Signs showing different ways of playing a note

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> or ^

accents signs placed above or below the note meaning that it is to be played with more force than other notes in the same passage

-

a less strong accent placed above or below the note meaning that it is to be stressed but not as strongly as when morked as ^ or >

.), turned 90 to the left

pause, written above or below a note or rest, meaning that it is to be a little longer than usual

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