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322   CREDITS NOTE (PROJECTED AND VIDEO MATERIAL
AND SOUND RECORDINGS)

Field Definition


This field contains the names of persons or organizations, other than cast, who participated in the artistic or technical production of the work.

Occurrence


Optional. Not repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


The term 'Credits' or its equivalent should not be entered since this can be created automatically when the note is output. When source formats do not make the same distinction between cast notes and credits notes as UNIMARC, this field should be used for both.

Related Fields


200 TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

If persons or organizations which participated in the artistic or technical production of the work are given in field 200 then a 322 field is not necessary (see note on 7   block below).

323 CAST NOTE (PROJECTED AND VIDEO MATERIAL AND SOUND RECORDINGS)

This field records details of performers, performing groups etc.

7-- RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK

Many cataloguing codes require that any access point for an item be justified in the notes if it is not present elsewhere in the description of the item. Field 322 may be used for such notes.


Examples


EX 1: 322 ##$aProducer, Ray Jewell; writer, Don Hall; narrator, Vic Perrin; music, Jack Meakin; editor, Rick Eisman.

EX 2: 322 ##$aRobert Gugholz, clarinette. Orchestre de la Suisse romande. Ernest Ansermet, directeur.

The source format has only one notes field for all participants. This field is used instead of the general notes field 300.



323   CAST NOTE (PROJECTED AND VIDEO MATERIAL
AND SOUND RECORDINGS)

Field Definition


This field records the names of featured players, performers, narrators, presenters etc. of projected and video material and the names of participants, performers or performing groups and the medium of performance for sound recordings.

Occurrence


Optional. Repeatable for each category of participant, performer, etc. (EX 4).

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on Field Contents


When source formats do not make the same distinction between cast notes and credits notes as UNIMARC, field 322 CREDITS NOTE should be used for both rather than field 300 GENERAL NOTE.

Related Fields


200 TITLE AND STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY

If persons or organizations performing are given in field 200 then a 323 field is not necessary (see note on 7   block below)

322 CREDITS NOTE (PROJECTED AND VIDEO MATERIAL AND SOUND RECORDINGS)

This field records details of persons or organizations other than cast or performers, performing groups etc.

7   RESPONSIBILITY BLOCK

Many cataloguing codes require that any access point for an item be justified in the notes if it is not present elsewhere in the description of the item. Field 323 may be used for such notes.


Examples


EX 1: 323 ##$aCast: Mary Pickford, Claire McDowell, Dorothy Bernard, Charles West

EX 2: 323 ##$aNarrators: Sian Phillips and Nigel Davenport

EX 3: 323 ##$aMarshall Moss, violin; Neil Roberts, harpsichord

EX 4: 323 ##$aNarrator: Salome Jens


323 ##$aCast: Daryl Hannah (Ayla), Pamela Reed (Iza), James Remar (Creb)

There are two 323 fields, one for each category of participant. The second note includes the name of the character played by each member of the cast.




324   ORIGINAL VERSION NOTE

Field Definition


This field contains a note indicating that the item in hand is a reproduction, e.g., facsimile or microform, by including a bibliographic reference to the original item(s). The record describes the reproduction.

Occurrence


Optional. Not repeatable.

Indicators


 Indicator 1:  blank (not defined)

 Indicator 2:  blank (not defined)


Subfields


$a Text of Note. Not repeatable.

Notes on field contents


This field is used when the policy of the cataloguing agency is to describe a reproduction as a reproduction in the 2-- block, with details of the original item from which it has been reproduced being given in the note. The note will usually include a word like facsimile, microform, etc., or its equivalent in other language. It is recommended that any reference to the original should be entered using ISBD punctuation (EX 1). If the source of the reproduction (holding institution, shelfmark) is known, it is strongly recommended that these details be included, especially for older (antiquarian) material.

Related fields


305 NOTES PERTAINING TO EDITION AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC HISTORY

Notes indicating the original of a facsimile should be entered in field 324 in preference to field 305.

307 NOTES PERTAINING TO PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

Notes that the item contains facsimiles should now be entered in field 307.

325 REPRODUCTION NOTE

Note giving details of the reproduction when the item is catalogued as if it were the original.

455 REPRODUCTION OF

This field contains a description of an original or a link to a record describing an original.

456 REPRODUCED AS

This field contains a description of a reproduction or a link to a record describing a reproduction.


Examples


EX 1: 324 ##$aFacsimile reprint of: 1797 ed. originally published as 'The complaint and the consolation, or, Night thoughts', London : Richard Edwards, 1797

EX 2: 324 ##$aMicroform reproduction of: Mithridates, or, Mr. Newmans essay on development its own confutation, London : W.J.Cleaver, 1846.

EX 3: 200 1#$a¹NSB¹Les ¹NSE¹écrivains français devant le cinéma$evisualité et problèmes d'écriture dans le roman français contemporain entre 1925 et 1966$fJeanne-Marie Clerc
210 ##$aParis$cBibliothèque Nationale$d1989$eParis$gBibliothèque Nationale, Centre de Sablé
215 ##$a33 microfiches$cargentique$d105 x 148 mm
324 ##$aEd. microfiche: [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1983

A microfiche reproduction (1989) by the Bibliothèque Nationale of an item previously issued, also in microfiche (1983), place and publisher unknown.

EX 4: 200 1#$aWilliam Shakespeare sonnets
210 ##$aLondon$cNoel Douglas$d1926
215 ##$a[84] p.$d23 cm
225 2#$aNoel Douglas replicas
324 ##$aFacsimile of: Shake-speare's sonnets. Neuer before imprinted. – At London : By G. Eld for T.T. and are to be solde by John Wright… , 1609. "Reproduced from the copy in the British Museum".


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