Legend has it that it was a wine-eyed woman who first ran a wet fingertip along the rim of her goblet to produce the ethereal whine that always makes the dog go a little crazy. Galileo wrote about glass-friction instruments — crystallophones — and it’s thought that one reason the instrument never caught on (except with Sandra Bullock in Miss Congeniality) was because it was said to drive listeners mad. In that case, perhaps we can expect a wild party in the lobby of the Frist Center tonight when local glass-harmonica player Donal Hinely kicks glass and takes names. Hinely and his homemade instrument make a nice compliment to the Frist’s current contribution to the summer of Dale Chihuly mania in Nashville. What if these two teamed up to create the ultimate glass-jam extravaganza? That I’d like to see. And hear.