compositions[ kom-puh-zish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF compositions
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Then, too, I was a favourite with my schoolfellows, who frequently did my compositions for me.
But Dryden's compositions are unparalleled in any literature.
He was the author of some fine hymns and other compositions which we know and love today.
And there are compositions of the same strain to be found in the books of all ages.
Milton was so great a musician that there could have been no fault in sound in his compositions.
It may be said, that we have no examples of any compositions of this sort.
Some compositions of metal require a high speed, and some a hooked tool.
As an interpreter of these compositions, however, he was imaginative and forceful.
"Elijah," the most admired of all Mendelssohn's compositions, was finished in 1846.
Compositions so produced are to poetry what mosaic is to painting.