SUNY Fredonia uses the Library of Congress Classification System (LCC) to assign call numbers to most print materials--books, periodicals, and music scores.
The Library of Congress Classification System is divided into large subject areas which are called "classes." All classes--and subclasses--begin with one, two, or three letters followed by a number which represents more specific aspects of a subject.
This page shows you how to read a call number and lists call number ranges for dance materials.
Books on dance have call numbers starting with GV 1580 and ending with GV 1799:
|LC Call Numbers||Description|
|GV1588||Philosophy (and Theory)|
|GV1589||Study and Teaching|
|GV1590 → 1594||General Works|
|GV1595||Special Aspects of the Subject as a Whole|
|GV1597||Dancing as a Profession|
|GV1600||Dance Criticism, Appreciation|
|GV1645 → 1728||Dance History|
|GV1743||National Dances. Folk Dances & Dancing|
|GV1746 → 1771||Social Dancing. Ballroom Dancing|
|GV1781 → 1795||Theatrical Dancing|
|GV1796 → 1799||Special Dances|
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