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#beginquote# It is a breath mark. If you are playing an instrument that does not require you to use air, then you should phrase it as if you were singing it or playing on a wind instrument. I've seen them used in piano music to denote a breath like pause in sound to contribute to the phrasing (usually to accomodate text though). GOOOOOOROOOOOO #endquote#
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