Table of contents for A manual for the performance library / Russ Girsberger.

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Contents
Acknowledgments	v
Introduction	vii
1	What is a Performance Librarian?	1
Education and Training for the Profession	000
Qualifications	000
Job Responsibilities	000
2	Acquisitions	000
Information Gathering	000
Selection	000
Purchasing Music	000
Renting Music	000
Performing Rights Organizations	000
3	Cataloging	000
Introduction	000
Catalog Access and Content	000
The Catalog Data	000
Cataloging Scores	000
Cataloging Procedures and Standards	000
Establishing a Standard Title	000
The Performance Record	000
4	Processing	000
Introduction	000
Score Order	000
Numbering Parts	000
Property Markings	000
Binding Music for Performance	000
Shelf Arrangement	000
Storage on the Shelf	000
Storage Materials	000
Shelving Units	000
5	Part Preparation	000
Size of the Page	000
Paper Weight and Color	000
Page Turns, Page Turns, Page Turns	000
Courtesy Aids	000
Bowings	000
String Section Divisi Markings	000
Other Musical Markings	000
6	Distribution	000
Arranging Music for Distribution	000
Preparing Music Folders	000
Lending and Circulating Music	000
7	Other Duties and Challenges	000
Audition Lists and Excerpts	000
Concert Programs	000
Care And Preservation of the Library Holdings	000
Communication	000
Appendix-Forms, Categories, and Supplies	000
Glossary	000
Bibliography	000
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Music librarianship.