It follows LCRI A.4A1, “When the title begins with an introductory word used in apposition to the noun or noun phrase that follows it, capitalize both the introductory word and the word following.”



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Subject: [PCCLIST] Series authority record


I question whether the word “Inedits” in the series title below should be upper case. It does not appear to be a proper name, etc. The record is pre-RDA.


010  no2009057299

040  CSt-Mus ǂb eng ǂc CSt-Mus

130 0Collection Inédits (Liège, Belgium)

430 0Inédits (Liège, Belgium)

643  Liège, Belgique ǂb Musique en Wallonie

644  f ǂ5 CSt-Mus

645  t ǂ5 DPCC ǂ5 CSt-Mus

646  s ǂ5 CSt-Mus

670  Regis, J. Opera omnia [SR] 2008: ǂb label (Collection inédits)


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