See also Note area (500 field) for scores
Final punctuation for notes (see also Final punctuation for 5XX fields)
Notes for sound recordings, when needed, are to be given in the following order:
Manufacturer's number || Artistic form and medium of performance || Language of sung or spoken text || Source of title proper
Variations in title || Parallel titles and other title information || Statements of responsibility || Edition and history
Publication, distribution information || Physical description || Accompanying material || Contents
|6.7B19||Manufacturer's number (See The 028 Field (Manufacturer Number for Sound Recordings) for examples)|
|6.7B1||Artistic form and medium of
500 The 7th work is a song cycle.
500 First-2nd, 4th works for flute and piano; 3rd and 5th works for solo flute.
500 Opera in 1 act.
500 Opera excerpts.
500 Principally folk songs with piano or orchestra acc.
500 Dutch love and drinking songs for 1-3 voices with instrumental ensemble. 500 Piano rolls of ragtime music.
500 First work originally for flute and orchestra; 2nd work originally for violin and piano; 4th work originally for orchestra.
|6.7B2||Language of sung or spoken
text (tag as 546; both indicators
546 The 4th-5th works sung in English.
546 Sung in English, French, German, and Italian.
546 The 1st work is sung in a combination of English, French, German, Italian, and Latin, the 2nd-4th works are sung in English.
|6.7B3||Source of title proper|
|6.7B4||Variations in title
See also The 246 field
|6.7B5||Parallel titles and other title information|
This note need not be transcribed directly from the chief source; however, as in the 245/c, statements of responsibility for different functions are separated by space-semicolon-space.
500 Revue based on the music of Alec Wilder conceived by Barbara Zinn and Elliott Weiss.
500 Based on folk texts from the 17th and 18th centuries.
500 The 1st work based on Goethe's poem.
500 The 4th work is based on the 2nd-3rd works.
500 Based on a tale from the Arabian nights.
500 Libretto by Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko after the dramatic poem The gypsies by Alexander Pushkin.
500 Libretto for the 1st work by César von Arx.
500 Libretto by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy.
500 Libretto by F.W. Weiskern, J.H.F. Mu¨ller, and J.A. Schachtner.
500 Text of the 1st work from the play by Hofmannsthal.
500 Text of 1st work from: When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd / Walt Whitman.
500 Text by Sylvia Plath (1st work).
Performers (tag as 511)
1st indicator: 0 = No display constant generated.
1 = Cast
2nd indicator: blank
511 0 Carol Wincenc, flute ; Samuel Sanders (1st, 3rd, 5th-6th works), Lukas Foss (2nd work), David Del Tredici (4th work), piano.
511 0 Christopher Hogwood, clavichord (by Johann Adolf Hass, 1761).
511 0 Jaap Schröder, violin ; with Christopher Hirons, violin (3rd work) ; Academy of Ancient Music ; Christopher Hogwood, conductor and harpsichord.
511 0 Charles Krigbaum, performing on the Newberry Memorial organ, Woolsey Hall, Yale University.
511 0 Sebastian Hennig (2nd work), Stefan Rampf, Allan Bergius (3rd work), sopranos ; René Jacobs, alto ; Kurt Equiluz, tenor ; Max von Egmond (1st-2nd works), Walter Heldwein (3rd work), basses ; Knabenchor Hannover, Collegium Vocale, Leonhardt-Consort, Gustav Leonhardt, conductor (1st-2nd works) ; Tölzer Knabenchor, Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, conductor (3rd work).
|6.7B7||Edition and history
Reissue of [label and number]
500 Reissue of: ABC Records ATS-20011.
Previously issued on [label and number]
500 The 2nd work previously released as Columbia MS 6373.
500 "Previously released in SD-3752"--Container.
500 "Previously released in S-35936"--Container.
Includes previously released material
500 Principally previously released material; "includes 4 bonus tracks from a demonstration record by Charles Strouse & Lee Adams"--Container.
500 Ed. recorded: Bruxelles : CeBeDeM.
500 Eds. recorded: Ione Press (1st work); ACA (3rd work); Galaxy Music (4th work); Dantalian (5th work); C. Fischer (7th work).
Date/time and place of recording (tag as 518; both indicators are blank)
Include the place(s) and date(s) of recording, when they are stated on the item or in the notes.
518 Recorded between 1952 and 1972 in Trinity College Chapel, Hartford, Conn. (1st-2nd, 4th, 6th-7th works) and Woolsey Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Conn. (3rd and 5th works).
518 First recordings of tambora music from the Mexican state of Sinaloa recorded by various bands between 1952 and 1965.
518 Recorded June 1-5, 1984, at American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, New York City.
518 Recorded in Kingsway Hall, London, Nov. 1983 (1st work) and in Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London, Aug. 1984 (2nd work).
518 Recorded digitally directly from a 1910 Steinway 65/88 noteplayer.
500 The 1st work a digital recording; the 2nd work a digitally remastered recording.
500 "Digitally remastered from the original 78rpm pressings"--Container.
500 "Digitally remastered with bonus tracks"--Container.
500 "Digitally mastered from an original analogue stereo recording"--Container.
500 "Coproduction Schwann Düsseldorf."
500 "Coproduction Aria/ADDA/K 617"--Container.
500 "Licensed from Decca."
500 "Licensed from Augsburg Publishing House."
500 "Licensed for promotional use only"--Labels on discs.
Label on container [giving distributor, etc.] ...
500 Cataloged from information on label, container, and outside sources.
500 Distributor from label on container.
500 Publisher from label on container.
Imprint on container, etc.
On container: Columbia private [disc].
Additional label name on container: MK.
500 A limited edition compilation album produced with the approval of the Clinton Presidential Inaugural Committee.
500 "Limited edition reissue produced for Records International by the original manufacturer"--Container verso.
500 "Exclusive limited edition--private subscription only."
500 Compact disc. 2
500 Recordable compact disc.
500 In two containers.
Durations are included in a note field only when there are two or more works on the recording, the durations are included in note. See Durations for a recording or score with two or more works.
When there is one work on the recording, include the duration in the physical description area (300/a)
500 Issued also as cassette: 27 0452 4.
500 Issued also as analog disc: BELL 134.
|6.7B17||Summary (spoken word recordings only)|
|6.7B18||Contents (tag as 505) See Contents notes for music.|
|6.7B20||Copy being described, library's holdings, and restrictions on use (tag as 590)|
SOURCE: AACR2, and Smiraglia, Music
Cataloging, p. 37-8.
1Physical description: MCD 6.7B10 (rev. Oct. 1991) says to no longer make the note "Analog recording" or "Digital recording."
2Compact disc: This note should be tagged as 500 not 538 (system details note) [Source: communication on MLA-L on 8/15/2000 from Matthew Wise, Chair, Bibliographic Control Committee, Music Library Association]
NOTE: 5XX fields which end in a parenthesis or bracket should also include a period as final punctuation.
SOURCE: LC RI 1.7A1