Thanks. I am, but have been filing everything in folders recently. I'll add this (at the bottom) to my list of what we need MLA to do as special projects, though Mendelssohn surely isn't the only person to be caught up by preferred form of name per RDA.
>>> "J. Brad Young" <[log in to unmask]> 11/12/2008 11:23 AM >>>
Has anyone commented on the implications for music uniform titles of the
change in LCRI 22.1? An example is the AACR2-compatible name heading
Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Felix, $d 1809-1847 and the 554 related
name-title headings. Would a well-publicized cooperative project be
feasible both to identify and revise name authority records and to
report the necessary bibliographic file maintenance? The scope of the
revision required could become a deterrent to the establishment of a new
name-title authority record using a currently AACR2-compatible name heading.
Antony Robert David Franks wrote:
>LCRI 22.1 has been re-written to cover the matter.
>If one must use a compatible heading in formulating another heading (subordinate body, uniform title under a personal name, etc,) or is revising the compatible name authority record for other reasons (adding a 670, adding a reference, etc.) one must revise the heading to make it AACR2.
>Otherwise, if using a compatible heading in a bibliographic record, one may revise it to AACR2 or use it as is.
>Anthony R.D. Franks
>Head, Cooperative Programs Section
>Cooperative and Instructional Programs Division
>Library of Congress
>>>>"Horne, Carl Stanley" <[log in to unmask]> 11/11/2008 4:41 PM >>>
>I seem to remember a while back a shift in policy regarding already-established name headings that are coded as AACR2-compatible -- about changing them under certain circumstances. I cannot remember what the change was, however. Who has that clearly in mind, please?
>Slavic and Central Eurasian Cataloger
> & NACO/SACO Liaison
>Indiana University Library
>Bloomington, IN 47405
J. Bradford Young
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