In Directions in Music Cataloging, ten of the field’s top theoreticians and practitioners address the issues that are affecting the discovery and use of music in libraries today. Anyone who uses music in a library—be it a teacher, researcher, student, or casual amateur—relies on the work of music catalogers, and because these catalogers work with printed and recorded materials in a wide variety of formats, they have driven many innovations in providing access to library materials. As technology continues to transform the discovery and use of music, they are exploring ways to describe and provide access to music resources in a digital age. It is a time of flux in the field of music cataloging, and never has so much change come so quickly
Lisius, P., & Griscom, R. (2012). Directions in Music Cataloging. A-R Editions. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1743
Lisius, Peter, and Richard Griscom. 2012. “Directions in Music Cataloging”. A-R Editions. https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1743.
Lisius, P., and R. Griscom. Directions in Music Cataloging. A-R Editions, 1 Jan. 2012, https://oaks.kent.edu/node/1743.