Three for the show?

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TRIO.

Last seen on: –NY Times Crossword 27 May 21, Thursday
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In music, a trio (from the Italian) is 1) a composition for three performers or three musical parts, 2) in larger works the middle section of a ternary form, which was in history often a trio composition instruments, and 3) an ensemble of three instruments or voices performing trio compositions.

A trio is a composition for three performers or musical parts. Works include Baroque trio sonatas, choral works for three parts, and works for three instruments such as string trios.

In the 17th and early 18th century, musical genre trio sonata two melodic instruments are accompanied by a basso continuo, making three parts in all. Because the basso continuo is usually played by two instruments (typically a cello or bass viol and a keyboard instrument such as the harpsichord), performances of trio sonatas typically involve more musicians. However there are also examples for a single performer such as Bach’s Organ Sonatas or Trios, BWV 525–30 for two hands and feet, and also for two perdormers, such as his Violin Sonatas, Viol Sonatas and Flute Sonata, in which the harpsichordist’s right hand performs a melodic part.

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