronald. $t Quintet, $m clarinet,
violins, viola, cello.
710 2_ Maggini Quartet, $e instrumentalist.
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Score with accompanying audio disc with audio and computer content
LDR/06 c
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 t
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/20 l
008/24-29
008/35-37
2008
2008
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006/01-02 rc
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006/00 m (electronic resources 006)
006/06 q
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020
9780739050446
020
0739050443
024 1_ 884088697518
028 22 29150 $b Alfred Publishing Co. $q (score)
028 02 29152 $b Alfred Publishing Co. $q (audio discs)
028 32 00701119 $b Hal Leonard
048
vn01 $a tb01
245 00 Pink Floyd : $b play along with 9 great-sounding tracks / $c compiled
by Matt Smith, Tom Fleming and Olly Weeks ; book edited by Lucy Holliday and
Olly Weeks ; music arranged and engraved by Tom Fleming.
246 18 Ultimate guitar play-along : $b Pink Floyd
246 1_ $i Title on back cover: $a Pink Floyd guitar play-along
264 _1 Van Nuys, CA : $b Alfred Publishing Co., $c [2008]
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264 _2 Milwaukee, WI : $b Hal Leonard.
264 _4 $c ©2008
300
1 score (54 pages) ; $c 31 cm + $e 2 audio discs (4 3/4 in.)
336
notated music $2 rdacontent $3 score
336
performed music $2 rdacontent $3 audio disc
336
computer program $2 rdacontent $3 audio disc
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia $3 score
337
audio $2 rdamedia $3 audio disc
337
computer $2 rdamedia $3 audio disc
338
volume $2 rdacarrier $3 score
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier $3 audio disc
338
computer disc $2 rdacarrier $3 audio disc
344
digital $b optical $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
347
program file $2 rda
348
score $2 rda
490 1_ Ultimate guitar play-along
500
For voice and guitar with chord symbols and guitar chord diagrams.
546
$b Staff notation; $b Tablature.
500
Compact discs contain two versions of every song, a full-performance
track and a professional accompaniment track. Includes Tone 'N' Tempo Changer
software allowing tracks to be looped, key to be changed, or playback at
slower or faster speeds without changing the pitch.
511 0_ Performers on compact discs: Tom Fleming, guitars ; Neil Williams,
bass ; Darrin Mooney, drums ; Alle Pearse, keyboards ; Stephen Wilcox, sax ;
Alison Symons, voice.
538
System requirements for enhanced CD features (Windows): Windows
XP/2000; Pentium III or higher; 256 MB RAM; 30 MB of hard drive space; 16x
CD-ROM drive; Quicktime version 6.0 or higher.
538
System requirements for enhanced CD features (Macintosh): Mac OS X
(10.1.5 or higher); G4 processor or higher; 256 MB RAM; 30 MB of hard drive
space; 16x CD-ROM drive; Quicktime version 6.0 or higher.
505 0_ See Emily play / Syd Barrett -- Time / Roger Waters, Nicholas Mason,
David Gilmour and Rick Wright -- Money ; Have a cigar / Roger Waters -- Wish
you were here ; Young lust / Roger Waters and David Gilmour -- Another brick
in the wall (part 2) / Roger Waters -- Comfortably numb / Roger Waters and
David Gilmour -- Fletcher Memorial Home / Roger Waters -- Guitar TAB playing
guide.
650 _0 Guitar music (Rock)
650 _0 Electric guitar music (Rock)
650 _0 Rock music $y 1971-1980.
650 _0 Rock music $y 1981-1990.
650 _0 Recorded accompaniments (Guitar)
650 _0 Recorded accompaniments (Electric guitar)
700 1_ Barrett, Syd, $e composer.
700 1_ Waters, Roger, $e composer.
700 1_ Mason, Nick, $e composer.
700 1_ Gilmour, David, $d 1946- $e composer.
700 1_ Wright, Richard, $d 1943-2008. $e composer.
700 1_ Smith, Matt $c (Guitarist), $e editor.
700 1_ Weeks, Olly, $e editor.
700 1_ Holliday, Lucy, $e editor.
700 1_ Fleming, Tom, $d 1975- $e arranger of music, $e editor, $e
instrumentalist.
710 2_ Pink Floyd (Musical group)
830 _0 Ultimate guitar play-along.
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Compilation of works by one person (audio recording, DVD audio)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
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1971
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724349239692
DVA 4 92396 9 $b EMI Classics $q (container)
7243 4 92396 9 2 $b EMI Classics $q (disc)
4 92396 $b EMI Classics $q (insert)
197109-- $b 6299 $c D7
$g eng $g ger $g fre $m ger
oa
Strauss, Richard, $d 1864-1949, $e composer.
Symphonic poems. $k Selections
Also sprach Zarathustra ; $b Eine Alpensinfonie / $c Richard Strauss.
[Berlin?] : $b EMI Classics, $c [2001]
$c ℗2001
1 audio disc (82 min., 47 sec.) ; $c 4 3/4 in.
performed music $2 rdacontent
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audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $g surround $2 rda
347
audio file $b DVD audio $2 rda
500
Title from container.
511 0_ Staatskapelle Dresden ; Rudolf Kempe, conductor.
518
$o Recorded $d 1971 September $p Lukaskirche, Dresden.
538
DVD-Audio (DVD 10, double-sided); compatible with DVD-Audio and DVDVideo players; contains no video images; cannot be played on a CD player.
538
Side A: DVD-Video-compatible Dolby Digital AC3-encoded surround sound
and 24-bit linear PCM stereo.
538
Side B: DVD-Audio-compatible MLP-encoded 24-bit surround and stereo.
500
Program notes in German with English and French translations (15 pages
: illustrations ; 14 cm) inserted in container.
505 0_ Eine Alpensinfonie : op. 64 -- Also sprach Zarathustra : op. 30.
650 _0 Symphonic poems.
700 1_ Kempe, Rudolf, $d 1910-1976, $e conductor.
700 1_ $3 1st work $i Based on (work): $a Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, $d
1844-1900. $t Also sprach Zarathustra.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Strauss, Richard, $d 1864-1949. $t
Alpensinfonie.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Strauss, Richard, $d 1864-1949. $t Also
sprach Zarathustra.
710 2_ Staatskapelle Dresden, $e instrumentalist.
740 02 Alpensinfonie.
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Compilation of works by one person (audio recording, Blu-ray audio)
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 p
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/24-29
008/35-37
2012
2011
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00053479215925 $2 gtin-14
053479215925
DSL-92159 $b Sono Luminus
20110906 $a 20110907 $b 4034 $c H8
20120615 $b 3884 $c B753
$d ita $e ita $e eng $n ita $g eng
op $a ct $a sn
Scarlatti, Domenico, $d 1685-1757, $e
Works. $k Selections
Domenico Scarlatti's La Dirindina and
Dirindina and Pur nel sonno
Boyce, Virginia : $b Sono Luminus, $c
$c ℗2012
2 audio discs (66:24 each) ; $c 4 3/4
7_
1_
02
10
00
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1_
10
10
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composer.
Pur nel sonno.
[2012]
in.
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306
001716 $a 000722 $a 001424 $a 000820 $a 001917
336
performed music $2 rdacontent
337
audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda $3 CD
344
digital $b optical $g surround $2 rda $3 Blu-ray disc
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda $3 CD
347
audio file $b Blu-ray audio $3 Blu-ray disc
500
Intermezzo in 2 parts and secular cantata.
546
Sung in Italian.
500
Title from disc label.
511 0_ Jamie Barton, mezzo-soprano ; Joseph Gaines, tenor ; Brian Shircliffe,
baritone ; Ars Lyrica Houston (on period instruments) ; Matthew Dirst,
conductor and harpsichord.
518
$3 Vocal works $o recorded $d 2011 September 6-7 $p Zilkha Hall,Hobby
Center, Houston, Texas.
518
$3 Sonatas $o recorded $d 2012 June 15 $p Sono Luminus, Boyce,
Virginia.
500
Package contains Blu-ray surround sound audio disc and standard audio
CD.
538
Blu-ray disc contains 7.1 24-bit/96kHz DTS-MA, 5.1 24-bit/192kHz DTSMA, 2.0 24-bit/192kHz LPCM and is not playable on standard CD player.
500
Program notes in English, and libretto with English translation (30
pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
505 0_ La Dirindina. Part I (17:16) -- Sonata in G minor, K. 88 (7:22) -- La
Dirindina. Part II (14:24) -- Sonata in G major, K. 91 (8:20) -- Pur nel
sonno almen tal'ora (19:17).
650 _0 Operas.
650 _0 Solo cantatas, Secular (High voice)
650 _0 Sonatas (Harpsichord and continuo)
650 _0 Sonatas (Violin and continuo)
700 1_ Barton, Jamie, $e singer.
700 1_ Gaines, Joseph, $e singer.
700 1_ Shircliffe, Brian, $e singer.
700 1_ Dirst, Matthew Charles, $e conductor, $e instrumentalist.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Scarlatti, Domenico, $d 1685-1757. $t
Dirindina.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Scarlatti, Domenico, $d 1685-1757. $t
Sonatas, $m harpsichord, continuo, $n K. 88, $r G minor.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Scarlatti, Domenico, $d 1685-1757. $t
Sonatas, $m violin, continuo, $n K. 91, $r G major.
700 12 $i Container of (work): $a Scarlatti, Domenico, $d 1685-1757. $t Pur
nel sonno almen tal'ora.
710 2_ Ars Lyrica Houston (Musical group), $e instrumentalist.
740 02 Pur nel sonno.
53
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Jazz audio recording
LDR/06 j
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 r
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-19
008/35-37
007/00
007/01
007/03
007/04
007/05
007/06
007/07
007/08
007/09
007/10
007/11
007/12
007/13
2011
1967
nyu
jz
zxx
s
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s
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g
n
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m
m
n
e
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040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
024 1_ 828765561426
028 00 82876-55614-2 $b Bluebird/BMG Heritage
028 00 LSP-3782 $b RCA Victor
047
jz $a su
100 1_ Ellington, Duke, $d 1899-1974, $e composer, $e instrumentalist.
245 10 Far East suite / $c Duke Ellington.
264 _1 [New York, New York] : $b Bluebird : $b Legacy, $c [2011]
264 _3 Lexington, KY : $b manufactured by Amazon.com
300
1 audio disc ; $c 4 3/4 in.
336
performed music $2 rdacontent
337
audio $2 rdamedia
338
audio disc $2 rdacarrier
344
digital $b optical $g stereo $2 rda
347
audio file $b CD audio $2 rda
490 1_ Bluebird first editions
500
Jazz.
500
Title from disc label.
500
Composed by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn.
511 0_ Duke Ellington, piano ; with his orchestra (Harry Carney, Russell
Procope, Johnny Hodges, Jimmy Hamilton, Paul Gonsalves, reeds ; Lawrence
Brown, Buster Cooper, Chuck Conners, trombones ; Cootie Williams, William
"Cat" Anderson, Mercer Ellington, Herbie Jones, trumpets ; John Lamb, bass;
Rufus Jones, drums).
508
Original producer, Brad McCuen ; reissue producer, Barry Feldman.
518
$o Recorded $d 1966 December 19-21 $p RCA Victor's Studio A, New York
City.
500
Tracks 1-9 originally released in 1967 as RCA Victor LSP-3782; tracks
10-16 are alternate takes, previously released on Bluebird/BMG Heritage
82876-55614-2.
54
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538
CD-R.
505 0_ Tourist point of view -- Bluebird of Delhi : (mynah) -- Isfahan -Depk -- Mount Harissa -- Blue pepper : (Far East of the blues) -- Agra -Amad -- Ad lib on Nippon -- Tourist point of view (take 4) -- Amad (take 7) - Bluebird of Delhi (take 8) -- Bluebird of Delhi : (mynah) (take 9) -Isfahan (take 2) -- Depk (take 15) -- Mount Harissa (take 4).
650 _0 Suites (Jazz ensemble)
650 _0 Jazz $y 1961-1970.
650 _7 Alternate takes (Sound recordings) $2 lcgft
700 1_ Strayhorn, Billy, $e composer.
710 2_ Duke Ellington Orchestra, $e instrumentalist.
830 _0 Bluebird first editions.
55
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Separately-published libretto
LDR/06 a
LDR/07 m
LDR/18 i
008/06 s
008/07-10
008/11-14
008/15-17
008/18-21
008/35-37
2013
wiu
af
eng
010
2013001429
040
XXX $b eng $e rda $c XXX
020
9781476874647
020
1476874646
024 1_ 884088861995
100 1_ Miranda, Lin-Manuel, $d 1980- $e lyricist.
240 10 In the Heights (Libretto)
245 10 In the Heights :
the omplete ook and l ri s o the road a
musi al
musi and l ri s
Lin- anuel iranda
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uiara Alegr a
Hudes ; conceived by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
264 _1 Milwaukee, WI : $b Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, $c 2013.
300
xviii, 156 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : $b color
illustrations ; $c 22 cm.
336
text $2 rdacontent
337
unmediated $2 rdamedia
338
volume $2 rdacarrier
490 1_ The Applause libretto library series
505 0_ Introduction / Jill Furman -- Original Broadway cast and credits -Characters and setting -- Musical numbers -- Act 1 -- Act 2 -- About the
authors.
520
"In the Heights is an exciting musical about life in Washington
Heights, a tight-knit community where the coffee from the corner bodega is
light and sweet, the windows are always open, and the breeze carries the
rhythm of three generations of music. During its acclaimed Off-Broadway and
Broadway runs, In the Heights became an audience phenomenon and a critical
success. It's easy to see why: with an amazing cast, a gripping story, and
incredible dancing, In the Heights is an authentic and exhilarating journey
into one of Manhattan's most vibrant communities. And with its universal
themes of family, community, and self-discovery, In the Heights can be
enjoyed by people of all ages and backgrounds. Among the musical's many
accolades are two Drama Desk Awards, a Grammy Award for Best Musical Show
Album, and a nomination for the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama."--Publisher's
description.
650 _0 Musicals $v Librettos.
udes, uiara Alegr a, e li rettist
700 1_ $i Libretto for (work): $a Miranda, Lin-Manuel, $d 1980- $t In the
Heights (Musical)
830 _0 Applause libretto library series.
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