The only way to organize sound recordings in a library is by the title.
The range of Dewey classification numbers allows for all
types of music.
When creating a Dewey number for a sound recording,
it is important to look at the notes in the Dewey classification book to determine the correct use of the numbers.
there are numbers for solo instruments and groups of instruments.
the classification number is just one part of the complete call number.
all of the above.
The author number should always be the last name of the author.
It is important to carefully create the call number for any item in the library because:
call numbers shouldn’t be too long.
call numbers are individual addresses for each item in the library.
call numbers need to fit on the labels on the item.
call numbers have to all be done the same way.