What is duo?

  • (noun): A pair who associate with one another.
    Synonyms: couple, twosome, duet
    See also — Additional definitions below

Duo

Duo (Latin for "two") can refer to:

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Mientka Duo
... The Mientka Duo is a musical act, consisting of husband and wife Tyme (pronounced Tim), a cellist and Kathryn Mientka, a pianist ... The duo began in the 1990s performing classical, Celtic, Broadway standards, Spanish music and American music, to audiences in Germany, France, Italy ... In 1995, The Mientka Duo, also known as Nova Mientka, was the subject of an Emmy-award nominated documentary on PBS ...
Day By Day (Fly To The Sky Album) - Musical Career - 1999-2001: Debut and The Early Years
... The duo was formed in late 1998 by SM Entertainment ... Soon after, the duo released their debut album Day by Day on December 9, 1999, and made their first official television appearance two days later ... The duo acquired status as the next-generation stars as they won Best New Artist award in 2000 ...
Chad & Jeremy - Career
... The duo's first single, 1964's "Yesterday's Gone", for the Ember Records label, which was arranged by John Barry, was their only UK hit ... In February 1966, the British music magazine, NME, reported that the duo had applied for US citizenship ... The duo also made several television guest appearances ...
Duo - Other
... Duo, West Virginia Duo, a cocktail comprising a base spirit and a liqueur Duo Airways, a defunct UK airline Duo Interpretation, a speaking event ...
Domino Dancing - Song
... The duo had achieved three number ones in 1987–1988 and "Domino Dancing" was expected to continue this success ... But the public reception to the duo's new Latin sound proved disappointing ... the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #18, and was the duo's sixth and, to date, last Top 20 pop hit in the USA ...

More definitions of "duo":

  • (noun): A musical composition for two performers.
    Synonyms: duet, duette
  • (noun): Two performers or singers who perform together.
    Synonyms: duet, duette