Week 8

This week I continued creating original OCLC records for works by David Ward-Steinman.  The majority of these scores are unpublished.   Because of this the 264 field, the publisher/production statement ends up looking something like this: San Diego : [publisher not identified], |c (1979?) .  That statement lists the location in which it the item was produced which Ward-Steinman has normally notated on his
scores.  The second part (producer not identified) is used when no producer/publisher was identified.  The date normally comes from  the year the Ward-Steinman wrote the piece according to the score.  It ends with a question mark because it is not certain that that date was when the actual score was created.   This can be seen in the following scores that I cataloged: Arcturus, Double concerto for violin, and Antares.

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