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Resource Description Procedures & Guidelines: Music Cataloging

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Music Cataloging

Location Codes/Item types

CDs go to the Music Library at Katzen Arts Center, with a location code of auks and an item type of Music-CD.

CD1

CD2

 

Scores also go to Katzen; possible location codes are auks, aukso (oversize) or auks ref (reference). Their corresponding item types are Music, Music, and Noncirculating, respectively.

Score holdings

Score Item

Monographs: The occasional monograph goes to Bender Library stacks, with a location code of auc and an item type of regular loan. Contact Sam or Nobue if you are uncertain of the location of these items.

Free electronic resources

Bib:

Music-free-bib-1

Music-free-bib-2

Holdings:

Music-free-holdings

Item:

Music-free-item

Labeling Scores

Write the call number on the title page, lower right portion of the page.

Barcoding Scores

The preferred location of the barcode is at the bottom of the back of the last page, opposite the inside of the back cover. If there is music on this page, place the barcode on the back cover at the bottom, or inside the back cover at the bottom. If the score has accompanying parts, tuck them inside the score and barcode only the score.

Labeling CDs

Place a University Library sticker on the booklet/insert, or if there is no booklet, on the front of the case, taking care not to obscure information that might be useful to the patron. I have been trying to place the sticker in the lower right as consistently as possible.

CDs are not classified; they only have an accession number. Place one accession number sticker on the booklet if there is one (I try for the upper right corner), or in the same place on the cover if there is no booklet. Place the second accession number sticker so that it covers the one underneath it on the booklet.

Barcoding CDs

Place a barcode on the case or cover—I have been placing it on the left side, vertically, trying not to obscure useful information.

Box-Sets

Where possible, the Music Library would like us to barcode CDs in box/multi sets separately (This helps patrons as there is a 5-disc check-out limit). Generally follow physical packaging when deciding how/whether to split up items.. a 2-CD set packaged in 1 case gets 1 barcode, in a box of four single CDs, all should have their own barcode. In cases where the items are barcoded individually and there is a box-set booklet, also barcode the booklet. Do not give the box its own barcode, but include a label with the box inventory. When in doubt, consult with Amanda/Nobue.

For each Box-set, there will be a single accession number (appearing on the box), and each component will have a label with that number and a part number in format line one CD line two [accessionnumber]/[part], e.g. CD 2348; CD 2348/1, CD 2348/2 etc., CD 2348/booklet. Add an 866 to the holdings record with the available parts and ensure that the contents of each are reflected in the 505 of the bib record. Add v.1, v.2 etc. or “booklet” to the  enumeration in the item record. Note that the Item type for booklets should be “7 day loan” instead of “Music-CD”.

Box-set labels can be printed off using the Music Lib’s CD label template, available here. Amanda will deliver blank label sheets as needed.

Routing completed items

Place all completed scores and CDs on the wooden shelves labelled “Music Library: For Amanda/Nobue.” CDs do not receive further processing. Scores will be evaluated by the Music Librarian before being bound. Monographs remaining in Katzen are routed directly to processing.

History of Music Cataloging

Early cataloging — British Library — Antonio Panizzi

— Users needs were first taken into account

— Brought together editions of works

— Began standardization of cataloging

Oscar Sonneck

Created first rules of music cataloging in 4th edition of Cutter’s book. Established how to determine date of printed music.

1908 UK and US came together for AACR. Prussian rules which UK had been using were assimilated. Ultimately US and UK went their own way.

Per Jean: “The rules graduallybecame ridiculously complicated.”

Things then moved away from case based rules to rules based on general principles.

1960s MARC is created at LC. MARC for music came in 1973.

1961 Seymour Lubetzky‘s unfinished book, Code of Cataloging Rules… unfinished draft (1960), was the basis for modern cataloging adopted by the first International Conference on Cataloging Principles (1961) held in Paris, France, called the “Paris Principles.” The code which eventually emerged from the conference was a landmark in the history of universal bibliographic control. In 1967 it developed into the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, which subsequently has been revised over the years. (from Wikipedia)

1967 AACR1

1978 AACR2 Radical departure from AACR1

FRBR was created to ask what in a record is really important — what can be let go. It was based on economic realities.

1997 Toronto Conference (International Conference on the Principles & Future Development of AACR) — call for a logical analysis of AACR2 — resulted in the decision to create AACR3

As work was beginning on AACR3, it was realized that it needed to be scrapped and they needed to start from scratch with RDA.

The primary distinction between RDA and AACR is structural. RDA is organised based on the Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR). These principles identify both the ‘user tasks’ which a library catalog should make possible and a hierarchy of relationships in bibliographic data.[4] Descriptions produced using the instructions of RDA are intended to be compatible with any coding schema, including the data environments used for existing records created under the AACR2 rules. (Wikipedia)

2005 Final version of AACR2

ISBD rules apply to everything, regardless of format.

2009 In Europe the Paris Principles were updated to the Statement of International Cataloging Principles. http://www.ifla.org/publications/statement-of-international-cataloguing-principles

BIBFRAME http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIBFRAME  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIBFRAME is intended to replace MARC. MARC is not flexible enough and acts merely as a display and less capable of retrieval.

 

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Music Cataloging Workflow

  1. Describe entities involved
  2. Create identifiers for entities (access points)
  3. Show the relationships among the entities

RDA 6.2.8 Access points for musical works

RDA Appendices I-J for Relationship Designators

3.4.3.2  Extent — Notated Music

2.2.2.2 Scores — sources of information

2.3.1.4 Recording titles

2.3.2.8.1 Key in title

1.3 Core elements

6.16.1.3 Recording numeric designation of musical works

6.28.1.1 Constructing authorized access points for musical works

(Add a distributor when there is a distributor # — often Hal Leonard.)

028 2nd indicator not important

RDA Chapter 3 — Describing Carriers

3.4.1.3  3.4.3.2 Extent of notated music (1 score (38 leaves)) and 7.20.1.3 format of notated music (i.e. score or miniature score, etc.)

Sound Recordings

RDA Chapter 2

245 |a 2.2.4.1

a) a textual source on the resource itself (e.g., a slide) or a label that is permanently printed on or affixed to the resource, excluding accompanying textual material or a container (e.g., a label on an audio CD or a model)
 
and 2.3.1.4 Recording titles
 
245 |c 2.4.1.1 Scope of statement of responsibility — Do not record performers here except: See Best Practices on this (7.23)
 
264 2.8 Recording publication statements
 
NOTE: Phonogram is copyright for the audio portion
 
024 2.15.1   Add UPC with indicator 1
028 01         Issue number
 
—————————————————————————————————————————————
Miles Davis CD Handout
 
RDA 6.9    336  Content type
RDA 3.2    337  Media type
RDA 3.3    338  Carrier type
 
OCLC Macro for creating 3xx fields:
 
Tools/Macros/Manage/Add 3xx/Run
 
To automate assign it to a Tool.
 
3.4   300 |a 1 audio disc (for duration see Best Practices 7.22.1.3)
3.4           |c  43/4 inch
 
Characteristics specific to audio records (those above will also be in score records) Miles CD cont.
 
RDA 3.16        344 Sound characteristics
          3.16.2.3          |a digital
          3.16.3.3                            |b optical (but don’t use for CDs)
          3.16.4                                                                                      |c playing speed (don’t use for CDs)
          3.16.8.3                                                                                                                                                     |g stereo (can leave off)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       |2 rda
          3.19.2.3   347  Digital file characteristics
                                              |a audio file
          3.19.3.3                                            |b CD audio |2 rda
                                                                    |b can repeat
 
Miles CD 007 |a s |b d |d f |e s (always use q unless it is stereo or mono) |g g     |j-n are optional
 
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Miles LP — differences from CD
 
                                300                                                                 |c 12 in.
 
RDA 3.16.2.3     344      |a analog
          3.16.4                                                                                   |c 33 1/3
          3.16.5.3                                                                                                    |d microgroove
          3.16.8.3.                                                                                                                                     |g stereo
 
                               347 not in use for LP
 
                               007 will be different
 
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SGS CD Handout — adding fields to cover video portion
 
RDA 6.9              336 (2nd) two dimensional moving image |b tdi |2 rdacontent
           3.2             337 (2nd) video |b v |2 rdamedia
                               338 (2nd) not needed
           3.19.2.3   347 (2nd) video file |b QuickTime (3.19.3.3) |2 rda
 
                               007 (2nd) |a v |b d or z |d c |h z
______________________________________________________________________________
 
**The record label is the publisher.**
 
______________________________________________________________________________
 
Persons and corporate bodies: you can have multiple relationship designators if more than one apply to the same person (in the same field)

I. ] 0.   General Guidelines on Notes ____ 
capitalization (see 1.10.21353) 
quotations (see 1.10.3iaflJ) 
references (see 1.10.41383) 
applicability of the information recorded in a note (sec I.IO.MiigJ). 
Notes on Manifestation 
2.17.2.1 Note on Title- 
2.17.3.1 Note on Statement of Responsibility 
2.17.6.1 Note on Production Statement 
2.17.7.1 Note on Publication Statement 
2.17.8.1 Note on Distribution Statement 
2.17.10.1 Note on Copyright Date 
2.18.1 Custodial History of Item 
2.21.1 Notes on Items 
3.20. Equipment or System Requirements 
3.21.2 Note on Extent of Manifestation (many apply to museums) 
4.2.1.1. Terms of availability 
4.4.1.1. Restrictions on access 
4.5.1.1. Restrictions on use 
5.9. Cataloguer’s Note for works or expressions 
Notes on the Content 
7.2.1.1 Nature of the Content 
7.7.1.1 Intended Audience 
7.9 Dissertation or Thesis Information 
7.11 Place and Date of Capture 
7.12 Language of the Content 
7.13.3.1 Form of Musical Notation 
7.13.3.4 Details of Form of Musical Notation 
7.14.1 Accessibility Content 
7.15.1.1 Illustrative Content 
7.16.1 Supplementary Content 
7.17.1 Color Content 
7.20.1 Format of Notated Music 
7.21.1 Medium of Performance of Musical Content 
7.22 Duration 
7.23 Performers, Narrators, and/or Presenters 
7.24 Artistic and/or Technical Credits 

024 1 x UPC

028 x x other music number

033 x x date, time, place of event — fairly comprehensive list of geographic codes here
http://www.library.yale.edu/cataloging/music/033code.htm#d/

041 language if applicable

046 special coded dates

047 musical composition code

048 number of instruments

240 uniform title

245 Title construction examples:
Klavierkonzert Nr. 2, f-moll, opus 21 = ‡b Piano concerto no. 2 in F minor, op. 21 / ‡c Frédéric Chopin ; Klavierauszug ; Herausgegeben von Ewald Zimmermann ; Fingersatz von Hans-Martin Theopold.

Two works on one CD:

St. Carolyn by the sea ǂh [sound recording] / ǂc Bryce Dessner. Suite from There will be blood / Jonny Greenwood.

306 playing time

344

347

382 0 1 medium of performance — controlled vocabulary from Medium of Performances Terms in the main menu of Class Web
http://classificationweb.net/min/minaret?app=Auth&mod=Search&table=4&menu=/Menu/

500 instrumentation note

500 editions note if applicable

500 insert note —
Examples:
‡a Program notes by Bill Sallak and Airi Yoshioka, and notes on the performers (16 unnumbered pages ; 12 cm) inserted in container.

‡a Includes program notes by Daniel Tacke, and notes on the performers (12 unnumbered pages ; 12 cm) inserted in container.

‡a Includes program notes in English by Malcolm MacDonald, and biographical information on the performers (12 unnumbered pages : portraits) inserted in container.

518 date, time, place of event —
Examples:
‡3 All pieces (except Elusive peace) ‡o originally recorded in ‡d 2013 January at ‡p Oktaven Audio in Yonkers, New York.

‡3 All pieces (except Elusive peace) ‡o originally recorded in ‡d 2013 January at ‡p Oktaven Audio in Yonkers, New York.

‡3 3rd work ‡d 1981 November 25 ‡p Neues Gewandhaus, Leipzig.

883245364 by UNT Covers multiple works
 
040  TDF ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc TDF ǂd OCLCO ǂd INT
02410090404942525
02802BRIDGE 9425 ǂb Bridge Records
028029425 ǂb Bridge Records
03300ǂ3 1st work ǂa 20131216 ǂb 3804 ǂc S38
03300ǂ3 2nd work ǂa 20120718 ǂb 3454 ǂc M8
03300ǂ3 3rd & 5th works ǂa 20130213 ǂb 4364 ǂc S4
03300ǂ3 4th work ǂa 20130203 ǂb 4364 ǂc D3
03300ǂ3 6th work ǂa 20140317 ǂb 4034 ǂc H9
03300ǂ3 7th work ǂa 20131001 ǂb 3764 ǂc B6
0410 ǂg eng
048  wa01 ǂa ta01 ǂa sa01 ǂa sb01 ǂa sd01 ǂa ka01
048  va01 ǂa ka01 ǂa pz01
048  sa02 ǂa sb01 ǂa sc01
048  pz03
048  wa01 ǂa wi01
048  ob
090  ǂb 
049  EAUU
1001 Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂe composer.
24510Bamboo lights / ǂc Lei Liang.
264 1New Rochelle, NY : ǂb Bridge Records, ǂc [2014]
264 4ǂc ℗2014
300  1 audio disc (59:01) ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
336  performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent
337  audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier
344  digital ǂg stereo ǂ2 rda
347  audio file ǂb CD audio ǂ2 rda
38201flute ǂn 1 ǂa harp ǂn 1 ǂa violin ǂn 1 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa double bass ǂn 1 ǂa piano ǂn 1 ǂs 6 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201soprano ǂn 1 ǂa piano ǂn 1 ǂa percussion ǂn 1 ǂs 3 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201violin ǂn 2 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂs 4 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201percussion ǂn 3 ǂs 3 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201flute ǂn 1 ǂa alto saxophone ǂn 1 ǂs 2 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201chamber orchestra ǂ2 lcmpt
500  Title from disc label.
5110 Cicada Chamber Ensemble (1st work) ; Musicians from soundSCAPE (2nd work) ; the JACK Quartet (3rd & 5th works) ; Rootstock Percussion (4th work) ; the Awea Duo (6th work) ; the Callithumpian Consort (7th work) ; Stephen Drury, conductor (7th work).
518  ǂ3 1st work ǂo recorded ǂd 2013 December 16 ǂp Greenville Community Church, Scarsdale, New York.
518  ǂ3 2nd work ǂo recorded ǂd 2012 July 18 ǂp Pollack Hall, Schulich School of Music, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
518  ǂ3 3rd & 5th works ǂo recorded ǂd 2013 February 13 ǂp Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, University of California, San Diego.
518  ǂ3 4th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2013 February 3 ǂp Jackson Hall, Mondavi Center, University of California, Davis.
518  ǂ3 6th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2014 March 17 ǂp James and Nancy Gaertner Performing Arts Center Recital Hall, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas.
518  ǂ3 7th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2013 October 1 ǂp Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Massachusetts.
500  Biographical and program notes in English on container insert.
5050 Listening for blossoms : 2011 : for flute, harp, violin, viola, contrabass, piano (10:56) — Lakescape : 2012 : for soprano, piano, percussion (5:13) — Serashi fragments : 2005 (7:28) — Lakescape II : 2013 : for percussion trio (6:26) — Gobi gloria : 2006 (11:37) — Lake : 1999/2013 : for flute and alto saxophone (5:38) — Bamboo lights : 2013 : for chamber orchestra (5:13).
650 0Sextets (Piano, flute, harp, violin, viola, double bass)
650 0Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensemble.
650 0String quartets.
650 0Percussion ensembles.
650 0Flute and saxophone music.
650 0Chamber orchestra music.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Listening for blossoms.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Lakescape.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Serashi fragments.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Lakescape, ǂn no. 2.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Gobi gloria.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Lake.
70012ǂi Container of (work): ǂa Liang, Lei, ǂd 1972- ǂt Bamboo lights.
7102 Cicada Chamber Ensemble, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Musicians from soundSCAPE, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 JACK Quartet, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Rootstock Percussion, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Awea Duo, ǂe instrumentalist.
7102 Callithumpian Consort, ǂe instrumentalist.
938  Theodore Front Musical Literature ǂb TFRT ǂn TF361002

868636652

007  s ǂb d ǂd f ǂe s ǂf n ǂg g ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk m ǂl n ǂm e ǂn d
040  BTCTA ǂb eng ǂc BTCTA ǂd TDF ǂd CUS ǂd MYG ǂd INU ǂd OCLCF
0247 00034061147626 ǂ2 gtin-14
0241 034061147626
02802TROY1476 ǂb Albany Records
03320ǂ3 1st work ǂa 20090305 ǂa 20110804
03300ǂ3 2nd work ǂa 20080624
03300ǂ3 3rd work ǂa 20120408
03320ǂ3 4th work ǂa 20050522 ǂa 20050524
090  ǂb 
049  EAUU
1001 Manson, Bevan, ǂe composer, ǂe instrumentalist.
24010Instrumental music. ǂk Selections
24510Music of Bevan Manson.
264 1Albany, NY : ǂb Albany Records, ǂc [2014?]
264 4ǂc ©2014
300  1 audio disc : ǂb digital ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
336  performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent
337  audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier
340  ǂb 4 3/4 in.
344  digital ǂ2 rda
347  audio file ǂb CD audio ǂ2 rda
3820 ǂb flute ǂn 1 ǂa chamber orchestra
3820 piano ǂn 1 ǂa violin ǂn 1 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂs 4
3820 clarinet ǂn 1
3820 violin ǂn 1 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂs 3
500  The 4th work for violin, viola, and cello.
500  Title from disc label.
5110 Sara Andon (1st work), flute ; Ralph Morrison (1st work), Amy Hershberger (2nd work), Irina Voloshina (4th work), violin ; Jennie Hansen (2nd, 4th works) ; Wolf Sebastian (2nd, 4th works), cello ; Bevan Manson (2nd work), piano ; Andrew Leonard (3rd work), clarinet ; members of the Hollywood Studio Symphony (1st work) ; Scott Hosfeld (1st work), conductor.
518  ǂ3 1st work ǂo Recorded ǂd 2009 March 5, ǂd 2010 June 6, ǂd 2011 August 4, ǂp Hollywood, California.
518  ǂ3 2nd work ǂo Recorded ǂd 2008 June 24, ǂp Firehouse Studio, Pasadena.
518  ǂ3 3rd work ǂo Recorded ǂd 2012 April 8, ǂp G-Spot Studio, Los Angeles.
518  ǂ3 4th work ǂo Recorded ǂd 2005 May 22, ǂd 2005 May 24, ǂp Track Recording, Los Angeles.
500  Program notes by the composer, with biographical notes, on insert.
5050 California concertino : for flute & chamber orchestra (17:07) — Quartet for violin, viola, cello, and piano (14:05) — Gotcha! : for solo clarinet (1:38) — Love in a time of garlic (14:26).
650 0Flute with chamber orchestra.
650 0Piano quartets.
650 0Clarinet music.
650 0String trios.
650 7Clarinet music. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst00863350
650 7Flute with chamber orchestra. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst00928329
650 7Piano quartets. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst01063459
650 7String trios. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst01135386
7001 Andon, Sara, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Morrison, Ralph ǂc (Violinist), ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hershberger, Amy, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hansen, Jennie, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Sebastian, Wolf, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Leonard, Andrew ǂc (Clarinetist), ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Voloshina, Irina, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Hosfeld, Scott, ǂe conductor.
70012ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Manson, Bevan. ǂt California concertino.
70012ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Manson, Bevan. ǂt Quartet, ǂm piano, violin, viola, cello.
70012ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Manson, Bevan. ǂt Gotcha!
70012ǂi Contains (work): ǂa Manson, Bevan. ǂt Love in a time of garlic.
7102 Hollywood Studio Symphony, ǂe instrumentalist.
938  Baker and Taylor ǂb BTCP ǂn BECDAR  1476
938  Theodore Front Musical Literature ǂb TFRT ǂn TF349593

883245263

007  s ǂb d ǂd f ǂe s ǂf n ǂg g ǂh n ǂi n ǂj m ǂk m ǂl n ǂm e ǂn u
040  TDF ǂb eng ǂe rda ǂc TDF ǂd FQG ǂd EAU
02410034061149521
028021495 ǂb Albany Records
02802TROY1495 ǂb Albany Records
041  ǂg eng
048  sc01 ǂa ka01
048  sa01 ǂa sb01 ǂa sc01
048  sa01 ǂa sc01 ǂa ka01
048  sc01
048  sc02
048  sa02 ǂa sb01 ǂa sc01
049  EAUU
1001 Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂe composer, ǂe instrumentalist.
24010Instrumental music. ǂk Selections
24510Looking for answers / ǂc Tom Flaherty.
264 1Albany, New York : ǂb Albany Records, ǂc [2014].
264 4ǂc ©2014
300  1 audio disc (78:15) : ǂb digital ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
306  011815
336  performed music ǂ2 rdacontent
337  audio ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂ2 rdacarrier
344  digital ǂb optical ǂg stereo ǂ2 rda
347  audio file ǂb CD audio ǂ2 rda
38201cello ǂn 1 ǂa piano ǂn 1 ǂs 2 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201violin ǂn 1 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂs 3 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201violin ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂa piano ǂn 1 ǂs 3 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201cello ǂn 1 ǂs 1 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201cello ǂn 2 ǂs 2 ǂ2 lcmpt
38201violin ǂn 2 ǂa viola ǂn 1 ǂa cello ǂn 1 ǂs 4 ǂ2 lcmpt
500  The 1st work for cello and piano, the 2nd for string trio, the 3rd for piano trio, the 4th for cello solo, the 5th for cello duet, and the 6th for string quartet.
500  Title from disc label.
5110 On the 1st work: Tom Flaherty, cello ; Genevieve Feiwen Lee, piano. On the 2nd work: Trio Euphoria (Rachel V. Huang, violin ; Cynthia Fogg, viola ; Tom Flaherty, cello). On the 3rd work: Mojave Trio (Sara Parkins, violin ; Maggie Parkins, cello ; Genevieve Feiwen Lee, piano). On the 4th work: Tom Flaherty, cello. On the 5th work: Roger Lebow, Tom Flaherty, cellos. On the 6th work: Quartet Euphoria (Rachel V. Huang, Jonathan Wright, violins ; Cynthia Fogg, viola ; Tom Flaherty, cello).
508  Barry Weger Gottesman (1st-5th works), Jonathan Thomas Miller (6th work), recording engineers ; Benjamin Maas, CD mastering.
518  ǂo Recorded at ǂp Bridges Hall of Music, Pomona College, Claremont, California.
518  ǂ3 1st work ǂo recorded ǂd 2008 December 30.
518  ǂ3 2nd work ǂo recorded ǂd 2010 June 9th.
518  ǂ3 3rd work ǂo recorded ǂd 2001 June 16.
518  ǂ3 4th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2008 August 6.
518  ǂ3 5th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2012 January 15.
518  ǂ3 6th work ǂo recorded ǂd 2005 June 8.
500  Notes in English (9 unnumbered pages) inserted in container.
5050 Cellopianian flights (18:38) — Triphoria (12:41) — Looking for answers (19:02) — Remembrance of things present (9:48) — A walk in the park (8:21) — Euphoric waltzes (9:37).
650 0Cello and piano music.
650 0String trios.
650 0Piano trios.
650 0Cello music.
650 0Cello music (Cellos (2))
650 0String quartets.
7001 Lee, Genevieve, ǂe instrumentalist.
7001 Lebow, Roger, ǂe instrumentalist.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Cellopianian flights.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Triphoria.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Looking for answers.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Remembrance of things present.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Walk in the park.
70012ǂi Contains (work) : ǂa Flaherty, Tom, ǂd 1950- ǂt Euphoric waltzes.
7102 Trio Euphoria, ǂe performer.
7102 Mojave Trio, ǂe performer.
7102 Quartet Euphoria, ǂe performer.
938  Theodore Front Musical Literature ǂb TFRT ǂn TF359349

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049  EAUU
1102 Best Coast (Musical group)
24510Fade away / ǂc Best Coast.
264 1[New York] : ǂb Kobalt Label Services, ǂc 2013.
264 4ǂc ℗2013
300  1 audio disc : ǂb CD audio, digital ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
336  performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent
337  audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier
344  digital ǂb optical ǂ2 rda
347  audio file ǂb CD audio ǂ2 rda
5110 Best Coast.
500  Compact disc.
50500ǂt This lonely morning — ǂt I wanna know — ǂt Who have I become? — ǂt Fear of my identity — ǂt Fade away — ǂt Baby I’m crying — ǂt I don’t know how.
650 0Rock music ǂy 2011-2020.
650 0Alternative rock music.
650 7Alternative rock music. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst00806181
650 7Rock music. ǂ2 fast ǂ0 (OCoLC)fst01099204
648 72011 – 2020 ǂ2 fast
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090  M1630.18.L33 ǂb T45 2010
110 2  LCD Soundsystem (Musical group) ǂ4 prf
245 1 0  This is happening ǂh [sound recording] / ǂc LCD Soundsystem.
264 1   [New York, NY] : ǂb DFA : ǂb Virgin Records, ǂc 2010.
264 4   ǂc ℗2010
300  1 audio  disc : ǂb digital, CD audio ; ǂc 4 3/4 in.
336  performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent
337  audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia
338  audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier
344  digital ǂb optical ǂ2 rda
347  audio file ǂb CD audio ǂ2 rda
5110 LCD Soundsystem (James Murphy, Nancy Whang, Pat Mahoney, Tyler Pope, Gavin Russom, David Scott Stone, Matt Thornley).
508  Produced by James Murphy.
500  Compact disc.
500  Lyrics on insert.
5050 Dance yrself clean / J. Murphy (8:56) — Drunk girls / J. Murphy, P. Mahoney, G. Russom (3:42) — One touch / J. Murphy, G. Russom, N. Whang (7:45) — All I want / J. Murphy (6:41) — I can change / J. Murphy, P. Mahoney (5:55) — You wanted a hit / J. Murphy, A. Doyle (9:06) — Pow pow / J. Murphy, P. Mahoney, T. Pope, N. Whang (8:23) — Somebody’s calling me / J. Murphy (6:53) — Home / J. Murphy (7:53).
520  James Murphy’s dance-punk musical project LCD Soundsystem returns with the highly anticipated follow-up to 2007’s critically acclaimed album Sound of Silver, featuring the single Drunk Girls. This will reportedly be the last LCD Soundsystem album.
650 0Rock music ǂy 2001-2010.
650 0Underground dance music.
650 0Alternative rock music.
655 0Underground dance music.
655 0Alternative rock music.
655 0Rock music ǂy 2001-2010.