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 Re: The Four Enemies
Author: clarinetist04 
Date:   2018-01-29 11:09

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

They mean to start and end from nothing, from niente.

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

I've seen this before to indicate the desired length of a fermata, qualitatively (short - a triangular fermata, normal - a curved or standard fermata, long - a squared fermata). This is not a standard notation. Perhaps in the first couple of pages of the score, Mr. Elkana has indicated his notations, something commonly done in contemporary works of this type.

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