Passing on a question:
Dear Music Expert,
1) Table of Contents in Music
If the client sends a few pieces of music, say two or more pieces, from different unrelated books or from different chapters in the same book, without a table of contents, and wants them in a single volume, are we supposed to make a table of contents? I ask this because in the NBA Bulletin Spring 2019, under the title DO-RE-MI – Preparing to Transcribe Choral Music, Step by Step, Kathleen Cantrell, the Committee Chair wrote: If a client sends me a few pieces at a time, I usually go ahead and organize them into a single volume with the full gamut of preliminary pages and <u>table of contents</u>. That’s what got me going because I thought we are not supposed to make a table of contents if it was not in print, according to the BF 2.10.2 General Provisions a. Include the table of contents when it is in print. However, making a table of contents, I think, would help the blind reader to track where pieces are located, especially in a big volume.
2) Title page
If the client sends a few pieces of music, say two or more, by different composers and arrangers from different unrelated books and wants them in a single volume, what would you put on the title page for the title, composer, arranger? Here is a sample of the title page we made for a local school. It had five pieces with different composers and arrangers from different books. This is because, other than the title pages based on exercise material in the Degarmo, there are no title page examples based on real transcription anywhere…maybe in the next bulletins?
COLLECTION OF SONGS
Further reproduction or distribution in
other than a specialized format is prohibited.
Transcribed in Music Braille 2019
By Cosmas Tembo and proofread by Martin Kuemerle
OPI/Grafton Braille Service Center
Method: Single-line and Bar-Over-Bar
In 1 Volume
Braille pages t1-t3 and 1-15