Cataloging video recordings in Rda

Report
Cataloging Video
Recordings in RDA
SEMLA Preconference
Nashville, Tennessee, October 9, 2013
Sonia Archer-Capuzzo, UNCG
[email protected]
Sarah Hess Cohen, FSU
[email protected]
Agenda: Information + hands-on practice
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Video formats introduction
When to input a new record
Preferred source of information
Fixed fields
Description
Relationships
Work on your own original record
DVDs & Blu-Ray
• DVD: Digital versatile disk
• Introduced in U.S. in 1997
• Blu-Ray and HD DVD introduced in U.S. in 2006
• “Format war” of 2006-2008, Blu-Ray won
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Optical disc
Laser-read
Grooveless
4 ¾ in. (12 cm) diameter
VHS
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Video Home System
Analog
Magnetic tape recording medium
Won format war with Betamax in late 1970s-early 1980s
1977: first commercially
available VHS-based
VCRs sold in US
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Streaming Video
• “Streaming video is content sent in compressed form over the
Internet and displayed by the viewer in real time. With streaming
video or streaming media, a Web user does not have to wait to
download a file to play it. Instead, the media is sent in a
continuous stream of data and is played as it arrives.”
(http://searchunifiedcommunications.techtarget.com/definition/streaming-video)
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GETTING STARTED
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Input a new record
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Black & white vs. color
Sound vs. silent
Significantly different lengths
Different machine/video recording format (VHS vs. DVD)
Change in publication date
• Unless changes are just for container
• Dubbed vs. subtitles
• Different language version
Don’t input a new record
• Changes in dates that are only for the container
• Ex: ©2010. Packaging design ©2011.
• Absence or presence of multiple publishers, distributors,
and/or manufacturers as long as one on the resource matches
one on the record
• Ex:
• On item: Arte, Barenboim-Said Foundation, EuroArts, Junta de
Andalucia, Warner Classics
• On record: Warner Classics
• Absence or presence of a publisher number
Look at the resource
• Examine everything: the container, the disc menu, the
recording itself, accompanying material.
• What kind of recording do you have? Is it a concert recording,
a documentary, a comedy, a television program, instructional,
etc.?
• Search the OCLC database.
• Unique numbers, like ISBN, UPC, publisher number
• Descriptive information, like title, creator, date, publisher, etc.
• Can’t find a match? Input a new record! 
Record from OCLC Connexion
Record from OCLC Connexion
Some Helpful Resources
• access.rdatoolkit.org
• http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/RDA%20training%20material
s/LC%20RDA%20Training/LC%20RDA%20course%20table.html
• http://lib.stanford.edu/metadata-department/clone-videocataloging-guidelines
• http://www.loc.gov/catworkshop/RDA%20training%20material
s/SCT%20RDA%20Records%20TG/index.html
• http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en.html
• http://www.loc.gov/standards/valuelist/index.html
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DESCRIPTION
All images copied from personally-owned DVD set
Preferred source of
information
Image from RDA Toolkit
Preferred source of
information
1. Title frame(s)/screen(s)
2. Label on resource (Alternative
preferred source)
Preferred source of
information
3. Container or accompanying material
4. Internal source, like disc menu
Title
• Take what you see.
• Put information about where you
got the title in a 500 note if it didn’t
come from the title frames.
• Examples:
• Title from container.
• Title from menu screen.
• Title from disc label.
245 00 $a Knowledge is the
beginning ; $b The Ramallah
concert.
Other titles
• 246: Varying form of title
• Portion of title, Parallel title, Cover title, Caption title, Spine title,
Other title
245 00 Knowledge is the beginning : $b the Ramallah concert.
246 30 Ramallah concert
245 00 Knowledge is the beginning = $b Wissen ist der Anfang.
246 31 Wissen ist der Anfang
245 00 Knowledge is the begining ; $b the Ramallah concert.
246 1 $i Corrected title : $a Knowledge is the beginning
Other titles
• 740: Uncontrolled Related/Analytical Title
• Use field 740 for the title portion of a related work that would
normally be entered under a name/title heading in catalog entry
form. In records for collections lacking a collective title, use field
740 also for titles recorded in field 245 subsequent to the first
title.
245 00 Knowledge is the beginning ; $b The Ramallah concert.
740 41 $a The Ramallah concert.
Statement of responsibility
• A statement of responsibility▼ is a statement relating to the
identification and/or function of any persons, families, or
corporate bodies responsible for the creation of, or
contributing to the realization of, the intellectual or artistic
content of a resource.
• 100: reserved for the person responsible for creation (not
likely for video recordings)
• 245 $c: cataloger’s judgment but often limited to creators
• 5xx and 7xx: for all other contributors
• Director, producer
• Performer
• Composer
Edition and Series Statements
• As with print resources
• 250 = edition statement
• 490/8xx = series statement
Edition Statement
Series Statement
• Director’s extended cut.
• 50th anniversary edition.
• Four-disc special edition.
• Mannes College of Music
Concerts
• Essential concerts
• Disney Blu-ray
• Ultimate edition
Numbers & Codes
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Fixed fields (selected)
007
020
024
028
033
041
Fixed Fields
• Type (Leader/06)
• g = Projected medium
• Lang (008:35-37)
• eng = English
• Time (VIS:008/18-20;
006/01-03)
• Desc (Leader/18)
• i = ISBD
• Tmat (VIS:008/33; 006/16)
• v = Videorecording
• Tech (VIS:008/34; 006/17)
• l = Live action
• 205 = total time in minutes • DtSt (008/06)
• Ctry (008/15-17)
• t = Publication & copyright
dates
• xxk = somewhere in the UK
007: Physical Description of
DVD or VHS
• $a: Category of material
(007/00)
• v = Videorecording
• $b: Specific material
designation (007/01)
• d = Videodisc
• f = Videocassette
• $d: Color (007/03)
• b = Black-and-white
• c = Multicolored
• m = Mixed
• $e: Videorecording format
(007/04)
• b = VHS
• s = Blu-ray disc
• v = DVD
007: Physical Description of
DVD or VHS cont.
• $f: Sound on medium or
separate (007/05)
• a = Sound on medium
• $g: Medium of sound
(007/06)
• h = Videotape
• i = Videodisc
• $h: Dimensions (007/07)
• o = 1/2 in. (Use for VHS.)
• z = Other. (Use for all
videodiscs.)
• $i: Configuration of playback
channels (007/08)
• k = Mixed
• m = Monaural
• q = Multichannel, surround,
or quadrophonic
• s = Stereophonic
• u = Unknown
007: Physical Description of
Streaming Video
See: http://www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/0xx/007comp.html
• $a: Category of material
• c = Electronic resource
• $b: Specific material
designation
• r = Remote
• $d: Color
• Various choices
• $e: Dimensions
• n = Not applicable
• $f: Sound
• a = Sound
• $g: Image bit depth
• Varies
• $h: File formats
• Varies
• $i: Quality assurance target(s)
• Varies
• $j: Antecedent/Source
• Varies
• $k: Level of compression
• Varies
• $l: Reformatting quality
• Varies
007: Physical Description
• Putting it all together
DVD
007
v $b d $d c $e v $f a $g i $h z $i q
VHS
007
v $b f $d c $e b $f a $g h $h o $i m
02x Fields: Identifiers of
Manifestation
• 020: ISBN
• Transcribe as you would from a book
020
Number
• 024: Other standard identifier
• ISRC
024
0# Number
• UPC
024
1# Number
• EAN
024
3# Number
• 028: Publisher number
028
42 Number $b Publisher
Our Example Thus Far
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v $b d $d c $e v $f a $g i $h z $i q
040
NGU $b eng $e rda $c NGU
024 10 825646279227
028 42 2564 62792-2 $b Warner Classics
245 00 Knowledge is the beginning ; $b The Ramallah concert.
740 41 The Ramallah concert.
Date/Time & Place of Event
• 033 + 518
• 033
• 1st indicator: Type of date (single, multiple)
• 2nd indicator: Type of event (capture, broadcast)
• $a: Formatted date/time = yyyymmdd(hhmm)
• 199908302030 = 8:30 p.m., August 30, 1999
• 1999---- = 1999
• $b: Geographic classification area code
• “The place represented by a four-digit number assigned to a specific
geographic area by LC and listed in LC Geography classification schedules.”
• $c: Geographic classification subarea code
• “The subarea code representing a geographic region, natural feature, or
political subdivision of the geographic area from subfield ‡b. Subarea codes
are subdivisions of those LC class numbers (area codes) that end in 2 or 7, 3 or
8, 4 or 9.”
• $p: Place of event
• Not coded, may be controlled or uncontrolled vocabulary
Date/Time & Place of Event
• 033 + 518
033 ## yyyymmddhhmm $b geographic code $c subarea code $p
place
Capture
New York State
033 00 201310012000 $b 3804 $c N4 $p Carnegie Hall
Single date
New York City
8:00 PM, October 1, 2013
Date/Time & Place of Event
• 033 + 518
• 518
• $a: All information can go here, or…
• $d: Date of event: yr. mo. day
• $o: Other event information
• $p: Place of event
033 00 $3 DVD 2 (concert) $a 20050821 $b 7507 $c R28 $p Cultural
Palace
518
$3 DVD 2 (concert) : $o Recorded live $d 2005 August 21 $p
Cultural Palace in Ramallah.
Language
• Do not code for languages of special features, credits,
packaging
• Languages of accompanying materials may be noted and coded
depending on their importance in the cataloger’s judgment.
• Can include information about spoken and/or sung language(s),
dubbing, captions, subtitles, subtitles for the deaf and hard-ofhearing (SDH), audio enhancement for the visually impaired
• Fixed Field + 041 + 546
Language
041
$a eng $j eng $j fre $j ger $j spa $j ara $g eng $g fre $g
ger $g spa
546
Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, and
Arabic.
546
Accompanied by booklet with program notes and
introductory material in English, French, German,
and Spanish.
Production, etc.
• Dates in the fixed fields +
264
264
264
264
264
0
1
2
3
4
Production statement
Publication statement
Distribution statement
Manufacture statement
Copyright date
So many dates!
So many dates! Part 2
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No Information? The Cascading
Vortex of Horror!
264 1 $a [Place of publication
not identified] : $b
[Publisher not
identified], $c [Date of
publication not
identified]
264 2 $a [Place of distribution
not identified] : $b
[Distributor not
identified], $c [Date of
distribution not
identified]
264 3 $a [Place of
manufacture not
identified] : $b
[Manufacturer not
identified], $c [Date of
manufacture not
identified]
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Avoid the Vortex: Guess!
264 1 $a [Leipzig?] : $b [C.F. Peters?], $c [after 1990?]
264 1 $a [United Kingdom?] : $b Warner Classics, $c [2005]
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Production, etc.
264 1 $a [United Kingdom] : $b EuroArts ; $a [Seville] : $b
Fundación Barenboim-Said, $c [2005]
264 4 $c ℗2005.
Extent
300
300
300
300
300
300
$a: Number of units and type of carrier (Playing time in
parentheses. Use abbreviations: min. & hr.)
$b: Note on sound and color/black and white
$c: Dimensions of carrier (In inches for video recordings.
Use abbreviation: in.)
$e: Accompanying material (also include a 500 note)
$a 2 videodiscs (205 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in.
+ $e 1 booklet (37 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18
cm)
OR
$a 2 DVD videos (205 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in.
+ $e 1 booklet (37 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 18
cm)
Content, Media, Carrier Type
• Replace the GMD
336
337
338
Content type
Media type
Carrier type
• DVD
336
337
338
$a two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent
$a video $b v $2 rdamedia
$a videodisc $b vd $2 rdacarrier
• VHS
336
337
338
$a two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent
$a video $b v $2 rdamedia
$a videocassette $b vf $2 rdacarrier
• Streaming video file
336
337
338
$a two-dimensional moving image $b tda $2 rdacontent
$a computer $b c $2 rdamedia
$a online resource $b cr $2 rdacarrier
Content, Media, Carrier Type
336
336
337
337
338
338
$a two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent
$3 DVDs
$a text $b txt $2 rdacontent $3 booklet
$a video $b v $2 rdamedia $3 DVDs
$a unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia $3 booklet
$a videodisc $b vd $2 rdacarrier $3 DVDs
$a volume $b nc $2 rdacarrier $3 booklet
007
040
024
028
033
041
245
264
264
300
10
42
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00
1
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336
336
337
337
338
338
518
546
546
740
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v $b d $d c $e v $f a $g i $h z $i q
NGU $b eng $e rda $c NGU
825646279227
2564 62792-2 $b Warner Classics
$3 DVD 2 (concert) $a 20050821 $b 7507 $c R28 $p Cultural Palace
eng $j eng $j fre $j ger $j spa $j ara $g eng $g fre $g ger $g spa
Knowledge is the beginning ; $b The Ramallah concert.
[United Kingdom] : $b EuroArts ; $a [Seville] : $b Fundación Barenboim-Said, $c [2005]
$c ℗2005.
2 videodiscs (205 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in. + $e 1 booklet (37 pages : illustrations (some
color) ; 18 cm)
two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent $3 DVDs
text $b txt $2 rdacontent $3 booklet
video $b v $2 rdamedia $3 DVDs
unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia $3 booklet
videodisc $b vd $2 rdacarrier $3 DVDs
volume $b nc $2 rdacarrier $3 booklet
$3 DVD 2 (concert) : $o Recorded live $d 2005 August 21 $p Cultural Palace in Ramallah.
Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, and Arabic.
Accompanied by booklet with program notes and introductory material in English, French, German,
and Spanish.
The Ramallah concert.
Characteristics
• 344: Sound characteristics
• Encoding of sound in a resource.
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Type of recording: analog, digital
Recording medium: magnetic, optical
Playing speed: 24 fps (frames per second)
Configuration of playback channels: mono, stereo, surround
Special playback characteristics: Dolby, LCPM
• 345: Projection characteristics of moving image
• Technical requirements to project moving images on/in a
resource.
• Presentation format: IMAX, 3D
• Projection speed: 20 fps (frames per second)
Characteristics
• 346: Video characteristics
• Encoding of video images in resource
• Video format: Betacam, 8 mm, Laser optical, VHS
• Broadcast standard: HDTV, NTSC, PAL, SECAM
• 347: Digital file characteristics (not for VHS)
• Digital encoding of text, image, audio, video, etc. in a resource
• File type: video file, streaming video file
• Encoding format: Blu-ray, DVD video, Windows media
• Regional encoding: region 4, all regions
• 380: Form of work
• Class or genre to which the resource belongs (no controlled
vocabulary): “motion picture,” “television program” most
commonly used
344
346
347
380
$a digital $b optical $g stereo $g surround $h LCPM $h
Dolby $2 rda
$a laser optical $b NTSC $2 rda
$a video file $b DVD video $e region 0 $2 rda
$a Documentary film.
System Details/Physical
Description
• 538: Use for information about the encoding format
(Recorded DVD, DVD-ROM, Streaming video file) or other
important system information that might have been left out
earlier
• More info at www.oclc.org/bibformats/en/5xx/538.html
538
$a Disc characteristics: Recorded DVD.
Aspect ratio & Sound
characteristics
• 500: for aspect ratio & sound characteristics
• Sound characteristics not yet mentioned
• Full screen, wide screen, or mixed
• Ratio with a denominator of 1
• 4:3 = 1.33:1, 16:9 = 1.78:1
• Other info if known: pan-and-scan, letterboxed
500
Dolby digital 5.1 surround, wide screen 1.78:1.
Contributors
• 508: Creation/Production Credits
• Producer, director, editor, etc.
• 511: Participant or Performer
• Instrumentalist, actor, participant, narrator, etc.
508
511
511
Producer, director, Paul Smaczny ; Concert director, Michael
Beyer ; Documentary director, Ayellet Heller.
West-Eastern Divan Orchestra ; Daniel Barenboim, conductor.
Edward Said.
Summary & Target Audience
• 520: Summary
• “Use for an abstract, annotation, review, summary, or a phrase
describing the material.”
• 521: Target Audience
• “Use primarily when the contents of an item are considered
appropriate for a specific audience or intellectual level.”
520
“Daniel Barenboim established the West-Eastern Divan
Orchestra with the late Palestinian writer Edward Said in order
to bring together young musicians from across the political
divide in the Middle East. Their hope was that music would
heal and help to bring understanding and tolerance of different
beliefs and cultures.” -- Container.
Other 500 notes
• For nature and form
• Opera in 3 acts.
• Rock music.
• Sonatas for cello and piano.
• Edition and history
• Remake of a 1950 motion picture by the same name.
• Accompanying material
• Libretto in container.
• Synopsis in accompanying booklet.
007
040
024
028
033
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245
264
264
300
306
336
336
337
337
338
338
10
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v $b d $d c $e v $f a $g i $h z $i q
NGU $b eng $e rda $c NGU
825646279227
2564 62792-2 $b Warner Classics
$3 DVD 2 (concert) $a 20050821 $b 7507 $c R28 $p Cultural Palace
eng $j eng $j fre $j ger $j spa $j ara $g eng $g fre $g ger $g spa
Knowledge is the beginning ; $b The Ramallah concert.
[United Kingdom] : $b EuroArts ; $a [Seville] : $b Fundación Barenboim-Said, $c [2005]
$c ℗2005.
2 videodiscs (205 min.) : $b sound, color ; $c 4 3/4 in. + $e 1 booklet (37 pages :
illustrations (some color) ; 18 cm)
015200 $a 013300
two-dimensional moving image $b tdi $2 rdacontent $3 DVDs
text $b txt $2 rdacontent $3 booklet
video $b v $2 rdamedia $3 DVDs
unmediated $b n $2 rdamedia $3 booklet
videodisc $b vd $2 rdacarrier $3 DVDs
volume $b nc $2 rdacarrier $3 booklet
344
346
347
380
538
500
500
508
511
511
518
520
546
546
740
digital $b optical $g stereo $g surround $h LCPM Stereo $h Dolby Digital $2 rda
laser optical $b NTSC $2 rda
video file $b DVD video $e region 0 $2 rda
Documentary film.
Disc characteristics: Recorded DVD.
Dolby digital 5.1 surround, wide screen 1.78:1.
Duration: 112 minutes (concert), 93 minutes (documentary).
Producer, director, Paul Smaczny ; Concert director, Michael Beyer ; Documentary director,
Ayellet Heller.
West-Eastern Divan Orchestra ; Daniel Barenboim, conductor.
Edward Said.
$3 DVD 2 (concert) : $o Recorded live $d 21 August 2005, $p Cultural Palace in Ramallah.
“Daniel Barenboim established the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra with the late Palestinian
writer Edward Said in order to bring together young musicians from across the political
divide in the Middle East. Their hope was that music would heal and help to bring
understanding and tolerance of different beliefs and cultures.” -- Container.
Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, and Arabic.
Accompanied by booklet with program notes and introductory material in English, French,
German, and Spanish.
41 The Ramallah concert.
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Contents notes
• 505: consider providing an enhanced contents note (indicators
00, using delimiters for differentiate authors, titles, and other
info) to differentiate each work within the collection
505 00 $g DVD 1: $t Knowledge is the beginning.
505 00 $g DVD 2: $t Ramallah concert. $t Sinfonia concertante
in E flat major for oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn, K
Anh. 9 (297b) / $r Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart -- $t
Symphony no. 5 in C minor, op. 67 / $r Ludwig van
Beethoven -- $t Nimrod from Enigma Variations, op. 36
/ $r Edward Elgar.
Subjects
• Personal name (600 field), Corporate name (610), Meeting
name (611), Topical term (650), Geographic name (651),
Genre/form term (655)
• Personal name/Corporate name/Meeting name/Geographic
name: only use this if the person, etc. is a subject of the
resource. Contributors can be added elsewhere.
• Topical terms: (http://id.loc.gov/)
• Describe what the resource is about
• Music $y 19th century.
• Unicorns in art.
• Opera.
• Describe the musical instrumentation/genre
• Sonatas (Clarinet and piano).
• Operas.
Subjects
• Genre/form terms: describe what an item is , not what it is
about (http://id.loc.gov/, OLAC LCGFT list)
• Many rules and examples in SHM: H2230
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Animated films.
Juvenile films.
Concert television programs.
Films for the hearing impaired.
• Always include one of the following (SHM: H1913)
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Fiction television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Fiction films.
Nonfiction films.
Subjects
600
600
610
650
650
650
650
655
655
655
10
10
20
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Barenboim, Daniel, $d 1942Said, Edward W.
West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.
Symphony orchestras $z Spain $z Seville.
Jewish-Arab relations.
Symphonies.
Orchestral music.
Documentary films. $2 lcfgt
Concert films. $2 lcfgt
Nonfiction films. $2 lcfgt
People, Corporate bodies,
Families
• 1xx: Must be the creator of the work (like an
author), not simply a performer of the work
(like an actor)
• 7xx: All other contributors, related works
• Name authority files (http://id.loc.gov/ and
Connexion)
• Relator terms
• RDA Toolkit, Appendix I: Relationships
between a Resource and
Persons/Families/Corporate Bodies
• RDA Toolkit, Appendix J: Relationships
between Works, Expressions, Manifestations,
and Items
100 field
700 field
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Appendix I Example
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Appendix I Example
• Relator terms for relationships between
Person/Family/Corporate body and
Work/Expression/Manifestation/Item
100 1
700 1
Shakespeare, William, $d 1564-1616, $e author.
Olivier, Lawrence, $d 1953-, $e actor.
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Preferred Title
• The new Uniform Title
• Might see this in the 240 field but most often in 700 12
• Bring all editions of a work together (very handy with music!)
• Example: Shakespeare’s King Lear
Shakespeare’s King Lear
Shakespeare’s The tragedie of King Lear
Tragedie of King Lear
M. William Shake-speare, his true chronicle
history of the life and death of King Lear,
and his three daughters
True chronicle history of the life and death
of King Lear, and his three daughters
Complete King Lear, 1608-1623
Parallel King Lear, 1608-1623
Liŏ Wang
Tragedy of King Lear
Shakespeare’s Tragedy of King Lear
King Lear experience
History of King Lear
Shakespeare, William, $d 1564-1616. $t King Lear.
Appendix J Example
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Appendix J Example
• Relator terms for relationships between
Work/Expression/Manifestation/Item and
Work/Expression/Manifestation/Item
700 12 $i Contains (work) : $a Shakespeare, William, $d 15641616. $t Hamlet.
700 12 $i Contains (work) : $a Shakespeare, William, $d 15641616. $t Antony and Cleopatra.
700 12 $i Contains (expression) : $a Shakespeare, William, $d
1564-1616. $t King Lear. $l French.
Relationships
700
700
700
700
700
700
1
1
1
1
1
12
Barenboim, Daniel, $d 1942-, $e conductor.
Said, Edward W.
Smaczny, Paul, $e producer.
Beyer, Michael, $e director.
Heler, Ayellet, $e director.
$i Contains (work) : $a Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, $d
1756-1791. $t Sinfonie concertanti, $m oboe, clarinet,
horn, bassoon, orchestra, $n K. Anh. 9, $r E♭ major.
700 12 $i Contains (work) : $a Beethoven, Ludwig van, $d
1770-1827. $t Symphonies, $n no. 5, op. 67, $r C minor.
700 12 $i Contains (work) : $a Elgar, Edward, $d 1857-1934. $t
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Edward Said.
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divide in the Middle East. Their hope was that music would heal and help to bring
understanding and tolerance of different beliefs and cultures.” -- Container.
Subtitles in English, French, German, Spanish, and Arabic.
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41 The Ramallah concert.
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