Cataloging at Yale Irving S. Gilmore Music Library
Music Cataloging at Yale

Call numbers || Music cataloging resources || RDA || Preferred titles || MARC
AACR2 || Authority control and NACO || Subject cataloging || Sound recording cataloging || Videorecording cataloging
ORBIS and OCLC || Language tools || Biographical sources: on the web || in print || Bindery and marking
Other music cataloging sites || Online catalogs || WorldCat || Grove music online (Yale IP addresses only) ||

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Call numbers


Music cataloging resources


RDA

See also Preferred titles and New MARC fields for RDA


Preferred titles


MARC tagging

Music-specific

General


Authority control and NACO


Subject cataloging

Music-specific

General


Sound recording cataloging

"Remember rule #1 of music cataloging: Never trust the liner notes"--Sue Weiland, Music Cataloging and Metadata Librarian, Ball State University.


Videorecording cataloging


ORBIS and OCLC


Language tools

Music-specific

General


Other useful music cataloging web sites


Online catalogs


Other work-related sites


For comments and information about this web page, contact:
Mickey Koth, Catalog Librarian
Yale University Music Library
(203.432.0494   FAX 203.432.7339)
©Yale University Library Last revised August 15, 2014.
For music reference inquiries and information about the library's collections, contact:
The Irving S. Gilmore Music Library