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You could add the sound file as an attachment in .MOV or .WMA or .WAV (or any other format that you know they can open). Depending on their email client a play button and progress bar may appear for them to play it in the email but more likely they will have to open the attachment in a program such as Quicktime, Windows Media Player or VLC.
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