I am also a composer and the next link is to some of my music for orchestra or for chamber music ensembles.
Physclips is my largest project, made with producer George Hatsidimitris and John Smith. It's a set of multimedia resources, with film clips and animations in introductory physics, mainly mechanics, waves, sound and light. It won the Physics division of the Pirelli Prizes for Science Communication).
Pages on Electrical circuits. Animations really are helpful for circuits, phase differences etc so we made some:
Relativity in ten minutes — or ten hours. Can relativity be understood by someone with little or no background in physics? "Einstein Light" uses animations and film clips to explain relativity at a range of levels.
Pipes and harmonics. Why do closed conical instuments (like the oboe and saxophone) have the same set of resonances as open
cylindrical instruments (like the flute)? (This seems to be one of the most FAQs in music acoustics.)
Scientific American Science & Technology Web Awards 2005. The editors of Scientific American chose Einstein Light for one of these awards. The editors of Scientific American also chose the Music Acoustics website for one of these awards.