instrumentation

[ in-struh-men-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF instrumentation

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"Just your instrumentation," he explained to the appalled red-headed man.

The instrumentation is brilliant and the climax overwhelming.

It is not pianistic in instrumentation, and will appeal to violinists.

The instrumentation is ill-balanced, ineffective, thin and noisy.

This is true regarding the personality of every voice and instrumentation recorded.

This is true regarding personality of every voice and instrumentation recorded.

Italian composers, as a rule, pay little attention to instrumentation.

In the instrumentation, also, one finds evidences of the real Wagner.

The instrumentation was commenced with the opening of the following year.

In the part of Belmont, too, the instrumentation is modified to some extent.

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