Traducción de instrumental en Español:


Pronunciación /ɪnstrʊˈmɛnt(ə)l//ˌɪnstrəˈmɛn(t)l/


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    (serving as a means)
    to be instrumental in sth jugar un papel decisivo en algo
    • he was instrumental in setting up the organization jugó un papel decisivo en la fundación de la organización
    • his mediation was instrumental in bringing the two sides together su mediación jugó un papel decisivo en lograr el acercamiento de ambas partes
    • Thirty four years later, in 2001, it was found dusty and forgotten in the loft of a house in Top Lane and was returned to the parish council chairman who was instrumental in reintroducing the competition.
    • A small investment in time could be instrumental in gaining positive outcomes.
    • You were elected to government in 1996 with a mandate to improve standards of behaviour in government and parliament, and have instead been instrumental in bringing about a sharp decline!
    • A few well chosen elements of directorial interpretation are instrumental in making this production more suited to and enjoyable for its audience.
    • Produce production can be instrumental in arresting the decline in the number of farms in some rural areas, as well as in providing an alternative to tobacco production.
    • A good planning process is instrumental in positioning an organization for success.
    • The government's ability to provide basic services reliably was instrumental in establishing government creditability.
    • Anne was instrumental in coordinating, with the assistance of the Barwon Group of the Country Women's Association, drought hampers that were dispersed amongst farmers in need.
    • Her major gratifications were seeing the many social services she was instrumental in initiating come to fruition, among them day care for senior citizens.
    • The motor is also instrumental in producing a rapid response rate in the hand without sacrificing pinch force.
    • Emily was instrumental in forming a branch of the Girls Friendly Society in Tullow and remained active in this society for many years helping to train young girls in their formative years in religion and crafts.
    • Nor did he allow himself to be deterred by the fact that it was these men who were instrumental in his success as a solo artist.
    • The strategy, which was instrumental in Microsoft's victory in the so-called browser wars, is being replayed in the digital media market.
    • Our thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs about other motorists' dangerous driving habits are instrumental in producing our emotional response.
    • The exhibition, which is well worth a visit, consists mainly of photographs and prints of ships that were built, their history and the people who were instrumental in Waterford shipbuilding.
    • They went to war together and both were instrumental in a victory that many consider a defining moment in Canadian hockey history.
    • Although several experienced hands, who were instrumental in that series victory are unavailable, a core of exciting young players is emerging.
    • He crossed for two of Australia's 13 tries in a 90-8 victory and was instrumental in many more.
    • All tenets are instrumental in producing issues that prepare war fighters and planners to be good decision makers.
    • He was instrumental in bringing in both Japanese and American taiko drum ensembles, as well as the 1997 and 1999 North American taiko conferences.
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    • If the score breaks no new ground for Glass, the fine brush strokes of instrumental color lend texture and atmosphere to every scene, especially in the first opera.
    • Events include set dancing, figure dancing, instrumental music, solo singing, recitation, ballad group and question time.
    • A dense libretto, by the composer, and an expressionistic musical style, which searches out new instrumental colors, make this opera a masterpiece.
    • The Vogler Quartet worked closely with local music groups, schools and educational institutions in the key areas of performance, musical education and instrumental tuition.
    • Both vocal and instrumental music, as well as dance, play a significant role in Azande culture.
    • The orchestra is no Vienna Philharmonic, but the musicians cope valiantly with the complex score and convey much of its instrumental color.
    • On a whole, the album offers a lot in terms of musical context and instrumental set-up.
    • Concerts of vocal and instrumental music were given regularly.
    • The real interest lies in Frank's uncanny use of contrasting instrumental colors to create a texture for the ear.
    • His style was mainstream with little evidence of experimentation, and yet there is variety and a particular use of instrumental colour throughout.
    • Even more critically, he has an acute sense of how the rigors of instrumental training can actually squelch innate musical creativity.
    • He has always been a prolific composer - 20 symphonies, an equal number of concertos, a vast array of orchestral, vocal and instrumental music.
    • Much of traditional Korean vocal and instrumental music employs a metrical rhythmic system based on a series of accompanying patterns known as jangdan.
    • Although his musical output was modest, his vocal and instrumental music speaks in a highly personal voice.
    • Here was Bach with new life, vibrant instrumental colors and bold drama - Bach for the 21st century!
    • By the 1960s, whites too had become avid fans of township jazz, which had sprouted into kwela's instrumental music and mbaqanga, a vocal jazz style.
    • The competition is open to those aged 16 to 24 and has categories for light and classical Hindustani and Carnatic vocal, instrumental and devotional music.
    • The instrumental color, finely crafted elegance, and glowing sweep of the music were exhilarating.
    • The blinding flashes of instrumental color were brilliantly evoked.
    • Competitions will take place in solo singing, recitation, question time, instrumental music, ballad group singing, novelty act, ceilidh dancing.
    • Ideally too, the instrumental colours need to bolder, less integrated into a homogeneous texture.
    • A rich, soulful, musical voice and a brilliant instrumental ability are just the start of it.
    • Music is universal and hence Hindustani, Carnatic and instrumental music, which has great value on the international arena, has to be promoted through fusion, she adds.
    • Both halves are packed with the duo's explosive instrumental music, and feature remarkably little in the way of stage banter or dialogue.
    • It is music without any rhetoric or goal, in which periods of time (increasingly lengthy as he got older) are filled with washes of instrumental colour.
    • The result is a fascinating array of delicate instrumental colours.
    • Musicians, singers, and related workers play musical instruments, sing, compose or arrange music, or conduct groups in instrumental or vocal performances.
    • There follow three chapters dealing with other sources grouped by genre: sacred music, theatre music and vocal, keyboard and instrumental music.
    • As well as musical skills such as improvisation, arranging, composition and instrumental studies, there will also be a business element to the course which will teach students how to market themselves and put on a gig.
    • My work consists of using instrumental music and the singing voice as sound stimulation, to train and develop listening.
    • It is almost like I have to have two different heads - writing instrumental music is totally different from writing songs for vocals.
    • Those featuring in the concert will travel from all over the county, guaranteeing those present a wonderful night's entertainment in instrumental music, singing and dancing.
    • Finzi had more trouble with instrumental music than with vocal.
    • While Creston is best known for his instrumental music, his vocal literature deserves renewed attention.
    • Unlike an instrumental music degree, conducting courses will generally involve more philosophical and historical elements, as well as the basic technical training.
    • This work represents not Beethoven the titan, but Beethoven as composer of warmly songful instrumental music.
    • There are those who say that God can be worshipped in church through human musical creativity and instrumental skill, and would claim the Psalms advocate the use of many instruments in worship.
    • The earliest piece here is Nacht-Schatten, from 1991, in which microtones colour and destabilise the instrumental textures.
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    (navigation) por instrumentos
    • Secondly, it was recorded that no attempt should be made at a difficult mid-cavity instrumental delivery.
    • The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology has recommended training in instrumental delivery to control and reduce the rates of caesarean section.
    • Although height can be measured by instrumental methods, it is often an estimate.
    • However, the public was not informed in hopes that this was simply because of an instrumental error.
    • The epidural group had more instrumental deliveries, however.
    • I'd rather have a caesarean than go through another instrumental delivery.
    • This situation is likely if she has experienced a long labor, an instrumental delivery, or separation from her baby, all of which are more likely following an epidural.
    • The frequency of change to instrumental delivery and resuscitation at birth illustrates that many of the cases were probably infected in utero.
    • Trials were selected for evaluation that specifically addressed whether epidural analgesia affected the risk of instrumental delivery.
    • Two widely recognized research programs have used the available instrumental data to reconstruct global surface air temperature trends from the late 1800's through today.
    • The distribution of true ages may be only approximated by the measured distribution, because the latter can be disturbed by fluctuations in measured age caused by instrumental error.
    • Studies with sufficiently long followup, including the need for surgical repair later in life, are required to properly evaluate the association between instrumental deliveries and such outcomes.
    • If necessary, early intervention with instrumental delivery is appropriate.
    • Sensory and instrumental measurements are used together to draw conclusions and make assumptions about quality.
    • Fetal distress was more common among instrumental deliveries.
    • In electronic devices, even a negligible instrumental error can totally degrade the system compared to electro-mechanical ones.
    • The organoleptic quality of tomato fruit involves a set of attributes (flavour, aroma, texture) that can be evaluated either by sensory analyses or by instrumental measures.
    • The effect is due to the limitation of the instrumental resolution regarding the measurement of hydration water large-scale motions.
    • This result may be related to the increase in instrumental deliveries or to the increased use of Pitocin.
    • Inclusion criteria were instrumental vertex delivery of a live singleton after 37 weeks of gestation or cesarean delivery at full dilation.


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    pieza instrumental femenino