Introduction

These guidelines supplement the current UNT Libraries' standards for creating metadata, focusing specifically on items that belong to the College of Music Recordings collection. For items that do not belong in this collection, please see the full UNT Libraries Metadata Input Guidelines.

 

COMR Metadata Input Guidelines:

Note: all fields are required unless otherwise noted

Information for College of Music Recordings may be found on:

  • the recital program
  • top of the CD
  • back cover of the CD case

If there is a situation not covered on this page, use the links at the bottom of the field guidelines to find additional information

Table of Contents

 

Title

General Information

  • All items must have a "Main Title" and at least one series title; some items may have additional titles
  • Always choose the appropriate title qualifier (main, series, added) from the controlled vocabulary

 

  Guideline Example
Main Titles Main titles have three separate elements in the form Type: Date - Name, Instrument
  • Type of recital, e.g., Doctoral (Lecture) Recital, Ensemble, Faculty Recital, Guest Recital
  • Date of recital in the form YYYY-MM-DD
  • Name of primary performer(s) and instrument or performing group(s)

  • Capitalize the type of recital and proper names (do not capitalize the instrument name)
  • Include all initial articles (a, an, the, der, etc.) in group names
Doctoral Recital: 2006-03-06 - Brad Bennight, harpsichord

Ensemble: 2007-02-08 - UNT Wind Symphony

Faculty Recital: 2006-11-08 - Eric M. Nestler, alto saxophone

Ensemble: 2007-04-12 - A Night of Percussion
 
  • If there are multiple performers and/or performing groups listed, include each person or group with "and"
  • If there are multiple degree-seeing performances in a single recording, use an added title (see below)
Faculty Recital: 2007-01-26 - Linda Di Fiore, mezzo-soprano and Heejung Kang, piano
Series Titles
  • Add the appropriate series title for the type of recital from the following list (copy it exactly):
  • If the recital includes multiple groups, include separate series titles (e.g., Faculty Recitals and Guest Artist Recitals) rather than creating a concatenated version
  • If none of these titles is appropriate for the item, create a new title that matches the format of the others and contact the metadata administrators
  • Doctoral Recitals
  • Ensemble Concerts
  • Faculty Recitals
  • Guest Artist Recitals
  • Master's Recitals
  • Senior Recitals
Added Titles If the recital has a title (printed on the program/information), include it in the record as an added title  
  For Doctoral Lecture Recitals, include the lecture title as an added title
  • Use the lecture title written on the program or CD
  • Precede the title with "Lecture Recital:"
  • Capitalize the first word of the title and all other words except prepositions and articles
  • Separate main titles and subtitles with 'space dash space'
Lecture Recital: Marcel Mihalovici - A Critical Evaluation of His Solo and Chamber Works for Clarinet

Lecture Recital: Di/con[ver(gence/sions)] for Saxophone Quartet by David Dzubay - A Performance Analysis

Lecture Recital: An Analytical Study of Mily Alekseyevich Balakirev's Musical Style in His Early Piano and Orchestra Works - "Grande Fantaisie on Russian Folk Songs" and "The First Piano Concerto Op. 1 in F-sharp Minor"
  If there are multiple degree-seeking performances in a single recording:
  • Use the performer seeking the higher degree as the main title
  • Include the secondary performer in an added title
Main: Doctoral Recital: 2006-02-03 - John Norine, Jr., conductor

Added: Master Recital: 2006-02-03 - Amy Wilson, conductor
Other Special Cases Recital Series
If the recital is part of a series of related performances:
  • Include the title of the series as a serial title
  • Include the title of the specific performance as an added title
Serial: "Basically Brahms": Music of Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

Added: "Basically Brahms": Music of Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Concert One

 

 

Examples (Main Titles)

 

  • Doctoral Recital: 2006-06-06 - Daniel Stevens, viola
  • Ensemble: 2007-04-11 - UNT Cello Ensemble
  • Guest Artist Recital: 2007-03-06 - Emanuel Borok, violin
  • Senior Recital: 2007-04-13 - Cason Clifton, percussion
  • Master's Recital: 2007-08-01 - Jason Harron, alto and tenor saxophone
  • Faculty Recital : 2006-03-07 - William Scharnberg, horn

 

Additional Information

 

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Creator

General Information

  • Include as many creators (primary performers) as you need to
    • Guest performers or others who are not primary performers should be entered as contributors instead
  • List the creators/primary performers in order of importance
    • If creators are equally important, enter them in the order they are listed
  • Creators for COMR may include:
    • soloist(s)
    • performing group(s)
    • accompanist(s)
    • other primary performer(s)
  • For each creator, include the name, type, and role
    • Type will be person (for individuals) or organization (for groups)
    • Role will generally be: performer, conductor, composer, or other
    • The information field is used for additional clarification about the person associated with the item
  • If possible, consult an authority file to find the correct form of the name (e.g., the Library of Congress Authorities)
    • Note: since many of the creators are students, their names may not have authority records

 

  Guideline Example
Individual Names
  • Invert names (Last, First Middle)
  • Use initials if the full names are not known
  • Use spaces between initials
  • Put additional middle names after the first name
  • Consider both parts of a hyphenated name the 'last name'
  • Consider multiple parts (von, de la, etc.) as part of the last name
Reséndez, José Luís

Licata, Julie M.

Kami, Taylor J. T.

Chernaya-Oh, Ekaterina

Di Fiore, Linda
 

If it is unclear which part of the name is the surname, enter the name as it appears on the item

Include suffixes that are a part of the name (Jr., Sr., etc.) at the end of the name after a second comma

Hye-Young Lee

Mitchell, William K., III
 

Do not include:

  • nicknames
  • abbreviations
  • titles (e.g., Dr.) unless the first name is unknown
  • job or educational qualifiers (e.g., Ph.D.)

These alternate forms can go in the information section of the field

 
 

If known, use the authorized form of the name from the Library of Congress Authorities

Gillespie, James E. (James Ernest), 1940-
Organizational Names
  • Use the names as they appear in the item for non-government or single-level bodies
  • Do not invert personal names that are parts of organizational names
  • Write out names instead of using acronyms
Permian High School Symphonic Band

Western Wind Quartet
 
  • For hierarchical agencies, list each level from highest to lowest
  • Separate each part of the hierarchy with a period
  • If the hierarchy is unclear, record the name as it is listed on the item
University of North Texas. Symphonic Band.

UNT Harp Ensemble
Creator Information

The information field is used to add readily-available notes related to the specific recording

 
  Include information that clarifies the role of the creator
  • Always include clarification if the role is listed as "Other"

If the creator has multiple roles, list additional information

  • For "role" choose the primary or most encompassing role (or the one listed first)
Role: Other
Information: Director

Role: Performer
Information: Performer and guest conductor
 

Include other relevant information about the creator:

  • Additional forms of the creator's name
  • Birth and death dates
  • Other information associated with the name
1889-1975

Bassoon
 

Format information consistently:

  • Multiple instruments can be listed, separated by commas
  • List each name, fact, or statement individually and separate them with semicolons or periods
  • Use sentence form when relevant or when taken directly from the object
  • Use quotation marks when quoting information directly from the object or exact song titles
Flute, clarinet, bassoon

 

 

Examples

 

Ensemble: 2007-03-12 - Music of Mario Davidovsky
Name: Nova Ensemble
Type: Organization
Role: Performer

Name: McNutt, Elizabeth
Type: Person
Role: Conductor
Information: Director

Name: Blustine, Allen
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Guest Artist - Bass Clarinet "Synchronisms No. 12"

Name: Elgart, Matthew
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Guest Artist - Classical Guitar "Synchronisms No. 10"

Name: Klein, Heidi Dietrich
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Guest Artist - Soprano "Romancero"

 

 

Doctoral Recital: 2006-03-20 - Anne Beloncik Schantz, soprano
Name: Schantz, Anne Beloncik
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Voice (Soprano)

 

 

 

 

Senior Recital: 2006-11-01 - Michelle Cho, cello
Name: Cho, Michelle
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Flute and piccolo

 

 

 

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Contributor

General Information

  • Include as many contributors as are readily available in this order: composers, secondary performers and conductors, recording engineers
    • List composers once per song title (repeat a composer name as often as necessary)
    • Only list other contributors once per record
  • For each contributor, include the name, type, and role
    • Type will be person (for individuals) or organization (for groups)
    • Role will generally be: performer, conductor, composer, or other
    • The information field is used for additional clarification about the person associated with the item
    • If possible, consult an authority file to find the correct form of the name (e.g., the Library of Congress Authorities)
  • Note: since many of the contributors are students, their names may not have authority records

 

  Guideline Example
Individual Names
  • Invert names (Last, First Middle)
  • Use initials if the full names are not known
  • Use spaces between initials
  • Put additional middle names after the first name
  • Consider both parts of a hyphenated name the 'last name'
  • Consider multiple parts (von, de la, etc.) as part of the last name
Meinecke, Donna Tan

White, John D.

Bhaskar, H. N.

Chernaya-Oh, Ekaterina

Kim, Kyoo-Hwan

de Torrejón y Velasco, Tomás
 
 
  • If it is unclear which part of the name is the surname, enter the name as it appears on the item
  • Include suffixes that are a part of the name (Jr., Sr., etc.) at the end of the name after a second comma
Hye-Young Lee

Mitchell, William K., III
  Do not include:
  • nicknames
  • abbreviations
  • titles (e.g., Dr.) unless the first name is unknown
  • job or educational qualifiers (e.g., Ph.D.)

These alternate forms can go in the information section of the field

 
 

If known, use the authorized form of the name from the Library of Congress Authorities

Beethoven, Ludwig van, 1770-1827
Organizational Names
  • Use the names as they appear in the item for single-level bodies
  • Do not invert personal names that are parts of organizational names
  • Write out names instead of using acronyms
Arabic Tradition

Western Wind Quartet
 
  • For hierarchical agencies, list each level from highest to lowest
  • Separate each part of the hierarchy with a period
  • If the hierarchy is unclear, record the name as it is listed on the item
University of North Texas. Symphonic Band.

UNT Harp Ensemble
Contributor Information
  • The information field is used to add readily-available notes related to the specific recording
  • This field is required for composers
 
 

Include information that clarifies the role of the contributor, which can include:

  • the performer's instrument
  • the name of the composer(s) for the piece(s) played (when relevant)
  • other information (written in sentence form, as appropriate)
  • Always include clarification if the role is listed as "Other"

If the contributor has multiple roles, list additional information

  • For "role" choose the primary or most encompassing role (or the one listed first)
Trombone

Harp (Villa-Lobos)

Guest conductor for "Selamlik" and "Third Suite"

Role: Performer
Information: Performer and guest conductor
 

Format information consistently:

  • Capitalize all words (except prepositions and articles) and use appropriate abbreviations
  • List each name, fact, or statement individually and separate them with semicolons or periods (when relevant)
  • Use parentheses when noting specific piece(s) to which a performer contributed
  • Information about arrangements, transcriptions, etc. should go in a Display Note
Percussion


Piano (Gnattalli, Proto, Bottesini)
Composer Information

For composers, include the title of the piece in the information (only put one title in each information field using multiple entries for the same composer when necessary)

Include the following components in the piece title, in the following order:

  • piece title
  • piece number (No.)
  • key (use appropriate capitalization and punctuation: A Major, D-flat Major, C-sharp minor, E minor, etc.)
  • additional name given by composer (in quotation marks)
  • opus number (Op.)
  • composer-related work number
  • date, if relevant (in parentheses)

Leave out any components that are not available



Fanfares avec une suitte de simphonies, No. 1

Piano Trio No. 2 in C minor, Op. 66

Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 83

Symphony No. 8 in B minor, "Unfinished," D. 759

Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello in C Major, K. 548 (1788)

Nachtphantasien, Op. 13

Suite for Three B-flat Clarinets
 

If a piece contains several movements that are generally played as a suite

  • do not include movement names (only use the name of the full piece)
  • if only selected movements were played in the performance, include that information in a Display Note
 

If a piece has multiple components that may be treated separately (e.g., a collection of pieces or etudes)

  • include the title of the full piece followed by a colon and the title of the portion that was played
  • repeat the contributor field as necessary if more than one of the component pieces was performed
  • if many of the component pieces were played, they can be listed in a Display Note instead
Information: Concerto in C Major for Piccolo and Strings, RV 443
Display Note: "Concerto in C Major for Piccolo and Strings, RV 443" - performed movements II and III


Eight Slavonic Dances, Op. 46: Slavonic Dance No. 5

Information: Twenty-four Preludes, Op. 34
Display Note: "Twenty-four Preludes, Op. 34" - No. 6, No. 8, No. 10, No. 24 performed
 

If the piece is arranged/edited:

  • use the name of the original composer as the contributor
  • add "arr." or "ed." to the end of the piece title as necessary
  • include a Display Note with information about the arranger or editor

Information: Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon, arr.
Display Note: "Trio for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon, arr." arranged by Jindrich Feld.

Information: Sonata Pian e Forte, ed.
Display Note: "Sonata Pian e Forte" edited by John Marcellus.
 

 

 

Examples

 

Doctoral Recital: 2007-11-09 - Patricia Jovanna Surman, flute and piccolo
Name: Surman, Patricia Jovanna
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Flute and piccolo

 

 

Senior Recital: 2006-11-01 - Michelle Cho, cello
Name: Bach, Johann Sebastian, 1685-1750
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Suite No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011 - I. Prelude

Name: Brahms, Johannes, 1833-1897
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38

Name: Debussy, Claude, 1862-1918
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Cello Sonata in D minor

Name: Sanchez, Gabriel
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Piano

Name: Kerl, Derek
Type: Person
Role: Recording engineer

 

 

 

 

Master's Recital: 2007-06-06 - Tae Kyung Lee, piano
Name: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Sonatas for Piano in B-flat Major, K. 333

Name: Prokofiev, Sergey, 1891-1953
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Major, Op. 26

Name: Huffman, Tyler
Type: Person
Role: Recording engineer

 

 

 

 

Faculty Recital: 2006-10-09 - Gustavo Romero, piano
Name: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Sonata in C Major, K. 330

Name: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Sonata in B-flat Major, K. 333

Name: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Sonata in A Major, K. 331

Name: Harvey, Nick
Type: Person
Role: Recording engineer

 

 

 

 

Doctoral Lecture Recital: 2006-04-18 - Michael Underwood, trombone
Name: Lindberg, Christian, 1958-
Type: Person
Role: Composer
Information: Mandrake in the Corner

Name: Chung, Rachel
Type: Person
Role: Performer
Information: Piano (Lindberg)

Name: Chinnici, Michael
Type: Person
Role: Recording engineer

 

 

 

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Publisher

General Information

  • Unless otherwise noted, the publisher for COMR items is the UNT College of Music
  • Include the name, location if known, and information (if relevant)

 

Example

 

Publisher Name (from Library of Congress)
University of North Texas. College of Music

Publisher Location
Denton, Texas

Publisher information could include other forms of the publisher name, statements of responsibility or dates (only those related to the specific item)

 

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Date

General Information

  • The date on which the recital was originally performed
  • Write dates in the form YYYY-MM-DD
    • You can use only the year (YYYY) or the year and month (YYYY-MM) if the other parts are unknown

 

Examples

 

Doctoral Recital: 2006-12-04 - Lisa Thomas, piano
Original Resource Creation Date: 2006-12-04

Ensemble: 2007-02-28 - UNT Concert Band
Original Resource Creation Date: 2007-02-28

Senior Recital: 2007-04-10 - Sungjoon Lee, composer
Original Resource Creation Date: 2007-04-10

Faculty Recital: 2007-01-17 - Lenora McCroskey, harpsichord
Original Resource Creation Date: 2007-01-17

Master's Recital: 2006-06-05 - Janelle Davis, violin
Original Resource Creation Date: 2006-06-05

Guest Artist Recital: 2006-09-22 - Trio de Llano
Original Resource Creation Date: 2006-09-22

 

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Language

General Information

  • Choose the relevant language(s) from the drop-down menu
  • If the recording is in multiple languages include each of them
  • If the pieces are entirely instrumental or there are no languages associated with the recital, choose "no language"

 

Examples

 

Recording of a music recital sung in Italian and French
Language: fre - French
Language: ita - Italian

 

 

Recording of a music recital sung in English, German, and Latin
Language: eng - English
Language: ger - German
Language: lat - Latin

 

 

 

 

Ensemble: 2007-04-11 - UNT Cello Ensemble
Language: nol - No Language

 

 

 

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Description: Content Description

General Information

Describe what the item is about in full sentences, using proper grammar and punctuation
Include the following elements:

  • the type of recital - lecture recital, choir concert, string quartet recital, etc.
  • the location of the recital - presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall; performed at the UNT College of Music Lyric Theatre; etc.
  • the degree requirement of the recital (if applicable) - "in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the [program (abbreviation)] degree"

 

Examples

 

Artist Recital: 2007-06-07 - Rosalyn Hart, violin
Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Graduate Artist Certificate in Music Performance.

Doctoral Recital: 2006-03-20 - Anthony Allgeier, clarinet
Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Concert Hall in partial fulfillment of the Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree.

Ensemble: 2006-03-06 - Super 400 Guitar Ensemble
Jazz concert performed at the UNT College of Music Kenton Hall.

Faculty Recital: 2007-02-20 - Elizabeth McNutt, flute and Christopher Deane, percussion
A faculty and guest artist recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.

Guest Artist Recital: 2006-12-18 - Permian High School Symphonic Band
Guest symphonic band concert performed at the UNT College of Music Winspear Hall.

Ensemble: 2006-02-10 - UNT Trombone Collective
A teaching fellow recital performed at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall.

Master's Recital: 2007-06-06 - Tae Kyung Lee, piano
Recital presented at the UNT College of Music Recital Hall in partial fulfillment of the Master of Music (MM) degree.

Senior Recital: 2007-08-09 - Clinton Bray, organ
A senior recital presented at the UNT College of Music Main Auditorium.

 

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Description: Physical Description

This field is optional but strongly recommended.

General Information

  • Whenever possible, include a physical description using the format: extent : physical details ; dimensions

Note: leave out 'physical details' if they do not apply or are not readily available

  • Physical descriptions are based on item type:

 

Extent Physical Details Dimensions Example(s)
Sound recordings:

number and kind of items with playing time

digital or analog?
playing speed?

diameter of disc in in.
gauge of film in mm.
1 sound disc (80 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.

 

 

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Subjects and Keywords

General Information

  • There is no limit on the number of subjects/keywords, but they should describe what the item is 'about' and be useful for finding the item
    • Subjects/keywords answer questions like: who, what, where, and when

  • Choose as many terms as necessary to capture subject content:
    • Avoid terms too general to describe a particular item
    • An average of five subject/keyword entries is recommended

  • Choose the correct subject type from the drop-down menu for each one
  Guideline Example
Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms (LCGFT)

Subjects must be chosen from the controlled vocabulary and formatted according to Library of Congress rules

Chamber music

Operas

Jazz
Library of Congress Medium of Performance Thesaurus (LCMPT)

Subjects must be chosen from the controlled vocabulary and formatted according to Library of Congress rules

tuba

chorus

wind ensemble
Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH)

Subject strings must be formulated and formatted according to Library of Congress rules

  • Terms in Library of Congress subjects are separated by a double dash (Term -- Term)
  • Strings must end with a period unless there is a close parenthesis or open-ended date at the end
Tuba -- Instruction and study.

Symphonies.

Concertos (Violin)
 
  • If the resource has previously been described in a library catalog subject fields can be taken from the catalog record
  • Library records are generally good sources for ready-made subjects
Sonatas (Trumpet and piano), Arranged.
Keywords and Phrases (KWD)
  • Add informal keywords as needed to help users locate the resource
  • Use the plural forms of keywords
    • The singular form of a keyword can be used when there is no reasonable plural
    • If the keyword's plural is formed irregularly, the singular and plural forms can be added separately
  • Only capitalize proper nouns
vocal pieces

lecture recitals

chamber music

knife
knives

African percussion
 

When referring to a company, organization, school, etc., the abbreviated version of the name can be used, but the full name must appear at least once in the record (preferably the content description or as a keyword).

  • If it seems important, both the full name and abbreviated version(s) can be included as keywords
UNT
University of North Texas
 
  • It is not necessary to repeat terms from controlled vocabularies as keywords
 

 

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Relation

This field is optional -- it will only be used when both related items are online

General Information

  • For recordings, the related items would be:
  • Information will be added to the records for both items
  Guideline Example
Format
  • Include the following, separated by commas:
    • Title of the related item
    • Identifier (recording identifier or OCLC number)
    • Permalink (ark) to the record
  • For programs, the link may include a full URL to the specific page within a program book
An Overview and Performance Guide to Manuel Ponce's Sonata III for Solo Guitar

OCLC#77547952

ark:/67531/metadc5598
Qualifiers  
 
  • For the program book
  • For the recording
References
Is referenced by
 
  • For the thesis/dissertation
  • For the recording
Has part
Is part of
 
  • For the audio recording
  • For the video recording
Has version
Is version of

 

Examples

 

Doctoral recital
Recording:
Is referenced by: College of Music program book 2005-2006 Student Performances Vol. 1, OCLC#22314779, https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc9707/m1/204/
Is part of: An Overview and Performance Guide to Manuel Ponce's Sonata III for Solo Guitar, OCLC#77547952, ark:/67531/metadc5598

Program book:
References: Doctoral Lecture Recital: 2006-03-27 - Jay Smith, classical guitar, 03_27_06 Jay Smith, ark:/67531/metadc1475

Dissertation:
Has part: Doctoral Lecture Recital: 2006-03-27 - Jay Smith, classical guitar, 03_27_06 Jay Smith, ark:/67531/metadc1475
Ensemble recital
Recording:
Is referenced by: College of Music program book 2005-2006 Ensemble & Other Performances Vol. 2, OCLC#22314779, ark:/67531/metadc9710/

Program book:
References: Ensemble: 2006-03-06 - Super 400 Guitar Ensemble, 03_06_06 Super 400, ark:/67531/metadc1849

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Institution and Collection

General Information

  • Choose the correct institution and collection(s) from the drop-down menus:

 

Institution
UNTML - UNT Music Library

Collection
COMR - College of Music Recordings

 

Additional Information

  • If you want to see the full guidelines for institution, see the Institution page
  • To see additional institution examples, see Other Examples
  • If you want to see the full guidelines for collection, see the Collection page
  • To see additional collection examples, see Other Examples

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Rights and Status

General Information

  • Change rights access but leave license, holder, and statement blank:
  • unt - Use restricted to UNT Community

 

Rights Access

 

  • Always make the record "Hidden"

 

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Resource Type and Format

General Information

  • Choose the correct resource type and format from the drop-down menus:

 

Resource Type
sound - Sound

Format
audio - Audio

 

Additional Information

  • If you want to see the full guidelines for resource types, see the Resource Type page
  • To see additional resource type examples, see Other Examples
  • To see the full list of resource types, see the Comments section
  • If you want to see the full guidelines for formats, see the Format page
  • To see additional format examples, see Other Examples
  • To see the full list of formats, see the Comments section

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Identifier

General Information

  • Create an identifier using the performer and date in the form: MM_DD_YY Last Name
    • For groups, use the name of the performing group (long names may be shortened, e.g., "Permian High" for Permian High School Symphonic Band)
    • If there are multiple performers, include each last name in order (e.g., 01_24_07 Bushkova Harlos Osadchy)
  • Choose "Accession or Local Control Number" from the drop-down menu

Examples

11_08_06 Nestler

12_07_06 Concert Choir

01_24_07 Western Wind Quintet

04_17_07 Sankary

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Note

This field is optional -- only include notes when applicable

General Information

  • Notes are used for information that is important about the item but that does not fit into another field
    • Display notes are used for information that users might want or need to know
    • Non-display notes are not visible or searchable, but are used for any information important to internal maintenance of records
  • Additional information for recordings may include:
    • arrangements
    • transcriptions
    • authors of text
    • notes about specific movements
  Guideline Example
Display Notes

When referring to a piece, use the same form of the name found in the Contributor information and put the title in quotation marks

"Marche Militaire in D Major, D. 733"
 

Add a statement explain the action (e.g., "arranged by") and the name of the person

arranged by Kris Dorsey

transcribed by Bill Holcombe
 
  • Punctuate notes as sentences, with periods
  • If there are multiple notes, put each one on a separate line

"Three Pieces" transcribed by Robert Nagel.

"Sonata from Die Bankelsangerlieder" transcribed by Robert King.

"Concerto in B-flat Major, BWV 1042" transcribed by Ryohei Nakagawa from "Concerto in E Major, BWV 1042 for Violin and string orchestra."

 

Other Examples

 

"Water Music Suite" movements I, III, IV and VI, arranged by Hamilton Harty.

"Afrequete" ensemble adaptation by Jose Aponte.

"Butsu Mutandari / Iyesa" arranged by Michael Spiro and B. Michael Williams.

"Do It!" transcribed and arranged by Michael League.

"Congratulamini Mihi" arranged by Dennis L. Horton.

"I Will Be Earth" poem by May Swenson

"Three Medieval Dances" edited by Christian Lindberg.

"Three Little Words" lyrics by Bert Kalmar.

"Big John Special" transcribed by David Berger.

"Suite bergamasque - III. Clair de lune" arranged for two harps by John Escosa.

"Views from Falls House" includes movements IV and V.

"I Cannot Dance" text by Mechtild of Magdeburg

"Sonata for Solo Cello" performed by She-e Wu.

"Forty Progressive Studies" includes studies no. 21, 6, and 9.

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Degree Information

General Information

  • The Degree Department will be filled in for every record
  • The other parts of this field should only be used if the recital fulfills degree requirements (do not use for Faculty Recitals, Guest Artist Recitals, etc.)
  • When there is degree information associated with the recital, include the name, level, discipline, department, and grantor for the degree

 

  Guideline Example
Name

Enter the name of the degree of which the recital is a part

  • Do not use abbreviations - write out the entire name
Doctor of Musical Arts
Level

Select the degree level from the controlled vocabulary

Doctoral

Master's

Bachelor's

Certificate
Discipline

Enter the name of the program (or major discipline)

Piano
Department Since these come from the College of Music, the department will be "Music" Music
Grantor The institution awarding the degree (UNT)
  • Do not use abbreviations - write out the entire name
University of North Texas

 

Examples

 

Senior Recital: 2007-04-24 - Lucas Frank Albano, percussion
Name: Bachelor of Music
Level: Bachelor's
Discipline: Percussion
Department: Music
Grantor: University of North Texas

Master's Recital: 2007-06-14 - Jason Bellack, tenor saxophone
Name: Master of Music
Level: Master's
Discipline: Saxophone
Department: Music
Grantor: University of North Texas

Doctoral Recital: 2006-01-29 - Scott Marosek, piano
Name: Doctor of Musical Arts
Level: Doctoral
Discipline: Piano performance
Department: Music
Grantor: University of North Texas

 

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