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The Bill Evans Trio (1959-1961) - Bill Evans
PIano Trio (piano, bass and drums)
Note-for-note piano, bass and drum transcriptions of eight great tunes performed by the formidable trio of Bill Evans, Scott LaFaro and Paul Motian. Titles are: Alice in Wonderland, Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes, How Deep Is the Ocean (How High Is the Sky), Nardis, Peri's Scope, Soarl, Waltz for Debb, When I Fall in Love. The Bill Evans Trio 2 (1962-1965) - Bill Evans
PIano Trio (Piano, Bass and Drums).
Straight-from-the-record transcriptions of eight more favorites as performed by these jazz all-stars: Come Rain or Come Shine * How My Heart Sings * Isn't It Romantic? * Israel * Re: Person I Knew * Show-Type Tune (Tune for a Lyric) * Stella by Starlight * 34 Skidoo To a Wild Rose - Edward MacDowell
From "Woodland Sketches" op. 51 / 1
Piano trio: Piano, violin and cello. Score and parts, easy level. The American composer and pianist Edward MacDowell (1860–1908) is rather unknown in Germany although he had his artistic roots there for he was trained as a pianist in Paris, Stuttgart, Wiesbaden and Frankfurt. After returning to his home country, he worked as a teacher while also being the director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.for eight years. During that time (1896), he wrote 'Woodland Sketches' Op. 51 which is among his best known compositions for piano, particularly the opening piece of these musical landscape paintings: 'To a wild rose', a simple, yet expressively harmonized melody full of grace and peace. Trio Tapestry Piano accompaniments - Joanne Martin
Trio Tapestry is an original collection of multi-level pieces by Joanne Martin with flexible scoring that can be played by any combination of violin, viola, and cello. Each trio has two easy parts and one part for a teacher or advanced student. Titles are: Rocking Hair Robot Rodeo Pizzicato Teasing Orientale Valse Parisienne Autumn Waltz Three-Legged March Berceuse Calypso Paint Rag Blue Waltz January Tango. Works for Piano Trio - Robert Schumann / Ernst Herttrich
Piano trio, fingering Klaus Schilde. Urtext edition.
Schumann began writing chamber music rather late on in his life. In 1842 he then wrote six substantial works, including his first piano trio, which he only published in 1850 under the title Four Fantasy Pieces op. 88. In the meantime he had already composed the Trios in d minor op. 63 (1847) and F major op. 80 (1847/49). When he was in Dusseldorf, in 1851, he wrote the g minor Trio op. 110. Together with the trios by Mendelssohn and Brahms, Schumann’s four compositions are the most important works for this genre written in the 19th century.
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