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Friday, February 22 • 12:30pm - 1:25pm
Malleable Metadata Models: Representation and Inclusion of Diverse Musical Content

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In the world of library cataloging and metadata, the theoretical models and content standards used in resource description must accommodate a diverse body of materials, not just in terms of format (books, scores, recordings, etc.) but also in terms of the very nature of the intellectual or artistic content. Classical instrumental works, collaborative works with textual content, improvisations, adaptations, arrangements, events, field recordings, birdsongs… Library collections include all of these and more, necessitating cataloging guidelines and metadata structures that are inclusive of such diverse materials and responsive to the diverse user needs that accompany them. This session, sponsored by the Cataloging and Metadata Committee, will feature talks about modeling audiovisual content in BIBFRAME; extending BIBFRAME with elements from the Performed Music Ontology (PMO); and, working within FRBR/LRM and RDA to ensure suitable treatment of all sorts of music in the catalog.


Caitlin Hunter

Head, Recorded Sound Section, Library of Congress
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Nancy Lorimer

Associate Director, Metadata Services, Stanford University
Nancy Lorimer is Associated Director of Metadata Services at Stanford University, where she oversees original metadata creation, data control, and e-resources, and participates in linked data projects and planning. She has been active in all the Linked Data for Production (LD4P) Projects... Read More →
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Tracey Snyder

Music Catalog and Instruction Librarian, Cornell University
Tracey Snyder is Music Catalog and Instruction Librarian at Cornell University’s Sidney Cox Library of Music and Dance, where she selects and catalogs music A/V materials and gives library instruction sessions for courses in the music department. She served as the Chair of the Music... Read More →

Friday February 22, 2019 12:30pm - 1:25pm CST
Grand Ballroom D
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