Instrumentation definitions

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Instrumentation is defined as the instruments used in a particular musical composition or in a mechanical apparatus.

When a musical piece calls for a piano, a drum and a horn, the piano, drum and horn are examples of the instrumentation.

All of the controls and levers used to fly an airplane are an example of the instrumentation.

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The application or use of instruments.
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Instrumentality.
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The study and practice of arranging music for instruments.
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The arrangement or orchestration resulting from such practice.
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A list of instruments used in an orchestration.
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The study, development, and manufacture of instruments, as for scientific or industrial use.
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Instruments for a specific purpose.
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The composition or arrangement of music for instruments; orchestration.
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The act of developing, using, or equipping with, instruments, esp. scientific instruments.
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The instruments used, as in a mechanical apparatus or in a particular musical score, band, etc.
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The act of using or adapting as an instrument; a series or combination of instruments; means; agency.
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The arrangement of a musical composition for performance by a number of different instruments; orchestration; instrumental composition; composition for an orchestra or military band.
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The act or manner of playing upon musical instruments; performance; as, his instrumentation is perfect.
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On a vehicle, dashboard gauges monitoring engine functions and performance, along with other essential functions.

The car’s instrumentation included fuel, temperature, voltimeter and oil pressure gauges, along with a speedometer and tachometer.

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