We have instruments for many reasons. These include: .
To play .
As investments (e.g vintage guitars or something) .
Maybe to even look at! (there are some really awesome l…ooking instruments out there) .
As a shop owner you would have them to sell .
Well, the word is Instrumentation. And as you'll infer that's to do with instruments. With which you are already familiar in the family car. The speedometer, with its assoc…iated odometer and trip meter, the fuel gauge and engine temperature, and so on these are the commonest example of instrumentation. In the good old days , the petrol pumps had a pair of glass bottles on the top, one gallon each, and with a hand pump, the garage mechanic pumped one of the bottles full, and while it was emptying, he hand pumped the second one and so until your tank was full. Nowadays, you just connect the hose and press the handle in the nozzle, and the numbers just whizz around. Another example of instrumentation, giving quantity of fuel delivered, and the price you owe. (MORE)
An instrument tuned to the key of A. For example: If you play Concert C major, you will actually have to play at E major, to make it sound like C major. Vice versa, if you …play at C major, it will sound like Concert A major instead. (MORE)
It's a song that's just instruments, no singing. An instrumental is a non-classical piece of music that is played using only instruments, and no words or singers. It is often… played in doctors offices, dentist offices and elevators, because it has a very calming effect. (MORE)