Really? Wow. Don't know what your points are, since the other user was talking composition, but it looks that you, like him, have no clue about what 'composition' means. I thought I wrote in English. Anyways, here it is: the term 'Composition' means : assembling a piece of music. It doesn't mean everybody will like it, it doesn't mean it's done in one way, it doesn't mean that it has to be in a definite style, it doesn't mean it has to be Bach. It simply means: assembling a piece of music. Whether you'll play it with your plectrum, your finger, or your foot, it's up to you.
And above all: the term 'composition', doesn't imply it's going to be a contest about who you think would be 'better'.
Like I said, you can compose with the noise of a steamroller if that's what you like. And the best part? No one can say it's wrong
For one simple reason: composing means assembling a piece of music. Make of it what you will, I have to go.
Hey you know what? I think that Vandenberg piece is really cool. I quite like it.