The LC version of this record is level 7 (not E) and does not
include the same libraries in the 040 field nor the same error.
Apparently, an OCLC library has attempted to upgrade this record
as part of PCC/BIBCO by means of a tape load, and the process has failed
resulting in the error code, Level E.
It looks like RCE? Rice University? Perhaps someone from RICE
could correct the record in OCLC.
But this small problem raises the question of PCC upgrades to
LC level 7 records. Under regular OCLC guidelines, level 7 records
can be upgraded to level K or I by any participating library.
No effort is made to adjust the copy of the record in MUMS.
Should that same practice apply to PCC/BIBCO records?
Namely, can we upgrade to full or core level without notifying
Ann Della Porta said
> Since LC has used this record, please report the correction to the
> Music Team. Thanks.
> >>> Ralph Papakhian <[log in to unmask]> 02/24/98 04:57pm >>>
> Hi, This seems to be a faulty pcc record. What course of action
> should be taken? Can I just fix it or is the type of error that should be
> reported to CPSO in order to have the MUMS version redistributed?
> The delimiter a is missing in line 5, which seems to have cause the
> ELvl E (E System-identified error in tape-loaded record).
> Would this kind of record be arriving into OCLC from LC or from
> Please advise.
> --ralph p.
> # Type: c ELvl: E Srce: c Audn: Ctrl: Lang: lat
> BLvl: m Form: Comp: mo AccM: hi MRec: Ctry: fr
> Desc: a FMus: a LTxt: n DtSt: s Dates: 1996, # # 1
> 010 98-700292/M # # 2 040 NIC #c COO #d DLC #d RCE # # 3
> 028 22 CMBV 014 #b Editions du Centre de musique baroque de
> Versailles ## 4 041 1 lat #e latfreeng #h lat #g freeng # # 5 042
> ## pcc; lccopycat # # 6 050 00 M3 #b .D79 1992 ser. 3 #a M2021 #
> A. Ralph Papakhian, Indiana University Music Library
> Bloomington, IN 47405 812/855-2970 [log in to unmask] co-owner:
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