Violin 1 part from Sakura, Sakura

Arranged For String Orchestra

Japanese Traditional Orchestrated By Xiao Chunyuan
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Sakura or cherry blossom is an iconic flower in Japan and many songs have based from the flower itself including Sakura, Sakura which is the most popular of all.

This arrangement based on sakura ,sakura, is arranged for string orchestra has a theme and variation in it.

With two bars of short introduction by the cello, comes in the main theme by the 1st violin and the main's theme ends with the cello from bars 8-10. At bar 11, the violins and the viola join in harmony with the first violin having the melody but the ending of the main theme goes to the lower string again, but this time to the double bass. Rehearsal mark C is basically a bridge to let the variation to settle in smoothly. When the variation finishes, the main theme is resurfaced and the music ends beautifully.

Japanese Traditional Orchestrated By Xiao Chunyuan
3 minutes
Folk music

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