instrumentate


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Verb1.instrumentate - write an instrumental score for
euphony, music - any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
compose, write - write music; "Beethoven composed nine symphonies"
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Dincolo de reflectarea in legislatie, ele au facut obiectul unor abordari teoretice ale specialistilor in drept public si au fost instrumentate politic si electoral prin invocarea in programele diverselor grupari si in proiecte de reforma administrativa.
Private piano studies with Adolf Mikes, professor at the conservatory (from 1926); Mikes advised him to make a career in music and so Kabelac decided not to continue in his technical studies and in 1928 he was accepted into the 2nd Year of composition at the State Conservatory of Music in Prague; his composition professor was Karel Boleslav Jirak and his professor of conducting was Pavel Dedecek; other teachers--particularly: Erwin Schulhoff (instrumentation--he strongly influenced his students with his requirement that the compose directly for a chosen set of instruments rather than instrumentate an acoustically neutral sketch), Jaroslav Ridky (instrumentation, after Schulhof), Alois Haba (counterpoint, he introduced his students to new composition techniques).

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