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-====== ​Music End Processing & Linking ======+====== ​MUSIC: ​End Processing & Linking ======
  
 Anyone doing Music End Processing must be able to read music! Anyone doing Music End Processing must be able to read music!
  
-===== Covers must have =====+===== Covers must have=====
  
   * Barcode on top left corner.   * Barcode on top left corner.
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 **Pocketbooks:​** **Pocketbooks:​**
-  * Parts bound in a separate pocketbook should have //Parts// on the spine label (i.e. from the description in the item record) to distinguish it from the score itself, which will be shelved next to it.  For example: //M875.L22 1918 Parts//+  * Parts bound in a separate pocketbook should have //Parts// on the spine label (i.e. from the description in the item record) to distinguish it from the score itself, which will be shelved next to it.  For example: //M875.L22 1918 Parts//.  (Do not include "​Parts"​ with each instrument, i.e. "Parts Violin I.")
  
 **Cloth covered parts: **  **Cloth covered parts: **
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   * When there are **groups of parts** in the same pocket for separate pieces within the score, make each group unique with as few words as possible. ​ For example, a score might have separate parts for each movement: //Scherzo in F, Gigue in A minor, Minuet in G.//  Label the parts as follows: //M452.N65 1931 Scherzo Cello, M452.N65 1931 Gigue Cello, M452.N65 1931 Minuet Cello.//   * When there are **groups of parts** in the same pocket for separate pieces within the score, make each group unique with as few words as possible. ​ For example, a score might have separate parts for each movement: //Scherzo in F, Gigue in A minor, Minuet in G.//  Label the parts as follows: //M452.N65 1931 Scherzo Cello, M452.N65 1931 Gigue Cello, M452.N65 1931 Minuet Cello.//
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 +  * If a part is for two interchangeable instruments,​ include only the first. ​ Label a "​Trombone/​Bassoon"​ part as "​Trombone." ​ A label has very limited space.
  
   * Sometimes a part is a duplicate of the score. ​ Call it Score.   * Sometimes a part is a duplicate of the score. ​ Call it Score.
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 **Price** **Price**
   * BEWARE! ​ If in the //3.General Information (2)// tab under //Price// there is an actual price, be sure that this price remains only in the main record. ​ As this field is duplicated every time a new item is created, its presence in numerous items will cause major bookkeeping problems. ​ To prevent this from happening, take the trouble to delete the price from the first new item.  The rest of the items will be “price-less.”   * BEWARE! ​ If in the //3.General Information (2)// tab under //Price// there is an actual price, be sure that this price remains only in the main record. ​ As this field is duplicated every time a new item is created, its presence in numerous items will cause major bookkeeping problems. ​ To prevent this from happening, take the trouble to delete the price from the first new item.  The rest of the items will be “price-less.”
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  --- //​[[mplipke@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Marcelle Lipke]]//  --- //​[[mplipke@library.umass.edu|Primary contact: Marcelle Lipke]]//
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