Notated music:  Graphic, non-realized representations of musical works, both in printed and digitized manifestations.  It includes musical scores and/or parts, diagrammatic representations, tablature, instructions for chance compositions, pictures or paintings intended as musical compositions, square note notation, klavarskribo, chant notation, neumes, braille, and other ways of representing the four components of musical sound:  pitch, duration, timbre, and loudness.  Notated music is often the means for communicating to the performer(s) how the musical work notated therein is to be realized in sound.

Field 007 has no indicators or subfield codes; the data elements are positionally defined.  Field 007 for the category of material notated music currently has two character positions defined for it.

Validity by material type:  All character positions in 007 for notated music records are valid for all types.

Record requirements in National-level or Minimal-level records for 007 notated music:  Optional.  Requirements for the character positions vary.  See the specific character position description.

Character positions in 007 for notated music:

007/00:  Category of material

007/01:  Specific material designation

See:  Example of 007 field for notated music.

See also:

007  Physical Description Fixed Field