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allegro Neutral Format



Examples
Plain Book (+ MARC21 for comparison) Web Document of a meeting
Periodical Website
E-Journal (+ MARC21 for comparison) Periodical article
Music (CD containing a single piece) Curriculum program
Multi-part musical work
(2 examples for pieces on a CD, + MARC for comparison)
Authority record for subject heading
Dissertation Personal name authority record (+ MARC)
--> Sample database
Why a new Format?
Its purpose is not the replacement of existing formats, like MARC, where those are firmly established. However, new metadata projects sometimes have requirements for which MARC21 or other communications formats, what with all the historical baggage they carry, are felt to be inappropriate. MARC, in the real world of library data processing, serves many purposes with diverse requirements, some of which are very specific, some are obsolete. For new projects, this alternative was therefore developed with current trends in mind like FRBR, RDA and DC.

Principles and structure of this Format  (see also the list of field definitions)
Some of the remarks following relate to the allegro software package. The format was not, however, designed specifically for allegro but with general applicability in mind. Like MARC, relational database systems are suboptimal for its implementation - as they are for metadata management in general.
  • Tags have three characters and consist of digits and letters. [MARC, for reasons now obsolete, has only digits.]
  • There is no fixed order of data elements. [The order of field definitions in an allegro database configuration can be changed at any time without affecting the data already stored.]
  • For every field there is an English and German Brief name (containing no spaces).  The database software, however, uses nothing but the (language-independent) tags. This way, the brief names are not fixed, yet they may be used, e.g., as XML tags for data exchance. Preferred terms are the Dublin Core Names, for these may well be the most commonly known and most widely accepted data element names. Their semantics was discussed and agreed upon by several important communities.
  • Tagging contains no textual designators - to avoid language-dependence as well as the risks of aging and obsolescence of terms.
  • DC-Element Names are, nevertheless, the logical headlines of the main parts of the format. This enables a reduction of complexity (so-called "dumbing down") which may be a requirement in some applications. There are, however, numerous elements that, although not covered by D.C., will probably be needed in applications.
  • Like elements are handled in the same way [MARC, e.g., doesn't handle all titles in the same way]
  • Simple structure for the most frequently occurring cases and purposes. Who wants very simple and basic cataloging should not be bothered with detail that is necessary only for sophisticated applications. The following two characteristics derive from this:
  • There are no Indicators (different from MARC), i.e., no control codes making an additional statement about a field content. In MARC, most indicators are obsolete anyway since they relate to card formatting. Where there is a need to make an additional statement about a field content, the standard subfield $T is the option to use (see below).
  • Field contents in many cases need no subfields. Different from MARC formats, there is no mandatory $a for the main content of a field.
  • A field content is to be understood as suitable for indexing (Principle: access is more important than description). If a differing Transcribed form is required for display, it goes into the universal subfield $Y which can be part of every field.
  • Data elements that belong together (i.e., are not meaningful when separated) are not specified as two or more fields but rather subfields of one field. This way, easy and unambiguous repetition of fields is ensured. [This is something that had already been understood in MARC design, but see the remark on "standard subfields" below.]
  • However, subfields have been defined only where they really seem pragmatically useful. Well-established and unambiguous punctuation has in some cases been preferred and found sufficient, for example:  "Title : Addition"  oder  "Lastname, Firstname" instead of subfield codes for the second parts.
  • There are 13 Standard Subfields denoted by capital letters that may be used as part of any field. Besides $Y, for example, there's $Z, the field-specific note; this saves a long list of specific note fields that exist in MARC21 and that relate only to the content of (other) specific fields:
  •     $A FldAbbr       // Abbreviated form of the field content
        $D FldDate       // Date related to field content
        $I FldID         // IdNr for field content, i.e. authority record number
        $L FldLang       // Language of field content
        $N FldNum        // Numbering, if a number is significant part of field content
        $P FldPre        // Prefix : to be displayed in front of the field content
        $R FldRule       // Rule or standard the field content conforms to
        $S FldSpell      // different spelling of field content or parts thereof (for indexing)
        $T FldType       // if field content can be of different types
        $U FldURL        // URL or URN relating to field content
        $X FldNNote      // NonPublicNote: additional text, not to be displayed
        $Y FldText       // Text to be displayed instead of field content
    itself (e.g., transcribed text)
        $Z FldPNote      // PublicNote: additional text for public display
  • Letters used for fields and subfields have been chosen to be mnemonic (in English). The sequence of subfields within a field is of no significance. Subfields are not repeatable within one occurrence of a field, but see "field repetition".
  • No terminating punctuation is assumed to be entered in fields or subfields. Esp., a period at the end of a field or subfield text is entered only if it terminates an abbreviation. [MARC requires many field contents to be terminated by a period or other punctuation]
  • For field repetition (multiple fields) there are two techniques, none of which has a preferred status:
    • Repetition of the field tag, adding a digit or a letter at its end. (This way, it looks like a MARC indicator. Normally, there is one and only one space between field tag and contents. This space position is then used for the repetition code.)
    • Separation of multiple content within one field by the | character. This method may be the preferred one for simple and short data elements. The | may be replaced by a line break or a semicolon in data display functions. Each one of the multiple field contents may contain all the subfields that are defined for the field tag.
  • There are no fixed-length elements with position-dependent information, as for example in the "Leader" or in the 008 field of MARC. Application-specific definitions of field contents can, however, use such designs.
  • The Part=>Whole relationship is indicated by the use of identifiers (effectively, a part record points to its parent record, not the other way). Hierarchically structured records are another option. Multiple levels of hierarchy are structurally possible though not recommended.
  • Authority records share a common structure, they all use the same tags #n00 - #n98. This way, there are no field tags with two or more meanings (as in MARC).
  • Implementors may easily define their own Extensions : in all groups, the third digit 9 will remain available for local definitions, also the capital letters in the same position as well as the subfield codes B - H. This way, local extensions will always be easily recognizable.
  • No data typing as part of the format: every field content is to be considered variable-length text.
  • All fields are optional. Mandatory fields, as well as type checks, are left to local programming. (Experience has shown that the usefulness of general specifications like these is limited.)
Full compatibility with MARC should not be expected - for if this were required, then why not choose and use MARC itself? Reformatting of essential content, however, from and into MARC is easily done with allegro export and import parametrization. Much the same holds for DC export.

Remark: Indexing, in the allegro System, is the task of so-called Index Parameters, it is not a part of data definition but specified in a separate file. Implementers can therefore index the data in whichever way they find necessary or useful, without a need to restructure any data.

Layout
The format has 11 main groups, each starting with a x00 tag. 

   Group
Purpose
  #0 : Codes, Numbers, Identifiers,, Dates
  #1 : Titles
  #2 : Personal names
  #3 : Corporate names
  #4 : Relations, Context 
  #5 : Subjects, verbal
  #6 : Subjects, classes and codes
  #7 : Sources  
  #8 : Physical description
  #9 : Local data, copy information
  #9x : Application specifix data
  #n : Authority data
  Implementations can define additional fields
Identifying and typifying
Naming the object
Naming persons involved in the object's creation
Naming bodies involved
Referring to larger objects containing the one described
Indexing by verbal terms
Assigning the object to classes
From where or what does the object originate?
Describing physicsl properties
Describing the object's location, and how to get it
Serving housekeeping and related local tasks
Authority records for standardization of names, terms, classes etc.

The most important fields are the following, and the simplest implementations may probably need little more than these: (The 15 DC terms are in green)

#000 IdNumber (of the local system)
#020 Relation (typically: link to the higher unit)
#030 Object Type
#040 Date (of publication, production, ...)

#050 Language Code
#070 Electronic Identifier, normally URL

#080 Other Identifiers (e.g., ISBN, ISSN)
#100 Title

#200 Personal names (Creators, Contributors and others)
#300 Corporate names
#360 Publisher
#400 Relation (for example, a Series title)
#500 Subject term (verbal)
#560 Geographic coverage
#600 Class notation

#700 Source
#750 Event (e.g., Conference)
#800 Format
#810 Extent (e.g., pagination)
#860 Imprint (conventional, descriptive) and/or  #360 Publisher (authority form)
#870 Description
#8r0 Rights
#900 Call number
#9zx Record metadate (e.g., #9z0 Record type)

All fields are repeatable.

Examples
These sample records are shown in the Web display format first and the internal, tagged records underneath. (The display will typically not show the entire record content.) The subfield code is shown as (ASCII code 31)

1. A plain book

Display
   

CallNr:

2682-0167


Title:

Deutschland und die Französische Revolution : 1789 - 1806


 

hrsg. von Theo Stammen und Friedrich Eberle


Year:

1988


Ed.:

Stammen, Theo


Extent:

XXXII, 558 S. ; 23 cm


Impr.:

Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1988


Series:

Quellen zum politischen Denken der Deutschen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert ; 1 


GBV:

027577228


created/edited.

19891030


 Tagged record

  
 


Fields:



 

#000

899529

 

#040

1988

 

#050

de

 

#060

e-gx|e-fr

 

#08i

3-534-04836-9

 

#08d

881341304       Deutsche Bibliothek control number

 

#08l

89119847      LC control number = 010 in MARC

 

#100

Deutschland und die Französische Revolution : 1789 - 1806

 

#185

hrsg. von Theo Stammen und Friedrich Eberle

 

#21e

Stammen, Theo

 

#21e2

Eberle, Friedrich

 

#360

Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft▼pDarmstadt

 

#400

Quellen zum politischen Denken der Deutschen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert▼v1 

 

#500

Deutschland|Französische Revolution

 

#580

1789-1806

 

#60b

15.43|15.35

 

#60l

DD120.F8

 

#610

ge

 

#630

q6

 

#810

XXXII, 558 S. ; 23 cm

 

#860

Darmstadt : Wiss. Buchges., 1988

 

#880

Bibliogr.: p. XIII - XXXII

 

#900

2682-0167

Tag 

Ind


Leader

01271cam a2200325 a 450

008

890307s1988 gw b 001 0 ger c

043

$ae-gx---$ae-fr---

020


$a3534048369

010


$a89119847

05000$aDD120.F8$bD48 1988

082

00

$a303.48/243044/09033$220

245 

00

Deutschland und die Französische Revolution : 1789 - 1806 /$chrsg. von Theo Stammen und Friedrich Eberle

260$aDarmstadt :$bWiss. Buchgesellschaft,$c1988
300$aXXXII, 558 S. ; 23 cm

440

Quellen zum politischen Denken der Deutschen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert$v

510 

Bibliogr.: p. XIII - XXXII

651   0$aGermany$xForeign relations$zFrance$zSources.

700 

1

$aStammen, Theo.

700

1

$aEberle, Friedrich.

 

2. Journal
Display
    

Title:

Journal of the American Chemical Society


Exist.:

1.1879 -


ShortTitle:

JACS


 Abbr.Title:

J. Am. Chem. Soc ; J. Am. Chem. Soc. (USA) ; j.amer.chem.soc ; JACS ; J Am Chem S 


Responsible:

American Chemical Society_100008100


Impr.:

Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 1879-


ZDB:

31550


GBV:

129079413


created/edited.

20000907 / 20050309/15:14:51


Tagged record

Fields:
   
#08c JACSA;JACSAT

#08g 129079413

#08z 3155

#040 1879-

#100 Journal of the American Chemical Society▼AJACS

#11a J. Am. Chem. Soc ; J. Am. Chem. Soc. (USA) ; j.amer.chem.soc 

#300 American Chemical Society_100008100

#58e 1.1879 -

#60b 35.00

#610 ch

#61z 740

#860 Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 1879-


3. E-Journal

Display
    

Title:

Foreign affairs


 

publ. by the Council on Foreign Relations


Exist.:

Nachgewiesen 1974 -


Abk.Title:

Foreign Aff


Responsible:

Council on Foreign Relations


Impr.:

New York, NY [u.a.] : Council on Foreign Relations, 1974-


Internet:

 


Web:

http://www.foreignaffairs.org/


 

http://www.bibliothek.uni-regensburg.de/ezeit/?2050780&bibid=TUBSb2bib/1999


ZDB:

2050780X


GBV:

330730088


created/edited.

20051104


Tagged record

   

Tag:

 

#000

z330730088

 

#040

1922

 

#050

eng

 

#070

http://www.foreignaffairs.org/

 

#070r

http://www.bibliothek.uni-regensburg.de/ezeit/?2050780 

 

#08s

0015-7120

 

#08g

330730088

 

#08z

2050780X

 

#100

Foreign affairs

 

#11a

Foreign Aff

 

#185

publ. by the Council on Foreign Relations

 

#310

Council on Foreign Relations

 

#360

Council on Foreign Relations▼pNew York, NY

 

#58e

Nachgewiesen 1922 -

 

#60b

89.00

 

#610

pl

 

#61z

680

 

#860

New York, NY [u.a.] : Council on Foreign Relations, 1922-

 

#9zc

20051104▼ezb2bib

MARC (LC)

Tag





Leader

z330730088

008 

750824c19229999nyubr p ob 0 a0eng d

010 

$a24009921

022

0

$a0015-7120

030$aFRNAA3

130

0

$aForeign affairs (Council on Foreign Relations)

245

00

$aForeign affairs.

210

0

$aForeign aff.$b(N.Y.N.Y.)

260

$a[New York,$bCouncil on Foreign Relations]

650 

  0

$aInternational relations$vPeriodicals

650 

  0

$aWorld politics$y20th century$vPeriodicals

7102$aCouncil on Foreign Relations.
85641$uhttp://www.foreignaffairs.org/
85941$uhttp://www.foreignaffairs.org/backissues/



4a. Piece of music (CD containing one single piece, no listing of its parts in this case)

   

CallNr:

CSH 111


Title:

Die Winterreise


Opus:

D 911


recorded:

1980


Composer:

Schubert, Franz


Soloists:

Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich
Barenboim, Daniel [Klavier] 


Duration:

73:06


created/edited.

20060113/11:14:11

 Tagged record

   
 


Fields:



 

#000

b0077287

 

#030

T

 

#04p

1980

 

#100

`Die` Winterreise▼wD 911

 

#180

Liederzyklus nach Gedichten von Wilhelm MĂŒller

 

#20c

Schubert, Franz

 

#25s

Fischer-Dieskau, Dietrich|Barenboim, Daniel [Klavier] 

 

#81d

73:06

 

#900

CSH 111

 

#9zc

20060113/11:14:11


4b. Multi-part music piece (on a CD together with other pieces, with indication of movements)
Pieces on one CD are linked, in this case, via the common call number, CBC 62 i this case. Equally well, one might use field #020 to link subrecords to the  IdNr of the main record for the CD as such - in this case, no such record has been created! There is, in other words, the option of making no main record for the CD but only records for each piece - after all, it is these that users are looking for in most cases. Cataloging can restrict  itself to the essentials, the manifestations of expressions of works.


CallNr: CBC 62,1-10
   

Title:

Kantate "Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht" 


Opus:

BWV 211


recorded:

1975


Other Title:

Kaffee-Kantate


Composer:

Bach, Johann Sebastian


Soloists:

Schreier, Peter
Mathis, Edith


Orchester:

Kammerorchester Berlin


Duration:

28:46


Parts:

1: Recit. 0:46
2: Aria 3:21
3: Recit. 0:42
4: Aria 4:50
5: Recit.
1:12
6: Aria 3:06
7: Recit. 0:53
8: Aria 7:24
9: Recit. 0:47
10: Chor, Trio 5:45


created/edited.

20000824 / 20001126


 Tagged record

    


Fields:



 

#030

T


#04p
1975

 

#100

Kantate "Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht"▼wBWV 211

 

#110

Kaffee-Kantate

 

#20c

Bach, Johann Sebastian

 

#25s

Schreier, Peter|Mathis, Edith

 

#35e

Kammerorchester Berlin

 

#81d

28:46

 

#875

1: Recit. 0:46|2: Aria 3:21|3: Recit. 0:42|4: Aria 4:50|5: Recit. 1:12|6: Aria 3:06|7: Recit. 0:53|8: Aria 7:24|9: Recit. 0:47|10: Chor, Trio 5:45


#900
CBC 62,1-10

 

#9zc

20000824

 

#9ze

20001126



4c. CD with several pieces
There is no MARC-like contents note but separate records for each of the pieces, like in 4b. We have a "main record" for the CD as a whole. Then, the piece records are linked to this via the main record's IdNr. Two of the subrecords are depicted below, there can be as many of them as needed.

Main Record

cb 51
Titel: The best violin music [Sound recording]
Year: 1995
Extent: 1 CD
Impr.: Point Classics, 1993
Contains: Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich: Serenade in C major for string, op. 48: Finale, Tema russo
  Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Concerto for violin and orchestra no. 4 in D major,
K. 218: Allegro 
... [more parts]

HĂ€ndel, Georg Friedrich: Concerto grosso no. 5 in D  major, op. 6

Tagged record

  

Tags



#000 b08745

#030 T      [this means Sound recording]

#040 1995
#081268845

#100 `The` best violin music  

#360 Point Classics

#810 1 CD
#81d63 min., 34 sec.

#860 : Point Classics, 1995

#900 SDA 87252

#9zc 20060226/08:23:55

Tagged record for 1st piece

  

Fields:



#000
b08749

#020
b08745+1   This is the link to the main record

#030 T

#04p
1970

#100 Serenade in C major for string, op. 48: Finale, Tema russo

#120 Serenadeistring orchestra▼Nop. 48▼kC majorpFinale

#20c Tchaikovsky, Peter IlichI918273    
[918273 is the IdNr of the authority record for Tchaikovsky]
#25c Scholz, Alfred
#35eMĂŒnchner SymphonikerI765432 

#81d 30:04

#875 1: Andante non troppo, allegro moderato 9:18|2: Valse moderato 3:46|3: Elegie 9:13|4: Finale Tema russo 7:47

Tagged record for 2nd piece

  

Fields:



#000
b08749

#020
b08745+2   This is the link to the main record

#030 T

#04p
1974

#100 Concerto for violin and orchestra no. 4 in D major,  K. 218: Allegro

#120 Concertosiviolin, orchestra, ▼NK. 218▼kD majorpAllegro

#20c Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusI217845    
[217845 is the IdNr of the authority record for Mozart]
#25c Scholz, Alfred
#35eMozart Festival OrchestraI654321 

#81d 23:34

#875 Allegro 9:22|2: Adagio 7:08|3: Rondo andante gracioso 7:04

... and so on with the other pieces.

MARC21 (LC)

Tags Ind

Leader
03098cjm a22005891a 450
005 20051217081437.0
008
040312s1995 xx n d T
02802$a268845$bPoint Classics
050
00 $aSDA 87252
245
04 $aThe best violin music $h[sound recording].
260
$a[S.l.] : $bPoint Classics, $cc1995.
300 $a1 sound disc (63 min., 34 sec.) : $bdigital, stereo. ; $c4 3/4 in.
505
0 $aSerenade in C major for string, op. 48: Finale, Tema russo / Tchaikovsky -- Concerto for violin and orchestra no. 4 in D major,  K. 218: Allegro / Mozart -- Quartet in B major for strings, op. 1,  no. 1, La chasse: Presto / Haydn -- Concerto for violin and orchestra no. 2 in E mjor, BWV 1042 / Bach -- Romance for violin and orchestra no. 2 in F major, op. 50 / Beethoven -- Concerto grosso no. 5 in D  major, op. 6 / Händel.
511
0 $aMunich Symphony Orchestra, Alfred Scholz, conductor (1st work) ;  Dalibor Brazda, violin ; Mozart Festival Orchestra, Alfred Scholz,  conductor (2nd work) ; Caspar da Salo Quartet (3rd work) ;  Camerata Romana, Eugen Duvier, conductor (4th-6th works) ;  Ian Czerkow, violin ; Philharmonia Slavonica, Alberto Lizzio,  conductor (7th work) ; North German Philharmonic Orchestra,  Hans Zanotelli, conductor (8th-13th works).
500Compact disc
650  0$aString orchestra music.
650  0$aString quartets.
7001$aBrazda, Dalibor$dprf
7001$aCzerkov, Iwan$dprf
7001$aScholz, Alfred$dcnd
700
12 $aTchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, $d1840-1893. $tSerenade,$m
string orchestra, $nop. 48, $rC major. $pFinale.
70012$aMozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, $d1756-1791. $tConcertos,
$mviolin, orchestra, $nK. 218, $rD major $pAllegro.
70012...
700
12 $aHandel, George Frideric, $d1685-1759. $tConcerti grossi,
$Mviolins (2), violoncello, string orchestra, $nop. 6. $nNo. 5.
7102$aMĂŒnchner Symphoniker$dprf
7102$aMozart Festival Orchestra$dprf
7102$aNorddeutsche Philharmonie$dprf


The main problem with the MARC construct is that it yields false hits:
A search for "mozart string quartets" will find this, although there is no Mozart string quartet on the disk but one of Haydn's.
Likewise, if you search for items where Alfred Scholz conducts the North German Philharmonic Orchestra or where the MĂŒnchner Symphoniker play Handel.

In the "Neutral Format", false hits are not possible since every piece has its own record.

In an allegro database, instead of
#20c Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich
one may have an "express code" for a name, and enter it like this:
#20c _tc
For indexing and display, this code can be replaced by the form of name from the authority record, see example 11.

 Piece record for the 1st piece on the disk, display:

Title: Serenade in C major for string, op. 48: Finale, Tema russo
Key: C major
Opus: 48
Work: Serenade for string orchestra, op. 48, C major. Finale
Recorded: 1970
Composer: Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893
Cond.: Scholz, Alfred
Ensemble:MĂŒnchner Symphoniker
Duration: 30:04
Parts: 1: Andante non troppo, allegro moderato 9:18
2: Valse moderato 3:46
3: Elegie 9:13
4: Finale: Tema russo 7:47
Part of:The best violin music, 1995     [Link to main record]




5. Dissertation

   

CallNr:

4204-1014


Title:

Direkte Bestimmung flÀchenhafter Verteilungen ionosphÀrischer elektrodynamischer Parameter aus Bodenmessungen : Theorie und Anwendung in sphÀrischen Koordinaten


 

von Olaf Amm


Year:

1998


Author:

Amm, Olaf


Extent:

III, 140, A9 S. : Ill., graph. Darst


Impr.:

Braunschweig : UB, 1998


Diss.:

Braunschweig:1998


Internet:

 


Web:

Full Text


GBV:

243611889


created/edited.

20011115


 

    


Fields:



 

#000

243611889


#040

1998


#050

de


#060

e-gx


#070

http://www.biblio.tu-bs.de/ediss/data/19980428a/19980428a.html▼YFull Text


#08g

243611889


#100

Direkte Bestimmung flÀchenhafter Verteilungen ionosphÀrischer elektrodynamischer Parameter aus Bodenmessungen : Theorie und Anwendung in sphÀrischen Koordinaten


#185

von Olaf Amm


#200

Amm, Olaf


#360

UB▼pBraunschweig


#380

Braunschweig:1998


#610

agp


#630

ho


#810

III, 140, A9 S. : Ill., graph. Darst


#860

Braunschweig : UB, 1998


#900

4204-1014


#9zc

20011115▼1018


 

6. Web Document of a Conference

   

CallNr:

AR F 389


Title:

Virtual Cities : die Neuerfindung der Stadt im Zeitalter der globalen Vernetzung


 

hrsg. von Christa Maar ..


Year:

1997


Ed.:

Maar, Christa


Event:

Tagung Telepolis - Stadt am Netz. Luxembourg, 1995.11


Extent:

256 S. : Ill., graph. Darst


Impr.:

Basel [u.a.] : BirkhÀuser, 1997


Internet:

 


Web:

Table of Contents


GBV:

226354431


created/edited.

20000904


 

    


Fields:



 

#000

226354431

 

#030

E

 

#040

1997

 

#050

de

 

#060

e-sz

 

#070

http://www.gbv.de/du/services/agi/EEDDEF838EC007CCC1256D71004CBA01/000000703153▼YTable of Contents

 

#08i

3-7643-5620-0

 

#08d

949564451

 

#08g

226354431

 

#100

Virtual Cities : die Neuerfindung der Stadt im Zeitalter der globalen Vernetzung

 

#185

hrsg. von Christa Maar ..

 

#21e

Maar, Christa

 

#360

BirkhĂ€user▼pBasel

 

#500

Stadt| Informationsgesellschaft| Informationsgesellschaft| UrbanitÀt

 

#60b

53.71|74.72|54.87

 

#610

elg|ark|arf|cs

 

#630

ag|kn

 

#750

Tagung. Telepolis - Stadt am Netz. VilĂ©m Flusser Tagung▼pLuxemburg▼t1995.11

 

#7502

Tagung. Telepolis - Die Zukunft der Stadt im Zeichen der Cyberspace▼pMĂŒnchen▼t1995.10

 

#810

256 S. : Ill., graph. Darst

 

#860

Basel [u.a.] : BirkhÀuser, 1997

 

#880

BeitrĂ€ge basieren auf VortrĂ€gen, die auf zwei Telepolis-Tagungen Ende 1995 gehalten wurden 

 

#900

AR F 389 = 2755-0740

 

#9zc

20000904▼1036



7. Website
Websites may be cataloged very briefly if one wants to do it at all - given search functions available in the Web. The date of last visit may be recorded in #9zv.
 

     

Title:

OperaGlass


Internet:

 


URL:

http://opera.stanford.edu


Abstract:
Large collection of opera information: Libretti, sources, performance history, synopses, diskographies, 4400 composers, 24.000 Operas

created/edited.

/ 20050105/11:51:58


last visited
20050518/09:24:33

 

    


Fields:



 

#000

x01682

 

#070

http://opera.stanford.edu

 

#100

OperaGlass

 

#510

Oper

 

#610

mk

 

#630

120

 

#870

Large collection of opera information: Libretti, sources, performance history, synopses, diskographies, 4400 composers, 24.000 Operas

 

#9ze

20050105/11:51:58


#9zv 20050518/09:24:33


8. Periodical article


   
Title: Arbeitsplan fĂŒr die allegro-Entwicklung 1991/92 

Year: 1991

Author: Brandes, Dietmar

in: Bibliotheksdienst 25(1991)6, S.861-871

created/edited. / 20060122/20:55:27

   
Format:


#000 b0075343

#031 a

#040 1991

#100 Arbeitsplan fĂŒr die allegro-Entwicklung 1991/92

#200 Brandes, Dietmar

#410 Bibliotheksdienst▼v25▼y1991▼i6▼p861-871▼Iz0081 

#9ze 20060122/20:55:27

If the subfield $I is present in #410, the journal title may be extracted from the journal authority record (its IdNumber, in this case, being z0081). If there is no such record or the $I is missing, the journal title will be taken directly from the  #410 - in other words, the journal title may may be omitted in #410 if there's an authority record for it.


9. Curriculum program (Example for a very different "Object type")




Lehrveranstaltung
   
Title: Naturwissenschaftliches Kolloquium 

Year:: 2005

Lecturer: Looß, Maike

assisted by:
Höner, Kerstin; MĂŒller, Rainer


WS2005/06
Wed 18.30-20.00; Room PK 11.1

created/edited. 20051108

   

Fields:



#000 000075343

#030
El

#040
2005

#080 lv0918515

#100 Naturwissenschaftliches Kolloquium   

#200 Looß, Maike▼edoz

#210 Höner, Kerstin; MĂŒller, Rainer

#750
pPK 11.1tWS2005/06¶Wed 18.30-20.00

#9ze 20051108


10. Subject heading  record



Subject authority record
   
Amtl. Form:
Leistungsbeurteilung

Other forms: Beurteilung / Leistung ; Leistung / Beurteilung ; Leistungsbewertung <PĂ€dagogik> ;
Leistungsbewertung <Psychologie>

Rem.: aThes. PĂ€d., SWLbNur f. d. PĂ€dagogik u. Psychologie benutzen, sonst s. Leistungsbewertung (Arbeitswissenschaft) bzw. Leistungsmessung (unspezifisch)S6.2a

   

Fields:



#000 000132435

#610
pb

#n00
s4139370

#n10 s    [s = subject authority record]

#n30 Leistungsbeurteilung  

#n40 Beurteilung / Leistung ; Leistung / Beurteilung ; Leistungsbewertung <PĂ€dagogik>;
 Leistungsbewertung <Psychologie>

#n80 aThes. PĂ€d., SWLbNur f. d. PĂ€dagogik u. Psychologie benutzen, sonst s. Leistungsbewertung (Arbeitswissenschaft) bzw. Leistungsmessung (unspezifisch)S6.2a



11. Personal name authority record



Personal Name
   
Person:
Čajkovskij, PĂ«tr I. 
Dates:1840-1893

also: Tchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893    
Ciaikovsky, Piotr Ilic
Tschaikowsky, Peter Iljitch
Ciaikovski, Peter Ilic
...  [some 30 more]

Tagged record

   

Fields:



#000 000314253
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#n10
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#n20 tc    [allegro-specific express code for this record]

#n30 Čajkovskij, PĂ«tr I.
#n30ATchaikovsky, Peter Ilich, 1840-1893

#n40 Ciaikovsky, Piotr Ilic | Tschaikowsky, Peter Iljitch | Ciaikovski, Peter Ilic | Tjajkovskij, Peter | ... 

#n50 1840-1893
#n87DNB

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$aHis Erinnerungen, c1922: $bt.p. (Peter Tschaikowsky)
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$aHis Two orchestral suites [SR] c1981: $blabels (Peter I. Tchaikovsky) 
670$aToscanini, A. Toscanini alla Scala [SR] p1982: $blabel (Pjotr Iljitsch Tschajkowskij)  
... and many more



12. Multipart publication ("Two-volume work")


Title: Was können wir wissen?

Gerhard Vollmer
published 1985-1986
Author: Vollmer, Gerhard
Impr.: Stuttgart : Hirzel, 1985 = 1985-
GBV: 124883974
created/edited. 19890509
   
Vol.: Bd. 1
CallNr: 2250-5004
Title: Die Natur der Erkenntnis : BeitrĂ€ge zur evolutionĂ€ren Erkenntnistheorie 

Gerhard Vollmer. Mit einem Geleitw. von Konrad Lorenz
Ed.: 2., durchges. Aufl
published 1988
Author: Vollmer, Gerhard
Ed.: Lorenz, Konrad
Extent: XXV, 337 S. : graph. Darst ; 21 cm
Impr.: Stuttgart : Hirzel, 1988
GBV: 223184284
   
Vol.: Bd. 2
CallNr: 2650-9705
Title: Die Erkenntnis der Natur : BeitrÀge zur modernen Naturphilosophie

mit einem Geleitwort von Hans Sachsse
published 1986
Author: Vollmer, Gerhard
Ed.: Sachsse, Hans
Extent: XXII, 305 S. : Ill ; 21 cm
Impr.: Stuttgart : Hirzel, 1986 = 1986
GBV: 124884075
created/edited. 20020111



   

Fields: Main record of multipart publication
Subrecords are linked to this one using the IdNr in  #000  


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#03a m           [means: multipart main rec]

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#050 ger

#060 e-gx
#60d121N19

#08d 860351890

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#200 Vollmer, Gerhard

#360 Hirzel▼pStuttgart

#500
EvolutionĂ€re Erkenntnistheorie  
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#610 na|ph

#810
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#860 Stuttgart : Hirzel, 1985-19886


MARC21
Subfield codes marked with $ and shown in red (internally, the
code used is ASCII 31)

   

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Fields:


  Linked subrecord for Vol. 1, the link is made in #020


#000 223184284
 
#020 124883974+1.1988=Bd. 1

#03a v          [means: multipart volume rec]

#040 1985

#050 de

#060 e-gx

#08i 3-7776-0443-7

#08d 880205954

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#200 Vollmer, Gerhard

#210 Lorenz, Konrad

#360 Hirzel▼pStuttgart

#60b 08.31

#610 ph

#810 XXV, 337 S. : graph. Darst ; 21 cm

#860 Stuttgart : Hirzel, 1985

#900 2250-5004


    
Fields:
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#050 de

#060 e-gx

#08i 3-7776-0404-6

#08d 860351890

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#210 Sachsse, Hans

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#60b 08.32|08.46

#610 ph|na

#810 XXII, 305 S. : Ill ; 21 cm

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#900 2650-9705




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