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+Singleton tags, which should only appear once. If one of these tags
+appears more than once, its last appearance should be displayed if there
+is only room to display one instance of the tag.
+ If appropriate, an album name, e.g., `Days Of Future Passed' or
+ `Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 1-9'.
+ An alternative title e.g., `Choral' for the Beethoven's ninth or
+ `Njósnavélin' for the 4th song of the album `( )' by `Sigur Rós'.
+ For information to be displayed on systems with limited display
+ capabilities. It is not a replacement for the ENSEMBLE and PERFORMER
+ tags, but typically will summarize them e.g., `The Beach Boys'. May
+ not be appropriate for classical music (see ENSEMBLE and PERFORMER
+ Who publishes the disc the track came from.
+ Should be set to 1 if the album is a compilation.
+ If the album belongs to a particular collection, put its name there
+ e.g., `Les incontournables du Jazz'.
+ Who holds copyright to the track or disc the track is on.
+ If part of a multi-disc album, put the disc number here. If the disc
+ has a name, it should be set in VOLUME.
+ You can use any format you like, such as Roman numerals, regular
+ numbers, or whatever. The numbers such as Roman numerals, regular
+ numbers, or whatever. The numbers should be entered in such a way
+ that an alphabetical sort on this tag will correctly show the proper
+ ordering of all the oggs that contain the tag.
+ This number lets you order a CD over the phone from a record shop.
+ If disc is a remastered / reissue edition, put it there e.g.
+ `digitally remastered' or `limited'. Don't put any DATE information
+ There may be a barcode on the CD; it is most likely an EAN or UPN
+ (Universal Product Number).
+ The key signature of the track e.g., `E-flat major' or `D minor'. If
+ changes inside, for example, a movement, the "local key" may be
+ written inside the PART.
+ The record label or imprint on the disc e.g., `Mercury Records'.
+ Record labels often put the catalog number of the source media
+ somewhere on the packaging. Use this tag to record it.
+ The license, or URL for the license the track is under. For
+ instance, the Open Audio license.
+ Should be set to 1 if the track is a live performance.
+ The number of the work; e.g., `10', `BWV 81' or `KV 6'. Sould
+ finish by a number.
+ The recording media the track came from. e.g., `CD', `Cassette',
+ `Radio Broadcast', `LP', `CD Single', `Bootleg', `Hybrid SACD' or
+ `Enhanced CD'.
+ "The work", whether a symphony, or a pop song e.g., `Symphony No. 5'
+ or `Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds'.
+ The track number on the CD, e.g., `03'. Should be a number.
+ Make sure you don't put DATE or LOCATION information in this tag.
+ `live', `acoustic', `radio edit', `12 inch remix' or `featuring Ray
+ Charles' might be typical values of this tag.
+ If part of a multi-disc album, put the disc name here e.g.,
+ `Original album' or `Bonus disc'.
+ The person who encoded the Ogg file. May include contact
+ information such as email address and phone number.
+ Put the settings you used to encode the Ogg file here. This tag is
+ NOT expected to be stored or returned by CDDB type databases. It
+ includes information about the quality setting, bit rate, and
+ bitrate management settings used to encode the Ogg. It also is
+ used for information about which encoding software was used to do
+ the encoding.
+The remaining tags are multiples; if they are present more than once,
+all their occurances are considered significant.
+ Composer of the work e.g., `Gustav Mahler' or `Jimi Hendrix'.
+ The person who arranged the piece e.g., `Joseph Maurice Ravel'. Can
+ be set to `traditional' if appropriate.
+ The person who wrote the lyrics if differs to the composer e.g.,
+ `Gaetano Donizetti'.
+ For text that is spoken, or was originally meant to be spoken, the
+ author e.g., `John Ronald Reuel Tolkien'.
+ Conductor of the work; e.g., `Herbert von Karajan'. Choir directors
+ would also use this tag.
+ Individual performers singled out for mention with their instrument
+ e.g., `Yoyo Ma (cello)' or `David Gilmour (electric & acoustic
+ guitars, vocals)'.
+ The group performing the piece, when different from ARTIST. For
+ example, this would be the orchestra in classical works e.g.,
+ `London Symphony Orchestra'.
+ A division within a work; e.g., a movement of a symphony. Some
+ tracks contain several parts. Use a single PART tag for each part
+ contained in a track. e.g., `movement 2. Andante in F major' or
+ `a. Your Move'. Datas should be entered in a should be entered in
+ such a way that an alphabetical sort on this tag will correctly
+ show the proper ordering of the parts.
+ If the part has no name but but only an index, it can be put here.
+ Can be a range has well e.g., `1-9', and you can use any format you
+ like, such as Roman numerals, regular numbers, or whatever.
+ The numbers should be entered in such a way that an alphabetical sort
+ on this tag will correctly show the proper ordering of all the oggs
+ that contain the contain the piece of music.
+ Like the genre tag from the CDDB but without the limitations. You
+ can put any genre you want in this tag. If you think "Pink Floyd"
+ are a genre unto themselves, say so here. For crossover works, or
+ ambiguous works, use as many GENRE tags as you think it takes to
+ describe the styles used.
+ Date or date-time of relevance to the track. The date must be in
+ ISO 8601 format, but may be followed by a space character, then any
+ text you wish, including the same date in any other format. If there
+ is no detail e.g., `1968', it should be the the date of the original
+ release of the album.
+ DATE=2002-11-04/03-08-24 recorded
+ DATE=1969-11-27/28 recorded
+ DATE=1791-09-30 premièred
+ DATE=1811/12 composed
+ DATE=2003 reissued
+ DATE=1967 released
+ Location of recording e.g., `Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY'.
+ Additional comments of any nature e.g., `Bonus track'.
+The fields related to album information i.e., ALBUM, EDITION, PUBLISHER,
+ISRC, EAN/UPN, LABEL, LABELNO, SOURCEMEDIA, should be the same for every
+track in an album.
+  Ogg Vorbis Documentation
+  VorbisComment http://wiki.xiph.org/index.php/VorbisComment
+  Ogg Vorbis Comment Field Recommendations