More Musical Things
Windsong Dreaming
INSPIRE School for Autism, Brattleboro, VT. The "totem" poles each have a wind tube on top that produces a musical note when the wind blows, each pole with its own note, and an organ pipe inside that is activated by jumping on a pneumatic pad. The poles are capped by a totem figure designed by the students that represent their hopes, dreams and aspirations which  set sail across the countryside as music when the wind blows 
Puffball Organ
Played by pushing on the colored rubber hemispheres
Tired Barrel Organ
Made for Minnesota Children's Museum "Trash Bash" exhibit using all recycled materials. Played by pushing on the circular "bellows" (recycled wheelchair tires) to produce organ notes
Musical Recycle Bin
Commissioned by the Town of Brattleboro VT, pushing down on the small sun symbol disks produces a flute note. each disk plays a different note. Made from recycled materials
Stomp Boxes
A series of boxes that each produce a different flute note when jumped on or as a wheelchair passes over.
Musical bench
A musical bench seat made for the performance of the "Concertino for Park Bench and Strings", which was composed by Garry Jones with Marimbist Jane Boxall playing the bench with the string section of the Windham Orchestra conducted by Jacob Mashak. The bench has a separate detachable section for the "black notes" that can be bolted on when needed.
  • Whistle Sticks
  • Pushing down on the soft ball at the top of each Whistle Stick produces a different flute note. Commissioned by the Sydney Children's Museum, Australia. 
  • Zoom Tubes
  • Jumping on the rectangular "Stomp Boxes" shoots a brightly-colored piston up the clear tubes on the wall, producing a sound effect. Commissioned by the National Children's Discovery Museum, Galway, Ireland.
  • Tube-a-phone
  • Hitting the plastic caps with the hands or beaters produces tuned percussion notes. Commissioned by the National Children's Discovery Museum, Galway, Ireland.