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Orbis Cataloging Manual: Manuscript Music

Introduction

Variable Control Fields
  
Variable Data Fields

   Numbers and Codes (0XX)    Title and Publication (2XX)    Collation and Organization (3XX)

   Series (4XX)            Notes (5XX)              Location (8XX)             Local Information (9XX)

Access Points (1XX, 240, 6XX, 7XX)
   
Appendices

   Appraisal of Duplicates

   Reference Sources

   Examples


Introduction

These guidelines address description and selection of access points for manuscript material consisting of music notation. The fields defined in this document are used by Manuscript Unit catalogers in creating records using record type d (manuscript music) for single items and collections of music materials in the Yale University Library OPAC (Orbis). These instructions are intended to interpret and supplement general cataloging rules in Anglo-American Cataloging Rules, 2nd ed. (AACR2), and Beinecke manuscript cataloging practice documented in the Manuscript Unit's Orbis Cataloging Manual: Mixed Materials Format.

Fields pertaining to published music are included for use in cases when printed items are cataloged as manuscripts, such as published music annotated in manuscript, annotated or otherwise altered photocopies of published music, or proofs. Collections which include music materials but consist mostly of textual or other types of manuscripts are cataloged using record type p (Mixed Materials), according to guidelines in the Mixed Materials Manual.


Variable Control Fields

Fields or codes specific to music are defined below. All other fields are defined in variable control fields in the Mixed Materials Manual. See USMARC Format for Bibliographic Data on Cataloger's Desktop for further information about codes.

If manuscript music is present in a collection, an Additional Materials Characteristics (006d) field may be included in a mixed materials record. Use of an 006d field must correspond to at least one subject heading identifying a type of composition (650). A record may or may not also include a genre heading pertaining to music (655).

Leader

General Description (008)

Additional Materials Characteristics (006)


Leader

Record Type

Indexed: Limit search by Item Type
Codes: d Manuscript music

General Description (008)

The following fields are not indexed.

Composition

Use a two-character code to identify type of compositional form. A list of codes is available on the Music Cataloging at Yale website.

Format of Music

Use one of the following codes to identify the type of score format or other format of music.

a = full score
b = full score, miniature or study size
c = accompaniment reduced for keyboard
d = voice score
e = condensed score or piano-conductor score
g = close score
m = multiple score formats
u = unknown
z = other than score format (e.g., pages of music for solo instrument or voice)

Audience

Enter a blank, for "unknown or not specified".

Form of Item

For single items, use a one-character code to identify microform or print reproduction technique. If the item is not a reproduction, enter a blank. For collections, enter a blank and describe any reproductions present in a scope and content note (520).

Accompanying Matter

For single items, use up to six of the following codes to identify genre or subject content of accompanying non-music material. Enter blanks for any unused positions. For collections, and optionally for single items, enter blanks and describe accompanying material in a scope and content note (520).

a = discography
b = bibliography
c = thematic index
d = libretto or text
e = biography of composer or author
f = biography of performer or history of ensemble
g = technical and/or historical information on instruments
h = technical information on music
i = historical information
k = ethnological information
r = instructional materials
s = music
z = other accompanying matter

Literary Text for Sound Recording 1 and 2

For written music, enter code n for "not applicable" in each field.

Additional Materials Characteristics (006)

If a genre heading is included for accompanying items such as text, photographs, or artwork, a corresponding 006 field must also be included. See instructions for 006 fields in the Mixed Materials Manual.


Variable Data Fields

Numbers and Codes

Publisher Number (028)

Language Code (041)

Form of Musical Composition Code (047)

Number of Musical Instruments or Voices Code (048)


 

MUSIC TAG: 028 (Publisher Number)

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Staff Indexes: Publisher Number

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Publisher's number

INDICATORS:

1st

2 plate number
3 publisher number

2nd

0 No note; no added entry
2 Note; no added entry

SUBFIELDS:

|a Number
|b Source

NOTES:

Use for publisher or plate numbers appearing on published music or proof sheets, using multiple fields if more than one number is present. These may consist of numbers or a combination of numbers and letters or words. Use indicators to differentiate between plate numbers, which if present will appear identically on each page of music, and publisher numbers, which may be similar in form but do not appear identically on every page.

For each publisher or plate number also include a note. Use of a second indicator "2" will cause the system to generate a note with the default field label. Optionally, use a second indicator "0" and enter a more detailed note in a 500 or 520 field. This note will display with a "Notes" or "Summary" field label.

For annotated printed music, use if a plate or publisher number is visible or otherwise known. Include notes (520 or 500) regarding the reproduction and identifying the original publication, stating at least the original imprint.

Examples:

 

028:20: |a E.A.S.4583 |b Editions Salabert

520:  : Vocal score, holograph, with corrections by Messager and printer's annotations for publication by Editions Salabert. …

500:  : Pl. no.: E.A.S.4583 (manuscript printer's annotation).

 


MUSIC TAG: (041) Language Code

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword

INDICATORS:

1st

0 Item is not a translation/does not include a translation
1 Item is or includes a translation

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Languages of text
|h Language code of original and/or intermediate translations of text

NOTES:

Use to indicate the presence of more than one language, a translation of a vocal text, or the presence of textual material accompanying nonvocal works. For collections including both music and textual manuscripts, use for languages or translations present in the collection as a whole.

Use standard codes given in USMARC Code List for Languages on Cataloger's Desktop.

Examples:

            041:0 : |a gerita |h ita


MUSIC TAG: (047) Form of Musical Composition Code

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Form of musical composition code

NOTES:

Use only when multiple compositional form codes are indicated by use of "mu" (multiple forms) in Compositionin the 008 field. Codes are entered in separate |a subfields.

A list of codes is available on the Music Cataloging at Yale website.

Examples:

            047:  : |a sg |a df


MUSIC TAG: (048) Number of Musical Instruments or Voices Code

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a performer or ensemble
|b soloist

NOTES:

See codes in USMARC Format for Bibliographic Data on Catalogers Desktop.

Examples:

            048:  : |a ka01


Title and Publication (2XX)

Title Statement (245)

Varying Form of Title (246)

Edition Statement (250)

Musical Presentation Statement (254)

Imprint (260)


MUSIC TAG: (245) Title Statement
Required

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Public Indexes: Title, Author Sorted by Title
Additional Staff Indexes: Title

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Title

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period, even when another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present unless the last word in the field is an abbreviation, initial, etc.

INDICATORS:

1st

0 No title added entry
1 Title added entry

2nd

0-9 Number of nonfiling characters present

SUBFIELDS:

|a Title
|b Remainder of title
|c Remainder of title page transcription/statement of responsibility
|f Inclusive dates
|g Bulk dates

NOTES:

For single items, transcribe from the title page according to AACR2. If no title page is present, transcribe from the caption, cover, colophon, other preliminary pages, or content of the item, and make a note of the source. Prefer the title page and other sources in the order stated above, but prefer a source giving more complete information.  Prefer information included in the original manuscript over later annotations.  Consider describing later annotations in a note, especially if they concern the creative process or performance history of the work.  If no title information is present, determine the title of the published version or construct a title according to AACR2 rules for uniform titles, and enter in brackets.  When constucting a title for an excerpt from a larger work, enter only the title for the part in hand, and enter the title for the complete work as a uniform title.  Treat statements of medium of performance, key, date of composition, and opus or other number as part of the title proper (subfield |a) only if the main title element is a type of composition. Otherwise, consider these elements other title information (subfield |b) (see AACR2 5.1B1).

For collections, assign a title according to the Mixed Materials Manual. If a collection concerns a single work or group of works, include the work title in the assigned title, e.g. "Scores relating to ..." and also trace it as a uniform title (600 |t) or as an uncontrolled title (740).

For annotated printed music or photocopies, give original title information in a note, if known. Optionally, make notes (520 or 500) to clarify incomplete statements of responsibility, to record altered titles or other altered information, annotations, or translations. Especially consider making these notes if the information noted concerns the creative process or performance history of the work.

Enter a date, or date span encompassing any dated annotations, for creation of the material in subfield |f.  Date(s) in subfield |f and in fixed fields DT/1 and DT/2 must be the same. For collections, enter a bulk date span in subfield |g, if appropriate. Subfields |f and |g, in that order, follow subfields |a and |b and precede subfield |c.

Examples:

 

240:10: Rantzau. |p Sol che il sole risplenda

245:10: [Sol che il sole risplenda], |f 18--.

500:  : Title from first line of text.

(opera excerpt)

 

245:10: |a [Recitatives for Medecin malgre lui by Charles Gounod], |f [1922?-1923].

500: : "Medecin malgre lui: opera comique de Gounod" -- caption title, written in an unidentified hand.

(No title page; assigned title should identify Satie's work rather than Gounod's; 245 |a will be used as a citation for this item)

 

245:10: |a Luisa Miller : |b melodramma tragico in tre atti, |f [ca. 1850-1929] / |c sinfonia musica del Sigr. Mo. Guiseppe Verdi.
(music dated ca. 1850, with conductors annotations dated ca. 1850-1929).

245:10: |a Sinfonia concertante : |b for orchestra with pianoforte (quasi obbligato), |f [ca. 1927] / |c by William Walton.

245:10: |a Coups de roulis, |f [ca. 1928] / |c Albert Willemetz ; Andre Messager.

245:00: |a Raccolta di canzoni ed arie nazionali napolitane e balli popolari per pianoforte, |f [17--?].

245:10: |a Marina : |b melodramma in un atto, |f [ca. 1889] / |c di Umberto Giordano.


MUSIC TAG: (246) Varying Form of Title

 

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Public Indexes: Title, Author Sorted by Title
Additional Staff Indexes: Title

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Variant and related titles

PUNCTUATION: Doesn't end with a mark of punctuation unless the last word in the field is an abbreviation, initial, etc.

INDICATORS:

1st

0 No note; no added entry
2 Note; no added entry

2nd

b/ No type specified
0 Portion of title
1 Parallel title
2 Distinctive title
3 Other title
4 Cover title
5 Added title page title
6 Caption title
7 Running title
8 Spine title

SUBFIELDS:

|a Title proper/short title
|b Remainder of title

NOTES:

Use for single items when indexing is desired for alternative titles, such as variant spellings, access to both arabic and spelled-out numbers, or variant cover or spine titles. Use only for titles which apply to the item as a whole. Use a 740 field for a title which applies to part of an item.

For information on use of indicators or cataloger-supplied labels for specific types of titles, see guidelines on the Music Cataloging at Yale website.


MUSIC TAG: (250) Edition Statement

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Edition

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Edition statement
|b Remainder of edition statement

NOTES:

Use for single scores to transcribe a statement of voice range which is not grammatically linked to the title (see LC Music Cataloging Decisions 5.2B2) or "publication" by reproduction, e.g. Composers Facsimile Edition (American Composers Alliance).

Make a note (520 or 500) for manuscript annotations indicating preparation for a new edition.


MUSIC TAG: (254) Musical Presentation Statement

REPEATABLE: no

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Edition

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Musical presentation statement

NOTES:

If present on the item in hand, transcribe any statement of the physical presentation of the work, such as "Miniature score" or "Score and set of parts." Do not use this field for any statement that implies an arrangement of the work, such as "Piano score" or "Vocal score." Consider these statements of responsibility, even if the name of the arranger is not given.


MUSIC TAG: (260) Imprint

Do not use for manuscripts. A date or date span for creation of the material is entered in the 245 field, subfield |f. For single published or proof scores with manuscript annotations, or, optionally, for a published or proof score in a collection, record imprint information in a note (520 or 500).


Collation and Organization (3XX)

Physical Description (300)

Playing Time (306)

Organization and Arrangement of Materials (351)


MUSIC TAG: (300) Physical Description
Required

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Description

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Extent
|b Other physical details
|c Dimensions
|e Accompanying material
|f Type of unit
|g Size of unit
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

For single items, use terminology given in AACR2, chapter 5, section 5, to identify physical units such as scores, multi-volume scores, specific types of scores (such as vocal score or chorus score), score with parts, parts only, or pages of music for solo instrument. For manuscripts, precede terms with "ms." Identify manuscript notation as holograph, copyist's manuscript, manuscript in an unidentified hand,  or photocopy in a note (500 or 520). Clarify combination of print, manuscript, or photocopied sections, separate works bound together, or other physical characteristics in a note (520 or 500).

Record pagination and height of single items according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.

For collections, enter extent according to instructions in the Mixed Material Manual. Optionally, use multiple 300 fields to describe multiple single scores.

Do not use subfield f. Include both extent and type of unit in subfield a.

Examples:

300:  : |a 1 ms. vocal score (ca. 180 p.) ; |c 35 cm.

500:  : Sections are numbered and paged separately.

 

300:  : ca. 100 p. of ms. music ; |c 18 x 24 cm.

(music for solo keyboard)

 

300:  : |a 1 ms. score (3 v.) ; |c 45 cm.
300:  : |a 1 ms. score (94, [13], [22] p.) ; |c 36 cm.
300:  : |a 1 ms. vocal score (ca. 180 p.) ; |c 35 cm.
300:  : |a 1 ms. score ([4] p.) + 1 ms. part ([3] p.) ; |c 31 cm.

 


MUSIC TAG: (306) Playing Time

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Playing time

NOTES:

Use to state the duration of performance of the work, if given on the item in hand. State hours, minutes, and seconds using six digits in the following form: hhmmss. Exactly one minute is coded as 60 seconds, and exactly one hour is coded as 60 minutes.

Also enter a note (500 or 520) stating the duration in the following form: hh:mm:ss.


MUSIC TAG: (351) Organization and Arrangement of Materials

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Organization

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Organization
|b Arrangement
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

Use for collections, according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


Series Statements (4XX)

Series Statement/Added entry-title (440)

Series Statement (490)


MUSIC TAG: (440) Series Statement/Added Entry-Title

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Public Indexes: Author Sorted by Title, Journal/Newspaper/Magazine Title, Title
Additional Staff Indexes: Title, Series Title, Staff Title Headings,

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Series

PUNCTUATION: Does not end with a mark of punctuation, unless the field ends with an abbreviation, an initial/letter, or other data that ends with a mark of punctuation.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

0-9 Number of nonfiling characters

SUBFIELDS:

|a Title
|n Number of part/section of a work
|p Name of part/section of a work
|v Volume/sequential designation

NOTES:

For published or proof items, enter according to AACR2.

Make a note (520 or 500) for manuscript annotations relating to preparation for publication in a series, and consider tracing the series title (4XX).


MUSIC TAG: (490) Series Statement/Added Entry-Title

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Public Indexes: Title
Additional Staff Indexes: Series: Not Traced

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Series

PUNCTUATION: Does not end with a mark of punctuation, unless the field ends with an abbreviation, an initial/letter, or other data that ends with a mark of punctuation.

INDICATORS:

1st

0 Series not traced
1 Series traced differently

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Series statement
|v Volume/sequential designation

NOTES:

For published or proof items, enter according to AACR2.

Make a note (520 or 500) for manuscript annotations relating to preparation for publication in a series, and consider tracing the series title (4XX).


Notes (5XX)

General Note (500)

Formatted Contents Note (505)

Preferred Citation Note (524)

Other Formats Notes (53X)

Scope and Content (520)

Biographical or Historical Note (545)

Language Note (546)

Ownership and Custodial History (561)


MUSIC TAG: (500) General Note

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Notes

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a General note
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

For single items, make notes clarifying the following points when necessary. Notes are made in separate 500 fields, in order of the descriptive areas that they address. For collections, or optionally for single items, include this information in a scope and content note (520).

Form of Composition and Medium of Performance. State if not clear from uniform title or title statement, including type of composition, type of ensemble, instrumentation, and type and voicing of chorus or solo voice. If an arrangement, including arranged accompaniments for solo works, clarify this if necessary and also state original instrumentation.

Source of Title Proper. State source, such as title page, caption, cover, annotations, or accompanying document, and clarify if date or handwriting, etc., of this information is different from the body of the item.

Examples:

500:  : Title from first line of text.
500:  : Title from cover.

500:  : Title from caption.

Other Title Information. Optionally, state additional title information or statements of responsibility not included in the 245 field. Include any known statements of responsibility not transcribed, sources, dedications, or other personal or corporate names if tracing is desirable. Also describe manuscript changes made to title information or related annotations.

Examples:

500: : "Medecin malgre lui: opera comique de Gounod" -- caption title, written in an unidentified hand.

Source of Vocal Text. State title, author, original language, and translations of text if not clear from uniform title or title statement. Also state presence of separate text and accompanying matter relating to text.

Examples:

500:  : The libretto from Roma was written by Henri Cain, based Romas vaincue by Alexandre Parodi.
(opera excerpt)

 

500:  : Voice part includes separate text for second and third verses.
(song)

 

Source of Edition. Describe sources used for preparation of the present edition, if known, e.g. that the present edition is a photocopy of an earlier edition or was based on a known holograph or copyist’s manuscript. Also see LCRI 2.7B7 regarding description of republications and MCD 5.7B7 regarding republication by photocopy.

Notation. Describe characteristics such as holograph, manuscript, printed reproduction, or photocopy of holograph or manuscript. Include further information such as date, place, signature, dedication, and name of copyist, if known. Information may be found with title information, in the caption, at the end of music notation, or in accompanying material. Also state any copyright date found on the item.

Physical Characteristics.  Specify characteristics such as page numbering, measurement, or binding, if not clear from the physical description.

Examples:

500:  : Sections are numbered and paged separately.

500:  : Bound by a former owner.

500: Bound by a former owner.  "D. Walter" stamped on each spine.
500:  : Bound by a fomer owner, with some loss of annotations in margins.

 

Accompanying Material. State presence of information such as performance instructions, information about instruments or ensembles, text translations, or biographical or historical information.

Publisher and Plate Numbers. State publisher or plate numbers given in 028 fields for which a second indicator 0 has been used.

Examples:

028:20: |a E.A.S.4583 |b Editions Salabert

500:  : Pl. no.: E.A.S.4583 (manuscript printer's annotation).

Publisher or Distributor Label. Describe if different from imprint information stated elsewhere.

Annotations. Briefly describe or discuss in more detail in a scope and content note (see 520 below).

Rental Material. Describe stamps, labels, annotations, or other information identifying the score as rental material.


MUSIC TAG: (505) Formatted Contents Note

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword
Additional Staff Indexes: Title

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Contents

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

0 Contents
1 Incomplete contents
2 Partial contents
8 No display constant generated

2nd

b/ Basic
0 Enhanced

SUBFIELDS:

|a Formatted contents note

NOTES:

Optionally, include a list of contents if this will facilitate keyword access to distinctive titles within a work, such as individual songs within a song cycle, or to titles within a collection of distinct pieces.

Examples:

Contents: “C’est au temps de la chrysantheme” ; “Mon coeur est plein de toi comme une coupe d’or” ; “Noel! En voyant dans ses langes l’enfant radieux” ; “Tu l’as bein dit: je ne sais pas t’aimer!” ; “Ah! Du moins, pour toi je veux  etre l’ami que cherchera ta main.”


MUSIC TAG: (520) Scope and Content

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Summary

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

b/ No information provided

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

a Summary, etc. note
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

Use to describe content of collections, or optionally for detailed description of single items, according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual. State presence of holographs, copyist’s manuscripts, giving name and date if known, or manuscripts in an unidentified hand. Include description of drafts, proofs, and other evidence of the creative process or publication history.

Describe holograph, manuscript, typescript, or photocopied annotations. If known, give a date for annotations and a source, such as composer, conductor, performer, translator, or editor. Also describe evidence of ownership and relationship to an identified performance, sound recording, use as a master for reproduction for performers, or preparation of an edition or translation.

Consider describing evidence of other research value such as evidence of concert life, music education, or music publishing of a specific place or time, the development of a cultural period or musical style, or the relationship between music and political or other historical events.

Examples:

520/2:  : |a Score, holograph, with corrections and conductor's annotations.  The score varies from the first published edition and is apparently an earlier version of the work.  Accompanied by a fragment of score paper with Walton's name and the Sitwells' London address, written by Walton in holograph.

520:  : Score of Satie's nine recitatives, holograph, with corrections by Satie and brief annotations written by dancer Serge Lifar and in unidentified hands.  Appended are a transposition of Gounod's quintet from act three, written in holograph by Georges Auric, and a vocal score of the final octet, written in an unidentified hand, possibly that of Edouard Flament.  Laid in are a text of the quintet, typescript, and an excerpt in vocal score showing the transition to the final scene, written in holograph by Satie.

520/2:  : |a Vocal score, holograph, with corrections by Messager and printer's annotations for publication by Editions Salabert.  Sections are numbered and paged separately; number twelve is not present.  Accompanied by two documents identifying the score as Messager's holograph, signed by his granddaughter Jacqueline Dumore-Messager, 1971 May 23 and undated.

520/1:  : |a Volume of untitled pieces for piano, written in manuscript by an unidentified composer or copyist, most with song texts included.

520/2:  : |a Score of the final scene of I Rantzau, holograph with corrections, signed and dated at Milan, 1894 Nov 1.  The score varies from the version published in 1892 and apparently is a revision of the scene.  Appended is an inscription to Arturo Pirani, Milan, 1894 Nov 2.

520/2:  : |a Vocal score, holograph, with corrections and revisions.

520/2:  : |a Score in two volumes, written in manuscript in the hands of several copyists, with text in Italian and German translation.  Annotations on the title page of each act list performances in Italian cities, including Alba, 1882; Alessandria, 1851; Bari, 1877-1878; Bergamo, 1851 and 1885-1886; Brescia, 1887; Verdi's Busseto estate, 1890; Casale Monferrato, 1878; Fabriano, n.d.; Faenza, n.d.; Fano, 1877-1878; Fiume, n.d.; Genoa, 1850 and 1889; Gorizia, 1889;  Mantua, 1878 and 1887; Milan, 1881; Padua, 1879-1880; Parma, n.d.; Pistoia, 1890; Reggio, 1851 and 1883; Riva, 1878; Rome, 1885 and n.d.; Rovigo, 1850; San Remo, 1880-1881; Turin, n.d.; Vercelli, 1851-1852; Vicenza, 1888; and Zara, 1852 and n.d. Stamps on title pages and throughout each act indicate that the score was rented through the Leipzig office of Verdi's publisher Ricordi, apparently during a German revival of the opera in the 1920s.  Blank pages following each act are stamped 1929.  Part of act two and missing fragments of a few other pages have been replaced by later copyists.  Metronome markings, cuts, and other performance annotations appear thoughout the score.  The title

page of act one is signed by conductor Leopoldo Mugnone.

520:  : Song, holograph, with dedication to Adeline Palianti.

520:  : Songs, holograph, dated 1862 Aug 25 and 26, with a fragment of an unidentified song on the recto of the first page, dated [1862] Aug 23.

520:  : Incidental music, holograph, with printer’s annotations, inscribed to Paul Ginisty, Theatre de l’Odeon, 1904.

520:  : Song, version for soprano or tenor, published by Heugel (Paris, c1892).  The cover is inscribed by Massenet to “Mademoiselle Van Hoot,” Festival de Namur, 1894.

520:  : Song cycle, holograph, with corrections, and revisions by Massent and printer’s annotations for publication by Georges Hartmann.  Songs are dated 1881 Jul-Sep, with revisions, 1881 Sep, and an inscription to Madame Joseph Michel, 1883 Feb.

520:  : Song, holograph, with dedication to Frank [Tirot?].

520:  : Fragment from Massenet’s opera Roma, holograph.  The fragment is signed by his daughter Juliette Massenet, 1913 May, and accompanied by an ALS from her to “Monsieur,” enclosing the music in response to a request for her father’s holograph, Paris, May 10, 1913.


MUSIC TAG: (524) Preferred Citation Note
Required

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Cite as

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

b/ No information provided

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Preferred citation of described materials note

NOTES:

Used to identify item by curatorial area and specify other information desired for scholarly citations.  Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.

Examples:

524:  : |a William Walton, Sinfonia Concertante.  General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

524:  : |a Erik Satie, Recitatives for Le medecin malgre lui by Charles Gounod.  General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

524:  : |a Raccolta di canzoni ed arie nazionale napolitane e balli popolari per pianoforte.  General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

524:  : |a Pietro Mascagni, Sol che il sole risplenda.  General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

524:  : |a Giuseppe Verdi, Luisa Miller.  General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.


Other Formats Notes (53X)

Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


MUSIC TAG: (545) Biographical or Historical Note

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Biography/Historical Note

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Biographical or historical data

NOTES:

Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.

Examples:

545/1:  : |a William Walton composed the Sinfonia Concertante while living in London with the Sitwell family.  Walton dedicated the three movements of the work to Edith, Osbert, and Sacheverell Sitwell.  The Sinfonia Concertante was first published in 1928 and revised in 1943.

545/1:  : |a Charles Gounod's opera-comique Le medecin malgre lui, with a libretto based on Moli ere's play, was first performed in 1858.  For a revival at the Festival Francais in Monte Carlo, Serge Diaghilev commissioned recitatives by Satie to replace original spoken dialogue.  A final vocal octet was adapted by Georges Auric from Gounod's quintet in act three.  Le medecin malgre lui, with nine "sc enes nouvelles" by Satie and the final scene by Auric, was conducted by Edouard Flament at the Casino Theater, Monte Carlo, on January 5, 1924.

545/1:  : |a Operetta with a libretto by Albert Willemetz, based on a novel by Maurice Larrouy.  A vocal score was published by Editions Salabert (Paris, 1928).

545/1:  : |a I Rantzau, with a libretto by Guido Menasci and Giovanni Targioni-Tozzetti, based on a play by  Emile Erckmann, was first performed in Florence in 1893.  A vocal score was published by Sonzogno (Milan, 1892).

545/1:  : |a Opera, with a libretto by Enrico Golisciani,  composed while Giordano was a student at the Naples Conservatory.  In 1889 Marina placed sixth in the Sonzogno Competition, leading to a commission for Mala vita, Giordano's first full length opera, completed in 1892.

545/1:  : |a Opera with a libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on Friedrich von Schiller's play Kabale und Liebe, premiered at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, on December 8, 1849.


MUSIC TAG: (546) Language Note

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Notes

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a Language note
|b Information code or alphabet, (i.e. roman alphabet, braille, pictograms, arabic alphabet, hieroglyphics)
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

Use to clarify languages and translations of single vocal works, if not clear from the title statement. For collections, or optionally for single items, use to describe predominant languages and translations present in annotations and accompanying textual manuscripts.


MUSIC TAG: (561) Ownership and Custodial History
Required

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: Notes

PUNCTUATION: Ends with a period unless another mark of punctuation or closing parenthesis is present.

INDICATORS:

1st

none

2nd

none

SUBFIELDS:

|a History
|3 Materials specified

NOTES:

Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.

Examples:

561/3:  : |a Purchased at Sotheby's, London, on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2000.

561/3:  : |a Purchased from Lisa Cox on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 1998.

561/2:  : |a Purchased from Michel Bouvier on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 1999.


Location (8XX)

Location (852)

Electronic Location and Access (856)


MUSIC TAG: (852) Location
Required

REPEATABLE: yes

INDEXED: Keyword

ORBIS PUBLIC DISPLAY CONSTANT: none

PUNCTUATION: No mark of punctuation

INDICATORS:

1st

b/ No information provided

2nd

b/ No information provided

SUBFIELDS:

|a Location (custodian or owner)

NOTES:

Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


MUSIC TAG: (856) Electronic Location and Access

Use to link to online finding aids for collections. See instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


Local Information (9XX)

9XX fields are currently not used, but may be present in older records. See the Mixed Materials Manual for definitions of past usage.


Access Points

At least one subject access point (6XX) is required.

Problems with authority records may be reported to the YUL Cataloging Management Team with a Heading Change Request Form.

Name (100, 600, 700)

Corporate Body (610, 710)

Uniform Title (240, 600 |t)

Topical Subject Headings (650)

Form/Genre Subject Headings (655)

Local Subject Headings (690, 692, and 693)


MUSIC TAG: (100, 600, 700) Name

For full tag definitions, see instructions in Mixed Materials Manual for 100, 600, and 700.

Use AACR2, chapter 21, sections 18-22, to determine main entry for arrangements, transcriptions, adaptations, etc. Also see Music Cataloging Decisions (MCD) 25.35C regarding revisions by the original composer, added accompaniments, alternative instruments, and song transpositions.

Include added entries (700) for any additional names mentioned in the 245 or in notes, such as librettist, text author, text translator, editor, or copyist. Optionally, use relator codes (subfield |4) in 700 fields to specify types of responsibility. A list of codes is available on the Music Cataloging at Yale website. Optionally, use a 700 |t field for access to individual items in a collection which are described in the scope and content (520).

Include a subject added entry (600) for the composer and for any writer of annotations. For librettists and text authors who did not collaborate with the composer, also include a 600 field with |v Musical settings. Optionally, also make added subject entries for dedicatees or performers associated with the work or item in hand.

Examples:

100:1 : |a Walton, William, |d 1902-

100:1 : |a Satie, Erik, |d 1866-1925.


600/1:10: |a Sitwell, Edith, |c Dame, |d 1887-1964 |v Songs and music.
(work was dedicated to Sitwell)

 

600/2:10: |a Diaghilev, Serge, |d 1872-1929.

(annotations by Diaghilev)

 

600/4:10: |a Moliere, |d 1622-1673 |v Musical settings.

(opera with libretto based on a work by Moliere)

 

600:10: Coupee, Francois, |d 1842-1908. |v Musical settings.

700:1 : Coupee, Francois, |d 1842-1908. |t Passant.

(opera with libretto based on novel by Coupee; title of opera different than title of novel)

 

700:1 : Menasci, Guido.

(opera librettist)


MUSIC TAG: (610, 710) Corporate Body

For full tag definitions, see instructions in Mixed Materials Manual for 610 and 710.

Optionally, make subject added entries for dedicatees, ensembles, or publishers associated with the work or item in hand.

Examples:

610/2:20: |a Editions Salabert.

610/2:20: |a Casa musicale Sonzogno.

610/4:20: |a Ricordi (Firm)


MUSIC TAG: (240, 600 |t) Uniform Title

For full tag definitions, see instructions in Mixed Materials Manual for 240 and 600.

Uniform titles collocate title entries for a work which may appear in various manifestations, such as arrangements, editions, translations, parts, or excerpts. Use this field for a single item or for collections pertaining to a single work, unless the uniform title already appears as the 245 |a.

To determine a uniform title, first identify the composer and the work, if necessary distinguishing between the original work and an arrangement or the complete work and parts or excerpts. If the original and complete work is not readily identifiable from the item in hand, use reference sources, such as the Library of Congress Authority File (LCAF), the work list given for the composer in The New Grove Dictionary, works lists found in other sources, or editions of the composer’s complete works.

Search LCAF for an authoritative form of the composer’s name and for a name/title authority record establishing a uniform title for the work. If a uniform title is not found in LCAF, construct one according to instructions in AACR2, chapter 25, section 25. AACR2 provides guidance in isolating an initial title element and adding elements to construct a unique name/title heading. This may require determination of elements of a work such as type of composition, instrumentation or voicing, opus or other number, key, or year of composition. A list of standard terms for types of compositions, developed by the Music Library Association, may be found on the Music Cataloging at Yale website.

If any necessary title elements cannot be identified from the item in hand, use reference sources to determine them. For works not appearing in standard reference sources, use published editions of the work. If unpublished, use sources such as related music manuscripts, concert programs, concert reviews, or correspondence to determine a title used in performance, a final title, or a most commonly used title. When the item in hand is the only identified source of information about the work, use the title page, caption, annotations, or any other information present. Prefer information written at the same time as the music if this information conflicts with later annotations.

Examples:

240:10: Rantzau. |p Sol che il sole risplenda

(opera aria; title of aria from first line of text)
 
240:10: Roma. |p Tout homme dans Rome nous fuit et la ville servile toujours ob eit
(opera aria; title of aria from first line of text)

240:10: |a Sinfonia concertante, |m piano, orchestra

 

600:10: Coupee, Francois, |d 1842-1908. |v Musical settings.

700:1 : Coupee, Francois, |d 1842-1908. |t Passant.

(opera with libretto based on novel by Coupee; title of opera different than title of novel)

 

700:1 : Gounod, Charles, |d 1818-1893. |t Medecin malgre lui; |o arr.

(recitatives added to Gounod's opera by Satie)

 


MUSIC TAG: (650) Topical Subject Headings

For full tag definitions, see instructions in Mixed Materials Manual for 650.

Enter a subject heading for type of composition, using the most specific heading which applies to the work. Use only headings established in LCSH; new topical headings must be officially established before use. However, media of performance may be added to an established type of composition, using prescribed names of instruments or voices.

Guidelines for prescribed terms and order of listing are available on the Music Cataloging at Yale website. When appropriate, use a subfield to identify the physical format of the music, such as |v Scores, |v Scores and parts, or |v Excerpts. As music for solo keyboard or other solo instruments is described as "music" rather than "score," a subfield |v is not used for solo works.

Optionally, enter a topical subject heading for a person, historical event, or other "subject" of a work, with subfield |v Songs and music.

Examples:

650/5: 0: |a Piano with orchestra |v Scores.

650/6: 0: |a Operas |v Excerpts |v Scores.

650/3: 0: |a Operas |v Vocal scores with piano.

650/1: 0: |a Dance music |z Italy.

650/2: 0: |a Piano music.

650/3: 0: |a Songs, Italian.


650/5: 0: |a Conducting.

650/6: 0: |a Opera |z Italy |y 19th century.
(extensive annotations by several 19th century Italian opera conductors)


MUSIC TAG: (655) Form/Genre Subject Headings

Use according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


MUSIC TAG: (690, 692, 693) Local Subject Headings

When appropriate, use Beinecke Library local headings to trace physical evidence of provenance, binding information, and other physical characteristics. Use local headings, with second delimiter 4, for bindings (690), personal name (692), and corporate name (693) according to instructions in the Mixed Materials Manual.


 

Appendices

Appraisal of Duplicates

Consider retaining duplicate items which may facilitate reproduction for performers. If an item is to be reproduced for study or performance by musicians, the following characteristics should be considered:

Completeness, including presence of separate parts for all members of an ensemble.

Clarity, including legibility at a distance and absence of annotations or other obscuring factors.

Physical format, including ease of use on a music desk and page turning.

(See Knowing the Score: Preserving Collections of Music. Mark Roosa and Jane Gottlieb, compilers (Canton, Mass.: Music Library Association, 1994))


Reference Sources

Publishers

Music Cataloging

General Reference

Music Reference


Publishers

The Gale Group

Grove Music

Music Library Association

Scarecrow Press

Soldier Creek Press (Soldier Creek Music Series)
Sharon Olson, General Manager
P.O. Box 10
Belle Plaine, MN 56011-0010
(952) 873-66620
email: abb@ic.mankato.mn.us

Music Cataloging

General

Anglo-American Cataloging Rules (AACR2)
On Cataloger's Desktop.
Upcoming revision.
See especially Chapter 5 (Music), Chapter 21 (Choice of Access Points, sections 18-22, Musical Works), and Chapter 25 (Uniform Titles, sections 25-35, Musical Works).

Archives, Personal Papers, and Manuscripts (APPM)
On Cataloger's Desktop.

Descriptive Cataloging of Rare Books (DCRB)
On Cataloger's Desktop.
Under revision. New edition will include separate documentation for printed music (DCRM(PM)), as well as general information, books, serials, manuscripts, and cartographic materials.

Koth, Michelle. "Music Cataloging at Yale" (website)

Library of Congress. Music Cataloging Decisions (serial)
On Cataloger's Desktop.

Music Library Association. Music Cataloging Bulletin (monthly serial).

USMARC Format for Bibliographic Data
On Cataloger's Desktop.

Descriptive Cataloging

Hartsock, Ralph. Notes for Music Catalogers : Examples Illustrating AACR2 in the Online Bibliographic Record Soldier Creek Press (1994)
Examples of notes (500 fields) shown within records for published scores and sound recordings.

Music Library Association. "Sheet Music Cataloging Guidelines" (website)
For published sheet music. Website contains 1996 draft; Publication as a Music Library Association Technical Report (Scarecrow Press) projected for summer 2003.

Smiraglia, Richard P. Describing Music Materials : A Manual for Descriptive Cataloging of Printed and Recorded Music, Music Videos, and Archival Music Collections : For Use with AACR2 and APPM 3rd ed. Soldier Creek Press (1997)
For published scores, sound recordings, and videos, with a small section on archival collections.

Weitz, Jay. Music Coding and Tagging : MARC21 Content Designation for Scores and Sound Recordings. 2nd. ed. Soldier Creek Press (2001)
For published scores and recordings, including changes resulting from format integration.

Access Points

The Best of MOUG. 5th ed. Music OCLC Users Group (1994)
6th edition is projected. List of uniform titles compiled from Library of Congress Authority File.

Hemmasi, Harriette, comp. Music Subject Headings : Compiled from Library of Congress Subject Headings 2nd ed. Soldier Creek Press (1998)
Includes prefatory material on how to construct 650 headings for types of compositions and application of subdivision rules. Is the basis for a projected music thesaurus of form and genre terms.

Music Library Association. "Types of Compositions for Use in Music Uniform Titles" 2nd ed. (1997)

Online Audiovisual Catalogers, Inc. Authority Tools for Audio-Visual and Music Catalogers: An Annotated List of Useful Resources (website)

General Reference

Biography Resource Center
World Biographical Index (microfiche in SML Reference Reading Room)
Encyclopedias by country or ethnicity
National biographical dictionaries
Also see BRBL Manuscript Unit reference webpage (available in the Manuscript Unit)

Music Reference

List of music reference works used at the Library of Congress

Music biographical/historical sources:

Musical Biographical Resources on the Web (on Music Cataloging at Yale website)

The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. 2nd ed. (2001)
Print and
web-based version (restricted by IP address to Yale).
Plans projected for web version to be updated regularly, with archiving of old articles. Content may overlap but will not supersede other New Grove Dictionaries.
See also: earlier print editions.

Also see:

Composers' complete works editions
LC Classification M3 A-Z

Duckles, Vincent H. Music Reference and Research Materials: An Annotated Bibliography Music Reference ML113 D835 1997

Yale Music Library Song index (access through Music Library Reference)


Examples

000 01774ndma 2200313 a 450
001 4642559
005 20020514154012.0
008 001020s1927 ctuzza n eng d
035 __ |9 FNJ0359YL
040 __ |a CtY-BR |c CtY-BR |e appm
048 __ |b ka01 |a oa
100 1_ |a Walton, William, |d 1902-
240 10 |a Sinfonia concertante, |m piano, orchestra
245 00 |a Sinfonia concertante : |b for orchestra with pianoforte (quasi obbligato), |f [ca. 1927] / |c by William Walton.
300 __ |a 1 ms. score (3 v.) ; |c 45 cm.
545 __ |a William Walton composed the Sinfonia Concertante while living in London with the Sitwell family. Walton dedicated the three movements of the work to Edith, Osbert, and Sacheverell Sitwell. The Sinfonia Concertante was first published in 1928 and revised in 1943.
520 __ |a Score, holograph, with corrections and conductor's markings. The score varies from the first published edition and is apparently an earlier version of the work. Accompanied by a fragment of score paper with Walton's name and the Sitwells' London address, written by Walton in holograph.
561 __ |a Purchased at Sotheby's, London, on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2000.
500 __ |a Title from cover.
524 __ |a William Walton, Sinfonia Concertante. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
600 10 |a Sitwell, Edith, |c Dame, |d 1887-1964 |v Songs and music.
600 10 |a Sitwell, Osbert, |d 1892-1969 |v Songs and music.
600 10 |a Sitwell, Sacheverell, |d 1897- |v Songs and music.
600 10 |a Walton, William, |d 1902-
650 _0 |a Piano with orchestra |v Scores.
852 __ |a Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT
927 __ |a 20020506RO
928 __ |a AC05092001
948 __ |a ks

000 02613ndma 2200337 a 450
001 4776374
005 20020514154012.0
008 010629i18501929ctuopa n ita d
035 __ |9 FNX6718YL
040 __ |a CtY-BR |c CtY-BR |e appm
041 0_ |a gerita |h ita
100 1_ |a Verdi, Giuseppe, |d 1813-1901.
245 10 |a Luisa Miller : |b melodramma tragico in tre atti, |f [ca. 1850-1929] / |c sinfonia musica del Sigr. Mo. Guiseppe Verdi.
300 __ |a 1 ms. score (2 v.) ; |c 34 cm.
545 __ |a Opera with a libretto by Salvadore Cammarano, based on Friedrich von Schiller's play Kabale und Liebe, premiered at the Teatro di San Carlo, Naples, on December 8, 1849.
520 __ |a Score in two volumes, written in manuscript in the hands of several copyists, with text in Italian and German translation. Annotations on the title page of each act list performances in Italian cities, including Alba, 1882; Alessandria, 1851; Bari, 1877-1878; Bergamo, 1851 and 1885-1886; Brescia, 1887; Verdi's Busseto estate, 1890; Casale Monferrato, 1878; Fabriano, n.d.; Faenza, n.d.; Fano, 1877-1878; Fiume, n.d.; Genoa, 1850 and 1889; Gorizia, 1889; Mantua, 1878 and 1887; Milan, 1881; Padua, 1879-1880; Parma, n.d.; Pistoia, 1890; Reggio, 1851 and 1883; Riva, 1878; Rome, 1885 and n.d.; Rovigo, 1850; San Remo, 1880-1881; Turin, n.d.; Vercelli, 1851-1852; Vicenza, 1888; and Zara, 1852 and n.d.
520 __ |a Stamps on title pages and throughout each act indicate that the score was rented through the Leipzig office of Verdi's publisher Ricordi, apparently during a German revival of the opera in the 1920s. Blank pages following each act are stamped 1929. Part of act two and missing fragments of a few other pages have been replaced by later copyists. Metronome markings, cuts, and other performance markings appear thoughout the score. The title page of act one is signed by conductor Leopoldo Mugnone.
561 __ |a Purchased from Lisa Cox on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2001.
500 __ |a Bound by a former owner. "D. Walter" stamped on each spine.
524 __ |a Giuseppe Verdi, Luisa Miller. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
600 10 |a Mugnone, Leopoldo, |d 1858-1941.
600 10 |a Schiller, Friedrich, |d 1759-1805 |v Musical settings.
600 10 |a Verdi, Giuseppe, |d 1813-1901.
610 20 |a Ricordi (Firm)
650 _0 |a Conducting.
650 _0 |a Opera |z Italy |y 19th century.
650 _0 |a Operas |v Scores.
852 __ |a Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT
927 __ |a 20020506RO
928 __ |a AC04082002
948 __ |a ks

000 02410cdma 2200337 a 450
001 4722612
005 20021106102739.0
008 010328i19221923ctuopa d n fre d
035 __ |9 FNS1721YL
040 __ |a CtY-BR |c CtY-BR |e appm
100 1_ |a Satie, Erik, |d 1866-1925.
245 10 |a Scènes nouvelles for Le médecin malgré lui by Charles Gounod, |f [1922?-1923].
300 __ |a 1 ms. score (94, [13], [22] p.) ; |c 36 cm.
545 __ |a Charles Gounod's opéra-comique Le médecin malgré lui, with a libretto based on Molière's play, was first performed in 1858. For a revival at the Festival Français in Monte Carlo, Serge Diaghilev commissioned recitatives by Satie to replace original spoken dialogue. A final vocal octet was adapted by Georges Auric from Gounod's quintet in act three. Le médecin malgré lui, with nine "scènes nouvelles" by Satie and the final scene by Auric, was conducted by Edouard Flament at the Casino Theater, Monte Carlo, on January 5, 1924.
520 __ |a Score of Satie's nine sc~enes nouvelles, holograph, with corrections by Satie and brief annotations written by dancer Serge Lifar and in unidentified hands. Appended are a transposition of Gounod's quintet from act three, written in holograph by Georges Auric, and a vocal score of the final octet, written in an unidentified hand, possibly that of Edouard Flament. Laid in are a text of the quintet, typescript, and an excerpt in vocal score showing the transition to the final scene, written in holograph by Satie.
561 __ |a Purchased at Sotheby's, London, on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2001.
500 __ |a "Médecin malgré lui: opéra comique de Gounod" -- caption title, written in an unidentified hand.
524 __ |a Erik Satie, Scènes nouvelles for Le médecin malgré lui by Charles Gounod. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
600 10 |a Auric, Georges, |d 1899-
600 10 |a Diaghilev, Serge, |d 1872-1929.
600 10 |a Lifar, Serge, |d 1905-
600 10 |a Molière, |d 1622-1673 |v Musical settings.
600 10 |a Satie, Erik, |d 1866-1925.
650 _0 |a Operas |v Excerpts |v Scores.
700 1_ |a Auric, Georges, |d 1899-
700 1_ |a Flament, Edouard.
700 1_ |a Gounod, Charles, |d 1818-1893. |t Médecin malgré lui; |o arr.
852 __ |a Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT
927 __ |a 20020506RO
928 __ |a AC04082002
948 __ |a ks

000 01075ndma 2200229 a 450
001 4942313
005 20020514200231.0
008 020506s1876 ctucta d n fre d
035 __ |9 FPQ8625YL
040 __ |a CtY-BR |c CtY-BR |e appm
100 1_ |a Champommier |c (Composer)
245 10 |a Fureur de Saül : |b cantate, |f 1876 / |c paroles de E. M. T. ; musique de Champommier.
300 __ |a 1 ms. score (118 p.) ; |c 36 cm.
520 __ |a Score, including parts for orchestra and piano reduction, written in manuscript in an unidentified hand. Laid in are a manuscript vocal score of the final scene and a printed libretto with corrections in manuscript.
561 __ |a Purchased from Librairie Musicale Ancienne on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2002.
524 __ |a Champommier, Fureur de Saül. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
600 10 |a Champommier |c (Composer)
650 _0 |a Cantatas |v Scores.
852 __ |a Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT
927 __ |a tape
928 __ |a actape
948 __ |a ks

000 01399cdma 2200241 a 450
001 5895859
005 20020717133042.0
008 020610s1910 ctuopc n| fre d
040 __ |a CtY-BR |c CtY-BR |e appm
100 1_ |a Giordano, Umberto, |d 1867-1948.
245 10 |a Mese Mariano, |f [ca. 1910].
300 __ |a 1 ms. vocal score ([159] p.) (in a case) ; |c 35 cm.
545 __ |a Opera, with a libretto by Salvatore Di Giacomo, first performed in Palermo in 1910.
520 __ |a Vocal score, holograph draft with revisions. Parts of the libretto, in Di Giacomo's holograph and typescript, are affixed to some facing pages. Includes annotations by a former owner concerning comparison to a published version and identifying the score as part of the estate of Giordano's widow, Olga Spatz-Wurms.
561 __ |a Purchased at Christie's, London, lot 96, on the Edwin J. Beinecke Book Fund, 2001 Nov 28.
500 __ |a Sections are paged separately; continuous page numbers added by a former owner.
500 __ |a Bound by a former owner.
524 __ |a Umberto Giordano, Mese Mariano. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
600 10 |a Giordano, Umberto, |d 1867-1948.
600 10 |a Spatz-Wurms, Olga.
700 1_ |a Di Giacomo, Salvatore, |d 1860-1934.
650 _0 |a Operas |v Vocal scores with piano.
852 __ |a Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT

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