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AVLT

Traditional & folk music

AVLW

‘World music’ & regional styles

AVLX

Electronic music




(See also: AVRS: “Electronic musical instruments”)

AVM

History of music

AVN

Composers & songwriters

AVP

Musicians, singers, bands & groups

AVQ

Musical scores, lyrics & libretti

AVQS

Songbooks




(Class here: songs for easy piano, guitar, etc)

AVR

Musical instruments

AVRG

Keyboard instruments

AVRJ

Percussion instruments

AVRL

String instruments

AVRL1

Guitar

AVRL2

Plucked instruments

AVRN

Wind instruments

AVRQ

Mechanical musical instruments

AVRS

Electronic musical instruments




(See also: AVLX: “Electronic music”)

AVS

Techniques of music / music tutorials




(Class here: learning an instrument)

AVSA

Singing: techniques

AVX

Music recording & reproduction




(See also: UDM: “Digital music: consumer / user guides”; TTA: “Acoustic & sound engineering”; KNT: “Media, entertainment, information & communication industries”)

C

Language & Linguistics

CB

Language: reference & general




(With CB* codes, assign also LANGUAGE Qualifier(s), as appropriate)

CBD

Dictionaries

CBDX

Bilingual & multilingual dictionaries

CBF

Thesauri

CBG

Usage & grammar guides

CBP

Public speaking guides

CBV

Creative writing & creative writing guides

CBVS

Screenwriting techniques

CBW

Writing & editing guides




(Class here; general guides as well as journalist style guides, technical writing, etc)

CBX

Language: history & general works

CF

Linguistics




(With CF* codes, assign also LANGUAGE Qualifier(s) as appropriate; reserve CF* codes for use with academic & specialist works only)

CFA

Philosophy of language




(See also: GTD: “Semiotics / semiology”)

CFB

Sociolinguistics

CFC

Literacy




(See also: JNF: “Educational strategies & policy”; VSL: “Adult literacy guides & handbooks”)

CFD

Psycholinguistics

CFDC

Language acquisition

CFDM

Bilingualism & multilingualism

CFF

Historical & comparative linguistics




(Class here: etymology, language family studies)




(See also: CBX: “Language: history & general works”)

CFFD

Dialect, slang & jargon




(See also: WHL: “Slang & dialect humour”)

CFG

Semantics, discourse analysis, stylistics




(Class here: pragmatics, lexicology, rhetoric)

CFH

Phonetics, phonology

CFK

Grammar, syntax & morphology

CFL

Palaeography (study & history of writing)




(See also: NHAP: “Historical research: source documents”)

CFLA

Writing systems, alphabets

CFM

Lexicography

CFP

Translation & interpretation




(Class here: hermeneutics)

CFX

Computational linguistics

CFZ

Sign languages, Braille & other linguistic communication

CJ

Language teaching & learning




(Use CJ* codes for all material for teaching or learning a second language for adults, including ELT material; assign also LANGUAGE & EDUCATIONAL PURPOSE Qualifier(s) as appropriate)

CJA

Language teaching theory & methods

CJB

Language teaching & learning material & coursework

CJBG

Language learning: grammar, vocabulary & pronunciation

CJBR

Language readers

CJBT

Language self-study texts




(See also: WTK: “Language phrasebooks”)

CJC

Language learning: specific skills

CJCK

Language learning: speaking skills

CJCL

Language learning: listening skills

CJCR

Language learning: reading skills

CJCW

Language learning: writing skills

CJP

Language learning for specific purposes

CJPD

Language learning for business

CJPG

Language learning for technical & scientific purposes

D

Biography, Literature & Literary Studies

DB

Classical texts




(Use for all texts in any ancient or classical language, ideally with other D* code indicating literary form)

DC

Poetry




(With DC* codes, assign STYLE Qualifier where appropriate)

DCA

Classic & pre-20th century poetry

DCC

Modern & contemporary poetry (c 1900 onwards)

DCF

Poetry by individual poets

DCQ

Poetry anthologies (various poets)




(See also: DNT: “Anthologies: general”)

DD

Plays, playscripts




(With DD* codes, assign STYLE Qualifier where appropriate)




(See also: ATFD: “Film scripts & screenplays”; ATJD: “Television scripts & screenplays”; ATLD: “Radio scripts”)

DDA

Classic & pre-20th century plays

DDC

Modern & contemporary plays (c 1900 onwards)

DN

Biography & non-fiction prose




(Note: with DN* codes, assign also a specific subject code where possible, eg SFH “Golf” with DNBS)

DNB

Biography: general

DNBA

Autobiography: general

DNBB

Biography: business & industry

DNBB1

Autobiography: business & industry

DNBF

Biography: arts & entertainment




(Class here: ‘celebrity biographies’)

DNBF1

Autobiography: arts & entertainment




(Class here: ‘celebrity autobiographies’)

DNBH

Biography: historical, political & military

DNBH1

Autobiography: historical, political & military

DNBL

Biography: literary

DNBL1

Autobiography: literary

DNBR

Biography: royalty

DNBR1

Autobiography: royalty

DNBS

Biography: sport

DNBS1

Autobiography: sport

DNBT

Biography: science, technology & medicine

DNBT1

Autobiography: science, technology & medicine

DNBX

Biography: religious & spiritual

DNBX1

Autobiography: religious & spiritual

DNBZ

Collected biographies




(Use for biographies of several people in single volume; use after appropriate DNB* code indicating area where possible)




(See also: GBCB: “Dictionaries of biography (Who’s Who)”)

DNC

Memoirs




(Memoirs are typically less structured & less encompassing than entire autobiographies, & are often about part of a life (eg childhood, a politician’s time in office) rather than one’s whole life; use with an autobiography code from the DNB* sequence above to indicate area where possible)

DND

Diaries, letters & journals




(Use where diary or journal entries, or letters, are collected, rather than the work being written specifically as an autobiography. Use with an autobiography code from the DNB* sequence above to indicate area where possible)

DNG

Animal life stories




(Use for biographies of animals, such as performing animals, race-horses, rescue animals etc)

DNL

Literary essays




(Use only for essays, typically on various subjects, by notable writers; class essays on a subject, eg philosophy, economics, within the subject)

DNP

Reportage & collected journalism




(See also: WTL: “Travel writing” and following)

DNS

Speeches




(Use for collections of transcribed speeches ; use with other code indicating subject where possible)




(See also: QRVH: “Sermons”)

DNT

Anthologies: general




(Use for all anthologies except poetry anthologies; use with other code indicating subject or literary form where possible)




(See also: DCQ: “Poetry anthologies (various poets)”)

DNX

True stories: general




(Use DNX* codes for popular accounts of actual events written in a novelistic style)

DNXC

True crime

DNXH

True stories: discovery / historical / scientific

DNXM

True war & combat stories

DNXP

True stories of heroism, endurance & survival

DNXZ

Erotic confessions & true stories

DS

Literature: history & criticism




(With DS* codes, assign also STYLE & LANGUAGE Qualifier(s), as appropriate)

DSA

Literary theory

DSB

Literary studies: general

DSBB

Literary studies: ancient & classical

DSBC

Literary studies: c 1400 to c 1600

DSBD

Literary studies: c 1600 to c 1800

DSBF

Literary studies: c 1800 to c 1900

DSBH

Literary studies: c 1900 to c 2000

DSBH5

Literary studies: post-colonial literature

DSBJ

Literary studies: from c 2000

DSC

Literary studies: poetry & poets

DSG

Literary studies: plays & playwrights

DSK

Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers

DSR

Literary reference works

DSRC

Literary companions, book reviews & guides




(See also: FZ: “Fiction companions”; XR: “Graphic novel & comic books: guides & reviews” and following)

DSY

Children’s & teenage literature studies: general

DSYC

Children’s & teenage book reviews & guides

F

Fiction & Related items




(F* codes may be used with GEOGRAPHICAL and/or TIME PERIOD Qualifiers where these aspects are particularly pertinent & significant)

FB

Fiction: general & literary




(Use FB only for literary & non-genre fiction where date not known; prefer FBA or FBC as appropriate where possible)

FBA

Modern & contemporary fiction




(Class here: literary & non-genre fiction first published c 1945 onwards)

FBC

Classic fiction




(Class here: literary & non-genre fiction first published before c 1945; see also ‘classic’ headings for genre fiction below)

FD

Speculative fiction

FDB

Dystopian fiction




(Use for any fiction set in dysfunctional or degraded society; use with FL* or other F* codes as appropriate)

FDK

Alternative history fiction






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