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Definitions

  1. A trio is a group of three people singing or playing together.
  2. A trio is a group of three identical or similar objects, or a grouping of three persons for a common purpose.
  3. Trio was a 1987 album featuring country and rock superstars Dolly Parton, Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.
  4. The trio was set up in tribute to The Tony Williams Lifetime trio led by Williams with Larry Young (organ) and John McLaughlin (guitar). (Web site)
  5. Trio is generally used in any of the following ways: Three musicians playing the same or different musical instrument.

Shrieking Shack

  1. Harry glimpses Voldemort's mind again, leading the trio to the Shrieking Shack. (Web site)

Sirius

  1. In PoA, Snape was beyond reasons when he met Sirius and Lupin and the trio in the shrieking Shack. (Web site)

Los Angeles

  1. In January of 1963, he got a call from Victor Feldman who asked if he would be interested in going to Los Angeles to play a steady gig with his trio. (Web site)

Part

  1. He is probably best known for his part in Ornette Coleman 's trio with David Izenzon in the 1960s. (Web site)
  2. In 1998, John was a part of the Roy Haynes Trio, along with Danilo Perez on piano.
  3. While playing with the Canadiens, he was part of a trio called the "Punch Line," which featured Elmer Lach and Maurice Richard.

Years

  1. When I played in a trio many years ago our piano player was realy into Oscar Peterson, he was a very talented player, but a bit eccentric.
  2. Judy Mowatt was one of the I-Threes, the vocal trio who served for years as Bob Marley's backup. (Web site)
  3. Buy used from: $3.08 Billy Taylor practically invented the piano trio and has been playing in this format for over 50 years (!). (Web site)

Seattle

  1. The trio performed at a special show in Seattle as part of a protest against the World Trade Organization.
  2. Autonomadic - Seattle based punk rock trio.

King Crimson

  1. For King Crimson he initially formed part of the "double trio", joining Bill Bruford on drums.

Touring

  1. After touring for a while as a trio, the band recruited Niedermeier's old bandmate, Caz the Clash, as a second guitarist.
  2. For the past decade the London Piano Trio have been touring, recording, and teaching across the globe to rave reviews. (Web site)
  3. In 1966 Riel was touring in Europe as a member of the Bill Evans Trio. (Web site)

Hendricks

  1. On Thursday at the Jazz Standard Mr. Hendricks introduced a new edition of the trio for a four-night engagement.

Lyrics

  1. Brouhaha A "wuss rock" trio from Rochester, NY. Their site offers show dates, biographies, pictures, lyrics, and song samples.
  2. Audioflood - Member profiles, photos and lyrics for the alternative rock trio. (Web site)
  3. Reynolds also admitted that the Kingston Trio even resorted to changing the lyrics of one of their biggest hits in order to avoid controversy. (Web site)

Concert

  1. For half a century, the trio has been held in high esteem for their performances, both in concert and in recordings.
  2. He also continued to perform in concert, both in solo appearances and as part of the Bel Canto Trio with George London and Frances Yeend.
  3. He heard me play with the AJQ on a concert in SF when we were opening for the Kingston Trio in April 1961. (Web site)

Concerts

  1. From 1982 to 1986 the Trio resumed performing with Andor Toth, Gabor Rejto and Adolph Baller for a few concerts mainly in the northern California bay area.
  2. Thanks to the hard work and determination of jazz fan and visionary Duncan McNeill the Trio was well received and the concerts were well attended. (Web site)

Friend

  1. Along with his older brother Dorsey Burnette and a friend named Paul Burlison, Johnny Burnette was a founding member of The Rock and Roll Trio. (Web site)
  2. Recently, Bendix, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Aviva Bobb and a friend have been performing as a string trio at local senior citizen centers. (Web site)

Friends

  1. In 1984, Tom briefly was a member of a trio (along with Bob Gibson and Anne Hills) known as the Best of Friends.
  2. One of the pure blood students, Draco Malfoy, has been a thorn in the side of the trio of friends from the first days at school.
  3. There he became friends, and formed a vocal trio, with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer.

Form

  1. The trio returned to Hogwarts to obtain the diadem, which is secured in the Room of Requirement when the room takes on the form of a vast storage facility. (Web site)
  2. In 1957 he teamed with Dave Lambert and Annie Ross to form the legendary vocal trio Lambert, Hendricks, and Ross.
  3. Tyler, who originally was a drummer, and Perry decided to form a power trio with bassist Tom Hamilton. (Web site)

Forming

  1. He switched to jazz after discovering Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and Miles Davis, releasing two solo jazz piano albums prior to forming The Trio. (Web site)
  2. When McGriff let him go, Earland switched to the organ permanently, forming a trio with Martino and drummer Bobby Durham.
  3. During two years of recuperation, he relocated to Hollywood, supporting himself by producing radio music and forming a new trio. (Web site)

Big Band

  1. Whether fronting a quintet, a big band, a trio, or an octet, Dave Holland is a bandleader and bassist extraordinaire who covers the full spectrum of jazz.
  2. As a bandleader, the gradual expansion from a trio to quintet to big band is also fascinating because Weston sounds more at home with each phase of his band.
  3. Peterson wrote pieces for piano, for trio, for quartet and for big band. (Web site)

Sound

  1. A keyboardist who can simultaneously play left hand bass, right hand chords and often sing, while using a drum machine, can sound like a trio. (Web site)
  2. While perfecting their sound, the trio would often play together on street corners in a Jamaican slum called Trenchtown.
  3. NIRVANA's famous MTV UNPLUGGED concert almost split the group up because the trio couldn't agree on noise levels and the sound they wanted. (Web site)

Nat

  1. Nat married a dancer Nadine Robinson, who was also with Shuffle Along, and moved to Los Angeles where he formed the Nat King Cole Trio. (Web site)

Works

  1. Other works on the program include the Sextet by Luigi Boccherini and the Trio for Oboe, Horn and Piano by Carl Reinecke.
  2. His other works include violin concerto, piano trio, string quartets, ballets, film music, and operas.
  3. Works for string trio, quintet, sextet or even octet follow essentially the same history as the string quartet but with different textures. (Web site)

Bach

  1. Bach wrote trio sonatas for the organ: right hand and left hand plus pedals. (Web site)
  2. A recording, entitled Take Bach, made by the trio along with the Pekinel sisters feature adaptations of Bach's concertos for two and three pianos.
  3. Bach wrote his Six Trio Sonatas to improve the pedal technique of his son Wilhelm Friedemann. (Web site)

Listening

  1. Reid grew up listening to folk recording by musicians like the Kingston Trio and Pete Seeger.
  2. CD, 2007 release from new power trio, these 3 young guys have been listening to a lot of Rory Gallagher and Stevie Ray Vaughan and it shows.

Songs

  1. Glazer also wrote books about music and composed songs recorded by Frank Sinatra, Perry Como and the Kingston Trio.
  2. Songs are typically for a solo singer, though they may also be in the form of a duet, trio, or composition involving more voices. (Web site)
  3. A live recording of this trio, Songs With Legs, was released on WATT in early 1995, at which time they again toured Europe. (Web site)

Ministry

  1. After a month of spying on the Ministry of Magic, the trio try to infiltrate it in order to retrieve the Horcrux from Dolores Umbridge. (Web site)
  2. The trio successfully infiltrate the Ministry of Magic and recover the locket, but Grimmauld Place is compromised during their escape, forcing them to flee.
  3. Harry is accosted by a Ministry of Magic official who accuses the trio of having conjured up the Dark Mark.

Goyle

  1. The trio reenter the Room of Requirement and are attacked by Malfoy, Crabbe and Goyle.
  2. The trio go to the Room of Requirement, but are confronted by Draco Malfoy, Crabbe, and Goyle.

Draco

  1. Are a trio of stories about Harry and Draco and their relationship with their friends and the Wizarding public.
  2. Draco has changed too, no longer a death eater, but The golden Trio still considers him an enemy.

Hermione

  1. Players can now assume the roles of student spell-casters Ron and Hermione too, and switch between the trio of friends depending on the situation you're in. (Web site)

Dumbledore

  1. It is revealed through Snape's memories that Phineas Nigellus had been aiding Snape and Dumbledore so that they could find the trio.
  2. The trio make a short detour to Godric's Hollow talk to Bathilda (something), a historian of magic who knew Dumbledore well when he was young. (Web site)

Guitarist

  1. Whereas Morphine is a trio without a guitarist, U.S. Saucer is a trio without a drummer. (Web site)
  2. Every Little Thing was originally a trio, but after 2000 became a duo with Kaori Mochida as the lead vocal singer and Ichiro Ito as the guitarist.

Fourth Member

  1. In addition to their core trio, the band often includes a fourth member, usually a keyboardist or guitarist.

Name

  1. The group later changed its name to "Julito Rodriguez and his Trio".
  2. The other three members of the seminal hard rock band stayed together, planning to continue as a trio under the "Rage" name.
  3. Culture was the name of a trio of singers, but leader Joseph Hill eventually became Culture, just like Burning Spear.

Jamal

  1. Considering his trio "an orchestra", Mr. Jamal not only achieves a unified sound, but subtly inserts independent roles for the bass and drums. (Web site)
  2. Later in 1955, Jamal switched over to the Chess label's Argo subsidiary, where his trio cut the groundbreaking Chamber Music of New Jazz.
  3. The Ahmad Jamal trio played on it and featured Jamal on piano, Israel Crosby on bass, and Vernell Fournier on drums. (Web site)

Les Paul

  1. Les Paul, who will be 92 years old on June 9th, will play a complete set with his Trio at the event.
  2. Les Paul and his Trio gives a solid performance, one that would have any musicians in the audience nodding their head with approval.
  3. Born in Waukesha, Wisconsin, Les Paul became a professional musician as a teenager and was the leader of his own trio by the age of 21.

Organ

  1. Since 2003, Jack has been part of Trio Beyond with fellow musicians Larry Goldings (organ) and John Scofield (guitar). (Web site)
  2. And, with the exception of the Trio Sonata for organ, the other works are not even necessarily by Bach. (Web site)
  3. I'm planning a large number of CDs with organ and more CDs with the trio of solo bass, Harpsichord and electric bass on continuo. (Web site)

Mixed Bag

  1. Coming last in a trio of triumphant studio outings produced by Johnny Winter, it is also a mixed bag.

Cello

  1. He wrote no symphonies, no operas, no string quartets, and only one trio (piano, violin, and cello). (Web site)
  2. Pachelbels Canon in D arranged as a trio for Flute, Cello and Piano. (Web site)
  3. In addition, he wrote several songs set to Polish texts, and several pieces including a piano trio and a sonata for cello and piano. (Web site)

Unusual Combination

  1. He wrote a trio for the unusual combination of piano, violin and waldhorn (the predecessor of the French horn), opus 40.

Pianist Bill Evans

  1. He is best known for his recordings and live performances with the trio of pianist Bill Evans in the final years of Evans's career.

Wailers

  1. It was the first album to be released under the name "Bob Marley & the Wailers", even though the trio had been releasing singles for over five years. (Web site)
  2. He made his first record at the age of 19, and in 1965 formed the vocal trio, The Wailers, with Peter Tosh and Bunny Livingstone.
  3. The next day he left to join his mother in Wilmington, Delaware, USA returning to Jamaica in October 1966; the Wailers were now a vocal trio. (Web site)

Meteoric Rise

  1. Goodman continued his meteoric rise throughout the late 1930s with his big band, his trio and quartette, and a sextet. (Web site)

Paul Bley

  1. In the early sixties he organized a new trio with Paul Bley on piano and Steve Swallow on acoustic bass. (Web site)
  2. After leading his own trio, Paul Bley spent much of 1963 with Sonny Rollins' group.

John Mclaughlin

  1. And for the very briefest of time, John McLaughlin, Jaco Pastorius and Tony Williams formed a power trio to top all power trios. (Web site)

Di Meola

  1. Coryell was later replaced by Al Di Meola, and since 1981, the trio has recorded three albums under that line-up. (Web site)
  2. The Trio, again featuring McLaughlin along with de Lucía and Di Meola, reunited in 1996 for a second recording session and a world tour. (Web site)

Paul Motian

  1. Philly Joe Jones is on the quartet tracks; Paul Motian is the drummer for the trio set. (Web site)

Pianist

  1. The pianist was Bill Evans in a brilliant sideman appearance before he left Miles Davis and formed his own trio. (Web site)
  2. Benny often plays in Prague with pianist and composer, Emil Viklicky and his trio.
  3. The 1955 Berkshire Music Festival saw Menahem Pressler's debut as a chamber musician, where he appeared as pianist with the Beaux Arts Trio.

Brubeck

  1. A Brubeck "Trio" was soon formed: Jack Six on bass, and Alan Dawson on drums. (Web site)
  2. The octet was too radical to get much work, so Brubeck formed a trio with drummer Cal Tjader (who doubled on vibes) and bassist Ron Crotty.

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