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Re: [ARSCLIST] Looking for form/genre term

Thanks for the suggestions. They are on the mark but I am still seeking one
that is contained in one of the MARC-sanctioned thesauri (see
http://www.loc.gov/marc/relators/relasour.html#rela655b). I know this is
fairly arcane cataloging lingo and the NARAS .doc (I am a member of NARAS
myself and am embarrassed that I didn't think of them as a resource) is
good as far as it goes, though it seems to me that it stops far short of
providing a comprehensive glossary of current recording industry terms.

Thanks again,

Peter Hirsch

<Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2004 11:01:33 -0500
<From: seva <seva@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
<Subject: Re: Looking for form/genre term
<"track sheets and session notes" usually encompass any written docs with
<recordings... whether from the producer, engineer, musician lists, etc.
<here is a link to current doc formatting (as developed by NARAS,
<Grammy.com, and the Producers & Engineers Wing). it is an in-depth
<document that includes all of what you've mentioned, and more, as it
<applies to recording of any media, but specifically including digital
<highly recommended.

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