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instrumentation in Music topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinstrumentationin‧stru‧men‧ta‧tion /ˌɪnstrəmenˈteɪʃən/ noun [uncountable]  1 APMthe way in which a piece of music is arranged to be played by several different instruments2 Tthe set of instruments used to help in controlling a machine aircraft instrumentation
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instrumentationHis final position before he left Harwell last year was director of process technology and instrumentation.Davis began incorporating funk, rock and electric instrumentation with a vengeance.The company produces electronic instrumentation systems.The change in instrumentation thus touched off an explosion of information.Besides, three-quarters of forensic scientific work doesn't require all this sophisticated instrumentation.Looks aren't everything, of course, and that homely exterior houses some hi-tech instrumentation.Another kind of KLEZmer group had the instrumentation of a small military or marching band.The rest of the instrumentation comprises trumpet, drums and percussion.B.. Regardless of what instrumentation you had, you still played these different kinds of songs.