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d.c. al coda
a repeat sign that means to go back to the beginning and play to the coda sign, then play the coda.
lines written above or below the staff representing a continuation of the staff, used to indicate pitches above or below the staff
loure (portato) bowing
several notes are seperated by a SLUR by a very slight PAUSE in the bowing. This stroke is done without changing the direction of the bow
the ways in which a composition is shaped to create a meaningful musical experience for the listener.
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