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  1. Hello, I'm having a bit of trouble with the structure of a Japanese folk song that I'm analyzing for my musical link investigation, I thought it would be the common structure of jo-ha-kyû which is what most traditional Japanese music would have. However I am having trouble finding the end or the beginning of each section or if it even is the structure I think it is. The piece I'm analyzing is "Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)" Performed by Toshiko Yonekawa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK51LblcEOw&safe=true I know it's not easy to analyze world music in depth but this piece of music really interests me and I have a lot of similarities with the other piece I'm analyzing. Thanks for your help
  2. Hello, I'm having a bit of trouble with the structure of a Japanese folk song that I'm analyzing, I thought it would be the common structure of jo-ha-kyû which is what most traditional Japanese music would have. However I am having trouble finding the end or the beginning of each section or if it even is the structure I think it is. The piece I'm analyzing is "Sakura (Cherry Blossoms)" Performed by Toshiko Yonekawa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AK51LblcEOw&safe=true Thank you for your help.