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Trio Intro 26 Funky Swing Intro Minor key Here the chord progression with left hand starts

with Fm to a C7, and in the next two bars goes from Fm to Gb13 chord, which sets up the Fm of the song. The right hand simply plays notes from the Fm blues scale

Trio Intro 27 Modern Jazz Swing Intro Minor key In this intro the chord progression starts off with the II chord of Bbm, which is Cm7b5 while the right hand starts by playing the major 9. In the second bar we start with F13b9 and move down in minor thirds. In bar three we start with a drop 2 chord- this type of chord is called drop 2 because the 2nd note drops down an octave. The last bar ends with an F7b5.

Trio Intro 27 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key In intro 28, the left hand begins on the I chord played as a 7th chord, through to a G13b9. Meanwhile the right hand plays a bluesy melody with grace notes and blues notes.

this intro leads to a II chord.Trio Intro 29 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key Here we can simply vamp on the V chord. The progression ends on A7 with a bluesy run with the right hand. Trio Intro 33 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key This intro leads to a ii chord and starts with an F69 through to a D7. . Meanwhile the right hand plays a melody rhythmically in time with the left hand. Trio Intro 30 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key Here the bass player is playing quarter notes on the V to build suspense while the piano is playing a 4-note chord with semitones. Trio Intro 32 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key Here we start with an Ab as a 13 chord with the left hand while the right hand is playing a bluesy melody. Notice how the left hand plays a D7#9 and moves to a D7b9. Trio Intro 35 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key This intro is also designed to set up the II chord. Trio Intro 34 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key Again. Here we start on the I and move down chromatically while keeping the top note the same.in this case the entire intro is based on an Am9/D. Trio Intro 31 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key This intro begins on the V7#9 chord then uses block chords on bars 3 and 4. The left hand pedals on the V while the right hand plays a progression from F7b9sus4 to a G7b9b13. On bar 4 we set up the song with a rhythmic figure consisting of a quarter note and a half note.

.basically. Trio Intro 37 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key This intro also leads to a IV chord. There is a pedal on V for the first three bars and the left hand plays the voicings while the right hand is soloing. The progression starts on F#m7b5 through to a G7alt. The chord progression is C7#9 through to G7 with the left hand. leading to a Gm7/C. The right hand plays a musical pattern which is basically just a repeating phrase which is moved down the keyboard. Trio Intro 39 Swing Intro Major key In intro 39. which leads to a C. using different inversions in the second bar.in this case starting with Eb to E to F then down to E again while the right hand outlines the basic chord. using the standard I-VI-II-V. The progression in this example moves down in whole tones using 13th chords from Bb13 to F. Trio Intro 43 Jazz Style Intro Major key In this intro the left hand pedals on the V while the right hand plays a simple I-II-V progression.Trio Intro 36 Jazz Waltz Intro Major key This intro leads to the IV chord. the bass player plays a pedal V on the off beats on 2 and 4 while the left hand plays chords starting on the 9th and 3rd. Trio Intro 38 Intro Major key This is an intro meant for songs with bright tempos. The chords here are from CMaj7 through to a Gb13 9 #11. Trio Intro 41 Shout Style Intro Major key This is a "shout" style intro. this means that it starts out quite big and loud! We start this progression on the V chord with Eb13 moving up a semitone to E13 in the left hand while the right hand plays a bluesy part moving down the Ab blues scale. Trio Intro 40 Boppin' Style Intro Major key This intro is designed to be played quite quickly. while the right hand is playing notes from the C blues scale. Trio Intro 42 Fast Swing Style Intro Major key This intro is a simple chromatic starting with the V.

Ab13. This example ends at E7. The chord progression is Gm7-C7. and then plays single note lines in unison up to the V. Trio Intro 49 Jazz Style Intro Major key The progression in this example is played as block chords starting on the I. and then Bb13 again. which is quite common. This leads to the IV chord. This simple progression is I-IV-III-VI starting at GMaj7. This is followed by a I-IV-III-VI progression. ending on an octave. The left hand plays off-beats on the V while the right hand plays 6ths with chromatic notes leading into them.Trio Intro 44 Bebop Style Intro Major key This intro is just 4 bars of the V chord played with an Ab13#9. Trio Intro 51 Jazz Waltz Style Intro Major key This intro is based on a dominant 7 chord. and ending at B9b5. Trio Intro 50 Fast Bebop Style Intro Major key Here we start on BbMaj7 and move through to Bb7. Trio Intro 48 Style Intro Major key This is another intro that can be used to set up the II chord. Trio Intro 46 Jazz Style Intro Major key This is another intro that sets up to the II chord. At the end of bar 4 this we move down an augmented triad. or F. and then falls chromatically to the VI chord. . Trio Intro 45 Bebop Style Intro Major key This intro begins on a tritone of Dm9 and moves down chromatically until it gets to the II chord. repeating in bars 3 & 4 with an arpeggiated figure in the right hand. using the same rhythmic pattern repeated twice. which sets up the II chord nicely. Trio Intro 47 Bebop/Bluesy Style Intro Major key This intro starts with Bb13. Trio Intro 52 Jazz Waltz Style Intro Major key This is a modern sounding intro using modal chords played with 4ths in the left hand. The left hand pedals on the V while the right hand plays diads or triads ascending on the off beats. again leading you to the IV chord.

The song is set up in bar 4 when we go from an Ab13 down to a G7 altered. Trio Intro 57 Jazz Style Intro Minor key This intro uses voicings from the G whole tone scale over a G7 chord. Left hand voicings start at Dm69 while the right hand plays a motif that moves down the keyboard. Meanwhile the right hand can solo using notes from the blues scale. Trio Intro 59 Jazz Waltz Style Intro Minor key This type of intro is referred to as a "rhythm shot intro" or a "chordal shot intro". the progression goes from Am69 through to E7alt over a pedal V bass line. The right hand solos while left hand plays a continuing rhythm of two dotted quarter notes and a quarter note per bar. the left hand plays the chord progression from Gm6 through to D7 while the right hand plays a melodic line to set up the mood of the piece. The chord progression used is from C7 through to F13 while the right hand plays from C13 to F13. Trio Intro 58 Jazz Style Intro Minor key In this intro. Trio Intro 56 Fast Jazz Waltz Style Intro Minor key The chord progression being used by the left hand begins with an Fm69 and ends with a C7 altered voicing. In this case we can embellish the melody slightly with some grace notes. Trio Intro 61 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key This simple chord progression goes from C69 to Db69 and down again while the piano plays a melody two octaves apart in unison.the left hand voicings are in the key of G (G13 and F13) while the right hand plays solo lines on top of those voicings. Trio Intro 60 Jazz Style Intro Minor key In this example. Trio Intro 54 Jazz Waltz Style Intro Minor key Here the left hand plays chords starting on Am and ending on a E7b5b9 chord that is held for 2 beats. The right hand solos the melody throughout this intro Trio Intro 55 Fast Jazz Waltz Style Intro Minor key Another simple intro using two chords (the I and the V). .Trio Intro 53 Jazz Waltz Style Intro Major key This simple intro uses two chords only.

Trio Intro 63 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key Intro 63 uses two chords. The basic progression is from CMaj7 to Bb7 to A7sus4 to an A7. with the 3rd excluded from both chords. Trio Intro 68 Bossa Nova Style Intro Minor key This intro is an example of how to set up a bossa nova using a simple chord progression like Gm69 through to Ab13. and sets up the song in bar 4.Trio Intro 62 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key This intro uses a I-V-I-V chord progression which is commonly used to set up major key Bossas. On bar three the piano goes to a single line and ends on a chord on the setup bar. The left hand voicings are Em9. and back up to F to end on a Gb13 chord. The progression here starts with a G major scale run up to triplets over the C7 chord. the comping is being done by the guitar. In this case. and A13 (two beats per chord) and the right hand solos using notes from the tonic pentatonic scale with some grace notes added. but with different voicings and with different extensions. the piano is playing unison lines a few octaves apart. . The V in this case is a V11 chord or a V7sus4 + 9. which leaves the piano free to solo. and ends at A7 altered. and in bar 4 there is an arpeggiated series of notes moving downwards to indicate that the song is about to begin. Trio Intro 67 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key For this intro. so the right hand is playing three or four note chords. It uses dominant 7 chord the whole way through. The melody is played in octaves. While the guitar does most of the comping. goes to Em7b5. playing the upper extensions of the chords. and then to a long run down over the B half-diminished to an E7 outlining the b9. Throughout the intro the right hand is playing in a block chord fashion. the progression starts at F and goes down to Eb. Trio Intro 69 Bossa Nova Style Intro Minor key The chord progression begins at Dm. Trio Intro 66 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key This is another intro that sets up the II chord. two octaves apart using grace notes. the piano plays some melodic improvisation like unison lines. Trio Intro 65 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key This intro is a great example of how to set up a Bossa Nova tune in a major key. Trio Intro 70 Samba Style Intro Major key In the key of F. AbMaj9 and GbMaj9. Trio Intro 64 Bossa Nova Style Intro Major key This example uses a simple II-V progression to set up song. while the left hand doubles the melody note. Piano is playing block chord. The piano plays in unison to add chord colours.

The chord progression is Bb69. Trio Intro 75 Samba Style Intro Minor key This type of intro is used to set up a Samba or Salsa in a minor key. Trio Intro 77 Brazilian Samba Style Intro Minor key This intro is based on two chords for a Samba in a minor key. and the left hand adds a chord in the set up bar. and is fairly basic. In this example. It starts off with chord shots. then go on to play higher notes on the piano while holding down the damper pedal. The two chords in Am are Am11 and Am7 for a few bars. For the first few bars the piano plays in unison a few octaves apart. the piano goes down a semitone to Eb11. On bars three and four. which is the dominant seventh chord in this case Trio Intro 73 Samba Style Intro Major key This is another intro that leads to the II chord.particularly one that centers around the dominant seventh chord. which is essentially a BbMaj7 with a 9. When the Bb Lydian chord comes. a raised 11th (which is an E natural) and a G. We start with EMaj7. B69. the right hand is playing thirds and the left hand is playing voicings. then a run. and then a G11 chord again but higher up the keyboard.it works especially well to set up fast samba and Latin songs. On bars three and four. . On bar four there is a small rhythmic figure using the notes of the dominant to set up the beginning of the piece. Trio Intro 74 Samba Style Intro Major key This is yet another intro which is great for setting up a II chord. we move up the G7 to the b9 followed by two G augmented chords. using some grace notes leading to G. This intro can be used to set up a minor key samba. then up to Bb Lydian. where the VI (C7 in this case) sets up the II. and then a C7b9 with an arpeggio leading to the set up bar. Trio Intro 72 Latin Style Intro Major key This intro shows how to start a fast Latin song in the key of Ab using two chords. Trio Intro 76 Samba Style Intro Minor key The chord progression is in Fm in this intro. the piano is holding down the damper and picking some notes from the Bb Lydian scale and playing them in a rhythmic fashion.Trio Intro 71 Samba Style Intro Major key This intro is a great example of how to use chord shots and scale runs to set up a Samba in a major key. In this example. the piano is playing in thirds. The right hand moves up the dorian scale starting on the 11th and ends on a trill while holding down the damper pedal. the bass. This entire intro is centered around a dominant 7 chord. In the key of Cm you would play G7. in this case a G11. The progression would be I-IV-I-IV-I-IV-III-VI. In bars three and four. and then Ab13 to G7b13 with octaves on the Ab7 and G7 in the right hand. The example here starts with the minor I for two bars followed by Gm7b5 and C7b9 on bar four. to the Bb69 again. The right hand plays some small soloistic lines. the right hand and the left hand of the piano (playing in octaves) are all playing in unison.

Trio Intro 85 Ballad Style Intro Major key This example leads to the IV chord. while the right hand plays octaves with a parallel fifth in the middle. Cm9. the I and the V. and then to G7 augmented. then push into A9. Try using diminished chords as passing chords in the right hand. The chord progression starts at Eb (the root chord) to Eb7 which eventually leads to the IV. G7. Adim. to Fm9/Bb. to C11. while the left hand doubles the melody). In this case. and then down chromatically on bar 4 starting on Eb7 to end on the dominant 7th chord on beat 4. G7 then Em7b5 to A7. you can use this sequence of chords. and finally to Bb13b9.it begins on the II in the key of Ab. If you are in the key of Ab and the first chord in bar 1 of the song is a Db. This example uses shots with pushes in the left hand with the bass. there are octaves being used from the Bb blues scale. Dm7. with the first chord of the song being Gm7 or G9. If playing in the key of F. Trio Intro 79 Ballad Style Intro Major key This intro uses a progression in the key of F starting with C11. the left hand plays progressions from Dm7b5. A7b9. Trio Intro 83 Ballad Style Intro Major key This intro sets up a Jazz Ballad that begins on the II. which is the VI chord in this case. you will need a chord or series of chords to lead to that IV chord. that works out to CMaj7. Trio Intro 84 Ballad Style Intro Major key Occasionally there are ballads that start on the IV chord. The piano part is played as block chords (the right hand plays four note chords. While the right hand is soloing. F913#11. . while the right hand uses notes from the Ab major scale to improvise. then FMaj9. then push into the I. On bars three and four the progression starts with Em7b5 and moves down chromatically to Dm7. the left hand plays voicings. The right hand plays a fill up to the II-V that leads to the IV and ends on an A7 alt. You can play left hand voicings and add a few chords to set the mood of the song.Trio Intro 78 Ballad Style Intro Major key The chord progression in the key of C is I-VI-II-V and then III-VI-II-V. or upper extensions of the chords. leading to Fm9. Trio Intro 82 Ballad Style Intro Major key You can use this intro to set up a ballad that begins on the II. Trio Intro 81 Ballad Style Intro Major key This pretty intro uses chords in the key of Eb. Dm7 and G7. In the key of Ab. Trio Intro 80 Ballad Style Intro Major key This intro uses two chords per bar. The left hand plays 4 note chords. Start with Bb9. Db7 or Dbmin. On the II chord in bar two. The left hand plays the chords while the right hand plays bluesy soloistic lines.

On bar 4. the left hand plays C9 voicings for the first three bars. to Ab7. and while holding down the pedal continues up to play the F13 voicing. all descending. Then it moves through an interesting series of chords from Fm to Ab7sus. Ab7 for two beats and then G7 for two beats. Trio Intro 94 Boogaloo Style Intro Major key This intro is based on straight eighths. while the right hand plays some bluesy fills. playing thirds on the right hand. In the key of C. the progression goes from Dm to B half-diminished and then to Bb7 and finally A7 altered. Trio Intro 91 Ballad Style Intro Major key In the key of Bb. Db7. In Gm the progression is Gm7. and has a simple progression. the first three bars have a simple progression of I-IV (Dm. Eb7 then to D7. . F13. with a run down at the end of bar 4. Trio Intro 87 Ballad Style Intro Minor key This intro starts on the II using a G7 altered in this case. Trio Intro 89 Ballad Style Intro Minor key In the key of Dm. the left hand travels up to play a Cm9 voicing. The right hand is free to improvise in a bluesy fashion here. F7 or F13. In this case. and that repeats. while the right hand plays in a bluesy style. Gm). This leaves the right hand free to solo. Trio Intro 93 Ballad Style Intro Minor key This intro would be used to set up a ballad in 3/4 time. This run is played in E7 altered scale. In the key of F it is FMaj9 to C11. Trio Intro 88 Ballad Style Intro Minor key The progression is Am69 played with the left hand. The left hand begins playing a fifth. Em7b5 and A7 altered. Next the left hand plays the root of F. the progression is I-III-II-V. the dominant note is played as octaves. and while holding down the pedal. The chords are played on the left hand while the right hand solos. we move from F#7 altered to a Bm7b5. this 3/4 time intro uses a II-V (Cm9 to F13) and repeats. to C7sus.Trio Intro 86 Ballad Style Intro Minor key The progression in Cm is Cm69 for a bar. Trio Intro 90 Ballad Style Intro Major key This intro is in 3/4 time. the chords are Dm69. On bar 4. then again on the C7 with thirds. and then finally to C7 altered. repeated and ending on a C7 altered. Trio Intro 92 Ballad Style Intro Minor key In Dm.

Trio Intro 99 Dixieland Style Intro Major key The progression in the key of F is F. In the set up bar. C. At the very end it goes to a D7. then the Bb7 chord. and then Bb over F and finally F7. G7.Trio Intro 95 Boogaloo Style Intro Major key In the key of G.in this style the piano will often play more than one note. and 4 the piano plays single note lines with a rundown of the dominant triad to set up the start of the song. which is then repeated. Gm7 and C7. then the IV minor with the third in the bass. Bar 3 has a Db13 voicing that leads down to the C13 voicing. D7. The piano starts off by playing fairly big chords. Trio Intro 98 Dixieland Style Intro Major key In Bb the progression is Bb. Bb/Ab. which is in the key of Gm. The left hand plays the shell of A7 on all the chord note Trio Intro 97 Boogaloo Style Intro Minor key This funky intro in the key of G uses two chords only. The rhythms in bar 1 and bar 3 are identical. the left hand plays a stride style. Trio Intro 95 Boogaloo Style Intro Minor key The progression is Dm7 played in 4ths with the right hand. often octaves or thirds. and on bar 4 A7#9. The progression is Gm for 3 bars. Meanwhile the right hand is playing in a minor key. and then walks up chromatically from the II to the V to D7. we start with a D7#9 and end with a piano fill. then to the IV chord with the third on the bass. Trio Intro 101 Dixieland Style Intro Minor key In this intro. On bars 3. . the chord progression starts with G7and F7. then moving to the V chord to set up the song. On the D7 chord there is a blues scale fill that leads into the song.notice the tremolo in the right hand here.

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