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RDA and Audio Joanne Paterson, Metadata Management Librarian, Western University Getting to know RDA for sound recordings
Source of Information RDA : Preferred Source of Information. Other Resources a) a label bearing a title that is permanently printed on or affixed to the resource, excluding accompanying textual material or a container (e.g., a label on an audio CD or a model)
or b) embedded metadata in textual form that contains a title (e.g., metadata embedded in an MP3 audio file).
The fiddly bits Ldr/18 = i (for RDA) 040 $b eng $e rda LC example: 040 $aOLU$beng $cOLU$erda However, MLA training from last year: 040$aCGU$beng$erda$cCGU
Type Type j: Musical Sound Recording Type i: Non-musical Sound Recording Sound effects Birdcalls and animal sounds Spoken word
Compact Disc digital, stereo More fiddly bits: TAGFieldData Leader / 06Type of record j Leader / 07Bibliographic level m 007/00Physical description fixed field – category of material s 007/01Physical description fixed field –Specific materials designation d 007/04Physical description fixed field –configuration of playback channels s 007/06Physical description fixed field –Dimensions g 007/12Physical description fixed field –Special playback characteristics e 007/13Physical description fixed field –Capture and storage technique d
Identifiers: MARC 02X RDA 2.15 Identifier for the manifestation EAN or UPC code Publisher Number: ABCD 109 $b Bluebell 028 subfield $b should contain publisher name Usually corresponds to name in 264 subfield $b.
Place of Capture; Date of Capture MARC 033 Note on the date/time and/or place of creation, capture, recording, filming, execution, or broadcast associated with an event or the finding of a naturally occurring object. Field 033 (Date/Time and Place of an Event) contains the same information in coded form.
Place of Capture; Date of Capture MARC ## $aRecorded in France in ‡b 5834
Place of Capture; Date of Capture MARC $oRecorded live$d1963 January May or June$pprincipally in London $a $b5754$cL7
The title proper is the chief name of a resource (i.e., the title normally used when citing the resource). An alternative title is treated as part of the title proper. The title proper does not include: parallel titles proper (see 2.3.3)2.3.3 other title information (see 2.3.4)2.3.4 parallel other title information (see 2.3.5) Title Proper
Title Proper: MARC 245 Collective Title on Accompanying Material or Container only RDA: Cannot use as collective title, must use non- collective titles on label. – the information on the label needs to represent the resource as a whole – For multi-disc set, can use labels collectively
With collective title, multiple works RDA record $aCollective title add appropriate 7XX s for the works
No collective title $aPyramid builders; $bMummy’s tomb $Pyramid builders / $cIsis Osiris ; Mummy’s tomb/ Johnny Tutenkhamen Add appropriate 7XXs as needed
Statement of responsibility RDA Statements identifying performers of music whose participation is confined to performance, execution, or interpretation are not transcribed here. See authorized access points.
Publication: MARC 2xx 264 #1 [Place of publication not identified] : ǂb My Basement Records, ǂc [date of publication not identified] 264 #2 [Place of distribution not identified] : ǂb [Distributor not identified], ǂc [Date of distribution not identified] 264 #3 St. Louis, MO : ǂb Music Masters, ǂc [date of manufacture not identified] 264 #4 ǂc ℗2002
Marc 2XX Date of publication: – Not found, supplied based on ℗ date 264 #1 Scarborough, Ontario : $b RCA Victor Read Seal, $c  264 #4 $c℗1995
Content, Media, Carrier Musical Disc (Type “j”) 336 performed music ǂb prm ǂ2 rdacontent 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia 338 audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier Non-Musical Disc (Type “i”) 336 spoken word ǂb spw ǂ2 rdacontent OR 336 sounds ǂb snd ǂ2 rdacontent 337 audio ǂb s ǂ2 rdamedia 338 audio disc ǂb sd ǂ2 rdacarrier
More examples (from MLA best practices) DVD audio 337 audio $2 rdamedia 338 audio disc $2 rda carrier audio disc ; $c 12 cm 344 digital $g stereo $g surround $2 rda Audiocassette 337 Audio $2 rdamedia 338 audiocassette $2 rdacarrier audiocassette 344 analog $g stereo $h Dolby-B encoded $2 rda
RDA carrier terms
Source of title note e.g. Title from disc label (500) Performers and narrators (511) Place and date of capture (518) Contents (505) RDA J.4.2 Related manifestation (530 –general note) » (or 534 or 776: structured notes)
Authorized access points RDA does not include instructions equivalent to AACR C1 and 21.23D1 a) which allow compilations to be entered under a principal performer, even if his/her responsibility doesn’t go beyond that of mere performance, execution, etc. Performers can be part of the authorized access point for a compilation only if they are the creators, i.e., if the compilation results from the collective activity of a performing group as a whole where the responsibility of the group goes beyond that of mere performance, execution, etc. if the performer is the adapter of the work
Authorized access points Compilation: 3 works by 3 creators (all equal) Performers may not be the creators, so then are considered contributors MACR 1XX is used only for the creator of the resource as a whole
Authorized access points Performers RDA 19.2 Other person, family, or corporate body associated with a work + RDA 18.5 Relationship designator 700 1# Bublé, Michael, $eperformer 700 1# Port, Kalan,$esinger 700 1# Toscanini, Arturo, $d , $econductor
Authorized access points Relationship Designators General Guidelines The defined scope of a relationship element provides a general indication of the relationship between a resource and a person, family, or corporate body associated with the resource (e.g., creator, owner). If the relationship element is considered sufficient for the purposes of the agency creating the data, do not use a relationship designator to indicate the specific nature of the relationship. RDA I.3.1
Special thanks to these helpful links Jay Weitz, Senior Consulting Database Specialist, OCLC. Sound Recordings Cataloging Workshop : Online Audiovisual Catalogers Conference (October 2012, Albuquerque, New Mexico) Music Library Association. Hit the Ground Running! RDA Training for Music Catalogers : A guide to the RDA Preconference at the Music Library Association 2013 meeting.(Last Updated: Aug 7, 2013) Emma Cross, Cataloguing Librarian, Carleton University. RDA workflows in the RDA Toolkit RDA music Implementation Task Force. Bibliographic Control committee, Music Library Association. Best Practises for Music Cataloguing: using RDA and MARC21. Draft (15 February 2013).
Try it ! Audio CD (see examples in class and handout) E-book Jim-Weiss/dp/B00000AG5T/ref=pd_cp_m_3 Streaming audio Naxos “album” (see handout)
Marc Record 024 1# CD:$b James Weiss Tales from cultures far and near Charlottesville, VA :$b James Weiss, $c ℗ audio disc $c4 ¾ in spoken word $bspw $2 rdacontent 337 audio $b s $2 rdamedia 338 audio disc $sd $2 rdacarrier 340 $b4 ¾ in. 344 digital $boptical $gstereo $2rda 347 audio file $b CD audio $2 rda Read by Jim Weiss 500 Title from disc label A guest who ran (Native American) –- Two monks (Japan) –- The three friends of Manuel (Spain) –- The secret weapon (China) -– Djuha: two stories (Arabic) -– Courting the wind (Senegal) Weiss, Jim,$enarrator
Thank You! Questions or comments? Feel free to contact me: Joanne Paterson University of Western Ontario