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Guidelines for Cataloging Sound Recordings (Compact Discs Only)

Chief source of information
Fixed fields
Other sites and resources

Chief source of information

The disc surface or label on disc surface is the chief source of information.

Treat accompanying textual material or the container as the chief source of information if it furnishes a collective title that the disc surface or its label do not. In this case, make a note indicating the chief source of information.

If information is not available from the chief source, take it from the following sources (in this order of preference): accompanying textual material, container, other sources.

Fixed fields

Type: j (Type of record: musical sound recording)

BLvl: m (Bibliographic level: a monograph (or nonserial item))

Desc: a (Descriptive cataloging form: item has been cataloged according to AACR2)

ELvl: I (Full-level input by OCLC participants) *Note: if 040 |a = DLC then ELvl: blank

: blank (Form of item: N/A, none of the codes is appropriate: microfilm, microfiche, microopaque, large print, braille, regular print reproduction, electronic)

Part: n (Music Parts: N/A is default for sound recordings)

FMus: n (Format of music: N/A, not a music manuscript or printed music)

Srce: d (Cataloging source: an organization other than a national bibliographic agency) *Note: if 040 |a = DLC then Srce: blank]

Comp: apply appropriate code (Form of composition: see BFAS for list of codes)

TrAr: n (Transposition and arrangement: N/A is default for sound recordings)

LTxt: blank
(Literary text for sound recordings: item is a music sound recording)

Audn: blank (Target audience: The target audience for the item is not known or not specified)

AccM: blank (Accompanying matter: apply appropriate code from BFAS if accompanying matter is "substantial or unique and cannot be found in standard reference works")

DtSt: (Type of Date/Publication Status)
(a single year is on the item as the date of distribution, issue, publication, release, production, execution or writing)
p (issue date / recording date when there is a difference)
r (reissue date / original date)
m (multiple dates from / to)
q (questionable date)

Ctrl: blank (Type of control: N/A (item is not archival))

MRec: blank (Modified record: N/A (refers to whether bibliographic information was modified for entry into machine-readable form))

Dates (Date 1 and Date 2)
If DtSt=s...Date 1=date of issue, distribution / Date 2=blank
If DtSt=p...Date 1=date of issue, distribution / Date 2 = date of recording
If DtSt=r...Date 1=date of reissue / Date 2 =date of original issue
If DtSt=m...Date 1=initial year / Date 2=terminal year
If DtSt=q...Date 1=questionable date of distribution / Date 2 =blank

Lang: apply appropriate code (Language code: see MARC Code List for Languages)

Ctry: apply appropriate code (Country of publication, etc.: see MARC Code Lists for Countries)

007 Physical Description Fixed Field for Sound Recordings

Most common 007 for a compact disc, as saved in constant data:
s |b d |d f |e s |f n |g g |h n |i n |j m |k m |l n |m e |n d

Category of material
|a: s (sound recording)

Specific material designation
|b: d (sound disc)

|d: f (1.4 m. per second)

Configuration of playback channels
|e: m (monaural), q (quadraphonic), s (stereophonic), u (unknown), z (other)

Groove width/groove pitch

|f: n (not applicable)

|g: g (4 3/4 in.)

Tape width
|h: n (not applicable)

Tape configuration
|i: n (not applicable)

Kind of disc, cylinder, or tape
|j: m (mass produced, commercially produced)

Kind of material
|k: m (plastic with metal)

Kind of cutting
|l: n (not applicable)

Special playback characteristics
|m: e (digital recording that requires digital playback equipment; do not use for any commercial recordings prior to 1982 and no analog disc or tape recordings)

Capture and storage technique
Note: The technique by which the sound was originally captured and stored. Code re-releases of recordings for the original capture and storage technique, even though such re-releases may have been enhanced using another technique.
|n: d (captured electrically and stored using digital techniques) or e (captured using electrical techniques and stored as modulations and pulses on a magnetic surface; most analog recordings date from the late 1940s until the early 1980s)

040 Cataloging source

System-supplied OCLC symbols of institutions that created and modified the record.

024 Other Standard Identifier -- UPC Code (if applicable)

1st Indicator: 1 (Universal Product Code)
2nd Indicator: blank

12-digit number UPC number found below the barcode. Include the first digit that appears outside and to the left of the barcode, and the twelfth digit that appears outside and to the right of the barcode.

028 Publisher Number

1st Indicator: 0 Issue number
2nd Indicator: 0 No note, no added entry

Enter the number assigned by the publisher, usually found on the spine of the container, sometimes on the back of the container, sometimes on the disc surface. Enter the number exactly as it appears on the item, including spaces, punctuation, prefixes, and suffixes.

Enter the publisher's name in |b.

028 is repeatable if there are multiple numbers.

041 Language Code (if applicable)

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

2nd Indicator: blank

Codes for the languages of songs or spoken text when the fixed field element Lang is insufficient to convey full information for a multilingual item or for an item that involves translation.

See BFAS guidelines for a full list of codes and explanations.

043 Geographic Code (if applicable)

To be used as an aid to subject access if the setting of the item is important. See BFAS guidelines for a full list of codes and explanations.

047 Form of Musical Composition Code (if applicable)

Codes for the forms of musical composition when the fixed field element Comp is insufficient and contains the code mu (multiple). See BFAS guidelines for a full list of codes and explanations.

050 Library of Congress Call Number

Delete this field if present after constructing local LC call number in 090 field.

082 Dewey Decimal Call Number

Delete this field if present. We construct LC call numbers locally.

090 Locally-assigned Call number

Construct Library of Congress call number by shelflisting and utilizing LC cutter table. See Classification area below for guidance.

049 Local holdings

System-supplied holding library code for our institution.

245 Title/Statement of Responsibility

1st indicator:
0 (no 1xx main entry)
1 (1xx main entry is present)

2nd indicator:
0-9 (number of non-filing characters --
click here for an authorized
list of initial articles that count as non-filing characters)

|a Title |h [sound recording] : |b subtitle or other title information / |c those persons or bodies credited with a major role in creating the intellectual content of the sound recording.


Brutal youth |h [sound recorindg] / |c Elvis Costello.

"Those persons or bodies credited with a major role in creating the intellectual content of the sound recording" include writers of spoken words, composers of performed music, and producers having artistic and/or intellectual responsibility. If the participation of the person(s) or body (bodies) goes beyond that of performance, execution, or interpretation of a work (as is commonly the case with “popular,” rock, and jazz music), give such a statement as a statement of responsibility. If, however, the participation is confined to performance, execution, or interpretation (as is commonly the case with “serious” or classical music and recorded speech), give the statement in the 511 note area. (See AACR2 6.1F1.)

246 Varying Form of Title

1st Indicator:
0 Note, no title added entry
1 Note, title added entry
2 No note, no title added entry
3 No note, title added entry

2nd Indicator
blank No information provided
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

See BFAS guidelines.

250 Edition

Transcribe a statement relating to an edition of a sound recording that contains differences from other editions, or to a named reissue of a recording.

260 Publication, Distribution, Etc.

|a Place of publication : |b name of publisher/distributor, |c date of publication/distribution


|a New York : |b Columbia, |c p2004

Date of publication/distribution

Since 1971 the symbol “p” has been used to indicate the copyright date of recorded sound. When a single “p” date is present it should be transcribed as the date of copyright of the recorded sound:

260 … , |c p1995

If several “p” dates appear on an item, the latest may be used to infer date of publication. An inferred date is bracketed:

260 … , |c p[1992]

The symbol “c” is used to indicate the copyright date for the textual matter on the container of sound recordings. If the “p” and “c” dates are the same year, you may use both copyright symbols:

260 … , |c pc2002

You may see different “p” and “c” dates for digitally remastered analog recordings (such as LPs) that have been released on compact disc. For these, the “c” date may be used to infer the date of publication, but the “p” date should also be transcribed following the instructions at 1.4F5:

Give the latest date of copyright following the publication, distribution, etc., date if the copyright date is different. Examples:

260 … , |c c1992, p1973

260 … , |c [1981], p1975

Material on copyright for recorded sound from Richard Smiraglia, Describing Music Materials, pp.48-49, and Nancy Olson, Cataloging of Audiovisual Materials, p. 100.

300 Physical Description

|a The number of physical units of the sound recording (playing time of the sound recording (if readily available)) : |b Type of recording or encoding, Number of sound channels (if readily available), Recording and reproduction characteristics (if readily available) ; |c Dimensions

Common examples:

|a 1 sound disc (55 min.) : |b digital ; |c 4 3/4 in.

|a 2 sound discs (ca. 100 min.) : |b digital, stereo, Dolby processed ; |c 4 3/4 in.

306 Playing time

Indicators are undefined.

The duration of a sound recording. First and second positions are for number of hours. The third and fourth positions, the number of minutes. The fifth and sixth positions, number of seconds. Use the following guidelines:

1 hour = 006000
75 minutes = 011500
20 min. 16 sec. = 002016


306 002016

440 Series Statement/Added Entry Title (Traced)

1st indicator: Undefined
2nd indicator: Number of non-filing characters present

Used when the series statement and the controlled added entry form of the series title are the same. Field 440 is both a series statement and a series added entry.


440 _0 Classics chronological series

490 Series Statement (Series Title Not Traced)

1st indicator:
0 Series not traced
1 Series traced differently (must have the traced series title in 8xx field)

2nd indicator: Undefined

Used when the series statement is different from the controlled added entry form. Also used when a series statement contains volume or date information as an integral part of the title. Example:

490 1 Vocal series
830 0 RCA Victor vocal series

5xx Notes

Give these most common notes in the following order and see descriptions below. See AACR2 6.7 for a complete list of notes for sound recordings.

538 System requirements
Source of title proper
511 Participants/performers
Creation/production credits
518 Date/time and place of an event
Accompanying material
Formatted Contents

538 System Requirements

Always enter "Compact disc" in this field.

538 Compact disc

546 Language

Give the language(s) of the spoken or sung content of a recording unless this is apparent from the rest of the description.

546 Sung in French
546 In French, Italian, and Latin

Multiple languages noted here must correspond to codes in field 041.

500 Source of Title Proper

Make a note on the source of the title proper if it is other than the chief source of information.

500 Title from container
500 Title from accompanying typewritten notes

511 Participant/Performer

1st indicator: 0 No display constant generated

2nd indicator: Undefined

A note about significant performers, narrators, or players and the medium in which they perform if they have not been named in the 245 |c statements of responsibility.

511 0_ Ambrosian Singers, with instrumental ensemble ; Denis Stevens, conductor.

508 Creation/Production Credits

Indicators are undefined.

A note about the credits for individuals or organizations not listed in 245 |c who participated in the artistic or technical production of the work to a significant degree.

Preface each name or group of names with a statement of function, and separate by semi-colons.


508 Producer, Howard Shore.

518 Date/Time and Place of Event

Indicators are undefined.

A free text note on the date/time and/or place of broadcast, capture, execution, filming, or recording associated with an event.


518 Recorded in Santa Monica, Calif., Los Angeles, Calif., and New York, N.Y., July 1970-Jan.1971.

500 Accompanying material

Make notes on the location of
accompanying material if appropriate. Give details of accompanying material neither mentioned in the physical description area.

500 Lyrics on sheets in container
500 Program notes in container

520 Summary

A brief objective summary of the content of the sound recording (other than one that consists entirely or predominantly of music) unless another part of the description provides enough information.

520 A brief historical account up to the introduction of wave mechanics.

505 Formatted Contents

1st indicator: 0 Contents
2nd indicator: 0 Enhanced content designation

List the titles of individual works contained on the sound recording coded with |t:

505 00 |t Main title -- |t Clarice -- |t Return to the asylum -- |t Quid pro quo -- |t Lecter in Memphis -- |t Lambs screaming -- |t Lecter escapes -- |t Belvedere, Ohio -- |t Finale.

For copy cataloging, code non-English language non-filing articles with |g:

505 00 |g Les |t quatre cents coups -- |g Le |t dernier metro -- |t The sum of it all -- |t A day at the races.

For original cataloging, code all non-filing articles with |g:

505 00 |g The |t big sleep -- |g A |t night to remember -- |g La |t dolce vita.

If access to a song title could be enhanced, add an alternate title in 246 field.

For individual works by separate persons or bodies, include statements of responsibility coded with |r:

505 00 |t You got it / |r Bonnie Raitt -- |t I take you with me / |r Melissa Etheridge -- |t Keep on growing |r Sheryl Crow -- |t Power of two / |r Indigo Girls -- |t Somebody stand by me / |r Stevie Nicks -- |t Everyday is like Sunday / |r Pretenders

If the running times of individual tracks are included in the 505 field, code with |g. If not, there is no need to add the running times.

505 00 |t You got it / |r Bonnie Raitt |g (4:33) -- |t I take you with me / |r Melissa Etheridge |g (3:37) -- |t Keep on growing |r Sheryl Crow |g (4:44) -- |t Power of two / |r Indigo Girls |g (3:44) -- |t Somebody stand by me / |r Stevie Nicks |g (2:55) -- |t Everyday is like Sunday / |r Pretenders |g (3:55).

6xx Subject Access

Guidance for "popular music" CDs:

650 _0 Popular music
Here are entered popular vocal music and collections containing both popular instrumental and vocal music.

650 _0 Rock music
This heading is assigned to rock music for two or more performers.

If a CD can be easily identified as a narrower type of popular or rock music, also apply the appropriate heading. Some of the most common are listed below, and see also additional headings listed as Narrower Terms under the headings Popular music and Rock music in LCSH (Classification Web).

650 _0 Alternative rock music
650 _0 Bluegrass music
650 _0 Blues (Music)
650 _0 Christian rock music
650 _0 Contemporary Christian music
650 _0 Country music
650 _0 Folk-rock music
650 _0 Funk (Music)
650 _0 Gospel music
650 _0 Heavy metal (Music)
650 _0 Latin pop (Music)
650 _0 Rap (Music)
650 _0 Rhythm and blues music
650 _0 Soul music

The following headings may be subdivided chronologically by decade as follows according to the year of original release:

650 _0 Country music |y To 1950 ; |y 1951-1960 ; [etc.]
650 _0 Bluegrass music |y To 1951 ; |y 1951-1960 ; [etc.]
650 _0 Blues (Music) |y To 1931 ; |y 1931-1940 ; [etc.]
650 _0 Popular music |y To 1901 ; |y 1901-1910 ; [etc.]
650 _0 Rock music |y To 1951 ; |y 1951-1960 ; [etc.]

For film soundtracks, use the appropriate heading as well as this heading:

650 _0 Motion picture music

Note additional headings:

650 _0 Christmas music
650 _0 Valentine's Day |x Songs and music
650 _0 Love songs

Guidance for Jazz CDs:

650 _0 Jazz
Here are entered jazz instrumental works for two or more performers.

650 _0 Jazz vocals
Here are entered songs performed in jazz style by a vocalist or vocal group, with or without accompaniment.

Subdivide the heading "Jazz" by chronologically by decade according to the year of original release:

650 _0 Jazz |y To 1921 ; |y 1921-1930 ; [etc.]

Note that the heading "Jazz vocals" cannot be subdivided chronologically.

If a CD can be easily identified as a narrower type of jazz, also apply the appropriate heading. Some of the most common are listed below, and see also additional headings listed as Narrower Terms under the heading Jazz in LCSH (Classification Web).

650 _0 Big band music
650 _0 Swing (Music)
650 _0 Bop (Music)
650 _0 Trumpet music (Jazz)
650 _0 Horn music (Jazz)
650 _0 Latin jazz

Guidance for Classical CDs:

Some of the most common classical subject headings are listed below. Be sure to check additional variations under each heading in LCSH (Classification Web).

650 _0 Operas
650 _0 Operas |y To 500
650 _0 Operas |y 500 to 1400
650 _0 Operas |y 15th century ; [etc., through 21st century]
650 _0 Operas |v Parts
650 _0 Operas |v Excerpts |v Parts
650 _0 Operas |v Excerpts, Arranged
650 _0 Operas, Arranged

650 _0 Orchestral music
650 _0 Orchestral music |v Parts
650 _0 Orchestral music, Arranged

650 _0 Concertos
650 _0 Concertos (Bassoon)
650 _0 Concertos (Piano) [etc.]

650 _0 Symphonies
650 _0 Symphonies |v Excerpts
650 _0 Symphonies |v Excerpts, Arranged
650 _0 Symphonies, Arranged
650 _0 Symphonies (Bassoon, clarinet, flute, horn, oboe), Arranged
650 _0 Symphonies (Band) [etc.]
*Review Symphonies headings for additional arrangements and combinations

650 _0 Symphonic poems
650 _0 Symphonic poems (Chamber orchestra)
*Review Symphonic poems headings for additional arrangements and combinations

650 _0 Choruses
Here are entered collections of sacred and secular choral compositions for various groups of voices (men's, mixed, women's, etc.) both accompanied and unaccompanied.

For collections or single works the heading may be qualified as appropriate in the following order: 1) voice grouping; 2) number of vocal parts; and 3) accompaniment or the specification, Unaccompanied. Examples:

650 _0 Choruses, Sacred (Men's voices, 4 parts) with piano, 4 hands
650 _0 Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices, 8 parts), Unaccompanies
650 _0 Choruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with dance orchestra
*Review Choruses headings for additional arrangements and combinations

650 _0 Requiems
650 _0 Cantatas

650 _0 Duets
650 _0 Trios
650 _0 Quartets
650 _0 Quintets
650 _0 Sextets
650 _0 Octets

7xx Added Entries

Make added entries for personal names (700) or corporate names (710) who share responsibility with the main entry for the creation of the intellectual or artistic content of a work.

In terms of authority, do an author search in Millennium to deteremine if we have already downloaded the name authority record. If so, copy and paste the authorized form of name into the 7xx field.


Any day now
Songs by Bob Dylan ; sung by Joan Baez

Main entry: 100 1_ Dylan, Bob, |d 1941-
Added entry: 700 1_ Baez, Joan

Ella at Duke's place
Ella Fitzgerald, vocal ; Duke Ellington and his orchestra
Main entry: 100 1_ Fitzgerald, Ella
Added Entry: 700 1_ Ellington, Duke, |d 1899-1974

Tommy Dorsey
Tommy Dorsey, trombone and conductor; Pied Pipers, vocals
Main entry: 100 1_ Dorsey, Tommy, |d 1905-1956
Added entry: 710 2_ Pied Pipers (Musical group)

830 Series Added Entry/Uniform Title

1st indicator: Undefined
2nd indicator: 0-9 (number of non-filing characters present)

Use when the added entry form of a series title is different from that in the corresponding series statement. Also used when a series statement contains volume or date information as an integral part of the title. Example:

490 1 Vocal series
830 0 RCA Victor vocal series

9xx Local location information

Bib record overlay
907 .b
Enter the bib number so that the enhanced Connexion record will overlay the bib record in Millennium.

Bib record
949 _0 |l bib location |l bib location |m material type

Example for CD sound recordings, as included in constant data:
949 _0 |l w |l wa |m j

Bib location |l w = UNCW
Bib location |l wa = UNCW Audiovisual
Material type |m j = CD sound recording

See list of bib locations
See list of material types

Item record
949 _1 call # |l item location |t item type code |z call number field tag |p price |i barcode |c volume |m message |g copy #

Example for CD sound recording:
949 _1 M1630.18.xx |b J33 2001 |l wac |t 5 |z 090 |p 14.00 |i 3049015682544 |c pt.2 |m Verify parts: 1 CD and 1 leaflet |g 2

Subfields included in constant data:

Item location |l wac = UNCW A/V Compact Discs
Item type |t 5 = AV Material
Call number |z 090 = Call number field tag

See list of item types and item locations


The following is the basic outline of the M class, to be used only as a guide and in conjunction with the full M classification schedule accessible through Classification Web or in the print volume.



1.A1-1.A15    Music printed or copied in manuscript in the United States or the colonies before 1860
1.A5-Z           Miscellaneous collections by two or more composers too varied to assign to a more
                             specific class
2-2.3             Collections of musical scores
3-3.1             Collected works of individual composers
3.3                First editions


5                   Collections of works by two or more composers for various combinations of instruments
6-175            Solo instruments
176               Instrumental music for motion pictures (music for silent films and music not intended for
                              specific motion pictures)
176.5            Instrumental music for radio and television (music not intended for specific programs)
177-990        Music for two or more solo instruments
180-298.5             Duets
300-386                Trios
400-486                Quartets
500-586                Quintets
600-686                Sextets
700-786                Septets
800-886                Octets
900-986                Nonets and larger combinations of purely chamber music
990                       Chamber music for instruments of the 18th century and earlier
1000-1075    Orchestra
1100-1160    String orchestra
1200-1269    Band
1270             Fife (bugle) and drum music, field music, etc.
1350-1353    Reduced orchestra
1356-1356.2 Dance orchestra and instrumental ensembles
1360             Mandolin and similar orchestras of plectral instruments
1362             Accordian band
1365             Minstrel music
1366             Jazz ensembles
1375-1420    Instrumental music for children
1450             Dance music
1470             Chance compositions
1473             Electronic music
1480             Music with color apparatus, etc.
1490             Music printed or copied in manuscript, before 1700


1495             Miscellaneous collections of sacred and secular vocal music by two or more composers
1497-1998    Secular vocal music
1497                     Miscellaneous collections of secular vocal music by two or more composers
1500-1527.8         Dramatic music
1500                        Operas
1518                        Ballets
1527                        Motion picture music
1527.5                     Radio music
1527.6                     Television music
1528-1529.8         Duets, trios, etc. for solo voices
1530-1546.5         Choruses with orchestra or other ensemble
1547-1600            Choruses, part-songs, etc., with accompaniment of keyboard or other solo
                                    instrument, or unaccompanied
1608                     Choruses, etc., in tonic sol-fa notation
1609                     Union choruses with or without accompaniment of every kind
1610                     Cantatas, choral symphonies, etc., for unaccompanied chorus (secular and sacred)
                                    with or without solo voices
1611-1624.8         Songs for one voice
1625-1626            Recitations with music
1627-1853            National music
1900-1980            Songs (part and solo) of special character
1985                     Musical games
1990-1998            Secular music for children
1999-2199    Sacred vocal music
1999                     Collections
2000-2007            Oratorios
2010-2017.7         Services
2018-2019.5         Duets, trios, etc. for solo voices
2020-2036            Choruses, cantatas, etc.
2060-2101.5         Choruses, part-songs, etc., with accompaniment of keyboard or other solo
                                    instrument, or unaccompanied
2101-2114.8         Songs for one voice
2115-2146            Hymnals
2147-2188            Liturgy and ritual
2147-2155.6                Roman Catholic
2156-2160.87               Orthodox churches
2161-2183                    Protestant churches
2184                             Other Christian churches
2186-2187                    Jewish
2188                             Other non-Christian churches
2190-2196            Sacred, vocal music for children
2198-2199            Gospel, revival, temperance, etc., songs
5000                     Unidentified compositions

The following are some of the most common class numbers that we use for the noted types of music, but be sure to consult the full M classification schedule:

Collected works of individual composers

Collections of works by two or more composers for various combinations of instruments

Solo instruments


Symphonies (Orchestra)

Solo instrument(s) with orchestra

Orchestral arrangements

Symphonies (String orchestra)

Solo instrument(s) with string orchestra

Jazz ensembles / Jazz vocals

    Note: for jazz music for solo instruments, consult the M6-175 range for appropriate instrument class



Motion picture music
Note: cutter by title of motion picture

    That thing you do : original motion picture soundtrack
    M1527 |b .T427

Choruses (Secular)


Christmas music
    Note: See LC Classification schedules M1629.3.A-Z for more holiday numbers


Popular music
Rock music
Alternative rock music
Folk-rock music
Latin pop (Music)
Country music
Heavy metal (Music)
Rap (Music)
Rhythm and blues music
Blues (Music)
Soul music

Miscellaneous collections of sacred vocal music by two or more composers



Choruses (Sacred)

ospel, revival, and temperance songs, contemporary Christian music, etc.

Unless otherwise noted, cutter by author, then cutter by work in |b. Cutter to at least three numbers for both author and work.

Blood on the tracks / Bob Dylan
M1630.18.D94 |b B566

Cutter titles beginning with numerals using .A12-.A19 so that they will shelve before titles beginning with A. Construct such cutters to include the numeral so that titles file in numerical order.


Title Cutter
3 Women A123
8 Mile A128
21 Grams A1321
187 A14187
3000 More to Go A16300


Verify parts

Create a message in the item record reflecting the contents of the CD jewel case:

Verify parts: 1 CD and 1 [leaflet/folded leaflet/booklet]

A leaflet is one leaf
A folded leaflet is one leaf folded
A booklet is stapled pages

Use tape to affix a Verify parts label to the front of the container, or write the Verify parts message on a post-it note and affix to front of container.


Affix barcode in the top right corner on the back of the CD container.

Order records

Remember to enter the cataloging date in the C-Date field of the order record. Entering the letter t will automatically enter today's date.

Other sites and resources

Music cataloging at Yale
    Call numbers
    Subject cataloging

U-Mass Amherst
Memorial University of Newfoundland

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Last Update: October 21, 2008