A Handbook of Examples For Use in Authority Records

Created By the NACO-Music Project

Michelle Koth § Catalog Librarian § Yale University Music Library 

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Preface   
670 field, ‡a
Citing main entry in the 670
Standard ways of citing various reference and bibliographic sources
Citing reference sources and databases
670 field, ‡b
Indicating location of information cited from the item being cataloged:
    Books and scores  |  Sound recordings  |  Video recordings  |  Multi-volume items
Citing information found in the reference source
Citing information from bibliographic records:  names  |  title information  |  bracketed information in the bibliographic record
Other:
Citing Internet resources: Citing a web site by name | URL  |  Citing a location within a web site  |  Citing information found
Capitalization of key, opus, and number
Communications with people
663 field
Examples of 667 and 675 fields
PVRs (Previously verified records)
Reporting duplicate authority records to LC updated April 4, 2014
Modifying machine-derived authority records (MDARs)
Procedures for removing a person from an undifferentiated name heading
Procedures for adding a death date to a heading with an open date
Reporting headings changes for inclusion in the MCB


Preface

This handbook is a compilation of examples with explanations for creating citations for sources of information in the authority record. It does not encompass establishing the heading itself; only how to cite the sources in which information necessary to create the heading was found. The examples are not to be regarded as "rules." The fields that are affected are:

670: Source data found: includes information about the name or title represented in the 1XX field, including facts that contribute to the identification of the heading and that justify the choice of the form used as the 1XX heading and references to it.

667: Non-public general note: gives information of permanent value and general interest that is not necessarily taken from the item being cataloged.

675: Source data not found: lists consulted sources in which information about the 1XX heading might be expected to be found, but was not.

Generally, only the NAR number, 1XX field, and 670 field appropriate to the example are included, even if the authority record has cross references and multiple 670 fields. When needed to illustrate a point, cross references and multiple 670 fields are included.

This handbook was compiled in 1992, with the assistance of Jeffrey Earnest, and revised in 1994. Several people's contributions need to be acknowledged. Ralph Papakhian and Sue Stancu at Indiana University, Linda Barnhart at University of California, San Diego, Mark Scharff at Washington University in St. Louis, and Harry Price and the late Virginia Gifford at the Library of Congress, contributed and commented on the first and revised drafts. Jennifer Bowen and Laura Snyder at the Eastman School of Music, Sibley Music Library, provided examples for the first version. It was completely revised in 1998 and continues to be updated as needed.

The NACO Music Project's (NMP) goal is the cooperative contribution of music name and name/uniform title authority records to the LC Name Authority File as part of the national NACO project. All music headings should be contributed as part of the NACO Music Project. NMP is administered through a funnel configuration, coordinated by Ralph Papakhian at the Indiana University Music Library. Utilizing e-mail, the NMP coordinator and independent NMP participants review the headings of new participants until they become independent. Those independent participants then review new participants' headings until they too become independent. Independent status is defined as having the authority to contribute name and/or name/uniform title authority records without review. A participant can become independent in stages, with names first, then name/uniform titles, or both at once. Although participation in NMP is granted to the combined individual and institution, independent status for an NMP participant is achieved through the NMP review and testing process, not through the status of the home institution.

The project is sponsored by the Music OCLC Users Group (MOUG), with an Advisory Committee consisting of the NMP Coordinator, an OCLC user representative, and a MOUG Board representative. NMP is not limited to libraries whose primary working relationship is with OCLC. Participants may use either OCLC or have authorization to input and edit directly into the Library of Congress database, MUMS.

NMP has established a number of ways of training and communicating with its members. First, this handbook provides instructions for formulating the 670 fields in the authority record. Second, NMP has a LISTSERV list used for various purposes: to ask general questions concerning establishing a heading or citing information in the authority record, to make announcements of interest to all NMP participants, and to announce new developments or revised documentation. Third, during the annual MOUG meeting, which usually precedes the annual Music Library Association meeting, the NMP participants meet to discuss new developments and air concerns.

Currently, the project comprises more than 60 music libraries or collections in various stages of training, at university, college, conservatory, and public libraries. New libraries can be added in several different ways:

For more information about the NACO Music Project, contact Mark Scharff, NMP Coordinator, Gaylord Music Library, Washington University, Box 1032, St Louis, MO 63130, (314) 935-5560 (e-mail: mscharff@wustl.edu)

Michelle Koth Yale University Music Library


The handbook does not replace any other related documents, such as Z1, the LC Rule Interpretations, the Music Cataloging Decisions, etc. It is not an official publication of NACO, LC, or COOPCAT. It is revised following the release of any related Library of Congress revisions. The handbook is meant to be an aid to creating authority records, and not necessarily to be considered written in stone. Current changes in LC documentation, such as Z1, now allow for considerable cataloger judgment in many areas of the authority record.


Citing main entry in the 670

When establishing headings for persons, corporate bodies, or name/title combinations, the first 670 field should represent the work being cataloged. If the item used to establish the heading is not a book, score, or serial, use an abbreviated general material designator in brackets before the date, e.g. [SR], [VR], [MI].

Main entry is the person or corporate body in the 1XX field:

For personal name headings, use the last name and initials (with no spaces) for forenames for the person considered the main entry for that work.

nr 94008904
100 1   Rosenlöcher, Christine, ‡d 1964-
670      Rosenlöcher, C. Rudolf Walther Hirschberg, c1993: ‡b t.p. (Christine Rosenlöcher) p. 4 of cover (b. 1964, Berlin)

When the main entry is a forename with subfield c following it, include the information in subfield c in the 670 field:
no919344
100 0   Josquin, ‡c des Prez, ‡d -1521. ‡t Missa La sol fa re mi
670     Josquin, des Prez. Missa Pange lingua [SR] p1986: ‡b label (Missa La sol fa re mi)

nr9519224
100 1   Valdivia, Hector
670      Beach, H.H.A., Mrs. Barcarolle, c1994: ‡b t.p. (Hector Valdivia)

nr92984
100 1  Victoria, Tomás Luis de, ‡d approximately 1548-1611. ‡t Masses ‡n (1592). ‡p Missa Vidi speciosam
670     Victoria, T.L. de. Missa Vidi speciosam [SR] p1988: ‡b label (Missa Vidi speciosam)

n87887393
100 1   Menezes Filho, Florivaldo, ‡d 1962-
670      Menezes Filho, F. Apoteose de Schoenberg, 1987: ‡b t.p. (Florivaldo Menezes Filho) front flap (b. Apr. 18, 1962 em São Paulo)

For corporate name headings, give the heading abbreviated as much as possible within the limits of intelligibility when the corporate body is considered the main entry for that work:
nr9416247
110 2   Boston Baroque Ensemble
670      Boston Baroque Ensemble. Dinner music of the 1740's [SR] 1966: ‡b label (Boston Baroque Ensemble)

Main entry is not the person or corporate body in the 1XX field:

When the person or corporate body in the heading is not the main entry for the work being cited, use either person/body followed by a title or a title only. If the work is entered under a personal or corporate heading, give the heading abbreviated as much as possible within the limits of intelligibility. Use initials (with no spaces) for forenames of authors entered under surname.

Main entry is the composer:
nr9218498
110 2   Carmina Mundi (Musical group)
670      Distler, H. Morike-Chorliederbuch [SR] 1991?: ‡b label (Carmina Mundi)

Performer is main entry:
nr929111
100 1   Caccini, Francesca, ‡d 1587-approximately 1640. ‡t Musiche. ‡p O che nuovo stupor
670      Bott, C. Virtuoso Italian vocal music [SR] 1988: ‡b container (O che nuovo stupor) insert (O che nuovo stupor; from Primo libro delle musiche)

Main entry is title:
no9116071
100 1    Bunjes, Paul George, ‡d 1914-1998
670      The Praetorius organ, 1966: ‡b t.p. (Paul George Bunjes)

Performing group is main entry:
nr9115327
100 1   Dupree, Jillon Stoppels
670      Music's Recreation (Musical group). Récréation de musique [SR] p1987: ‡b insert (Jillon Stoppels Dupree, harpsichord)

The name of a conference is main entry:
nr9240246
100 1    Jutten, Odile
670      Congrès international Cavaillé-Coll (1st : 1987 : Epernay, France). Cavaillé-Coll, 1992: ‡b t.p. (Odile Jutten)

When the main entry doesn't represent the person responsible for the title being established in a name/title authority record, it is an option, for the purposes of clarity, to include to the statement of responsibility for the person represented in the heading:
no2001002686
100 1    Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da, ‡d 1525?-1594. ‡t Motets ‡n (1584 : Voices (4)). ‡p Ad Dominum cum tribularer
670      Hilliard Ensemble. In paradisum [SR] p2000: ‡b insert (Ad Dominum cum tribularer clamavi / Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina)

no2007015446
100 1    Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da, ‡d 1525?-1594. ‡t Motets ‡n (1583). ‡p Introduxit me rex
670      Victoria, T.L. de. O Domine Jesu [SR] 1936: ‡b label (Introduxit me / Palestrina)

It is not necessary to do so, however:
no2002041437
100 1    Palestrina, Giovanni Pierluigi da, ‡d 1525?-1594. ‡t Motets ‡n (1563). ‡p Hodie Beata Virgo
670      Allegri, G. Miserere [SR] 1999: ‡b container (Hodie Beata Virgo Maria)


Standard ways of citing various reference and bibliographic sources

These are some of the most commonly used references and one or two standard ways of citing them in 670 fields.

When a print source is arranged alphabetically, do not cite page number. When an entry appears in a location other than where it would be found alphabetically, cite volume and/or page number, using AACR2 abbreviations. When citing a location within a source, use a colon before the indication of location, e.g. [Title of source]: ‡b p. 35 [data]

When establishing name/title headings, check existing authority records for similar name/title headings for that composers. Often, LC uses a brief citation, such as "Schmieder, 2. Ausg." and using this abbreviated form can save time and keystrokes.

Altmann, W. Kurzgefasstes Tonkünstler-Lexikon, 15. Aufl.: ‡b    . T.

Anderson, E.R. Contemporary Amer. composers, 2nd ed.

ASCAP, 4th ed.

Baker, 8th ed.

Baker, centennial ed.

BSB-Musik [also cited as Bayerische Staatsbibliothek. Katalog der Musikdrucke]

Ceskoslovenský hudební slovník

Claghorn, C.E. Biog. dict. of Amer. mus.

Cohen, A.I. Int'l. enc. of women composers, 2nd ed.

Compositores de América: ‡b v.    

CPM to 1980

Dicc. de la mús. española e hispanoamericana

Diz. enc. universale della mus. e dei musicisti

Eitner. Quellen-Lexikon

Enc. della mus., 1972

Grove,     ed. [any edition other than New Grove or New Grove, 2nd ed.]

    Also used: Grove's dict. of mus. and musicians,     ed.

Guinness enc. of popular mus.

Honegger, M. Dict. de la mus., 1986

Int. ww in mus.,     ed. [for 1st-14th eds.]

    Int. ww in mus., classical, __ ed. [for 15th ed. on]

    Int. ww in mus., popular, __ ed. [for all eds.]

Journal title, Month abbrev. year: ‡b p.    

Ki kiscoda magyar zeneéletben

Kutsch, K.J. Unvergängliche Stimmen, 2. Aufl.

    1987 ed. cited as Kutsch/Riemens, 1987-

MGG

MGG Suppl.

MGG, 2.[, neubearb.] Ausg.

Mus. index, [year] cumulation

Muz. ents.

Muz. ents.: ‡b v. 6, dop.    

New Grove

New Grove, 2nd ed.

     Grove music online, [date of search] ‡b ([data]) [For more information, see Grove music online below.]

New Grove dict. of Amer. mus.

Norton/Grove dict. of women composers

NYPL. Dict. cat. of the mus. coll. ‡b (hdg.:          ; usage: [if different from hdg.] ; variants:         )

OCLC, [date of search given in this form: Feb. 2, 1997] ‡b (hdg.:          ; usage: [if different from hdg.])

Pazdírek

Riemann Musik Lexikon, 12. Aufl.

Riemann Musik Lexikon, 12. Aufl. Suppl.

Sohlmans musiklexikon, 2nd ed.

Stieger, F. Opernlexikon: ‡b    . T.
    1. T. = Title Katalog
    2. T. = Komponisten
    3. T. = Librettisten

Ww in Amer. mus., classical, 2nd ed.

Zenei lexikon


Citing reference sources and databases

When a print source is arranged alphabetically, do not cite page number. When an entry appears in a location other than where it would be found alphabetically, cite volume and/or page number, using AACR2 abbreviations.

There are two instances of prescribed punctuation. When citing a location within a source, use a colon before the indication of location (e.g.: New Grove: ‡b v. 16, p. 742). When citing headings found in bibliographic sources, specific punctuation is prescribed: [Source] ‡b (hdg.: [data])

This is a straight forward example of citing an encyclopedia in which the entries are arranged alphabetically:
nr9140037
100 1   Lemlin, Lorenz, ‡d approximately 1495-
670      New Grove ‡b (Lemlin (Lemblin, Lemlein), Lorenz; b. ca. 1495, Eichstätt, d. after 1549)

Both the volume and page of New Grove are cited because the entry for Johann Ernst Bach is included in the article on the entire Bach family, not under Bach, Johann Ernst. The name is cited in direct rather than inverted order, as that is how it appears in the source:
no9014009
100 1   Bach, Johann Ernst, ‡d 1722-1777
670      New Grove: ‡b v. 1, p. 863 (Johann Ernst Bach; b. Jan. 30, 1722, Eisenach; d. Sept. 1, 1777, Eisenach)

Another form that seems to be accepted is:
670      New Grove ‡b (under Bach: Johann Ernst Bach... )

In this citation also, the name is also cited in directed order.

This form of citation is also useful for citing information from articles not about the person or corporate body being established:
670      New Grove ‡b (under Chicago: Opera of Chicago... )

The volume and page of New Grove American are cited because the entry is under an entry for the entire family:
nr9145292
100 1   Damrosch, Frank, ‡d 1859-1937
670      New Grove dict. of Amer. mus.: ‡b v. 1, p. 565 (Frank (Heino) Damrosch; b. June 22, 1859, Breslau, Germany (now Wroclaw, Poland), d. Oct. 22, 1937, New York; conductor and teacher; came to New York in 1871)

Indicate edition if other than the first:
no9012924
100 1   Cassler, G. Winston ‡q (Glenn Winston), ‡d 1906-1990
670      Anderson, E.R. Contemporary Amer. composers, 2nd ed. ‡b (Cassler, G. Winston; b. Sept. 3, 1906, Moundridge, Kans.)

nr9229805
100 1   Bach, Johann Sebastian, ‡d 1685-1750. ‡t Wir Christenleut, ‡n BWV 710
670      Schmieder, 2. Ausg. ‡b (690-713a, Choralbearbeitungen in der Kirnergerschen Sammlung. 710, Wir Christenleut)

no9014525
100 1   Hellmesberger, Joseph, ‡d 1855-1907
670      MGG: ‡b v. 6, column 113 (Hellmesberger, Söhne Josephs: Joseph; b. Apr. 9, 1855, d. Apr. 26, 1907, Wien)

There are two parts to this source, so the Teil must be indicated:
nr9145304
100 1   Rellstab, Johann Friedrich, ‡d 1759-1813
670      Altmann, W. Kurzgefasstes Tonkünstler-Lexikon, 15. Aufl.: ‡b 1. T. (Rellstab, Friedr.; b. Feb. 27, 1759, Berlin, d. Aug. 19, 1813, Berlin)

In this case, the page was also cited because the information was in an entry for the entire family:
nr924795
100 1   Schuberth, Carl, ‡d 1811-1863
670      Altmann, W. Kurzgefasstes Tonkünstler-Lexikon, 15. Aufl.: ‡b 1. T., p. 562 (Schubert, Karl; b. Nov. 25, 1811, Magdeburg, d. July 22, 1863, Zurich)

When citing information from this set (Compositores de América), cite only the volume when the articles are in alphabetical order by composer in that volume. In some early volumes entries are not in alphabetical order, so for these, page numbers would also have to be given, as in the next example:
nr9135296
100 1   Broque, Alfonso, ‡d 1876-1946. ‡t Cantos uruguayos
670      Compositores de América: ‡b v. 6 (Tres cantos uruguayos)

In volume three of this set, the composers are not given in alphabetical order, thus the page must be cited as well:
no883169
100 1   Villa-Lobos, Heitor. ‡t Carnaval das criancas. ‡p Guizos do dominozinho
670      Compositores de América: ‡b v. 3, p. 24 (Carnaval das criancas brasileiras. 3, Os guizos do dominozinho)

n0063145
100 1   Bononcini, Giovanni Maria, ‡d 1642-1678. ‡t Arie, correnti, sarabande, gighe & allemande, ‡m violin, continuo, ‡n op. 4. ‡n No. 25-27
670      RISM A.I.1, B3628 ‡b (op. 4 Arie, correnti, sarabande, gighe, & allemande a violino, e violone, over spinetta, con alcune intavolate per diverse accordature... 1671)

This is cited from an LC card, as a bibliographic source rather than as a reference source. Usage is cited because it is different from the heading found in the source:
nr9212642
100 1   Pickett, A. G. ‡q (Andrew G.)
670      LCCN 59-61290 ‡b (hdg.: Pickett, Andrew G.; usage: A.G. Pickett)

NUC pre-56 cited as a bibliographic source rather than as a reference source, hence the construction (hdg.:             ; usage:            )
nr916899
100 1   Rickaby, Franz, ‡d 1889-1925
670      NUC pre-56 ‡b (hdg.: Rickaby, Franz Lee, d. 1925; usage: Franz Rickaby)

It could also have been cited as a reference source. In this case, however, the usage (without the middle name) could not have been indicated:
670      NUC pre-56 ‡b (Rickaby, Franz Lee, d. 1925)

The New York Public catalog cited as a bibliographic source rather than as a reference source. Also an example of multiple usage in one source:
nr9131821
100 1   Lahoz, F. ‡q (Florencio), ‡d 1815-1868
670      NYPL. Dict. cat. of the mus. coll., 2nd ed. ‡b (hdg.: Lahoz, Florencio, 1815-1868; usage: F. Lahoz; Florencio Lahoz)

When citing the date of search in a database, cite the month (abbreviated according to AACR2, App. B), day, and year, in any form (e.g. Mar. 6, 1992 or 6 Mar. 1992) as long is cited in full:
nr9217472
100 1   Falla, Manuel de, ‡d 1876-1946. ‡t Retablo de Maese Pedro
670      LC in RLIN, May 6, 1992 ‡b (hdg.: Falla, Manuel de, 1876-1946. Retablo de Maese Pedro)

Cite only the part pertaining to the heading in the 100 field of the authority record being established. The actual title portion heading in the LC record was:
‡t Pièces, ‡m organ ‡n (1862). ‡p Grande pièce symphonique. ‡p Allegro non troppo e maestoso.
nr9138558
100 1   Franck, César, ‡d 1822-1890. ‡t Pièces, ‡m organ ‡n (1862). ‡p Grande pièce symphonique
670      LC in RLIN, Oct. 22, 1991 ‡b (hdg.: Franck, César, 1822-1890. Pièces, organ (1862). Grande pièce symphonique)

The LC record has a typographical error. The heading was: Galpin, Francis Williams, 1858-1945. Errors such as this should be cited in the correct form, and notification of the error should be sent to LC.
nr9215778
100 1   Galpin, Francis W. ‡q (Francis William), ‡d 1858-1945
670      LC in RLIN, May 4, 1992 ‡b (hdg.: Galpin, Francis William, 1858-1945; usage: Francis W. Galpin)

Citing UK MARC records:
The date of birth was found in a UKM record. It could not be verified elsewhere and was needed to resolve a conflict.
From Richard Hunter at LC: "I have recorded two decisions from Desc Pol (1987 and 1988): one to the effect that UKM records should be treated like member contributed records in OCLC, the other to the effect that there was no problem with citing a specific heading in the "Serial Record way (see example at the bottom of DCM Z1, p. 29), which would end up with a citation like "UK MARC xxxxxxx." While the variation you ask about is a variation, I do not see a problem with it. Of course it could also be cited as 'OCLC (followed by date).'"

Citing dates from an order slip:
MCD 22.17: When an item being cataloged is accompanied by a dealer's order slip that gives a date for the composer, and the date does not appear in the item itself and has not otherwise come to light, record the date in the composer's name authority record in the 670 "Sources found" field for the item being cataloged, giving "Harrassowitz slip," [Blackwell slip, etc.] as the location. Do not include in the heading for a composer a date whose only source is a dealer's slip, unless the date is needed to resolve a conflict and an unsuccessful attempt has been made to find confirmation of the date in reference sources.

n88630844
100 1   Zieritz, Grete von
670      Zieritz, G. Triptychon, c1987: ‡b t.p. (Grete von Zieritz) Harrassowitz slip (b. 1899)

This information is sometimes given in a separate 670 field in both new and changed records:
670      Zieritz, G. Triptychon, c1987: ‡b t.p. (Grete von Zieritz)
670      Harrassowitz slip ‡b (b. 1899)


Indicating location of information cited from the item being cataloged

Include a colon before the indication of location (e.g.: [Title]: ‡b t.p. [data])

Books and scores

nr9214750
100 1   Leersnyder, Brigitte de
670      Charles Tournemire (1870-1939), 1989: ‡b t.p. verso (Brigitte de Leersnyder)

nr977030
100 1   Glazunov, Aleksandr Konstantinovich, ‡d 1865-1936. ‡t Preliudiia i mazurki, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 25
670      Glazunov, A. Präludium und 2 Mazurken für Klavier, Opus 25, c1995: ‡b t.p. (Präludium und 2 Mazurken für Klavier, Opus 25) added t.p. (Preliudiia i 2 mazurki)

n89637693
100 1   Labitzky, Joseph, ‡d 1802-1881
670      Oesten, T. Joyous sound. no. 9, Leinate's Klänge waltz, 185-?: ‡b list t.p. (Labitzky)

n0077331
100 1   Ansink, Caroline. ‡t IJssel
670      Ansink, C. IJssel, c1999: ‡b t.p. (IJssel) running title (Yssel)

nr9144709
100 1   Rozengauz, Bronislava
670      Shostakovich, D.D. Izbrannye netrudnye p'esy dlia fortepiano, 1990: ‡b t.p. (B. Rozengauz) colophon (Bronislava Moissevna Rozengauz)

nr9534147
100 1   Kulenkampff, Georg, ‡d 1898-1948
670      Dvorák, A. Concerto in A minor, op. 53, for violin with orchestral accompaniment, 19--: ‡b caption of violin part (Georg Kulenkampff)

The titles given in the 670 were taken from individual captions within the item:
no9620525
100 1   Rheinberger, Josef, ‡d 1839-1901. ‡t Praeludien und Fugen, ‡m organ
670      Rheinberger, J. Drei Praeludien und Fugen für die Orgel, 1993: ‡b captions (JWV 16, C minor; JWV 10, D minor; JWV 13, E minor) pref. (3 preludes and fugues conceived as a unit)

nr9314122
100 1   Heinemann, Michael, ‡d 1959-
670      Heinemann, M. Heinrich Schütz und seine Zeit, c1993: ‡b t.p. (Michael Heinemann) jkt. (b. 1959, Bergisch-Gladbach)

nr9214151
100 1   Pogue, Samuel F. ‡q (Samuel Franklin), ‡d 1919-1994
670      Musique de joye, 1991: ‡b superius part t.p. (Samuel F. Pogue)

nr9211577
100 1   Hume, Tobias, ‡d -1645. ‡t Poeticall musicke. ‡p Sweet musicke
670      English lute songs, 1969: ‡b leaf H2 (Poeticall musicke. Sweet musicke) leaf H verso (Sweete musicke)

n0077766
100 1   Coll, Xavier
670     Granados, Enrique. Valsos poètics, c1999: ‡b t.p. (Xavier Coll; guitarist) copyright statement (Xavier Coll Quetglàs)

The preliminary pages in this item are not numbered:
nr9231190
110 2   Société française d'ethnomusicologie
670      L'ethnomusicologie en Europe, 1992: ‡b t.p. (Société française d'ethnomusicologie) prelim. p. vii (French Society of Ethnomusicology)

The information in the 670 is taken from at least three different locations in the score. Follow Z1 (19): Generally use "etc." to avoid giving more than two locations or a sequence of locations:
nr922996
100 1   Grenser, Johan Fredrik, ‡d -1795
670      Grenser, J.F. Six trio sonatas op. 1, 1987: ‡b t.p. (Johan Fredrik Grenser, d. 1795) p. i, etc. (J.F. Grenser; Swedish flutist, oboist, and composer; originally from the German city of Dresden; active in Stockholm from 1773 until his death in 1795)

More than two locations can be cited if the cataloger feels it is important:
n85283448
100 1   Mahaut, Antoine
670      Mahaut, A. VI sonata a flauto traversiere solo col basso continuo, 1983: ‡b t.p. (Antoine Mahaut) p. 1 (Antonio Mahaut) p. 11, 2nd group (Antonio Maho)

n87887393
100 1   Menezes Filho, Florivaldo, ‡d 1962-
670      Menezes Filho, F. Apoteose de Schoenberg, 1987: ‡b t.p. (Florivaldo Menezes Filho) front flap (b. Apr. 18, 1962 em São Paulo)

n9588356
100 1   Minozzo, Raffaella, ‡d 1958-
670      Campane e campanari nel Biellese, 1994: ‡b t.p. (Raffaella Minozzo) flap on p. 3 of cover (b. 1958)

This item is a UMI photocopy of a dissertation. The fuller name information is taken from the half title, which was added by UMI:
nr931209
100 1   Jones, Daniel C. L. ‡q (Daniel Charles Lloyd)
670      Jones, D.C.L. Elias Mann (1750-1825), 1991: ‡b t.p. (Daniel C.L. Jones) half title (Jones, Daniel Charles Lloyd)

Either style may be used: "p. 4 of cover" or "back cover":
nr9143670
100 1   D'Amore, Giulio, ‡d 1961-
670      D'Amore, G. Le opere pianistiche di Luigi Dallapiccola, c1987: ‡b t.p. (Giulio D'Amore) p. 4 of cover (b. 1961, Rome)
nr916904
100 1   Wettig, Karin, ‡d 1952-
670      Wettig, K. Satztechnische Studien in der Madrigalen Carlo Gesualdos, c1990: ‡b t.p. (Karin Wettig) back cover (Anna Sophia Karin Wettig; b. 1952, Köln)

n944244
100 1   Lorenz, Ricardo
670     Scores and recordings at the Indiana University Latin American Music Center, c1995: ‡b CIP t.p. (Ricardo Lorenz) CIP forward (Ricardo Lorenz-Abreu) pub. info. (composer; native of Venezuela; resides in Chicago) published book, p. 434 (b. 1961)

Sound recordings

"The new Z1 deliberately does not mention the use of GMDs as LC was asked to discontinue this practice ... LC does not require catalogers to include the GMD nor has it made any restrictions on [its] use."

NMP encourages the use of the GMD. If you choose to use it, include the GMD in abbreviated form: [SR]. Do not precede or follow it with any punctuation.

Use "label" at all times, even if the information appears on both sides of an LP or on each CD in a multi-disc set. For CDs, which have no label per se, consider the information appearing on the disc itself to be the "label."
nr927498
100 1   Proud, Malcolm
670      Handel, G.F. Italian solo cantatas and instrumental works [SR] p1990: ‡b label (Malcolm Proud, harpsichord)

nr9223903
100 1   Kitchen, Linda
670      Meyerbeer, G. Il crociato in Egitto [SR] 1991: ‡b label (Linda Kitchen; singer)

The following examples illustrate how the NACO Music Project has interpreted LC's guidelines in the past. Harry Price has said, "As long as it's clear where the information comes from, specific wording doesn't need to be prescribed." Options for citing locations other than the sound disc itself are "notes," "container," "container notes," "liner notes," "insert," and "program." None are prescribed.

Use "container" for information such as performer or title statements taken from the front, back, or spine of the container. For CDs, consider any information on the insert that can be seen through the jewel case to be on the container.
nr9217448
100 1   Seiler, Erich
670      Rosbaud, H. Hans Rosbaud conducts three masterpieces of 20th century [SR] p1990: ‡b container (Erich Seiler, percussion)

Use "container notes" for information taken from program notes printed on the container:
nr9244711
100 1   Sibelius, Jean, ‡d 1865-1957. ‡t Kappaletta, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 85
670      Sibelius, J. Pianoävellysten, osa 5 [SR] p1985: ‡b label (Five pieces, op. 85 : the flowers) container notes (Five flower pieces = Fem blomsterstyckena = Fünf Blumenstücke = Cinq morceaux de fleur)

Use "insert" for notes that are physically separable and inserted into a single or multiple LP container, or single or multiple CD jewel box. Generally do not indicate page numbers in the insert, unless the insert is extensive:
nr929111
100 1   Caccini, Francesca, ‡d 1587-approximately 1640. ‡t Musiche. ‡p O che nuovo stupor
670      Bott, C. Virtuoso Italian vocal music [SR] p1988: ‡b container (O che nuovo stupor) insert (O che nuovo stupor; from Primo libro delle musiche)

When the cataloger listens to a recording to determine an element of the uniform title, that is indicated in the 670 field. LC has used "audition" to indicate this:
n 2008074562
100 1   Zarębski, Juliusz, ‡d 1854-1885. ‡t Berceuse, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 22, ‡r A♭ major
670      Zarębski, J. Piano works, p2006: ‡b container (Berceuse op. 22) audition (in A♭ major)

n 81031370
100 1   Debussy, Claude, ‡d 1862-1918. ‡t Page d'album
670      Debussy, Claude. Devoted to Debussy [SR] c2007: ‡b container (Pièce sans titre (Piece without title); identified by audition as Page d'album)

Video recordings

"The new Z1 deliberately does not mention the use of GMDs as LC was asked to discontinue this practice ... LC does not require catalogers to include the GMD nor has it made any restrictions on [its] use."

NMP encourages the use of the GMD. If you choose to use it, include the GMD in abbreviated form: [VR]. Do not precede or follow it with any punctuation.
nr9110201
100 1   Hampe, Michael, ‡d 1935-
670      Andrea Chenier [VR] c1985: ‡b title frames (producer Michael Hampe)

Multi-volume items

Cite the volume and the location within that volume:
no937977
100 1   Frobenius, Wolf
670      Koenig, G.M. Ästhetische Praxis, c1991: ‡b Bd. 1, t.p. (Wolf Frobenius)

When the information occurs on one container of a multiple LP or CD set, indicate the volume from which the information is taken, and then the source within that volume:
no8921086
100 1   Chipp, Edmund Thomas, ‡d 1823-1886
670      Hobson, I. The London piano school [SR] p1988: ‡b v. 3, container (Edmund Thomas Chipp, 1823-1886)

If the item is the first volume of a multi-volume item, record the date of publication as an open date, leaving a space between the open date and colon preceding the location of information:
nr9336172
100 1   Mlakar, Pia
670      Mlakar, P. Unsterblicher Theatertanz, c1992- : ‡b v. 1, t.p. (Pia Mlakar) spine (P. Mlakar)

If the entire set is in hand, record beginning and ending dates:
nr9313110
100 1   Sadanowsky, Michel
670      Bach, J.S. Oeuvres complètes pour luth, c1988-c1990: ‡b v. 1, t.p. (Michel Sadanowsky)


Citing information found in the reference source

There is no prescribed manner of citing information. For consistency's sake, NMP encourages the following. Transcribe name and/or title information as it appears in the reference source. Date, place and other data can be translated, summarized, and abbreviated. Use standard abbreviations and punctuation for date information taken from reference sources, e.g. b., d., fl., ca., bapt. Using semi-colons to separate the elements of name, date/place, and other information, follow this standard form:

(Lastname, Firstname; b. date, place, d. date, place; other data)

In citing dates, you may use either day, month, year or month, day, year, so long as the AACR2 abbreviation for the month is used and the year is stated in full: Feb. 2, 1997.

nr9241556
100 1   Attey, John, ‡d -1640
670      New Grove ‡b (Attey, John; fl. 1622, d. 1640, Ross, Herfordshire; English lutenist and composer)

no9012360
100 1   Arkwright, G. E. P. ‡q (Godfrey Edward Pellew), ‡d 1864-1944
670      New Grove ‡b (Arkwright, Godfrey Edward Pellew; b. Apr. 4, 1864, Norwich, d. Aug. 16, 1944, Highclere Hants.; music scholar)

no9011219
100 1   Clark, Scotson, ‡d 1840-1893
670      Baker, 7th ed. ‡b (Clark, Frederick Scotson; b. Nov. 16, 1840, London, d. July, 5. 1883, London; clergyman, organist, and composer)

nr9237395
100 1   Gramont, Louis de, ‡d 1854-1912
670      Altmann, W. Kurzgefasstes Tonkünstler-Lexikon, 15. Aufl.: ‡b 1. T. (Gramont, Louis; b. 1854, d. Dec., 1912, Paris; librettist)

The name is given in full regardless of identical consequent citations of the name. Brackets in New Grove are transcribed as parentheses in the 670.
nr9140037
100 1   Lemlin, Lorenz, ‡d approximately 1495-
670      MGG ‡b (Lemlin, (Lemblin, Lemlein), Lorenz; b. probably around 1495, Eichstätt, date and place of death not established)
670      New Grove ‡b (Lemlin (Lemblin, Lemlein), Lorenz; b. ca. 1495, Eichstätt, d. after 1549)

The ultimate example of citing the name in full regardless of repetition of information:
no88433
100 0   Mana-Zucca
400 0   Manna-Zucca
400 1   Zucca, Mana
400 1   Zuckermann, Augusta
400 1   Zuckermann, Gussie
400 1   Zuccamana, Gizella
400 1   Zuccamana, Augusta
400 1   Della, Ella
400 1   Zuchermann, Augusta
400 1   Cassel, Irwin, ‡c Mrs.
670      Mana-Zucca. Jocosity, c1972: ‡b cover (Mana-Zucca)
670      Mana-Zucca. Valse brillante, c1916: ‡b cover (Mana Zucca)
670      Mana-Zucca. I love life [SR] 194-?: ‡b label (Manna-Zucca)
670      New Grove dict. of Amer. mus. ‡b (Mana Zucca (Zuckermann, Augusta; Zuckermann, Gussie); b. Dec. 15, 1885, New York, d. Mar. 8, 1981, Miami; changed her name to Mana Zucca in her teens)
670      New Grove ‡b (Mana-Zucca (Zuccamana, Gizella (Augusta)); b. Dec. 25, 1894; altered her name in 1916; composed under some pseuds., including Ella Della)
670      Baker, 7th ed. ‡b (Mana-Zucca (real name, Augusta Zuckermann); b. Dec. 25, 1887, d. Mar. 8, 1981)
670      NYPL. Ref. Dept. Dict. cat. of the mus. coll.‡b (Zuckermann, Augusta, 1888- ; Zuchermann, Augusta, 1888- )
670      Cohen, I. Int. enc. of women composers ‡b (Mana-Zucca (Augusta Zuckermann); b. Dec. 25, 1894? (1897? 1891?))
670      Hixon, D. Women in music ‡b (Mana-Zucca (real name Augusta Zuckermann); b. Dec. 25, 1890)
670      Stern, S. Women composers ‡b (Mana-Zucca (née Augusta Zuckermann, Mrs. Irwin Cassel); b. Dec. 25, 1887)
670      Int ww mus, 8th ed. ‡b (Mana-Zucca; b. Dec. 25, 1894; married Irwin M. Cassel)

The multiple biographical sources were included to demonstrate the uncertainty of the year of her birth. In each citation, the name is cited in full even though the name may have been cited in that form in a previous citation.

Transcribe both non-Gregorian or old style/new style dates when they both appear in the source. Except for names and titles, generally translate data in foreign languages into English, paraphrasing or summarizing where possible:
nr9142210
100 1   Mil'man, M. ‡q (Mark), ‡d 1910-1995
670      Muz. ents. ‡b (Mil'man, Mark Vladimirovich; b. Apr. 20 (May 5), 1910, Moskva; composer, pianist, and pedagogue)

The information has been translated into English:
nr9140037
100 1   Lemlin, Lorenz, ‡d approximately 1495-
670      MGG ‡b (Lemlin (Lemblin, Lemlein), Lorenz; b. probably around 1495, Eichstätt, date and place of death not established)

Performing groups:

Include information on the foundation date, place of foundation, performers' names and instruments, and anything else that might be used to distinguish the performing group from another with the same name. LC has said that including information such as this is optional; NMP encourages such additions.

nr919862
110 2   Aurora (Musical group)
670      Handel, G.F. Handel in Italy [SR] p1988: ‡b label (Aurora) insert (Aurora, a Baroque quartet of period instruments founded in 1979)

"Choral ensemble" was included to distinguish this group from several other performing groups of different types which have similar names:
nr945457
110 2   Convivium Musicum
670      Catan, D. Homenaje a Octavio Paz [SR] p1991: ‡b insert (Convivium Musicum; choral ensemble)


Citing information from bibliographic records

Names

With headings for editors or arrangers of scores, NMP now has the option of indicating function (editor, arranger, etc.) of the person in subfield b of 670.

The title page has "Herausgegeben von Leo Kappel." An option would have been to cite the name this way: (Leo Kappel; editor)
nr9234402
100 1   Kappel, Leo
670      Burger, J. 24 Trompetenduette, c1991: ‡b t.p. (Leo Kappel)

Even though the name appears on the title page as "Pia und Pino Mlakar" and on the spine as "P. und P. Mlakar," record only the name being established:
nr9336172
100 1   Mlakar, Pia
670      Mlakar, P. Unsterblicher Theatertanz, c1992- : ‡b v. 1, t.p. (Pia Mlakar) spine (P. Mlakar)

If the name cited is not in the nominative case, do not amplify the citation to "explain" this, though ellipses may be used to show that surrounding words have been omitted. They indicate that words preceding the name cause the name not to be in the nominative. The title page has "sostavlanie i pedagogicheskaia redaktsiia Bronislavy Rozengauz."
nr9144709
100 1   Rozengauz, Bronislava
670      Shostakovich, D.D. Izbrannye p'esy dlia fortepiano, 1987: ‡b t.p. (... Bronislavy Rozengauz)

Optionally, include the words that indicate the action or function of the person:
no2012089231
100 1   Fiedler, H. ‡q (Hynek), ‡d 1836-1870
670      Smetana, B. Dalibor, 1945: ‡b colophon (z atelieru H. Fiedlera)

A person's name used in the title of a book is considered to be usage and does not need to be repeated in subfield b if it is the only significant usage in the item.
nr928424
100 1   Moreschi, Alessandro, ‡d 1858-1922
670      Buning, R.A. Alessandro Moreschi and the castrato voice, 1990.

When a person's name is used in the title of a book and is considered usage, repeat it in subfield b when subfield b is needed to record additional information:
nr935980
100 1   Pace, Carmelo, ‡d 1906-1993
670      De Gabriele, M. Carmelo Pace, a Maltese composer, c1992: ‡b t.p. (Carmelo Pace) p. xv (Carmelo Pace, b. Aug. 17, 1906, Vallette, Malta)

nr9138556
100 1   Cross, Richard, ‡d 1955-
670      Cross, R. Richard Cross présente La voix dévoilée, c1991: ‡b t.p. (Richard Cross) p. 8 (b. 1955, Bordeaux)

Consider a person's name used in the title of a sound recording to be usage and do not repeat it in subfield b unless recording other information.
nr9229841
100 1   Rider, Rhonda
670      Rider, R. Rhonda Rider, violoncello [SR] p1988.

When a person's name is used in the title of a sound recording and is considered usage, it should be repeated in subfield b only when subfield b is being used to record additional information:
nr9125373
100 1   Watters, Clarence, ‡d 1902-1986
670      Watters, C. Clarence Watters [SR] p1989: ‡b label (Clarence Watters, organ) insert (1902-1986)

For headings for performers on sound recordings, indicate the instrument, vocal range, etc. in subfield b. LC has said that including information such as this is optional; NMP encourages such additions.
nr9217448
100 1   Seiler, Erich
670      Rosbaud, H. Hans Rosbaud conducts three masterpieces of 20th century [SR] p1990: ‡b container (Erich Seiler, percussion)

nr9244234
100 1   Rolston, Shauna
670      Rolston, R. Cello sonatas [SR] p1989: ‡b label (Shauna Rolston, cello)

Use English unless the word does not have an English equivalent. The container had "Flöte":
nr943144
100 1    Hülschoff, Cordula
670       Mozart, W.A. Klavierkonzert D-Dur, KV 451 [SR] 1983?: ‡b container (Cordula Hülschoff, flute)

Singers with no designation of vocal range:

LC used to include a 678 field with the function, such as "Singer." They no longer use this field, although it is still found in older authority records. There are two options now.

nr9223903
100 1   Kitchen, Linda
670      Meyerbeer, G. Il crociato in Egitto [SR] 1991: ‡b label (Linda Kitchen) container (sings role of Dinorah)

OR

670      Meyerbeer, G. Il crociato in Egitto [SR] 1991: ‡b label (Linda Kitchen; singer)

LC suggests the latter option when it is obvious the person is singing. At Indiana, the designation "singer" is used only when neither the voice range nor the role is known.

Title information

The first 670 field is always for the item in hand. For titles, include only one 670 field, for the item in hand, unless information from another source provides helpful information not found on the item in hand. If the form used in the 1XX field is not generated from or does not appear on the item cited in the first 670, include a second 670 field citing the source for the form of title used in the heading. If references are generated from other forms found on the item in hand, include that information in the 670. When references are taken from other items or reference sources, do not cite the sources from which the references are taken, unless the sources provide helpful information not found on the item in hand. Additional 670 fields for reference sources considered necessary to clarify the title may also be added.

The title cited in subfield a of the 670 is not repeated in subfield b because no additional information or other forms of the title to justify the chosen uniform title were found on the item. The second 670 was added since the uniform title was not established from the item in hand.
nr9222382
100 1   Bizet, Georges, ‡d 1838-1875. ‡t Chants du Rhin
400 1   Bizet, Georges, ‡d 1838-1875. ‡t Bilder vom Rhein
400 1   Bizet, Georges, ‡d 1838-1875. ‡t Songs of the Rhine 
670      Bizet, G. Bilder vom Rhein, 19--.
670      New Grove ‡b (Chants du Rhin, 1865)

The title cited in subfield a of the 670 is repeated in subfield b The reference was generated from a form found later in the item. Since additional information following the title proper was recorded, it was necessary to repeat the title proper in subfield b.
nr941620
100 1   Strauss, Johann, ‡d 1825-1899. ‡t Camelien-Polka
400 1   Strauss, Johann, ‡d 1825-1899. ‡t Camellia polka
670      Strauss, J. Camelien-Polka, c1993: ‡b t.p. (Camelien-Polka : op. 248) p. 4 (Camellia polka)

Since the established uniform title was not generated from the item itself, the source of the established title must be indicated.
nr941929
100 1   Tausig, Carl,‡d 1841-1871. ‡t Tägliche Studien
670      Tausig, C. Esercizi giornalieri, 1991: ‡b t.p. (Esercizi giornalieri : per pianoforte = Exercices journaliers : pour piano = Daily exercises : for piano = Tägliche Übungen : für Klavier = Ejercicios diarios : para piano)
670      New Grove ‡b (Tägliche Studien)

Include all of the title proper, including alternative titles, in the 670 field:
no893045
100 1   Beethoven, Ludwig van, ‡d 1770-1827. ‡t Ruinen von Athen
670      Beethoven, L. Ruines d'Athènes ; et, Le roi Estienne, 1846?

nr935495
100 1   Philips, Peter, ‡d 1561-1628. ‡t Cantiones sacrae, ‡m voices (8). ‡p Ecce vicit Leo
670      Philips, P. Ave Jesu Christe ; & Ecce vicit Leo, c1990: ‡b t.p. (Ecce vicit Leo) p. 2 (from the Cantiones sacrae, 1613, double choir motet)

nr9210685
100 1   Sibelius, Jean, ‡d 1865-1957. ‡t Trios, ‡m piano, strings, ‡r C major
670      Sibelius, J. Trio in C major for violin, cello and piano, 1991, c1990: ‡b t.p. (Trio in C major for violin, cello and piano : Lovisa trio)

nr9218689
100 1   Persichetti, Vincent, ‡d 1915-1987. ‡t Parable, ‡n no. 25
670      Persichetti, V. Parable for two trumpets, c1991: ‡b caption (Parable : for two trumpets : (Parable XXV) : op. 164)

nr9214739
100 1   Heinrich, Anthony Philip, ‡d 1781-1861. ‡t Indian fanfares
670      Heinrich, A.P. Indian fanfares, c1987: ‡b cover (Indian fanfares = Indianerfanfaren)

nr9212657
100 1   Schaffer, Bogslaw. ‡t Monolog
670      Schaffer, B. Monolog, c1980: ‡b t.p. (Monolog : Bass-Klarinette solo) caption (Monologue : for bass clarinet solo = Monolog : na klarnet basowy solo)

no9214518
100 1   Villa-Lobos, Heitor. ‡t Histórias da carochinha
670      Villa-Lobos, H. Histórias da carochinha, c1990: ‡b t.p. (Histórias da carochinha = Nanny's tales = Ammenmarchen : para piano)

The second 670 was added to justify the chosen uniform title:
nr922055
100 1   Ferrabosco, Alfonso, ‡d approximately 1575-1628. ‡t Ayres. ‡p Come my Celia, let us prove
670      Baird, J. The English lute song [SR] p1988: ‡b container (Come my Celia) insert (Come my Celia = Venez, ma Celia = Komm, meine Celia)
670      New Grove ‡b (Ayres: Come my Celia, let us prove)

New Grove has "Beato mi direi, 4vv, 155724. M iv, 64." 155724 is Il secondo libro de madregali, 4vv (155724) There is a Secondo libro de madregali for five voices; "4vv" here is necessary to distinguish the two:
nr9144718
100 1   Rore, Cipriano de, ‡d 1515 or 1516-1565. ‡t Madrigals, ‡m voices (4), ‡n book 2. ‡p Beato mi direi
670      Bott, C. Virtuoso Italian vocal music [SR] p1988: ‡b container (Beato me direi)
670      New Grove ‡b (Beato mi direi, 4vv; from his Il secondo libro de madregali, 4vv)

nr9233455
100 1   Handel, George Frideric, ‡d 1685-1759. ‡t Quel fior che all'alba ride, ‡n HWV 154
670      Handel, G.F. Italian solo cantatas and instrumental works [SR] p1990: ‡b label (Quel fior che all'alba ride) insert (solo cantata)
670      Händel-Handbuch ‡b (154, Quel fior che all'alba ride; Cantata a voce sola, Sopr., Basso continuo; 2 other cantatas with this text, HWV 192 for 2 sopranos and continuo, HWV 200 for 2 sopranos, bass, and continuo)

An example of information in New Grove that is not phrased in this exact way, but rather summarized for brevity's sake:
nr9125469
100 1   Fibich, Zdenek, ‡d 1850-1900. ‡t Nálady, dojmy a upomínky, ‡n op. 41
670      New Grove ‡b ((376) Nálady, dojmy a upomínky (Moods, impressions and reminiscences), 1892-9; four sets as op. 41, 44, 47, and 57)

n95111432
100 1   Uspenskiĭ, Vladislav, ‡d 1937-2004. ‡t Temperamenty
670      His Temperaments, c1994: ‡b cover (Temperaments = Temperamenty [in Cyrillic])

An example showing how LC indicated that one title on the chief source was more prominent than another, affecting the choice of uniform title (i.e., "Sonata in two movements" vs. "Sonatas, cello, piano"):
nr200128990
100 1   Schonthal, Ruth. ‡t Sonata in two movements
670      Schonthal, R. Sonata in two movements for cello and piano (1989), c2000: ‡b t.p. (Sonata in two movements [in bold]; bottom of p.: Sonata in two movements (1989)) caption (Sonata for cello & piano in two movements)

nr9218973
100 1   Halffter, Rodolfo, ‡d 1900-1987. ‡t --Huésped de las nieblas--
670      Halffter, R. --Huésped de las nieblas--, c1981: ‡b t.p. (--Huésped de las nieblas-- = --Guest from the mists--)

Use ellipses with no punctuation before the date of publication when shortening a long title proper.
nr931670
100 1   Wubbenhorst, Thomas Martin, ‡d 1952-
670      Wubbenhorst, T.M. Personality characteristics of music educators and performers ... 1992: ‡b t.p. (Thomas Martin Wubbenhorst) leaf 99 (b. Aug. 9, 1952, Greenwich, Conn.)

The title proper of this recording was "Concerto grosso no. 1 ; Concerto grosso no. 2 ; Schelomo," three titles proper in actuality. In a case like this, the second and third titles can be left out without using ellipses:
nr9140031
100 1   Miquelle, Georges, ‡d 1894-1977
670      Bloch, E. Concerto grosso no. 1 [SR] p1991: ‡b container (Georges Miquelle) insert (b. 1894, Lille, France, d. 1977; came to U.S. in 1918)

"Title not given": This is not a typical citation, so an example of it may be useful. There is no colon before the subfield b since a location within the item is not being cited:
nr9135296
100 1   Broque, Alfonso, ‡d 1876-1946. ‡t Cantos uruguayos
670      Slonimsky, N. History making premieres [SR] 1972 ‡b (title not given)

This is an exception to the practice of not repeating the title proper unless recording other forms of the title. Normally, the subtitle information would not be required in this 670, and so there would be no subfield b at all. However, the references from Petites pièces and Piccoli pezzi need the opus number in order to distinguish them from his Petites pièces and Piccoli pezzi op. 3. The subtitle was given in the 670 in order to identify this set as op. 11:
nr9131842
100 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t Recueil de petites pieces
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t Petites pièces, ‡n op. 11
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t 10 petites pièces, ‡n op. 11
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t Dix petites pièces, ‡n op. 11
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t Piccoli pezzi, ‡n op. 11
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t Diece piccoli pezzi, ‡n op. 11
400 1   Carcassi, Matteo, ‡d 1792-1853. ‡t 10 piccoli pezzi, ‡n op. 11
670      Carcassi, M. 10 piccoli pezzi, 1988: ‡b t.p. (10 piccoli pezzi : op. 11 : per chitarra)

Citing parts of larger works:
LC tends to use AACR2 style:
(Work no., Title of the whole work. No. of the part if needed, Title of the part), as shown in the next three examples:

no884209
100 1   Ives, Charles, ‡d 1874-1954. ‡t Contemplations. ‡p Central Park in the dark
670      New Grove ‡b (Two contemplations. 2, Central Park in the dark)

nr9110853
100 1   Bach, Johann Sebastian, ‡d 1685-1750. ‡t Choräle von verschiedener Art, ‡n BWV 651-668. ‡p Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr', ‡n BWV 662
670      Schmieder ‡b (651-668, Achtzehn Choräle von verschiedener Art. 662, Allein Gott in der Höh' sei Ehr')

n9298675
100 1   Haydn, Joseph, ‡d 1732-1809. ‡t Quartets, ‡m strings, ‡n H. III, 79, ‡r D major. ‡p Largo cantabile e mesto
670      Hoboken ‡b (Gruppe III, Streichquartette 75-80 known as op. 76. No. 5. II, Largo cantabile e mesto)

Bracketed information in the bibliographic record

Dates from the 260 field in the bibliographic record:

Do not enclose the date of publication in brackets, even when brackets are used in the 260 subfield c of the bibliographic record.
nr9211920
100 1   Rollet, Nicole
670      Rollet, N. Analyse graphologique de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1990?: ‡b t.p. (Nicole Rollet)

nr9244246
100 1   Mignone, Francisco, ‡d 1897-1986. ‡t Cânticos de Obaluayê
670      Mignone, F. Canticos de Obaluayê, between 1934 and 1942.

Unnumbered pages:

In the item, p. 3 is not numbered. In a bibliographic record, it would be indicated as "p. [3]"; in this case, brackets are not used:
nr9143665
100 1   Leistritz, Helmut, ‡d 1934-
670      Leistritz, H. Sonate in B für zwei Trompeten und Posaune, c1989: ‡b t.p. (Helmut Leistritz) p. 3 (b. 1934, Wustewaltersdorf/Schlesien)

Do not use "p. [4] of cover" even though there is no page number on the back cover:
nr9143670
100 1   D'Amore, Giulio, ‡d 1961-
670      D'Amore, G. Le opere pianistiche di Luigi Dallapiccola, c1987: ‡b t.p. (Giulio D'Amore) p. 4 of cover (b. 1961, Rome)

Bracketed information from the 245 in the bibliographic record:

Sonatas is incorrectly spelled "sonats" on the label. The bib record has "Horn sonat[a]s":
nr9222802
100 1   James, Ifor
670      Beethoven, L. Horn sonatas [SR] 1988?: ‡b container (Ifor James, horn)

The word "Untiteled" is a misspelling; the bib record has "Morton Feldmans Untiteled [sic] Composition für Cello und Klavier":
nr9233567
100 1   Staub, Volker
670      Staub, V. Morton Feldmans Untiteled Composition für Cello und Klavier, 1992: ‡b t.p. (Volker Staub)


Citing Internet resources

The examples below are for informational purposes only. They do not indicate any prescriptive practice.

Contributors to this section of the NMP Handbook are Chuck Herrold, Mickey Koth, Mark Scharff, Sarah Shaw, and Terry Simkins.

See also Princeton's documentation

Citing a web site by name: Grove music online | Wikipedia | Virtual international authority file | Google books | academic sites | other examples | Citing multiple web sites | online library catalogs | genealogy and death indexes
Citing a web site by URL
Citing a location within a web site: Grove music online | academic sites | commercial sites | online journals and periodicals | other examples
Citing information found: citing variant forms | citing pages in parallel language versions | other examples


Citing a web site by name

Generally, cite web pages by giving the name of the page and the date it was consulted. The date is important, since web page contents can change from day to day. When citing the URL, follow the instructions given in the LC Descriptive Cataloging Manual (DCM) Section Z1, explained below.

The following construction is generally used to cite web pages:
"           WWW site, [date of search] ‡b ([data])"
     Note: It is not necessary to include the word "accessed" or the phrase "viewed on" before the date of search.

If the information is found on a subpage, cite the location:
"           WWW site, [date of search] :‡b [location] ([data])"

Adding "WWW site" to a citation for a resource that has the word "online" in its title or is known to be available only on the Web is unnecessary. However, using "WWW site" (           WWW site ...) is generally preferred to "WWW page," "home page," or "homepage." Examples using this form, reflecting past practice, appear in this document.

Grove music online

no2008028859
100 1   Herschkowitz, Philip, ‡d 1906-1989. ‡t Vesennie tsvety
670      Grove music online, Feb. 22, 2008 ‡b (Vesenniy tsvetï; (Spring flowers), pf, 1947)

When adding information to an authority record that cites Grove music online (or any Internet source), either add a second 670 field:

n 85367781
100 1   Dolukhanova, Zara, ‡d 1918-2007
670      Grove music online, Feb. 10, 2006 ‡b (Dolukhanova, Zara (Zarui) (Agas'yevna); b. Mar. 15, 1918, Moscow; Russian mezzo-soprano)
670      Grove music online, June 12, 2009 ‡b (Dolukhanova, Zara (Zarui) (Agas'yevna); b. Mar. 15, 1918, Moscow, d. Dec. 4, 2007, Moscow; Russian mezzo-soprano)

or add to the existing 670 field, with the date of the most recent viewing of the source:

Grove music online ‡b (accessed Mar. 7, 2003: [info]; accessed Nov. 21, 2008: [additional info])

Grove music online includes the full text of The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, 2nd ed., The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, and The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. To cite information found in entries marked with the word or , the following pattern may be used:

670      Grove music online, [date of search]: ‡b Opera ([data])

n 95078997
100 1   Rovère, Gilbert, ‡d 1939-2007
670      Grove music online, Jan. 3, 2008: ‡b Jazz (Rovère, Gilbert (Bibi); b. Aug. 29, 1939, Toulon, France; French double bass player)

Wikipedia

Wikipedia is a source that is known to be available only on the Web, and thus using "WWW site" in a citation for it is unnecessary.
n 2007082096
100 1   Rose, Axl, ‡d 1962-
670     Wikipedia, Nov. 15, 2007 ‡b (Axl Rose, W. Axl Rose, William Axl Rose, singer-songwriter, frontman of Guns n' Roses; b. Feb. 26, 1962, Lafayette, IN)

no2005105684
100 1   Butler, John, ‡d 1975-
670     Wikipedia, Mar. 21, 2008 ‡b (John Butler; b. Apr. 1, 1975, Torrance, Calif.; Australian musician having moved to Australia on 26 January 1986; leader of the John Butler Trio)

When the data is taken from a Wikipedia site in another language, that language precedes the name "Wikipedia":
n 85184925
100 1   Hübner, Wilhelm, ‡d 1915-2004
670     German Wikipedia, Apr. 7, 2008 ‡b (Wilhelm Hübner; b. Nov. 12, 1915, Prag; d. Jan. 30, 2004; German composer, conductor, and writer)

When the information is found within an article about a topic other than the heading being established or updated, cite the name of the article:
no20080502121
100 1   Berthold, Henry, ‡d 1933-1987
670      Wikipedia, Mar. 28, 2008: ‡b List of classical composers in East Germany (Henry Berthold; 1933-1987)

Virtual international authority file

n 2011026232
100 1   Günther, Ulrich, ‡d 1923-
670      VIAF, viewed Apr. 19, 2011 ‡b (hdg. in Deutsche Nationalbibliothek: Günther, Ulrich, 1923-)

no2002112706
100 1  Svéd, Sándor, ‡d 1906-1979
670      Virtual international authority file, June 1, 2011 ‡b (hdgs.: Svéd, Alexander, 1906-1979, Svéd, Alexander, 1904-1979, Svéd, Alexander, 1906- ; variant forms: Svéd, Alessandro, Svéd, Sándor, Svéd, Alessandro de)

Google books

There is no consensus about citing books viewed via Google books. A conversation via the PCC list considered whether or not it was even necessary to indicate that the book was not in hand but was viewed online.

This format, citing Google books first and then the book, has been used:
670 Google book search, [date of search]: ‡b [title proper of book], [date of publication]: p. ([data])
nr2007003858
110 2   New York Academy of Sacred Music
670      Google Book Search, via WWW, Feb. 23, 2007: ‡b Williams, H. Thomas Hastings, 2005, p. 100 (New York Academy of Sacred Music; choral soc. for the cultivation of sacred music; est. 1835, in NYC, by Thomas Hastings, et al.; gave concerts at the Broadway Tabernacle Church)

This format, citing the book first and then indicating that it was viewed online was used in a majority of authority records cited in an e-mail from Gary Strawn on Nov. 11, 2007:
670 [Title proper of book], [date of publication], via Google book search, [date of search]: ‡b ([data])

no2010021130
100 1   Panthès, Marie, ‡d 1871-1955
670      Boston Symphony Orchestra. Programme, v. 1907-1908, viewed on Google Books, Feb. 5, 2010: ‡b p. 1666 (Marie Panthès (Mrs. Kutner); b. Nov. 3, 1871, Odessa)

Academic web sites

no9962921
100 1   Nussbaum, Frederick, ‡c Mrs., ‡d 1887-1973
670      Gaylord Music Library WWW site, July 29, 1997 ‡b (Anna May Loewenstein Nussbaum; b. 1882?; d. Feb. 23, 1973; at least one item in library's collection of mss. and other materials shows usage: Anna May Loewenstein)

Other examples

nr200128397
100 1   Kollavik-Jensen, Curt
670      Ensemble Nord WWW site, July 17, 2001 ‡b (Curt Kollavik-Jensen, guitar; Curt Kollavik)

nr200145509
100 1   Leighton, Kenneth, ‡d 1929-1988. ‡t Sonatinas, ‡m piano, ‡n no. 1, op. 1a
670      Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) WWW site, Nov. 2, 2001 ‡b (Sonatina 1 opus 1a (1946))

The citation for the Internet movie database. Note that "WWW site" is not included:
no9822892
130  0  Cleopatra (Motion picture : 1963)
670      IMDb, Aug. 24, 2001 ‡b (Cleopatra (1963); also Cleopatra (1917), Cleopatra (1920), Cleopatra (1912), Cleopatra (1934))

The name of the web site includes "online" and thus "WWW site" in not included:
n2002067229
130  0  Concertino, ‡m harpsichords (2), ‡r G major
670      RISM A/II online ‡b (400014085, Concertino à due cembali))

no2001090755
100 1   Rautavaara, Einojuhani, ‡d 1928- ‡t Säännöllisiä yksikköjaksoja puolis äännöllisessä tilanteessa
670      Finnish Music Information Centre WWW site, Nov. 12, 2001 ‡b (Säännöllisiä yksikköjaksoja puolis äännöllisessä tilanteessa = Regular sets of elements in a semi-regular situation; orchestra, 1971)

no2001095894
110 2   Alien Ant Farm (Musical group)
670      All music guide WWW site, Dec. 4, 2001 ‡b (Alien Ant Farm; southern California alt-metal rock group, formed 1996)

no2011178553
All music guide changed its name to AllMusic:
110 2   Hurray for the Riff Raff (Musical group)
670      AllMusic WWW site, Nov. 17, 2011 ‡b (Hurray for the Riff Raff; New Orleans-based, indie folk band)

no9744270: from Princeton: "The formal presentation of the name of a corporate body on the body's own home page (i.e. at a Web site created or sponsored by that body), is tantamount to formal presentation on the chief source of one of the body's own publications."
110 2   Texas Music Educators Association
670      Texas Music Educators Association WWW Home page, Sept. 23, 1996 ‡b (Texas Music Educators Association; TMEA; est. 1920 as the Texas Band Teachers Association [no publ.])

no2001095933
110 2   York Theatre Company
670      York Theatre Company WWW site, Nov. 16, 2001 ‡b (York Theatre Company, New York, N.Y.; non-profit off-Broadway company dedicated to new musicals)

nr0023020
100 1   Freihofner, Philip
670      Philip Freihofner WWW site, July 17, 2000 ‡b (Philip Freihofner; oboist, composer, and music publisher)

no200118279
100 0   Mac Daddy, ‡d 1978-
670      Celebrity birthdays A2Z WWW site, Mar. 7, 2001 ‡b (Mac Daddy; real name: James Christopher Kelly; b. Aug. 11, 1978)

no2001072098
100 1   Mattson, Donald E., ‡d 1929-
670      California Military Museum WWW site, Sept. 10, 2001 ‡b (director, Brig. Gen. Donald E. Mattson)

Examples from blogs:
no2012135322
100 1   Bennett, Ruth ‡c (Harpist)
670      Writing from Merida, WWW site, October 15, 2012: ‡b Guest bloggers (Blog entry, May 10, 2010: Ruth Bennett, harpist; born in Whitstable, Britain; moved to United States at age 9; now lives full time in Merida [Mexico])

no 95046363
100 1   Velu, Charles ‡d 1920-2004
670      Seventh heaven blog, Sept. 24, 2012 ‡b (Christopher Charles Velu; b. Aug. 18, 1920, d. Sept. 10, 2004; organist and choirmaster at St. Thomas Cathedral, 1948-1970)

no2014014751
110 2  Golinski Brothers
670      YouTube, January 17, 2014: ‡b Golinski Brothers, Bloody (audio only) (Golinski Brothers; Bob Golinski, guitar; Dave Harries, vocals; Will Gibbs and Alan Bines, saxophone; Ollie Crook, bass; part of the Brighton punk scene) ‡u https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4l_SnqZ5FE

Citing multiple web sites

no200191418
100 1   Forsman, Alf
670      Cunniform Records WWW site, Nov. 8, 2001 ‡b (Affe Forsman)
670      Krakatau WWW site, Nov. 8, 2001 ‡b (Affe Forsman, drummer (of Sielun Veliet))
670      ECM WWW site, Nov. 8, 2001 ‡b (Alf Forsman, drums)
670      Suomijazz WWW site, Nov. 8, 2001 ‡b (Alf Forsman, drums)

A general phrase, such as "Internet, [date of search]" or "Google search, [date of search]" has been used to record various forms of usage across a number of web sites:
no2006121832
100 1   Enăchescu, Voicu, ‡d 1943-
670      Internet, Feb. 1, 2008 ‡b (surname principally spelled Enăchescu in Romanian language pages)

n 96063061
110 2   Moskovskaia khorovaia akademiia
670      Internet, Apr. 9, 2008: ‡b Russian language pages (Moskovskaia khorovaia akademiia; Moskovskaia khorovaia akademiia imeni A.V. Sveshnikova)

The search results from multiple web sites are included in a 667 field in this authority record. This specific search is also included:
no2005092492
100 1   Karthäuser, Sophie
667     Google search on "Sophie Karthauser," Feb. 15, 2006, yielded ca. 406 results; "Sophie Kartauser" yielded only 12, all referring to the Capriccio recording of the Myslivecek Passione di nostro Signore Gesu Christo cited as source for the Kartäuser spelling

The search results from multiple web sites are included in a 670 field in this authority record:
no2008080552
110 2   Z-kvartetten
670     Google search, May 30, 2008 ‡b (Z-kvartetten predominates as form of name on Swedish-language pages)

Online library catalogs

nr20022633
100 1  Munzinger, Eduard, ‡d 1831-1899
670     Swiss National Library catalog WWW site, Jan. 17, 2002 ‡b (hdgs.: Munzinger, Edouard; Munzinger, Eduard; usage: Edouard Munzinger, Eduard Munzinger, Ed. Munzinger, E. Munzinger)

nr0029156
100 1   Le Dhuy, Adolphe
670      Bibliothèque nationale de France WWW catalog, Sept. 12, 2000 ‡b (hdgs.: Le Dhuy, Adolphe; Ledhuy, Adolphe; predominant usage: Adolphe Le Dhuy; other usage: Adolphe Ledhuy; A. Le Dhuy)

Genealogy and death indexes

no9928910
100 1   Connor, William H., ‡d 1917-1993
670      Social Security death index WWW site, Apr. 24, 1999 ‡b (William Connor; b. July 27, 1917; d. July 23, 1993)

no9987575
100 1   Lawrence, Mike, ‡d 1945-1983
670      Ancestry.com WWW site, Dec. 7, 1999: ‡b Social Security death index (Michael Lawrence; b. Dec. 3, 1945; d. Jan. 1983)

no9987016
100 1   Rohland, Cora D.
670      FamilySearch int. geneal. index WWW site, Apr. 2, 2001 ‡b (Cora Dolbee; b. Oct. 23, 1856, Sagadahoc, Me.; m. Charles B. Rohland, Jul. 9, 1879, St. Louis)


Citing a web site by URL

The February 2008 revision of the LC Descriptive Cataloging Manual (DCM) Section Z1, p. 6 of the 670 section) includes the following:
"Catalogers may optionally provide a uniform resource identifier (URI) in the 670 citation to link to the cited resource if it contains significant information related to the established heading that cannot be cited succinctly in the authority record. Note that use of a URI in the 670 ‡u does not take the place of the requirement to cite relevant data in subfields ‡a and ‡b of the 670 field needed to support the heading or references (this information will continue to be available if the site changes or disappears). ... If a URI is included, it must be given in subfield ‡u."

no2006015137
100 1   Boccherini, Luigi, ‡d 1743-1805. ‡t Works. ‡f 2005
670     Luigi Boccherini. Opera omnia, WWW site, Feb. 10, 2006 ‡b (Opera omnia. 45 volumes projected) ‡u http://www.luigiboccherini.com/

no2005092492
100 1   Karthäuser, Sophie
670     WWW page of artist management firm Pelléas Artists, viewed Feb. 15, 2006 ‡b (Sophie Karthäuser, soprano) ‡u http://www.pelleas-artists.com/artistes/karthauser.htm


Citing a location within a web site

When the only source of the information is in the HTML coding <title> field, it can be cited as:
no2008107141
100 1   Musselman, Daniel
670     Music of Daniel Musselman WWW site, July 24, 2008 ‡b (Daniel Musselman) HTML header (Daniel Musselman, composer, doctoral candidate at the University of Kansas)

Other locations within the header tags may also be cited:
no2005076405
110 2   Rutgers University. ‡b Wind Ensemble
670     The Rutgers Wind Ensemble WWW page, Aug. 17, 2005: ‡b HTML meta name (Rutgers University Wind Ensemble) HTML title (Rutgers University Wind Ensemble)

Generally include indication of subpage only when it would not be obvious where the information would be found.
nr200131703
100 1   Robinson, John H. ‡q (John Henry), ‡d 1945-
670     The Lute Society WWW site, Aug. 7, 2001: ‡b Publications and other services (John Robinson; John H. Robinson)

When citing subsequent subpages, capitalize the first word of the title of each subpage and separate the titles with a semicolon:
"           WWW site, [date of search] :‡b [Title of subpage]; [Title of subpage]; [Title of subpage] ([data])"
nr200128928
100 1   Brouwer, Leo, ‡d 1939- ‡t Concertos, ‡m guitar, orchestra, ‡n no. 1
670      Classical Music on the Web WWW site, July 20, 2001: ‡b Composer profiles; Non-British Composer pages (Leo Brouwer; Concerto no. 1 for guitar and orchestra)

When information about a composer's work found on the composer's web site in included in a subpage which is linked to with a label such as "works" or "compositions," it is not necessary to cite that location. Citing the information found is sufficient:
Even though the information is found on the subpage

Citing the subpage's title
670      [Name of composer's web site] WWW site, [date of search]: ‡b Works ([data])
670      [Name of composer's web site] WWW site, [date of search] ‡b ([data])

nr200145509
100 1   Leighton, Kenneth, ‡d 1929-1988. ‡t Sonatinas, ‡m piano, ‡n no. 1, op. 1a
670      Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) WWW site, Nov. 2, 2001: ‡b Piano/piano duet/two pianos/harpsichord (Sonatina 1 opus 1a (1946))
This is sufficient for indicating the information:
670      Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) WWW site, Nov. 2, 2001 ‡b (Sonatina 1 opus 1a (1946))

When it is not possible for a page from which the information is cited to be retrieved easily by others, either because there is no search function for the site or because there is no navigational means of finding the page, include the URL in ‡u following the information cited:
no2005084810
100 1   Pichierri, Louis, ‡d 1917-1972
670      Rhode Island Civic Chorale and Orchestra WWW site, Apr. 5, 2011: ‡b (Louis Pichierri; b. Sept. 17, 1917, Burlington, Vt., d. July 12, 1972)
‡u http://www.ricco.org/Our_Founder.htm

Locations within Grove music online

Citing a location within Grove music online is required only when the information is not found where one would expect to find it. These examples are similar to the second example in the section on citing reference sources and databases where the information about a composer is found in an article for the entire family.
n7972787
100 1   Lully, Jean-Baptiste, ‡d 1632-1687
670      Grove music online WWW site, Feb. 22, 2001 ‡b (under Lully: Jean-Baptiste Lully (Lulli, Giovanni Battista); b. Nov. 29, 1632, Florence, d. Mar. 22, 1687, Paris; composer, dancer and instrumentalist of Italian birth)

n8015507
100 1   Stamitz, Karl, ‡d 1745-1801
670      Grove music online WWW site, Aug. 1, 2001 ‡b (under Stamitz: Carl (Philipp) Stamitz; b. Mannheim, bapt. May 8, 1745, d. Nov. 9, 1801, Jena; composer and violinist, viola player and viola d'amore player)

Locations within academic sites

nr2001026660
100 1   Bosch, Ben van den. ‡t Entstehung und Entwicklung der Posaunenarbeit der Brüdergemeinen in Deutschland und in aller Welt. ‡l English
670      William and Gayle Cook Music Library WWW site, July 6, 2001: ‡b Historic brass bibliography, 1988-96: letters R-S (Die Entstehung und Entwicklung der Posaunenarbeit der Brüdergemeinen in Deutschland und in aller Welt)

n87903526
100 1   Palm-Beulich, Helga-Maria
670      University of Music and Dramatic Arts Mozarteum Salzburg WWW site, Feb. 12, 1999: ‡b Hochschullehrer; Gesamtübersicht (Palm-Beulich, Helga-Maria; b. Mar. 16, 1954, Nürnberg)

no20010901
100 1   Baldassarre, Antonio
670      Universität Zürich, Musikwissenschaftliches Institut WWW page, Jan. 4, 2001: ‡b Mitarbeiter (lic. phil. Antonio Baldassarre, Assistent)

nr200139796
100 1   Taylor, Jeffrey James
670      The Conservatory of Music of Brooklyn College WWW site, Oct. 1, 2001: ‡b Faculty & staff (Jeffrey Taylor, professor, history, musicology; BA Carleton College, MA, Ph. D., University of Michigan; published books and articles on jazz of 1920s-30s and transcriptions of jazz piano performances)

nr0019506
100 1   Myers, Richard, ‡d 1929-
670      University at Buffalo, Department of Music WWW site, June 13, 2000: ‡b Faculty and staff (Richard Myers; lecturer, trombone)

nr0034857
100 1   Gresham, W. Jonathan
670      Northern Kentucky University Music Department WWW site, Nov. 3, 2000: ‡b Faculty (W. Jonathan Gresham; Jon Gresham)

Locations within commercial sites

no200191590
130  0  Références (EMI Classics (Firm))
670      EMI Classics WWW homepage, Nov. 5, 2001: ‡b Catalogue (series: Références)

nr200126125
100 1   Zácek, Jan, ‡d 1957-
670      Fermate WWW site, July 3, 2001: ‡b New CDs (Jan Zacek, guitar; b. 1957, Prague)

nr200127642
100 1   Grisoni, Renato. ‡t Preludes, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 1
670      Pizzicato Edizioni Musicali WWW site, July 12, 2001: ‡b Katalog, Klavier (Grisoni Renato, 24 preludi op. 1)

n 83162782
100 1   Allen, Betty, ‡d 1927-2009
670     New York times WWW site, June 26, 2009, ‡b (in obituary published June 25: Betty Allen; b. Elizabeth Louise Allen, Mar. 17, 1927, Campbell, Ohio; known as Betty Lou; d. Monday [June 22, 2009], Valhalla, N.Y., aged 82)

nr200143678
100 1   Ballabeni, Franco, ‡d 1957-
670      Harrassowitz WWW site, Oct. 24, 2001: ‡b New classical music title index (Ballabeni, Franco, 1957-)

nr200149448
100 1   Vítores, José, ‡d 1962-
670      Verlag Neue Musik/Edition Margaux WWW site, Nov. 29, 2001: ‡b Autorenverzeichnis (Vítores, José; b. 1962)

nr0035343
100 1   Procaccioli, Stefano, ‡d 1960-
670      TauKay Edizioni Musicali WWW site, Nov. 8, 2000: ‡b Compositori (Stefano Procaccioli; b. 1960, Treviso)

nr0035994
100 1   Battistoni, Enrico
670      Clivis Publicacions WWW site, Nov. 14, 2000: ‡b Cataleg; Instruments de tecla (BATTISTONI, Enrico)

nr0027034
100 1   Manduca, Mark
670      Manduca Music Publications WWW site, Aug. 23, 2000: ‡b Brass (Mark Manduca; trombonist-composer)

no9983112
100 1   Zimmermann, Ewald, ‡d 1910-1998
670      Henle-Verlag WWW Site, Nov. 16, 1999: ‡b Informationen (Ewald Zimmermann; d. 1998)

no9849786
100 1   Kilby, Cody
670      Rebel Records WWW home page, Jan. 28, 1998 ‡b (under New releases: Cody Kilby; 16-year-old guitar, mandolin, and banjo player from Cowan, TN)

no9921606
100 1   Cardoso, Berta, ‡d 1911-1997
670      Discoteca do Carmo WWW home page, Mar. 26, 1999: ‡b Artistas (Berta Cardoso; fadista)

Locations within online journals and periodicals

no9877783
100 1   Knouse, Nola Reed
670      Current musicology WWW site, July 6, 2001: ‡b Tables of contents from past issues (Nola Reed Knouse; Joseph Riepel and the emerging theory of form in the eighteenth century)

no0077234
100 1   Heyer, Hermann, ‡d 1898-1982
670      Hochschule für Musik und Theater "Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy" Leipzig WWW site, Sept. 21, 2000: ‡b MT-Journal, Nr. 5, article 3 (Hermann Heyer; b. July 17, 1898, Leipzig; d. Dec. 11, 1982, Wangen (Allgau); professor of musicology)

no9926256
100 1   Davis, Vest, ‡d 1890-1988
670      St. Louis Post-Dispatch Postnet WWW site, Apr. 14, 1999: ‡b Archives, Jan. 23, 1988 (Vest Davis; b. Mar. 15, 1890, Hornersville, Mo.; d. Thursday, [Jan. 21, 1988], Springfield, Mo., at age of 97; retired English teacher, author)

no0052753
100 1   Brink, Guido, ‡d 1968-
670      European music journal WWW site, July 25, 2000: ‡b Musikunterricht, Brink/Kopiez, Autoren (Guido Brink; b. 1968)

Other examples

n89625050
100 1   Berger, Michel, ‡d 1947-1992
670      Lexis-Nexis database, Apr. 3, 2001: ‡b The independent [London], Aug. 10, 1992, p. 21 (Michel Hamburger (Michel Berger); b. 1947, Paris, d. Aug. 3, 1992, Saint Tropez, France; singer, songwriter)

nr200150885
100 1   Kennedy, Martin, ‡d 1978-
670      ASCAP WWW site, Dec. 7, 2001: ‡b Winners of The ASCAP Foundation Morton Gould Young Composers Awards for 1998 (Martin Kennedy; b. 1978, Wakefield, England; graduated from Central High School in Tuscaloosa, AL; student at Indiana University)

no9876066
100 1   Lyons, George ‡c (Harpist)
670      Ragtime WWW Home page, Apr. 1, 1998: ‡b Sheet music covers page (George Lyons; harpist, composer; part of vaudeville duo Lyons & Yosco)

no9884941
100 1   Delchevalerie, Charles, ‡d 1872-1950
670      Wallonie en ligne WWW Homepage, May 12, 1998: ‡b Carlier, P. La Wallonie à la recherche d'une féte nationale, footnote 18 (Charles Delchevalerie; b. 1872, Couillet; d. Liège, 1950; Belgian journalist)

n85116935
100 1   Saary, Margareta
670      Netscape People finder WWW site, Feb. 15, 2000: ‡b Austria (Saary Margareta Dr., Wien; search on "Margarete Saary" yielded no hits)

nr005035
130  0  Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt. ‡t Kataloge der Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt. ‡n X, ‡p Historischen Tonträger
670      Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt WWW site, Mar. 1, 2000: ‡b Veröffentlichungen der UBEI (A, Kataloge der Universitätsbibliothek Eichstätt. X, Die historischen Tonträger; the work cat is listed as "Band 1").

no2001018601
100 0   Chops ‡c (Rapper)
670      Asiatic theory online WWW site, Mar. 8, 2001: ‡b Mountain Brothers (Chops (Scott Jung); rapper)

n8365283
100 1   Lyons, Graham, ‡d 1936-
670      Classical music on the Web WWW site, July 24, 2001: ‡b Composer profiles; British light music composers; Garland 55 (Graham Lyons; born 1936; composes works for students learning wind instruments, primarily clarinet pieces)

n85161543
100 1   Barnes, Milton
670      Canadian Music Centre WWW site, Mar. 23, 2001: ‡b Directory of associate composers (Milton Barnes; 1931-2001; d. Toronto; Feb. 27, 2001)

nr944785
110 2   Anonymous 4 (Musical group)
670      AMG all classical guide WWW site, May 21, 2001 ‡b (under Anonymous 4: female vocal quartet; formed in 1986; members, Marsha Genensky, Susan Hellauer, Jacqueline Horner, Johanna Maria Rose)

no9440278
100 1   Dijk, Pieter van, ‡d 1958-
670      Organfestival Holland WWW homepage, July 30, 2001 ‡b (under People: Pieter van Dijk, b. 1958; professor for organ at the Conservatory of Amsterdam and at the Hamburg "Hochschule für Musik und Theater")

no9876778
100 1   Campbell, William, ‡d 1926-2011
670      Internet Movie Database WWW site, Apr. 3, 1998 ‡b (under Cast/crew name search: William Campbell (I); b. Oct. 30, 1926, Newark, NJ; film and television actor)

no0025908
100 1   Fernandez, Jose, ‡d 1948-1994
670      Fame, the musical WWW site, Apr. 12, 2000: ‡b Biographies (Jose Fernandez; b. Aug. 19, 1948, Havana, Cuba; d. Jan. 8, 1994; actor, writer)

nr9924929
100 1   Rudolph, Glenn L., ‡d 1951-
670      Glenn L. Rudolph WWW site, Aug. 5, 1999: ‡b Biography (Glenn Rudolph; b. 1951, Miami, Fla.)

nr200118864
100 1   Weiner, Howard, ‡d 1952-
670      Harp events WWW site, May 17, 2001: ‡b Authorized bibliographies (Howard Weiner; b. 1952, Chicago; trombonist)

n99272311
100 1   Sørensen, Bent, ‡d 1958- ‡t Sirenengesang
670      Danish Music Information Centre WWW site, Dec. 4, 2001: ‡b Composers and works; Sørensen, Bent (Chamber ensemble. Sirenengesang (1994-1994))


Citing information found

Citing variant forms

nr0034857
100 1   Gresham, W. Jonathan
670      Northern Kentucky University Music Department WWW site, Nov. 3, 2000: ‡b faculty (W. Jonathan Gresham; Jon Gresham)

Citing pages in parallel language versions

The Dutch version is the front page of this site; the English version is a link from the front page. Thus only the location of the English language information is given.
no200338000
110 2  Nederlands Concertkoor
670    Nederlands Concertkoor WWW site, Apr. 15, 2003 ‡b (Nederlands Concertkoor (NCK)) English version (Netherlands Concert Choir; founded 1987)

Neither Chinese nor English are the front page of this site; both are links from the front page, thus the location of both Chinese and English information is given.
no200335521
110 2  Shanghai guan buo jiao xiang yue tuan
670     Shanghai Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra WWW site, Apr. 8, 2003: ‡b English version (Shanghai Broadcasting Symphony Orchestra) Chinese version (Shanghai guan buo jiao xiang yue tuan)

no976558
110 2   Sankt-Peterburgskaia gosudarstvennaia konservatoriia im. N.A. Rimskogo-Korsakova. ‡b Chamber Orchestra
675     Sankt-Peterburgskaia gosudarstvennaia konservatoriia imeni N.A. Rimskogo-Korsakova WWW site, Mar. 9, 2001 ‡b (Russian version "under construction"; no specific citation for the chamber orchestra in English site)

Other examples

no9962921
100 1   Nussbaum, Frederick, ‡c Mrs., ‡d 1887-1973
670      Gaylord Music Library WWW Home page, July 29, 1997 ‡b (Anna May Loewenstein Nussbaum; b. 1882?; d. Feb. 23, 1973; at least one item in library's collection of mss. and other materials shows usage: Anna May Loewenstein)

no9843128
100 1   Werner Josten Library
670      Werner Josten Library WWW home page, Jan. 26, 1998 ‡b (title: Werner Josten Library; variant forms: Werner Josten Library for the Performing Arts; Josten Library)

nr200132197
100 1   Bazzotti, Marco, ‡d 1964-
670      Marco Bazzotti WWW homepage, Aug. 9, 2001 ‡b (b. 1964, Milan, Italy; guitarist; also studied physics)


Capitalization of key, opus, and number

Key:

In German, D in Dur and M in Moll are capitalized. In major, the key is capitalized: D-Dur, but not in minor: a-Moll. In English, the key is capitalized, but not the mode: A major, D minor. In other languages, neither is capitalized: fa majeur, sol mineur.

nr9227273
100 1   Schumann, Robert, ‡d 1810-1856. ‡t Concertos, ‡m cello, orchestra, ‡n op. 129, ‡r A minor
670      Schumann, R. Symphonie Nr. 2 C-Dur op. 61 [SR] p1986: ‡b label (Konzert für Violoncello und Orchester a-Moll, op. 129)

nr9312085
100 1   Rheinberger, Josef, ‡d 1839-1901. ‡t Masses, ‡n op. 155, ‡r E♭ major
670      Rheinberger, J. Messe in Es op. 155, 1989: ‡b t.p. (Messe in Es op. 155 : Reginae St. i Rosarii)

D in dur is not capitalized because it is not in German:
nr9237824
100 1   Drápela, Emil
670      Neruda, J.B.G. Koncert C dur pro fagot a smycce, 1990: ‡b t.p. (Emil Drápela)

nr9341925
100 1   Leisinger, Ulrich
670      Bach, C.P.E. Concerto in A minor (Wq 166, H 431) for flute, strings and basso continuo, c1992: ‡b caption (Ulrich Leisinger)

nr9131807
100 1   Vento, Mattia, ‡d 1735-1776
670      Vento, M. Sonata per cembalo in sol maggiore, 1973?: ‡b cover (M. Vento)

Opus:

In German, opus is capitalized when spelled out, but not when abbreviated: Opus, op. In other languages, neither is capitalized.

nr9224585
100 1   Schumann, Robert, ‡d 1810-1856. ‡t Fugues, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 72
670      Schumann, R. Vier Fugen Opus 72, c1984.

nr9324025
100 1   Schoenberg, Arnold, ‡d 1874-1951. ‡t Trio, ‡m strings, ‡n op. 45
670      Schoenberg, A. String trio opus 45, 1988.

nr9227273
100 1   Schumann, Robert, ‡d 1810-1856. ‡t Concertos, ‡m cello, orchestra, ‡n op. 129, ‡r A minor
670      Schumann, R. Symphonies Nr. 2 C-Dur op. 61 [SR] p1986: ‡b label (Konzert für Violoncello und Orchester a-Moll, op. 129)

Number:

In German, number and its abbreviations are capitalized: Number, Nr., No. In other languages, it is not: number, no., nr.

nr9226876
100 1   Kaiser, Norbert
670      Bambaro, V. Duo concertant für zwei Klarinetten op. 3, Nr. 1, c1991: ‡b t.p. (Norbert Kaiser)

nr924795
100 1   Schuberth, Carl, ‡d 1811-1863
670      Schuberth, C. Quartet No. IV für 2 Violinen, Viola & Violoncello, op. 40, 1863: ‡b cover (Carl Schuberth)

nr932564
100 1   Blavet, Michel, ‡d 1700-1768. ‡t Sonates mélées de pièces. ‡p Chauvet
670      Blavet, M. Sonata in D major op. 2 no. 2, c1991.


Communications with people

Conversations in person:

nr914461
9
100 1   Earnest, Jeffrey, ‡d 1944-
670      Conversation with author, Dec. 12, 1991 ‡b (Jeffrey Earnest; b. 1944)

nr9227264
100 1   Slocum, Brad, ‡d 1947-
670      Slocum, B. Improvisation for oboe and piano, 1991: ‡b caption (Brad Slocum)
670      Conversation with composer, July 21, 1992 ‡b (Brad Slocum; b. 1947)

no882134
100 1   Elliott, Richard, ‡d 1957-
670      Craigheadisms, 1988: ‡b t.p. (Rick Elliott)
670      Conversation with R. Elliott, Aug. 2, 1988 ‡b (Richard Elliott is full and preferred form of name; b. Feb. 8, 1957)

Telephone calls:

nr9217438
100 1   Kramer, Karl, ‡d 1957-
670      Eval'd, V.V. Quintet #4 in A-flat major, opus 8, c1990: ‡b p. 2 of cover (Karl Kramer)
670      Phone call to K. Kramer, May 5, 1992 ‡b (Karl Kramer; b. Mar. 14, 1957; tuba player, arranger, and teacher; member of Brass Ring)

nr925557
100 1   Frohnmayer, Ellen Phillips
670      The flowering of English song [SR] p1990: ‡b label (Ellen Phillips, soprano) container (Ellen Frohnmayer, soprano)
670      Phone call to E. Frohnmayer, June 13, 1991 ‡b (Stage name is Ellen Phillips Frohnmayer; Ellen Phillips is a variant name)

E-mail correspondence:

no913426
100 1   Kosovsky, Robert
670      Electronic communication, Sept. 20, 1991 ‡b (Bob Kosovsky, New York Public Library, Music Division)

nr925559
110 2   Music Guild at Stanford
670      Communication from the Director of the Music Guild, Apr. 7, 1992 ‡b (Properly called the Music Guild at Stanford)


663 field

The 663 field is for complex see also reference–name when the reference is more complex than can be conveyed solely through the contents of one or more 5XX fields.

no2003045319
100 1   Lincoln, Harry J., ‡d 1878-1937
663      For works of this composer entered under other names, search also under: ‡b Jay, Harry, 1878-1937 ‡b Crosby, Ben E., 1878-1937 ‡b Losch, Abe, 1878-1937 ‡b Vandersloot, Carl D., 1878-1937.

no 95022742
100 1   Gobbaerts, L. ‡q (Louis), ‡d 1835-1886
663      For works of this author entered under other names, search also under ‡b Ludovic, G., 1835-1886 ‡a and ‡b Streabbog, L. (Louis), 1835-1886

no 98080965
100 1   Streabbog, L. ‡q (Louis), ‡d 1835-1886
663      Works by this author are entered under the name used in the item. For a listing of other names used by this author, search also under ‡b Gobbaerts, L. (Louis), 1835-1886

no 98080974
100 1   Ludovic, G., ‡d 1835-1886
663      Works by this author are entered under the name used in the item. For a listing of other names used by this author, search also under ‡b Gobbaerts, L. (Louis), 1835-1886


Examples of 667 and 675 fields

667 field: Non-public general note

Name NARs

n84800020
100 1   Bosseur, Jean-Yves
667      Old catalog heading: Bosseur, Jean Yves

The 667 field was added to the existing LC record to correspond to the 667 field included in the new NACO record:
n83178669
100 1   Haas, Karl
667      Do not confuse with the conductor and musicologist: Haas, Karl, 1900-1970

no885907
100 1   Haas, Karl, ‡d 1900-1970
667      Do not confuse with the radio personality and writer on music: Haas, Karl

The 667 fields were added to point out a possible confusion between the father and son, both of whom wrote and edited music:
no9014707
100 1   Hellmesberger, Joseph, ‡d 1828-1893
667      Do not confuse with: Hellmesberger, Joseph, 1855-1907

no9014525
100 1   Hellmesberger, Joseph, ‡d 1855-1907
667      Do not confuse with: Hellmesberger, Joseph, 1828-1893

no2005092492
100    Karthäuser, Sophie
667     Google search on "Sophie Karthauser," Feb. 15, 2006, yielded ca. 406 results; "Sophie Kartauser" yielded only 12, all referring to the Capriccio recording of the Myslivecek Passione di nostro Signore Gesu Christo cited as source for the Kartäuser spelling.

n 83013643
100    Hartke, Stephen, ‡d 1952-
667     Previous AACR2 hdg.: Hartke, Stephen Paul. Usage in composer's published scores is almost exclusively Stephen Hartke.

n 2009023174
100    Clark, Alan ‡q (N. Alan)
667     Previously entered under Clark, Alan, composer

Name-title NARs: form of heading

n7989415
100 1   Gabrieli, Giovanni, ‡d approximately 1554-1612. ‡t Sacrae symphoniae
667      Use this uniform title for 1597 publication; use Symphoniae sacrae for 1616 publication.

no9547068
100 1   Copland, Aaron, ‡d 1900-1990. ‡t Red pony. ‡p Suite
667      Use for orchestral suite.

no2008070344
100 1   Binkerd, Gordon, ‡d 1916-2003. ‡t Memorial
667      Uniform title chosen as being better-known in the same language.

no2006104190
130  0 Mouvements du coeur
667     This is the heading for the complete cycle; enter individual songs under their respective composers

no2007032509
100    Harrison, Lou, ‡d 1917-2003. ‡t New first suite
667     Treated as independent work as per 25.25A, fn. 9
670     Alves, B. Works list of Lou Harrison, WWW site, Mar. 23, 2007 ‡b (1995. New first suite for strings, for string orchestra; rev. of First suite for strings (1947-48)) ‡u http://www2.hmc.edu/~alves/harrisonworks.html

no2006090984
100    Willaert, Adrian, ‡d 1490?-1562. ‡t In convertendo
667     Because the 1550 publication in which this motet appears is a collection and not a work, the motet is treated as an independent work

no2006048498
100    German, Edward, ‡d 1862-1936. ‡t Henry VIII. ‡p Shepherds' dance
667     Use [Henry VIII. Shepherds' dance] for the original incidental music (for orchestra), and [Henry VIII. Shepherds' dance; arr.] for partsong, organ arr., and other versions.

Name-title NARs: initial title element

no2009160858
100    Scherer, Sebastian Anton, ‡d 1631-1712. ‡t Intonations and toccatas, ‡m keyboard instrument, ‡n op. 2
667     Title formulated per 25.27C1b

n 94015772
100    Roussel, Albert, ‡d 1869-1937. ‡t Concert
667     Since the French word "Concert" does not mean "Concerto," the title is considered distinctive.

no2009019996
100    Cage, John. ‡t Quartets, ‡m orchestra
667     Initial title element chosen according to LCRI 25.27A1, fn. 10; medium of performance is required to distinguish this work from the composer's quartets for various groups of 4 instruments, as per 25.35B1

Name-title NARs: medium of performance

n9733714
100 1   Rubinstein, Anton, ‡d 1829-1894. ‡t Symphonies, ‡n no. 2, op. 42, ‡r C major ‡n (1880)
667      AACR2 25.27B1 applied.

n 89606949
100    Harper, Edward, ‡d 1941-2009. ‡t Fantasias, ‡n no. 3
667     Fantasias are for different media; thus medium omitted from uniform title.

no2009126356
100    Durón, Sebastián, ‡d 1660-1716. ‡t Taedet animam meam, ‡m voices, instrumental ensemble
667     Provisional; reference sources have conflicting information. If the 8 voice Taedet is a different work, possibly use [Taedet animam meam, voices, continuo]

no2008074146
100    Weber, Carl Maria von, ‡d 1786-1826. ‡t Se il mio ben, ‡m altos (2), clarinet, horns (2), violins (2), viola, cello, double bass
667     For version with 2 sopranos and piano, use: Duets, sopranos, piano, op. 31. Se il mio ben

Name-title NARs: key

This 670 cites the item being cataloged as giving the key, but it isn't used in the uniform title.
n2003085843
100    Boughton, Rutland, ‡d 1878-1960. ‡t Concertos, ‡m flute, string orchestra
667     None of the printed eds. in OCLC state the key.

Name-title NARs: numbering

nr9412871
100 1   Hummel, Johann Nepomuk, ‡d 1778-1837. ‡t Sonatas, ‡m piano, ‡n op. 20, ‡r F minor
667      Serial numbering deferred.
670      Hummel, J.N. Sonate no. 2 pour le piano forte, oeuvre 20, 1824.

n 94053153
100 1   La Barre, Michel de, ‡d approximately 1675-1745. ‡t Suites, ‡m flutes (2)
667      The original serial numbering ends with the 11th suite (cf. New Grove and 89-754926). Higher numbers are editorial in origin.

nr9233455
100 1   Handel, George Frideric, ‡d 1685-1759. ‡t Quel fior che all'alba ride, ‡n HWV 154
667      Owing to complexity of mediums in cantata settings of this text, use only HWV nos. in uniform titles.

no2007124541
100    Lallouette, Jean François, ‡d 1651-1728. ‡t Motets, ‡n book 1
667     No other books pubd.; qualifier added to distinguish this set from 6 motets, 3vv, bc, in Bibliothèque nationale de France

Numbering in a part of a larger work
n200522741
100 0    Annibale, Padovano, ‡d 1527-1575. ‡t Ricercars, ‡m voices (4). ‡n No. 1-4
667      Authority record designated provisional because the particular problems of formulating the headings for the parts of this work are not specifically addressed in AACR2

Name-title NARs: Other

n 82001178
100 1   Liszt, Franz, ‡d 1811-1886. ‡t Episoden aus Lenau's Faust. ‡p Tanz in der Dorfschenke
667      Until the chronology is firmly established, consider the piano version to be an arrangement.

675 field: Sources not found

nr9144763
100 1   Herbert, J. B. ‡q (John Bunyan), ‡d 1852-1927
675      New Grove dict. of Amer. mus.; ‡a Grove's dict. of mus. and musicians, 3rd ed.; ‡a Baker, 7th ed.; ‡a Baker, 4th ed.


PVRs (Previously verified records)

In regard to editing existing 670 fields, Carolyn Sturtevant stated this in an e-mail to the PCC list on May 20, 2002: "It's valid to add more information to a 670 citation if you have the same item in hand."

The bolded areas represent the changes made to the existing records.

Personal name: 670 fields indicating the sources for references added to a personal name record must be included.
nr9118699
100 1   Parsley, Osbert, ‡d 1511-1585
400 1   Parsley, Osberto, ‡d 1511-1585
400 1   Parslye, Osbert, ‡d 1511-1585
670      University of St. Andrews. Renaissance Group. Music of light and shadow [SR] p1982: ‡b container (Osbert Parsley, 1511-1585)
670      New Grove ‡b (Parsley, Osbert; b. 1511, d. 1585, Norwich; composer and singer; memorial tablet in Norwich Cathedral has Osberto Parsley)
670      The Oxford Music School collection at the Bodleian Library, Oxford, c1979: ‡b p. 35 (Parslye, Osbert)

Corporate name: 670 fields indicating the sources for references added to a corporate name record must be included.
nr895035
110 2   Niederaltaicher Scholaren
410 2   Niederaltaich Scholars
670      Suddeutsche Mehrchorigkeit um 1600 [SR] p1980: ‡b label (Niederaltaicher Scholaren) container (instrumental early music group; mostly alumni of Gymnasium der Benediktiner, Niederaltaich)
670      Gastoldi, G.G. 5 balletti for singing, playing, and dancing [SR] 1987: ‡b label (Niederaltaich Scholars)

Name/uniform title: 670 fields indicating the sources for references added to a name/title record are not included.
no893045
100 1   Beethoven, Ludwig van, ‡d 1770-1827. ‡t Ruinen von Athen
400 1   Beethoven, Ludwig van, ‡d 1770-1827. ‡t Ruines d'Athènes
400 1   Beethoven, Ludwig van, ‡d 1770-1827. ‡t Ruins of Athens
670      Beethoven, L. Ruines d'Athènes ; et, Le roi Estienne, 1846?
670      LC database, Mar. 1, 1989 ‡b (hdg.: Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827. Ruinen von Athen)


Reporting duplicate authority records to LC

Multiple authority records that improperly represent the same person or work should be reported to LC. These may be records with duplicate headings or records with different headings that nonetheless identify the same person and that do not represent situations where "multiple bibliographic identities" are warranted.

A decision as to which authority record to retain and which to cancel should be made by the NMP participant. Unless there are other factors involved, the decision will generally be accepted by LC. Generally:

Transfer as much relevant and useful data, including varying forms of headings (references), from the record to be deleted to the record to be retained as the OCLC validation software will allow and then replace the record. (Only LC can add the LCCN of the record to be deleted to the 010 field of the record to be retained.)

Once you have replaced the authority record that is to be retained, do not report the duplicate record until the following work day, as the revised version of the record will not arrive at LC until then. This will ensure that when LC adds the cancelled LCCN to the record or makes any other changes, they will be working with the revised record and your changes will not be overlaid.

The validation software does not allow replacing a name record containing a 4XX field that normalizes to a form matching a 1XX in another authority record. If the 1XX in the record to be deleted would be a legitimate reference in the record to be retained, do not add it. Make all changes that can be done, replace the record to be retained, and wait one working day to notify LC. Then, when reporting the duplicate LCCN, request that the the 1XX in the duplicate record be added as a 4XX to the surviving record.

When reporting a duplicate record, the following information should be sent to the LC NACO-Music liaison (nacomus@loc.gov):


Modifying machine-derived authority records (MDARs)

by Deta S. Davis, Library of Congress
Updated by Michelle Koth

When modifying machine-derived authority records (MDARs) treat them just like any other name authority record. Please observe the following points:

General

Incorrect headings and duplicate MDARs/NARs


Procedures for removing a person from an undifferentiated name heading

by A. Ralph Papakhian

You may alter the NAR for the undifferentiated heading as necessary. In some cases, you will be changing the undifferentiated heading into a "differentiated" one. In other cases, the heading will remain undifferentiated, but you will delete information relative to someone who is now differentiated. So, for example, if a heading represents four different people and you want to remove the violinist from among them (either by providing a date or by utilizing the ‡c qualifier for violinist), then simply delete the fields in the NAR related to the violinist. Delete any information pertaining to the musician from the 675 note, if it is possible to determine which sources apply to the musician. If the heading represents only two people, and you are going to differentiate them, then you would delete the 670s from the existing heading and change the fixed field coding as necessary while also making the new NAR. In both situations, existing DLC/DLC bib records could be involved, so you must search for those and report them for BFM.

If a library is not yet independent, any change along the lines described above would be reported to the coordinator before contribution. Once independent, the library can make the necessary changes to the NARs and then report the change to LC at the following e-mail address: nacomus@loc.gov.

New procedure as of July 23, 2001 as per the revision of DCM Z1 (yellow pages):

When removing a name from an undifferentiated name record to create a new and unique record, include a 667 field saying "Formerly on undifferentiated name record:" and supply the LCCN of the record from which it was removed.

New procedures as of January 7, 2014 as per the revision of DCM 008/32 Undifferentiated personal name:


To facilitate searching LCCNs in 667 fields in OCLC, format the LCCN following these guidelines from OCLC:
type of prefix:
type of year:
add spaces?
examples
1 character prefix ("n")
1 character prefix ("n")
2 character prefix ("nb," "no," "nr")
2 character prefix ("nb," "no," "nr")    
2 digit year     
4 digit year
2 digit year
4 digit year
add 2 spaces    
add 1 space
add 1 space
add no spaces
n_ _85204041
n_2005035179
nr_99012578
no2007016671

no2008061867
100 1   Young, James, ‡d 1980-
667      Formerly on undifferentiated name record: no2006009312

n 2008015019
100 1   Kirby, Paul H., ‡d 1946-
667      Formerly on undifferentiated name record: n_ _95114066

n 2008016439
100 1   Golden, John, ‡d 1941-
667      Formerly on undifferentiated name record: no_98052776


Procedures for adding a death date to a heading with an open date

Basic instructions || Other changes that may be made to headings when adding death dates
Updating a heading coded AACR2 | AACR2 compatible || Reporting headings with death dates added for inclusion in the MCB

Basic instructions

These instructions derived from the LC guidelines (Addition of dates to existing personal name headings), LC responses to questions raised by NMP members, and examination of LC practice in the lists of changed headings reported on the OCLC site.

1. The optional addition of death dates applies to established headings that contain birth dates only.
     (LCRI 22.17 allows for the addition of dates to an existing heading without dates if that heading is being revised for another reason.)

Copland, Aaron, ‡d 1900- to Copland, Aaron, ‡d 1900-1990
Burleigh, Cecil, ‡d b. 1885 to Burleigh, Cecil, ‡d 1885-1980

2. Dates (either birth or death dates) should not be added to a personal name heading in an existing authority record that currently does not have dates, except in cases of conflict or when revising the heading for another reason (LCRI 22.17).

3. When making a change to a date in a 1XX all references must reflect the change and all related NARs must also be changed, e.g., name/title NARs, musical groups for which the personal name heading is is a see also reference:

Pasquier, Pierre,‡d 1902- to Pasquier, Pierre, ‡d 1902-1986
The heading for Pasquier is a see also reference (5XX) in the authority record for Trio Pasquier; the death date should also be added to the see also reference in that authority record.

4. When making a change to a date in a 1XX in an MDAR or AACR2-compatible heading, the name portion of the heading should be evaluated for correct AACR2 form and changed if incorrect.

5. When making a change to a date in a 1XX in a name/title NAR or MDAR, the title portion of the heading should be evaluated for accuracy and changed if incorrect:

Koetsier, Jan, ‡d 1911- ‡t Quintets,‡m trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba
to
Koetsier, Jan, ‡d 1911-2006. ‡t Quintets, ‡m trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba, ‡n op. 65

When reporting changes for the MCB, report only name/title headings in which the title portion of the heading has been changed along with the name portion of the heading.

6. References

In a
message to the PCC list, Antony Franks sent a reminder that all cross references must be reviewed for compliance with AACR2 26.1J when revising an established heading, even if only adding the death date.

100 Di Stefano, Giuseppe, ‡d 1921-2008
400 Stefano, Giuseppe di, ‡d 1921-2008
400 Di Stefano, G. ‡q (Giuseppe), ‡d 1921-2008

Not:
100 Di Stefano, Giuseppe, ‡d 1921-2008
400 Stefano, Giuseppe di, ‡d 1921-
400 Di Stefano, G. ‡q (Giuseppe), ‡d 1921-

Exception: A death date is not added to a linking reference (a pre-AACR2 form of a heading coded as ‡w nnaa)

Do not add the former heading as a 400 reference coded with subfield ‡w nne when the only difference is the addition of the death date.

7. Reporting changes

NMP members who are not yet independent should report changed headings to their reviewers before contribution.
Report changes to LC for BFM when appropriate.
Report all changes for the MCB.

Other changes that may be made to headings when adding death dates

Changes that that reflect new practices:

For example, the 2001 Amendment to AACR2 provided for omitting British terms of honor ("Sir," "Dame," "Lord," "Lady") in new headings. These terms are removed when updating the heading for another reason, such as adding a death date:

Solti, Georg, ‡c Sir, ‡d 1912- to Solti, Georg, ‡d 1912-1997
Groves, Charles, ‡c Sir, ‡d 1915- to Groves, Charles, ‡d 1915-1992

Corrections:

Year of birth corrected

Horowitz, Vladimir, ‡d 1904- to Horowitz, Vladimir, ‡d 1903-1989
Milliet, Paul, ‡d 1858- to Milliet, Paul, ‡d 1848-1924
Andrassy, Gabor, ‡d 1951- to Andrasy, Gabor, ‡d 1943-2004
Michelin, Bernard, ‡d 1918- to Michelin, Bernard, ‡d 1915-2003
Cavaquinho, Nélson, ‡d 1911- to Cavaquinho, Nélson, ‡d 1910-1986

More definitive biographical information becomes available:

Year of birth no longer in question

Bach, J. M. (Johann Michael), ‡d b. 1754? to Bach, J. M. (Johann Michael), ‡d 1745-1820
Zimmermann, Frederick, ‡d 1906?-1967 to Zimmermann, Frederick, ‡d 1906-1967
Krismer, Giuseppe, ‡d b. 1878? to Krismer, Giuseppe, ‡d 1876-1946

Year of birth, still not completely certain, is more accurate

Lappi, Pietro, ‡d d. 1630? to Lappi, Pietro, ‡d approximately 1575-1630

Year of birth, not previously known, is now known

Sabater, Carles, ‡d d. 1999 to Sabater, Carles, ‡d 1962-1999
Koshetz, Nina, ‡d d. 1965 to Koshetz, Nina, ‡d 1894-1965

Year of birth, previously known, appeared in the heading as "‡d b."; year of death is now known

Koff, Charles, ‡d b. 1909 to Koff, Charles, ‡d 1909-1977
Grossman, Bernie, ‡d b. 1885 to Grossman, Bernie, ‡d 1885-1951

Year of birth in heading is now either questioned or uncertain

Only the death date appears in the revised heading:

Dupree, Champion Jack, ‡d 1910- to Dupree, Champion Jack, ‡d -1992

When the day of birth was added to a heading to distinguish between persons with the same name born in the same year, retain the day of birth in the revised heading.

Note: LC applies this guideline inconsistently. In an e-mail dialog on NMP-L in January 2009, Joe Bartl of LC said, "Because of automated matching processes (real and imagined) and because of the potential for complications down the line (real and easily imagined for a name like "John Williams") it would seem the path of least resistance to retain the Mar. 13 in the heading." In response to NMP members' question about this, Ana Cristán said, "To the question "what is the official LC policy" ... , the fact is that there is no LC/PCC policy. That being the case, the answer is that LC relies on cataloger's judgment to determine the best option. As Joe Bartl opined, the path of least resistance would be to simply add the death date and move on; however, some cataloger's will disagree, etc. and each is correct to do as his/her judgment dictates."

Shaw, Robert, ‡d 1908 Aug. 9- to Shaw, Robert, ‡d 1908 August. 9-1985
Ferris, William, ‡d 1937 Feb. 26- to Ferris, William, ‡d 1937 February 26-2000
Mills, Charles, ‡d 1914 Jan. 8- to Mills, Charles, ‡d 1914-1982

Updating a heading already coded AACR2 (rules c)

Do not add the former heading as a 400 reference coded with subfield ‡w nne when the only difference is the addition of the death date.

Updating a heading that is AACR2 compatible (rules d) to the AACR2 (rules c) form

It is LC policy to fully upgrade an AACR2-compatible heading to the AACR2 form when revising the heading for any reason, including when adding a death date. Generally the AACR2-compatible form will include a middle name and the revised form will either omit the middle name or include the middle initial with a ‡q qualifier, depending on predominant usage.

Basner, Veniamin Efimovich, ‡d 1925- to Basner, V. ‡q (Veniamin), ‡d 1925-1996
Kondrashin, Kirill Petrovich, ‡d 1914- to Kondrashin, Kirill, ‡d 1914-1981
Bay, Melbourne Earl, ‡d 1913- to Bay, Mel, ‡d 1913-1997
Wright, Robert Craig, ‡d 1914- to Wright, Robert, ‡d 1914-2005
Albrecht, Otto Edwin, ‡d 1899- to Albrecht, Otto E. ‡q (Otto Edwin), ‡d 1899-1984
Boyden, David Dodge, ‡d 1910- to Boyden, David D. ‡q (David Dodge), ‡d 1910-1986
Simpson, Robert Wilfred Levick, ‡d 1921- to Simpson, Robert, ‡d 1921-1997
Frankenstein, Alfred Victor, ‡d 1906- to Frankenstein, Alfred V. (Alfred Victor), ‡d 1906-1981
Azpiazu Iriarte, José de, ‡d 1912- to Azpiazu, José de, ‡d 1912-1986

The difference between an AACR2-compatible and the revised AACR2 form may be as minor as the addition or removal of a hyphen in the person's given name.

Martin, Henri Jean, ‡d 1924- to Martin, Henri-Jean, ‡d 1924-2007


Reporting headings changes for inclusion in the MCB to Alan Ringwood, MCB Editor

Report all changes to 1XX fields music-related authority records to the MCB Editor.

Include the following information:
° the old form of the heading
° the new form of the heading
° the LCCN (not the OCLC ARN) (See the instructions above)

Remove delimiters and subfields.

If there are diacritics in the heading that have been removed, indicate so:

The name of the diacritic follows the letter to which it applies:
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848. Cre[acute]puscule
to
Donizetti, Gaetano, 1797-1848. Nuits d'e[acute]te]acute a[grave] Pausilippe. Cre[acute]puscule no2003074096

Studio for New Music (Moscow, Russia)
to
Studiia novoi muzyki (Moscow, Russia) (diacritics omitted)

When a heading with diacritics is pasted from OCLC or a Word document into an e-mail message, the result can be indecipherable:

Vostr?a´k, Zbyne?k,
Enăchescu, Voicu
Eben, Petr. PiÌsneÌŒ z TeÌŒsÌŒiÌŒnskaÂ

If it could be unclear how a record has been changed, indicate the change:

Say Hi (Musical group) (no2008050345) (removed extra space preceding qualifier)

When reporting the addition of a death date, cite the previous form and the new form:

    Albert, Stephen, 1941- to Albert, Stephen, 1941-1992 (n 86143547)

If only the name portion of a composer's heading has been changed, it is not necessary to report the associated name/title heading changes or other associated NARs. Even though this name appears as a see also reference for Trio Pasquier (n 82217167), and the see also reference has had the death date added, report only the name record and not the associated record for the MCB.

    Pasquier, Pierre, 1902- to Pasquier, Pierre, 1902-1986 (no 92024918)

When reporting changes for the MCB, report only name/title headings in which the title portion of the heading has been changed along with the name portion of the heading.

    Presser, William, 1916- to Presser, William, 1916-2004 (n 81035966)

and

    Presser, William, 1916- Quintets, trumpets, horn, trombone, tuba, no. 4
    to
    Presser, William, 1916-2004. Quintets, no. 4 (n 88617462)


Comments to: Michelle Koth, Catalog Librarian
Yale University Music Library (203) 432-0494
Last revised April 4, 2014.