Source:Middleton, Wis. : Music Library Association :, Volume v. 32, United States, p.xi, 173 pages : (2012)
Mots-clés:Cataloging of music.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction / H. Stephen Wright -- Part 1. The foundations of music cataloging today. Music in the OCLC WorldCat : a replication / the students of UWM LIS 791 summer 2010 and Richard P. Smiraglia ; Theoretical implications arising from the study of personal name headings in the Indiana University Music Library card catalogs / Richard P. Smiraglia ; Furthering access to music : a history of the Music OCLC Users Group / Jay Weitz -- Part 2. Cataloging theory in transition. Works and expressions in RDA : problems and solutions / Damian Iseminger ; The Music Genre/Form Project : history, accomplishments, and future directions / Beth Iseminger ; Dreams from my library / Michelle Hahn -- Part 3. Current and emerging standards in practice. Cataloging ethnographic audiovisual field collections / Suzanne Mudge ; Square pegs in round holes : Adapting cataloging metadata standards for use with digital media files / Peter H. Lisius ; The FRBR models : thinking more deeply about library metadata / Jenn Riley -- Epilogue : Arsen Ralph Papakhian. Ralph : a remembrance / Sue Ellen Stancu -- About the contributors -- Index.In Directions in Music Cataloging, ten of the field's top theoreticians and practitioners address the issues that are affecting the discovery and use of music in libraries today.--from publisher description.