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Dickinson Classification

"The Dickinson classification is a library classification scheme used to catalogue and classify musical compositions. It was developed by George Sherman Dickinson (1886 - 1964), and is used by many music libraries, primarily those at University at Buffalo, Vassar, and Columbia Universities.
It is fully detailed by Carol June Bradley in The Dickinson classification : a cataloguing & classification manual for music; including a reprint of the George Sherman Dickinson Classification of Musical Compositions published by Carlisle Books (1968)."

Sibelius-Akatemian kirjojen luokitus

Konstuniversitetets bibliotek erbjuder undervisning i informationssökning och informationsanskaffning (informationsläskunnighet) för universitetets studerande och personal. Utöver undervisning erbjuds även individuell handledning som man kan boka hos informatikern vid det egna akademibiblioteket.

Bibliotekets kundtjänst ger handledning i användningen av biblioteket och i materialsökning. Man kan ställa frågor både till kundtjänstpersonalen och via e-­post, eller boka tid hos informatikern.

University libraries offer information search and information literacy teaching for their students and staff. In addition to study-related teaching, individual instruction is also available and can be booked from the information specialists of the academy libraries.

The library staff provides customer guidance for using the library and searching for material. You can ask for advice from the library’s customer service or by email. Detailed questions concerning information acquisition or thesis writing can be discussed in a private information specialist meeting.

Principes de Classement des Documents Musicaux

"Les principes de classement des documents musicaux, souvent abrégées en PCDM, sont un système de classification musicale développé dans les bibliothèques publiques en France depuis 1983, spécialement pour les collections de documents en lien avec la musique. Le schéma de cette classification correspond mieux aux préoccupations du public que la classification décimale de Dewey."

"The principles for classifying musical documents, often abbreviated to PCDM, are a musical classification system developed in public libraries in France since 1983, especially for collections of music-related documents. Public concern than Dewey's decimal classification. "

Suomalainen esityskokoonpanosanasto

"Suomalainen esityskokoonpanosanasto (SEKO) on yksikielinen musiikin esityskokoonpanot kattava sanasto. Sanasto on tarkoitettu käytettäväksi nuotti- ja av-aineiston sisältämien sävellysten esityskokoonpanojen täsmälliseen indeksointiin ja tiedonhakuun.

"The Finnish Presentation Composition (SEKO) is a single-language vocabulary covering music presentations. The vocabulary is intended for accurate indexing and retrieval of compositional compositions in the notes and avs.
The vocabulary is primarily intended for use in the presentation of a presentation set in the MARC 21 bibliographic records and authority records field 382 but may also be used in the artist's remarks (in MARC 21 bibliographic records field 511). The glossary is available in both the RDA description guidelines and the old Finnish inventory rules.

Music Vocabulary

"音楽作品、楽器、演奏情報を記述するためのボキャブラリ。Opera_Event(演奏)とOpera(作品)や、String_Quartette(作品)とStringQuartetEnsemble(団体)のように、日常語では両方の意味に使われるクラスの区別に注意。このバージョンでは、音楽作品、その表現(演奏、楽譜など)とイベント(演奏会)をより精密にモデリングするべく実験中。"

"A vocabulary, or music ontology, to describe classical music and performances. Classes (categories) for musical works, events, instruments and performers, as well as related properties are defined. Make sure to distinguish musical works (e.g. Opera) from performance events (Opera_Event), or works (String_Quartette) from performer (StringQuartetEnsemble in this vocab), whose natural language terms are used interchangeblly.

British Catalogue of Music Classification

"The British Catalogue of Music Classification (BCM Classification) is a faceted classification that was commissioned from E. J. Coates by the Council of the British National Bibliography to organize the content of the British Catalogue of Music. The published schedule (1960) was considerably expanded by Patrick Mills of the British Library up until its use was abandoned in 1998. Entries in the catalogue were organized by BCM classmark from the catalogue's inception in 1957 until 1982.

Klassifikation für Musikbibliotheken

"Die Klassifikation ermöglich das Verzeichnen von Musikalien (grafische Musikaufzeichnungen, Musikdrucke, Noten, akustische Musikaufzeichnungen, Musiktonträger, Dateien). Facetten der Klassifikation können unter anderem folgende sein: bei der Aufnahme genutzte Stimmen und Musikinstrumente in standardisierter Abkürzung, Gattung, Genre, Form, Stilrichtung, geografischer Bezug, Anlass, Zweck, sozialer Träger, außermusikalischer inhaltlicher Bezug, zeitlicher Bezug Erscheinungsform, Spieldauer, Musikfarbe, Popularität, technisches Format)."

"The classification makes it possible to record music (graphical music recordings, music prints, notes, acoustic music recordings, musical instruments, files). Facets of the classification may include the following: voices and musical instruments used in the recording in standardized abbreviation, genre, genre, form, stylistic direction, geographic reference, occasion, purpose, social carrier, Popularity, technical format)."

A Taxonomy of David Bowie’s Many Personas and Their Many Imitators

"It doesn’t take a rock expert to know that David Bowie’s musical influence has cast a large shadow ever since he broke out as a quasi-alien pop star with his 1972 classic The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars. But one could have never heard a note of Bowie’s music (including his new album) and still be wowed by the extent to which the man’s various guises have, as you can see here, inspired a multitude of artists. If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Bowie should be blushing."

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