The repeated notes are articulated in a detached manner. They are separated by being held less than their notated value, with silence in between, keeping the tempo the same as notated.
Notes that leap rather than follow a scalewise pattern are also played in a "detached" way. (The four eighth notes in the measure before follow a scalewise pattern and are played in a legato fashion.)
These notes, the largest note values in the piece, are played in a singing style.
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