Field(s) affected: 7 $4, Appendix c (Relator codes) Content of proposal: Allow the use of alphabetic 3-character codes instead of codes 545



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UNIMARC Bibliographic change proposal
Date of proposal: December 2005

Source of proposal: Comité français UNIMARC / Working Group on sound documents
Type of proposal: Addition / Change / Deletion

Field(s) affected: 7-- $4, Appendix C (Relator codes)
Content of proposal: Allow the use of alphabetic 3-character codes instead of codes 545 (« musician ») and 721 (« singer »). The proposed list of codes is that already defined for field 145.


Rationale for proposal: Give the means for identifying in a more precise way the function of performers in musical works.
Comments: When one function can be expressed either by an already existing numeric code or by an alphabetic code, the numerical code should be used (for example 195 and not qch for choral director).

History/status: Suggested (01/2006)

Pages to be modified in the manual

700 PERSONAL NAME – PRIMARY INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY



Subfields

$4 Relator code



This three character code is used to indicate the relation existing between the person mentioned in the field and the catalogued document. When this person is a musical performer, it can be numerical or alphabetical (e.g. 21, 22). The list of relator codes is in appendix C.

Repeatable.



Examples



Ex. 21 : 700 #1$aCallas,$bMaria$4vso



Instead of $4721 (= singer), there is immediately the precision relating to the voice ($4vso = soprano).

Ex. 22 : 700 #1$aBrendel,$bAlfred$4kpf

Instead of $4545 (= musician), there is immediately the precision relating to the instrument ($4kpf = pianist).



710 CORPORATE BODY NAME - PRIMARY INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY



Subfields

$4 Relator code



This three character code is used to indicate the relation existing between the corporate body mentioned in the field and the catalogued document. When this corporate body is a musical performer, it can be numerical or alphabetical (e.g. 20). The list of relator codes is in appendix C.

Repeatable.



Examples



Ex. 20 : 710 02$aEnglish Chamber Orchestra$4och



Instead of $4545 (= musician), there is immediately the precision relating to the type of orchestra ($4och = chamber orchestra).


720 FAMILY NAME - PRIMARY INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY



Subfields

$4 Relator code



This three character code is used to indicate the relation existing between the family name mentioned in this field and the catalogued document. When this family is a musical performer, it can be numerical or alphabetical. The list of codes is in appendix C.

Repeatable.


730 NAME – INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY



Subfields

$4 Relator code



This three character code indicates the relation between the heading indicated in the field and the document described in the record. When this heading is a musical performer, it can be numerical or alphabetical. The list of codes is in appendix C.

Repeatable.


APPENDIX C : Relator Codes

Introduction

Codes from this list may be used in subfield $4 of fields in the 7-- INTELLECTUAL RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK. When more than one code is to be used in conjunction with a single name, each code should be carried in a separate subfield $4.

The codes in this list are not mutually exclusive. Institutions making use of such codes should attempt to use the most specific code applicable when one or more would seem to apply. The use of relator codes in UNIMARC is optional.

Relator codes can be either numerical or alphabetical. The alphabetic three-character codes cater for a precise identification of relationships in the case of a musical work, and are used instead of codes 545 and 721, when needed by the cataloguing agency. They correspond to the values in field 145 $b-$d, positions 2-4.

Thus, for performers in musical works, the cataloguing agency will use either the appropriate numeric code (for example 721 = singer), or an alphabetic codes, if a more precise identification of the function is required (for example vso = soprano).
As for the alphabetic codes, one can either use one of the general codes appearing in the second column indicating the family of instruments, voice or ensembles, or a specific code identifying the instrument, the voice or the ensemble (for example kun = keyboard in general or kpf = piano in particular).

French original text. Les codes de fonction peuvent être numériques ou alphabétiques. Les codes à trois caractères alphabétiques correspondent à ceux des champs 145 $b-$d, positions 2-4. Ils permettent de préciser la fonction dans le cas d’une œuvre musicale.

Pour un interprète d’une œuvre musicale :


  • soit les codes numériques de l’annexe C continuent d’être appliqués si la fonction de l’interprète n’est pas spécifiée (par exemple 721 = chanteur),

  • soit les codes alphabétiques peuvent s’appliquer si la fonction de l’interprète est spécifiée (par exemple vso = soprano).

Pour les codes alphabétiques, on peut utiliser soit un des codes généraux figurant dans la deuxième colonne et indiquant la famille d’instruments, de voix ou d’ensembles, soit un code spécifique précisant l’instrument, la voix ou l’ensemble (par exemple kun = clavier en général ou kpf = piano en particulier).
Code List

Numeric code


Alphabetic code

Relationship

Specific alphabetic code

Specific relationship

[…]







545




Musician
Person/body who performs music or contributes to the musical content of a work. Use when it is not possible or desirable to identify more precisely the person's function.
In lieu of 545, specific values can be used based on the instrument/type of ensemble. These values are the same as those defined for field 145 $b-$d, pos. 2-4.

EX 702 #1$aTharaud$bAlexandre$f1968?-….$4kpf



kpf” for piano.




bun

Brass instruments :







bah

Alphorn







bbh

Bersag horn







bbb

Bombardino







bbd

Bombardon







bzz

Brass-other







bbu

Bugle







bca

Carnyx







bcb

Cimbasso







bcl

Clarion







bco

Cornet







bct

Cornett







bcu

Cornu







bch

Cow horn







bdx

Duplex







beu

Euphonium







bht

Herald’s trumpet







bho

Horn







bhh

Hunting horn







bkb

Keyed bugle







blu

Lur







bol

Oliphant







bop

Ophicleide







bph

Post horn







brh

Russian horn







bsx

Salpinx







bse

Serpent







bsh

Shofar







btb

Trombone







btr

Trumpet







btu

Tuba







bta

Tuba (antique)







bvb

Valved bugle







bwt

Wagner tuba




eun

Electric/electronic instruments and devices :







eco

Computer







ecs

Computerized musical station







ect

Computerized tape







eds

Digital space device







eea

Electro-acoustic device







ezz

Electronic-other







eli

Live electronic







ely

Lyricon







eme

Meta-instrument







emu

Multimedial device







ema

Ondes Martenot







eos

Oscillator







esp

Space device







esy

Synthesizer







eta

Tape







eth

Theremin




kun

Keyboard :







kac

Accordion







kab

Arcicembalo







kba

Bandoneon







kca

Carillon







kce

Celesta







kch

Chordette







kcl

Clavichord







kcy

Clavicytherium







kco

Claviorgan







kfp

Fortepiano







kgl

Glockenspiel







khm

Harmonium







khp

Harpsichord







kxx

Keyboard-other







kmp

Melopiano







kor

Organ







kpf

Piano







kps

Plucked string keyboard







kre

Regals







ksi

Sirenion







ksp

Sostenente piano







kst

Spinet







kvg

Virginal




mun

Miscellaneous, other, unspecified instruments :







mah

Aeolian harp







mbo

Barrel organ







mbs

Bass







mbr

Bullroarer







mck

Chekker







mco

Continuo







mgh

Glassharmonika







mha

Harmonica







mhg

Hurdy-gurdy







mjh

Jew’s harp







mla

Lamellaphone







mml

Melodic instrument







mme

Melodica







mmi

Mirliton







mzz

Miscellaneous-other







mmc

Monochord







mbw

Musical bow







mbx

Musical box







mcl

Musical clock







mms

Musical saw







moc

Ocarina







mpp

Player piano







mpo

Polyphonic instrument







mra

Rabab







msw

Swanee whistle







mtf

Tuning-fork







mwh

Whistle







mwd

Wind instrument




oun

Orchestras, ensembles :







oba

Band







obi

Big band







obr

Brass band







och

Chamber orchestra







oco

Combo







odo

Dance orchestra







ofu

Full orchestra







oga

Gamelan







oie

Instrumental ensemble







oja

Jazz band







ozz

Orchestra-other







ope

Percussion orchestra







orb

Ragtime band







osb

Steel band







ost

String orchestra







owi

Wind orchestra




pun

Percussion :







pab

Aeolian bells







pag

Agogo







pan

Anvil







pad

Arabian drum
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