compositional maturity

compositional maturity

[‚käm·pə′zish·ən·əl mə′chu̇r·əd·ē]
(geology)
Concept of a type of maturity in sedimentary rocks in which a sediment approaches the compositional end product to which formative processes drive it.
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After a careful glance over this year's competitors, it can be said that Tamasha's high energy performances, Xarb's Sufi vocal renditions and Bayaan's compositional maturity have been the high points.
He was just 19 when he wrote it, and its a mark of his compositional maturity that 36 years later he was still recycling its tunes.
Paris marked the next step in Copland's compositional development, and, as Murchison explains in chapter 2, "Boulanger and Compositional Maturity," it is here that he grew from an eager young student to a mature composer.
Four types of maturity are found in reservoir rocks described as textural maturity which is depend on grain sizes and grain sorting; mineralogical maturity and compositional maturity. Sorting of the grains indicates uniformity of grains size, the more uniform the size the greater volume of voids.
With pristine harmonies and compositional maturity, imagine if The Eagles formed in Yorkshire two years ago.
Now & Zen is an extremely ambitious CD from an openly queer artist whose work demonstrates compositional maturity. The only question this work raises is, why isn't Braun's music in rotation on Canadian airwaves?
Crucially, Keefe has untied the knots between climactic works and their biographical position, which have formerly held together the complicated web woven from Romantic notions of biography and the idea of compositional maturity. Instead, Keefe's style history explicates in detailed analyses the intricacies of works traditionally considered as mature as well as those of works considered stylistic oddities, leading to a much-needed reappraisal of the latter.