Chris, In the Theory of Orchestration Schillinger describes different arrangements of instruments he calls Sigma. In the Composing with Sonic Symbols he talks about timbre and density which can gives us some Orchestrational ideas.
Food for thought/discussion: I'm looking at some (orchestral) arrangement presets in Sibelius 7, and I'm trying to visualize what Schillinger would have said about choosing & arranging various arrangement patterns as a theory of instrumentation. Perhaps incorporating the psychological dial. Or maybe he did this already or started to... Comments anyone?
I'm a little inexperienced on composing music in specific (classical) form. Here I tried to write in sonata form. The developmental section uses geometrical pitch inversions to fluidly change keys, drawn from previous material (with altercations). https://soundcloud.com/christopher-paul-7/tea-time-and-picnic
I am very pleased to have found this site and to have learned about Joseph and Frances Schillinger. I am very interested in learning the system and also discovering more about the Schillinger family. I am developing a course in Innovation and Creativity for my University and look forward to including the Schillinger system as an example of how Creativity can be taught.