2 edition of Rules for archival cataloging of sound recordings. found in the catalog.
Rules for archival cataloging of sound recordings.
Association for Recorded Sound Collections.
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ARSC Publications (including ARSC Newsletter, Membership Directory, ARSC Journal and Bulletins): ARSC Recorded Sound Discussion List (Association for Recorded Sound Collections). Founded in , ARSC is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, study, publication, and information exchange surrounding all aspects of recordings and recorded sound. Page materials from the Archive if Recorded Sound via SearchWorks for pick up in Green Library. This service is available to the following current Stanford ID cardholders: undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, professors (including emeriti), staff, fellows, and Stanford visiting scholars. The Archive of Recorded Sound remains closed to onsite visits.
Audio Resources Websites California Audiovisual Preservation Project National Film and Sound Archive - Caring for Audio National Library of New Zealand - Caring for your collections: Sound Recordings TAPE: Training for Audiovisual Preservation in Europe Presto Centre Sustainability of Digital Formats Museum of Obsolete Media Standards and Best Practices Sound Directions: Best Practices . The Archives of Recorded Sound is housed on the third floor of the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Library, along with the dance, music, and theatre research collections. Staff members, knowledgeable in all aspects of recorded sound, are available to assist users in their research. All materials are noncirculating and must be studied on the premises.
The IASA Cataloguing Rules. broadcasting is recognised as a form of publication. Based on RTAV Draft Glossary, 19 July Broadcast item. Includes sound recordings, films, kines or videos: a) prepared as the source for a broadcast; b) made by a radio or television station at the time of. For example, the sound collection of a large library might include rpm jazz recordings on shellac and vinyl long-playing discs and re-recorded on R-DAT cassettes, as well as the published recordings of a contemporary rock band recorded on compact audio discs, with unpublished recordings of the same band on MP3 files.
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Genre/Form: Rules: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Association for Recorded Sound Collections.; Associated Audio Archives.
OCLC Number: Notes: "Based upon the second edition of the Anglo-American cataloging rules"--Page viii. Genre/Form: Handbooks and manuals Handbooks, manuals, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rules for archival cataloging of sound recordings.
In library and information science, cataloging or cataloguing is the process of creating metadata representing information resources, such as books, sound recordings, moving images, etc.
Cataloging provides information such as creator names, titles, and subject terms that describe resources, typically through the creation of bibliographic records. Archival description encompasses the dual processes of cataloging and production of finding aids.
Finding Aids Archival repositories such as the Library of Congress routinely create detailed inventories, registers, indexes, and guides to describe their collections of primary source materials. Use the following provider-neutral instructions when cataloging online resources in all formats in WorldCat regardless of the cataloging rules used or the language of cataloging.
This will result in a single bibliographic record that represents multiple instances of the same online resource for any one language of cataloging.
Many music sound recordings are part of a series, so this area needs to be looked for in the cataloging record and when doing original cataloging. Some recordings are part of an obviously stated series, and some just list a publisher's catalog number on the packaging. The links below will download PDF files of RDA cataloging examples.
Each document is bookmarked to allow for easy navigation between examples. These examples show authority and bibliographic records in both an RDA element view and a MARC encoding view of the record: Examples of full RDA records (RSC) – authority records.
♪ 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.
Books or scores issued with audio/video carriers: Generally apply a) or d) as follows: 1) If the audio/video carrier is affixed to the cover or endpapers of the book/score, apply a) and treat the book/score as the source of information identifying the resource as a whole.
Apply Association of Recorded Sound Collections. "Rules for Archival Cataloging of Sound Recordings." ARSC, The AAA states that virtually every detail of cataloging historic sound recordings was examined in the preparation of this volume.
The checklist emphasizes descriptive/access elements that differ from standard book cataloging or are otherwise unique to sound recording cataloging. For description/access areas not addressed here--e.g. parallel titles, capitalization--refer to our Simple Book Local Workflow in the Tools section of the RDA Toolkit, as well as RDA Sections 2, 3.
At last--a manual that takes the chore out of cataloging sound recordings. The author clarifies the AACR2 rules (Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition) and literally steps through the thought process used in cataloging a sound recording, beginning with what to use as the source for the title, through the physical description and series information.
This chapter focuses on the preparation of the catalog record. While the cataloging of archival materials is informed by the Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd edition, the specific standard is Describing Archives: A Content Standard (Society of American Archivists, ), referred to throughout this chapter as is assumed that all catalogers preparing MARC21 records for archival.
For sound recordings, use subfield ǂa for the number of physical units. Enter the appropriate term from the list of carrier types preceded by the number of physical units in Arabic numerals.
See RDA and RDA For AACR2, see rule B1. Enter the playing time in parentheses following the carrier type when appropriate. British Library Sounds: The British Library has m of its million sound recordings available online.
Content includes interviews and oral histories; nature sounds; music; and historic audio from pioneers of recorded sound. Before using British Library Sounds in your story, please review their legal and ethical usage statement.
For music sound recordings, choice of entry differs from book cataloging for a collection of two or more works by different composers: the record for the sound recording is entered under the name of the person represented as the "principal performer." A principal performer can be a person or a group (corporate body).
Discusses the processing and cataloging of archival sound recording collections. The use of "Anglo American Cataloguing Rules, 2nd edition" (AACR 2) and "Archives, Personal Papers and Manuscripts" (APPM) is explained, the MARC format for Archival and Manuscripts Control (AMC) is described, finding aids and subject indexing are discussed, and examples are given.
Recorded Sound Archive: Search the Catalog and Request a Recording. Cylinder phonograph record storage. The majority of the phonograph records in the catalog are Edison recordings made between and The collection also includes some Edison-era recordings. There is a specific list of the various GMD’s that are approved in cataloging standards in the Gorman rule book (), but the GMD for a music CD is ‘sound recording’.
The GMD is always enclosed in square brackets, and should always be used for non-book materials. Rules for Archival Cataloging of Sound Recordings. ARSC, Association for Recorded Sound Collections, Associated Audio Archives Committee.
Audio Preservation: A Planning Study, Final Performance Report. ARSC, Marco, Guy, and Frank Andrews (eds.). Encyclopedia of Recorded Sound in the United States. Garland, McWilliams.
The MLBSSA also collects materials in support of BGSU's College of Musical Arts, including scores and recordings for study and performance, anthologies and collected works of individual.