Music Cataloging at Yale AACR2

Cataloging reprints and reproductions (AACR2 chapter 1.11)

Sources: AACR2 and Cataloging reprints and reproductions, Lewis & Clark Library System

AACR2 definitions:

reprint: 1. a "new printing of an item made from the original type image, commonly by photographic methods [that] ... may reproduce the original exactly ... or ... may contain minor but well-defined variations ..." or 2. a "new edition with substantially unchanged text."

facsimile reproduction: a "reproduction simulating the physical appearance of the original in addition to reproducing its content exactly."

Reproductions: "reproductions of previously existing materials that are made for: preservation purposes  ... ; ... dissertations and other reproductions produced "on demand"; and, electronic reproductions."

AACR2 1.11 and LCRI 1.11 cover reprints and reproductions. They are treated differently.
Reprints: describe the item in hand, i.e., the reprint and give information pertaining to the original in a single note (500).
Reproductions: describe the original work and give information pertaining to the reproduction in a single note (533).

Reprints (1.11)
Even though the rule is titled "facsimiles, photocopies, and other reproductions," apply it to reprints and facsimile reproductions.

Give the data relating to the reprint (not the original) in all areas except the note area. Give information relating to the original in a note.

If the reprint uses a chief source other than that of the original, transcribe the title, statement of responsibility and imprint from chief source of the imprint. The chief source of the original (along with other sources) is used for the information that is included in the note describing the original.

rule reprint original
1.11B If the reprint has a title different from the original, give the title of the reprint as the title proper (245/a) Give the original title as other title information:
as other title information if it appears on the chief source of the reprint
in a note if it does not appear on the chief source of the reprint
1.11C If the reprint includes an edition statement, publication details, or series and an edition statement, publication details, or series for the original, use the information for the reprint in the edition (250), publication, distribution, etc. (260), and series areas (4XX). Give the the edition statement, publication details, or series of the original in a note.
1.11D Give the physical description of the reprint in the physical description area (300). Give the physical description of the original in a note.
1.11E Give the standard number of the reprint in the in the standard number area. Give the standard number of the original in a note.
1.11F Give the details of the original in a single note in the order of the areas of the description.

In the fixed field or 008, use "r" for the type of date/publication status (DtSt in OCLC). The date of the reprint goes in date 1 and the date of the original publication goes in date 2.

008 Dat tp: r Dates: 2006, 1719
260   Courlay, France : Fuzeau, c2006.
500   Reprint. Originally published: Paris : L'Auteur : Foucault, 1719.

LC examples of notes for original publication information:
(See also Note area for scores: Edition and history (5.7B7): Reprints and facsimiles)

Reprint. Originally published: London : Clementi, 1816.
Reprint. Originally published: Berlin : M. Breslauer, 1923. (Veröffentlichungen der Musik-Bibliothek Paul Hirsch ; v. 4).
Reprint. Originally published: Leipzig ; New York : J. Schuberth, 1862.
Reprint. Originally published: Wien : Tobias Haslinger, 1839? Publisher's no.: 7717.
Reprint. Originally published: Concerts à deux flutes traversières sans basses. A Paris : Chés l'auteur : Et chés le sr. Boivin, ca. 1724.
Reprint of works originally published between ca. 1806 and ca. 1824.
Reprint of works originally published 1610-1623.
Reprints. Originally published: Paris : Salabert, c1906-c1937.

Reproductions (LCRI 1.11A)
This LCRI applies to non-microform reproductions

"These guidelines identify the data elements to be used in the record for the reproduction, separate from the record for the original."

Transcribe the bibliographic data appropriate to the original work being reproduced in the following areas:
° title and statement of responsibility (260)
° edition (250)
° publication, distribution, etc. (260)
° physical description (300)
° series (4XX)

Give in a single note (533 field) all other details relating to the reproduction and its publication/availability. Include in the note the following ° ° bibliographic data in the order listed:
° format of the reproduction
° dates of publication and/or sequential designation of issues reproduced (for serials)
° place and name of the "agency that selected the material to be reproduced, arranged for reproducing the material, exercised control over production formats, has overall responsibility for quality, etc."
° physical description of the reproduction if different from the original
° series statement of the reproduction (if applicable)

1st indicator = blank
2nd indicator = blank
a = Type of reproduction
b = Place of reproduction
c = Agency responsible for reproduction
d = Date of reproduction
e = Physical description of reproduction
f = Series statement of reproduction
m = Dates and/or sequential designation of issues reproduced
n = Note about reproduction

008 Dat tp: s Dates: [date of publication of original]
008 Form of item (Form in OCLC and Voyager) r = regular print reproduction
300   xiii, 412 leaves : b ill., music.
533   Photocopy. b Ann Arbor, Mich. : c UMI Dissertation Services, d 2001. e xiii, 412 p. ; 28 cm. n UMI no.: 9540581.

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