Sakura -Introduction, Theme and Variations on the Japanese folk song for solo guitar

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The "Sakura Variations" is a virtuoso concert piece for solo classical guitar that weaves a dreamlike tapestry in homage to the original Japanese melody, full of mystical evocations of spring, clouds, misty landscapes and serene meditative solitudes.

Based on the Japanese folk tune "Sakura", it means "Blooming Cherry Blossoms." Originally composed in the Edo period, its lyrics are translated as:

Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms, Blanketing the countryside, As far as you can see. Is it a mist, or clouds?. Come now, come, Let's look, at last!

(You are welcome to listen to the MP3 excerpt that conveys the subtle color of guitar sound that the music calls for.)


Score ID
88988
Composer
Year of composition
2007
Difficulty
Difficult (Grades 7+)
Duration
12 minutes
Instrumentation
Solo instrument (Acoustic Guitar [notation])
Genre
Classical music
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