Instrument may refer to:

  • Instrument (film), a documentary of the band Fugazi, directed by Jem Cohen
  • Instruments (application), a performance visualizer

Read more about Instrument:  Science and Technology, Music, Other

Other articles related to "instrument":

Instrument - Other
... Instrumental variable, a method used in statistics Financial instrument, a formal documentation of a financial transaction General Instrument, an electronics manufacturing company Legal instrument, a formal ...
Negotiable Instrument - In The United States - Negotiation and Endorsement
... can become parties to a negotiable instrument ... manner in which this is done is by placing one's signature on the instrument (“endorsement”) if the person who signs does so with the intention of obtaining payment of the ... Code, covered in UCC Article 3, Sections 204–206 An endorsement which purports to transfer the instrument to a specified person is a special endorsement – for example ...
... is a star chart analog computing instrument in the form of two adjustable disks that rotate on a common pivot ... It is an instrument to assist in learning how to recognize stars and constellations ... The astrolabe, an instrument that has its origins in the Hellenistic civilization, is a predecessor of the modern planisphere ...
Hummel (instrument) - History
... The instrument was common in the Netherlands, Northern Germany and Denmark during the 18th century ... The earliest evidence of the instrument in Swedish folk culture is from the 17th century, and it seems to have been most common in the southern parts of the country ... hummel was considered to be a primitive peasant instrument and its popularity dwindled, but some enthusiasts have taken up playing it again since the folk revival of the 1970s ...
Electronic Organ - History - Early Electric Organs (1897-1930s)
... Thaddeus Cahill's gargantuan and controversial instrument, the Telharmonium, which began piping music to New York City establishments over the telephone ... Hammond in his organ design, and the 200-ton instrument served as the world's first demonstration of electrically-produced music on a grand scale ...

Famous quotes containing the word instrument:

    Napoleon has not been conquered by men. He was greater than any of us. God punished him because he relied solely on his own intelligence until that incredible instrument was so strained that it broke.
    Jean Baptiste Bernadotte (1763–1844)

    The actor should not play a part. Like the Aeolian harps that used to be hung in the trees to be played only by the breeze, the actor should be an instrument played upon by the character he depicts.
    Alla Nazimova (1879–1945)

    A poet is a combination of an instrument and a human being in one person, with the former gradually taking over the latter. The sensation of this takeover is responsible for timbre; the realization of it, for destiny.
    Joseph Brodsky (b. 1940)