People, people, where are you? Why no deluge of responses to last week's All-New Dewey Teaser? Surely you aren't too busy doing "real" work to worry about where to put books about phishing? Go on -- give it a try! (Psst. The "personal info" you have to fill in when posting a comment? Y'know, you can always make it up. We won't tell.)
Now, we know we're a bit late with this, but, hey -- we've been waiting a quarter of a millennium -- what difference does a day or four make? Friday was the 250th anniversary of the birth of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) in Salzburg, Austria, and recordings of his works have been monopolizing Dewey Manor's state-of-the-art, multi-room, hi-fidelity phonograph system for weeks. There's lots of Mozartian minutiae to devour over at NPR's site; meanwhile, biographies and general works of criticism of the body of Mozart's work should be classed at 780.92 Persons associated with music. Analyses of the works that Mozart composed in a specific form should be classed with that form. For example, a work of general criticism of Mozart's symphonies should go in 784.2184092, adding to the base number 784.2 Full orchestra notation 1 General principles, musical forms, instruments and then the numbers following 784.1 in 784.184 Symphonies (as instructed at 784–788), before adding —092 Persons from Table 1. The notation 092 shouldn't be used for criticism of an individual work by Mozart, however: see the instruction in the Manual note for "Composers" under 780.92 Musicians and composers.