Tag of the Month

Category: Tag of the Month Bibliographic Archives
Title: 730 Added Entry - Uniform Title (R)

The 730 tag contains a uniform title used as an 
added entry. This occurs when the work has changed 
through revisions, adaptations, editing, etc. and 
the access to the original work is still desired. 
The 730 tag uses the same first indicator and the 
same subfields as the 130 Main Entry - Uniform 

     100 1  _aLang, Joseph.
     245 12 _aA thousand and one nights /_cadapted 
                    and revised by Joseph Lang.
     730 0  _aArabian nights.

AACR2 covers uniform titles in chapter 21.  RDA chapter
6 provides guidelines on uniform titles.

Subfield n contains the number designation used in 
a title for sequencing. Subfield p contains the 
name designation used in further defining a title. 
Subfield l contains the language of the present 
work. Subfield h contains the medium qualifier used 
with the title. This is optional and not used with RDA.
Subfield k contains subheadings such as Manuscripts; 
Protocols, etc.; Selections. Subfield s 
contains the version, edition, etc. of the item. 
Subfield m contains instruments, ensemble for 
music. Subfield o contains abbreviation arr. if 
work is an arrangement. Subfield f contains the 
date of publication for the work. This will 
generally be the last subfield in the 
130 tag. 

The basic structure for the 130 and 730 tags is the


First   Nonfiling characters

   0-9 Number of non-filing characters present 
(However, according to AACR2, do not enter 
initial articles unless the article is an intricate 
part of the title.)

Second  Type of added entry

 blank Undefined 


     a Uniform title (NR) 

     n Number of part/section of a work (R) 

     p Name of part/section of a work (R) 

     l Language (NR) 

     h Medium (GMD) 

     k Form subheading (R) 

     s Version (NR) 

     m Medium of performance for music (R) 

     r Key for music (NR) 

     o Arranged statement for music (NR) 

     f Date of a work (NR) 


The field ends with a mark of punctuation 
(., !, ?, -) or a closing parenthesis.


     100 1  _aMontreson, Beni.
     245 10 _aI saw a ship a-sailing /
                _cadapted by Beni Montreson.
     730 0  _aMother Goose.

     245 00 _aLetters to Star trek /
                 _cedited by Susan Sackett.
     700 10 _aSackett, Susan.
     730 0  _aStar trek.

     100 1  _aDaly, Kathleen N.
     245 14 _aThe three bears /
                 _cadapted by Kathleen N. Daly.
     730 0  _aGoldilocks and the three bears.