- Impressions of Maine, for solo violin.
- Passacaglia for Brass, in F, for brass sextet.
- Reflections, for English horn and organ. Premiered Dec. 7, 1976.
- "From the Bells...", Octet for Brass and Percussion, after the poem by Edgar Allen Poe.
- Three Haiku and a Poem, song cycle for baritone and chamber orchestra. Texts by composer and Sappho. Premiered March 31, 1978. First released on CD 2003.
- "Tribes" Set for Three Antiphonally Placed Percussionists. Premiered Feb. 9, 1978.
- Variations on a Schubert Waltz, for piano.
- "Elan Vital" Suite for Organ. Premiered May 5, 1979.
- Fantasy Variations, quartet for oboe and strings. Premiered April 25, 1978.
- Recitative for Solo Double Bass. Text by Robert Heinlein. Premiered Feb. 22, 1979.
- Homage to Mark Rothko, realized withMoog synthesizer. Premiered May 1, 1979. First released on CD 2002.
- "Passage" Symphony, for large Orchestra. (Master of Music thesis) Reading by the Cleveland Institute of Music Orchestra.
- Six Frames for String Quartet. Premiered May 5, 1979.
- Sonata for Flute and Percussion. Premiered May 5, 1979.
- Three Two-Part Modal Inventions, for piano. Premiered May 5, 1979.
- Conversation Piece, "A Critique on Material Substance and the Argument from Design", for soprano-, alto-, and tenor-saxophones. Premiered Oct. 9, 1980.
- Jabberwocky, musique concrete realization. Premiered April 30, 1981. First released on CD 2002.
- "Splinters of a Shattered Space," Five Frames for Cello and Piano. Premiered May 13, 1980.
- Birthday Suit, for oboe. Premiered Jan. 26, 1982.
- Gelall, realized with Moog synthesizer. Premiered April 21, 1981. First released on CD 2002.
- Grid (Cynosure), for guitar. Premiered May 26, 1984. First released on CD 2002 for electric guitar.
- Summer Fanfare, for brass sextet. Premiered May 18, 1982.
- Thirteen Frames for Chamber Ensemble (1981). Premiered April 30, 1981.
- Viola Concertante, for solo viola and large chamber orchestra. Premiered April 20, 1982.
- Eleatic Episode (Homage to John Cage), for violin; live theater and video versions. Premiered live May 20, 1983.
- Eventually..., music allegory for five performers. Premiered Jan. 24, 1984.
- PBBLS, for organ and tape; CARL computer at University of California, San Diego. Premiered Oct. 16, 1983.
- Six Graphic Etudes and Chorale, for organ. Premiered Sept. 24, 1983.
- INViron 1984, realized with mixed musique concrete, Buchla synthesizer, CARL computer at University of California, San Diego. Written in collaboration with composers Nicolas Vé:rin and Victor P. Zupanc. Premiered April 13, 1984.
- Li'l Boy Ha'f-a-Rag, for piano. Premiered March, 1984.
- Chime-Time, multi-tracked ambient music realization (1985). First released on CD 1999.
- Japanese Gardens, for alto flute/piccolo and guitar. Premiered May 1, 1986.
- Plucked Moments, recorded ambient music realization. Premiered Aug. 3, 1985. First released on CD 1999.
- Variations on a Prelude by J.S.Bach, for piano.
- "Desert Flowers," Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra (PhD dissertation) Premiered May 17, 1987.
- Incidental music for Sam Shepard's "Fool for Love". Premiered at San Diego Repertory Theater's 1986 season.
- Piñata, both versions: for tape, and for poet and tape; Roland digital sampler. Text by Scott G. Burnham. Premiered November 6, 1988. First released on CD 2002 (for tape alone).
- The Chocolate Cake, for alto and piano (from an opera-in-progress, A Small Good Thing, based on a short story by Raymond Carver). Libretto by Barbara Shaw. Premiered September 15, 2004.
- Illusions, for soprano and piano. Libretto by Sharon Ramsey. Premiered April 12, 1988.
- The Story of a Leader, for SATB chorus. Movements 1, 6, and 12 read by the Gregg Smith Workshop in 1989. Smaller set of 5 movements drawn from this make up The Exodus Archetype.
- Critical Velocity, for disklavier. First released on CD 1997.
- Happy Dance, for piano. (From A Kids' Suite)
- The Phone Call, for tenor and chamber orchestra (from an opera-in-progress, A Small Good Thing, based on a short story by Raymond Carver). Libretto by Barbara Shaw. A reading at the Writing for the Voice workshop at the American Music Conservatory, Chicago (Summer 1990).
- Fanfare for Piano (1990). Premiered March 25, 1991.
- Fugal Fantasy on "IK", for woodwind quartet. Premiered November 16, 1990.
- Fugal Fantasy on "IK", version for piano. (From A Kids' Suite) Premiered March 4, 1998.
- Plastic Sonata, for 4-hand piano. (From A Kids' Suite) First released on CD 1997.
- Alpha (for Romeo), for saxophone quartet. Premiered March 26, 1992.
- Ark, realized with Proteus sound modules. First released on CD 2002.
- A Cold Front in the Forecast, for interactive MIDI saxophone, MIDI keyboard and computer. Premiered March 16, 1991.
- Prelude and Variations, for trumpet, guitar, piano, and marimba. First released on CD 1997. (Reworking of Variations on a Prelude by J.S.Bach, for piano,1985.)
- Protean Flux, realized with computer sequence and piano disklavier. Premiered September, 1991. First released on CD 1997.
- Driftwood, realized with EMax sampler. Premiered April 14, 1993.
- Red Green Apple Pie, for two pianos, 6-hands. (From A Kids' Suite) Premiered March 4, 1998.
- Cognitive Dissonance, for three or more stringed instruments and two performers. Premiered April 1994.
- Triptych, for string orchestra. Premiered October 15, 1995.
- Semantic Etudes, for solo alto/tenor saxophone. Premiered April, 1994.
- Worms in the Flower Garden, for performer and prepared disklavier. First released on CD 1997.
- The Disqualification of Harry Semantix as Trial Juror for East County, version for soprano saxophone and computer sequence. Premiered May, 1995.
- 'Round the World in a Rockin' Chair, for banjo. Premiered June 22, 2002.
- Seven Serapes for Six Pianos. Two movements (Serapes #6 & #3) premiered April 28, 1995, all seven released on CD 1997.
- Short Circuits, Book II, for two prepared violins. Premiered January 11, 1996. First released on CD 2000.
- The Disqualification of Harry Semantix as Trial Juror for East County, version for orchestra, premiered March 13, 2000.
- Please Don't Feed the Panda Bear, "happening" for six instrumentalists and audience, collaboration with Chad Mealey. Premiered November 20, 1996.
- Viola Concerto, "Coaxing the Shadows to Move of Their Own Volition", for viola and orchestra. Premiered February 2, 1997. First released on CD 2001. (Reworking of Viola Concertante, for solo viola and large chamber orchestra, 1982.)
- Bundled Information Network-Governing Operations (BINGO), "happening" for computer, Internet, and audience, collaboration with Chad Mealey. Premiered December 3, 1997.
- Children's Album, for Young and Growing Fingers and Minds, 10 pieces for piano. Dedicated to my children Lexi and Jasper.
- Clerk Work, acoustic sound collage and theater piece for two performers and "odds and ends", collaboration with Dale Williams. Premiered December 3, 1997.
- Everything That Rises Must Converge, for orchestra. First released on CD 2001.
- Kitchen Sync, for chopsticks on various objects for four performers, collaboration with Chad Mealey. Premiered December 3, 1997.
- Short Circuits, Book I, for two prepared violins. Premiered October 11, 1997. First released on CD 2000.
- Your Tax $$ at Work, improvisation for electric guitar and electric violin, collaboration with Dale Williams. Premiered May 7, 1997.
- Short Circuits, Book III, for two prepared violins. Premiered November 25, 1998.
- Shred #1 and #2, improvisations for amplified acoustic violin and DX7 synthesizer, collaboration with Nicolas Verin. Premiered February 25, 1998.
- "Heisenberg was looking for a raison d'être...," Quintet for Mutably Prepared Piano and Strings. Premiered January 25, 1999.
- S.E.T.I., realized with computer synthesis and effects enhancement. First released on CD 2002.
- Homage to Alexander Calder, (...if architecture is "frozen music" then do mobiles melt?), for computer-automated piano and assistant.
- Red Shift, for contrabass saxophone. Premiered September 15, 2004 on baritone saxophone.
- Meditation, for piano. Dedicated to Will Ogdon. Premiered September 15, 2004.
- Pervertimento, for powertools and three performers, collaboration with Chad Mealey. Premiered October 30, 2002.
- "Phoenix" Triptych for Piano. Commissioned by the American Composers Forum, underwritten by the Jerome Foundation. Premiered September 19, 2004.
- song and dance..., Three Pieces for Violin and Piano. Premiered September 19, 2004.
- Versus Antiqui, for piccolo and flute. Commissioned for the National Flute Association 2005 Convention. Premiered August 14, 2005.