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MusicAustralia is an online service developed by the National Library of Australia and the National Film and Sound Archive (a division of the Australian Film Commission) to facilitate access to music scores, sound recordings, websites and a range of other music-related material including books and theses, pictures and films, multimedia, kits and objects, and archival collections held by a large number of Australia's cultural institutions or described by specialist music services. The material may be about Australian music, or information created by an Australian about non-Australian music. MusicAustralia includes all formats, styles and genres, and both heritage and contemporary music as well as information about people and organisations. (MusicAustralia website)

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Works about this Work

Australia's Music : Online, in Time Robyn Holmes , Marie-Louise Ayres , 2005 single work criticism
— Appears in: National Library of Australia News , May vol. 15 no. 8 2005; (p. 3-7)
Case Studies in Implementing Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records [FRBR]: AustLit and MusicAustralia Marie-Louise Ayres , 2005 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Australian Library Journal , February vol. 54 no. 1 2005; (p. 43-54)
'AustLit: Australian Literature Gateway -- the world's first major FRBR implementation -- was developed as a co-operative service involving eight universities and the National Library of Australia in 2000-2001. This paper traces the reasons for adopting the FRBR information model, implementation experiences, and user responses to the service. The paper also considers the ways in which AustLit's nature as an academically oriented, value-adding service produced by a tightly knit group of contributors facilitated the adoption of the model, and how this might differ from a more standard bibliographic production and exchange economy. In particular, the paper raises issues about re-purposing existing MARC records for FRBR storage and display in the context of the MusicAustralia project.' (p.43)
Australia's Music : Online, in Time Robyn Holmes , Marie-Louise Ayres , 2005 single work criticism
— Appears in: National Library of Australia News , May vol. 15 no. 8 2005; (p. 3-7)
Case Studies in Implementing Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records [FRBR]: AustLit and MusicAustralia Marie-Louise Ayres , 2005 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Australian Library Journal , February vol. 54 no. 1 2005; (p. 43-54)
'AustLit: Australian Literature Gateway -- the world's first major FRBR implementation -- was developed as a co-operative service involving eight universities and the National Library of Australia in 2000-2001. This paper traces the reasons for adopting the FRBR information model, implementation experiences, and user responses to the service. The paper also considers the ways in which AustLit's nature as an academically oriented, value-adding service produced by a tightly knit group of contributors facilitated the adoption of the model, and how this might differ from a more standard bibliographic production and exchange economy. In particular, the paper raises issues about re-purposing existing MARC records for FRBR storage and display in the context of the MusicAustralia project.' (p.43)
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