Examples of instrumentation in a Sentence
There was a problem with the airplane's instrumentation.
Recent Examples of instrumentation from the Web
The group’s instrumentation blends a classical string trio (violins, viola and cello) with elements of a bluegrass rhythm section (mandolin, guitar and banjo).
Pieces of the habitation module and instrumentation compartment fly by the windows, some of them striking the sides of our spacecraft.
That’s all in English but with influences of hip-hop and electronic music and arrangements of tabla with Indian instrumentation.
Most of the tapes are unmarked, but the majority of the rest appear to be instrumentation reels for Pioneer 10 and Pioneer 11, NASA’s fly-by missions to Jupiter and Saturn.
Instead of limiting himself to a DJ, and the usual spare hip-hop instrumentation, Chance employed a choral quartet, a trumpeter, and an all-purpose digital keyboardist.
But how does one define an art form so heavily based on improvisation and live instrumentation?
The Air Force would later say pilot navigational error was the likely cause, due to bad weather and instrumentation that was not nearly as sophisticated as today's technology.
The early folk shadings appear sporadically, with moments in which the layered instrumentation fades and makes Pecknold's vulnerability more explicit.
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First Known Use of instrumentation
INSTRUMENTATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of instrumentation for English Language Learners
: a way of writing or arranging music so that it can be performed in a particular style or by particular instruments
: a set of instruments
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