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Jasmine Flower (The) for C Trombone & Piano

Composer
Chinese folk (Jiangsu) song from the Qing dynasty Arranged by Keith Terrett
Arranger
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Instrumentation
Solo instrument + piano
Instrumental parts
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An arrangement of The Jasmine Flower for C Trombone & Piano.

TC parts are available on request.

Mo Li Hua (Chinese: 茉莉花; pinyin: Mòlìhuā; literally: "Jasmine Flower";[a]), is a popular Chinese folk song. The song dates to 18th century. In time, many regional variations were created, and the song gained popularity both in China and abroad.

It has been used during events such as 2004 Summer Olympics, 2008 Summer Olympics and 2010 Shanghai Expo opening ceremony, and controversially during the 2011 Chinese protests.

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