4 edition of Music subject headings found in the catalog.
Music subject headings
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Perry Bratcher and Jennifer Smith ; edited and with a foreword by Richard P. Smiraglia.|
|Series||Soldier Creek music series ;, no. 1|
|Contributions||Smith, Jennifer, 1957-, Smiraglia, Richard P., 1952-, Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division.|
|LC Classifications||ML111 .B815 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||323 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||323|
|LC Control Number||88038335|
Note that limits are not available for Headings Browse Lists of authors/creators, subject, names/titles, and series/uniform titles headings, as well as for call numbers, since Browse allows continuous paging from the first to last heading or cross-reference in the Catalog. Searches in the LC Catalog can return thousands of results. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress. This includes data values and the controlled vocabularies that house them. Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more.
The catalog uses controlled vocabularies for subjects. Keywords are natural language. If you find an appropriate book using a keyword find similar books by searching the same subject headings. A CONTROLLED VOCABULARY like Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) helps ensure the same topics are described using a formalized terminology. The. : Subject Headings for Children: A List of Subject Headings Used by the Library of Congress With Abridged Dewey Numbers Added (SUBJECT HEADING FOR CHILDREN) (): Winkel, Lois, Matthews, Winton E.: Books.
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: Music Subject Headings: Compiled from Library of Congress Subject Headings (Soldier Creek Music Series) (): Perry Bratcher, Jennifer Smith, Richard P. Smiraglia: Books. Revised edition of: Music subject Music subject headings book / Perry Bratcher and Jennifer Smith. Includes index. Description: x, pages ; 28 cm.
Series Title: Soldier Creek music series, no. Responsibility: compiled by Harriette Hemmasi ; with technical assistance of Fred Rowley ; introduction by J.
Bradford Young ; foreword by Richard P. Smiraglia. Music subject headings: compiled from Library of Congress subject headings Author: Perry Bratcher ; Jennifer Smith ; Richard P Smiraglia ; Library of Congress.
Music: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division. Music subject headings used on printed catalog cards of the Library of Congress. Washington, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Library.
Get this from a library. Music subject headings used on printed catalog cards of the Library of Congress. [Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division.]. Subject headings for some instruments include the indication of range in certain cases while headings for other instruments always include the indication of range.
To determine whether to include designation of range, search for the authority record for the instrument followed Music subject headings book "music," e.g., Bass clarinet music. General Information.
Library of Congress Now Accepting Proposals for Literature, Religion, and General Genre/Form Terms (09/01/16) (PDF, KB) Library of Congress Publishes Draft Genre/Form Terms Manual (01/06/16); FAQ on genre/form headings [Updated 06/06/11] (PDF, KB) *FAQ en Español* ; Library of Congress to Reissue Genre/Form Authority Records (Revised 05/09/11).
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) has been actively maintained since to catalog materials held at the Library of Congress.
By virtue of cooperative cataloging other libraries around the United States also use LCSH to provide subject access to their collections.
In addition LCSH is used internationally, often in translation. The Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) is perhaps the most widely adopted subject indexing language in the world, has been translated into many languages, and is used around the world by libraries large and small. LCSH has been actively maintained since to catalog materials held at the Library of Congress.
Proposals for additions and changes are reviewed regularly at staff. Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH) is the list of headings produced from the subject authority file maintained by the United States Library of Congress for use in bibliographic is popularly known by its abbreviation as LCSH and is sometimes used interchangeably with the phrase subject authority is a controlled vocabulary.
Get this from a library. Music subject headings from the machine-readable Library of Congress subject authority file. [Jeanette Marie Drone; Diane Vizine-Goetz. Abstract Harriette Hemmasi used the work she was doing on her Music Thesaurus Project to find music subject headings that were missed in the first edition of this book, which was compiled by Perry Bratcher and Jennifer Smith.
She was able to increase the number of entries f in the first edition to 15, in this : Katherine Rankin. For MUSIC, the scope note indicates that a subdivision of SONGS AND MUSIC can be used under many types of subject headings, including the names of persons, place, and topical headings.
This gives the cataloger very broad options for creating subject headings to cover any type of music. Subject Heading is defined as the most specific word or group of words that captures the essence of the subject or one of the subjects of a book or other library material (e.g.
serial, sound recording, moving image, cartographic material, manuscript, computer file, e-resource etc.) which is selected from a subject heading list containing the preferred subject access terms (controlled. Coding for form and topic subdivisions in subject headings for musical works and expressions and books about music; Chronological and geographic subdivisions for subject headings for jazz and popular music; Those darn chorus subject headings; Subject headings for vocal ensembles and solos: choruses vs.
cantatas | vocal ensembles | songs vs. Notes. This list includes most or all of the form/genre headings the average cataloger is likely to need, but is known to be incomplete. This list includes a few headings from the GSAFD list of form/genre headings that may be useful but are absent from LCSH or are present in a different form in LCSH.
The vocabulary is intended to be used, at least initially, for two bibliographic purposes: (1) to retrieve music by its medium of performance in library catalogs, as is now done by the controlled vocabulary, Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH); (2) to record the element “medium of performance” of musical works, as represented in individual music resources cataloged according to RDA: Resource.
♪ Music Cataloging at Yale ♪ These pages document the rules and procedures for cataloging music at Yale. To search the library catalog, please click on Quicksearch or Orbis.
The Genre/Form Terms for Library and Archival Materials (LCGFT) is now a separate product but was for several years part of the Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH).
LCSH is perhaps the most widely adopted subject indexing language in the world, has been translated into many languages, and is used around the world by libraries large and small. Subject headings for liturgical music are added when applicable.
Most are given in the singular, with no medium of performance: Holy-week music. Magnificat (Music) Nunc dimittis (Music) Song of Solomon (Music) Christmas music.
These headings can also be assigned to instrumental music. The short video above gave us a good overview of what keywords and subject headings are and how they’re beneficial during the research process (also, don’t forget to make a works cited page as you research).
Let’s review what we learned in further detail. Keywords: Definition. Keywords can be ideas, people, events, issues, general concepts or opinions that relate to the big picture of.The Library of Congress Classification (LCC) is a system of library classification developed by the Library of is used by most research and academic libraries in the U.S.
and several other countries. LCC should not be confused with LCCN, the system of Library of Congress Control Numbers assigned to all books (and authors), which also defines URLs of their online catalog entries.Music Cataloging at Yale ♪ Subject cataloging.
Coding for form and topic subdivisions in subject headings for musical works and expressions and books about music. See also Subject subdivisions and qualifiers for music subject headings. See Guide to the usage of LCSH free-floating form subdivisions for a more complete list of subdivisions and their coding.