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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: Philip Caron 
Date:   2018-01-28 07:42

What do the cresc & decr markings with little circles at the points mean?

What's the difference between a curved fermata and a squared one?

Some notes seem to have breath marks directly above them; the performer breathes before the notes, so I guess that's what those mean.

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