Your tree probably has bacterial canker. The bark on your tree should have lesions on it that are oozing a yellow or amber colored gum. Often, the cherry tree leaves will drop prematurely, but some will turn brown and wilt. They might even stay attached to the tree over the winter.
Taking control over this disease is difficult. It would be best to remove the infected parts of your tree, and sterilizing your clippers with alcohol between each cut.
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