Archival Information Processing for Sound Recordings: The Design of a Database for the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound, Issue 21
A theoretical and practical discussion of the design and creation of a database for the Rodgers & Hammerstein Archives of Recorded Sound.
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The Archives and the Evolution of the Application
Overview of the Database
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allow applicable archival database Archival description archival material archival sound recordings AREV BIB file BIB record BIB Window BIBID bibliographic record Boston Symphony Orchestra Chesterfield radio program chives classmarks codes cographic collection record collection-level contains created Current Field Data Entry Window Database Structure described detailed disc discographic item discographic records displays Field MARC Equivalent finding aids Fixed field format ID field ID number identify Input Window ITEM file item record ITEM Window Jerome Kern KM KM Value KM Value Valid lection Leo Reisman MARC record MARC-AMC record needs original items phono preamp physical item playback pop-up preservation transfer Record Flowchart Recorded Sound relational database Rodgers & Hammerstein Run when user screen Showboat sound recordings collections sound recordings database stored Subroutine Symphony Orchestra concert Table Of Values tion track types Value Of KM Value Valid Values Values of Current Voice of America Xjenjqaj