I created a piece that I called Adventures at dawn for Tobiah's contest. It is created in Blue, with a single Python script that generates the score.
It uses the algorithm to calculate continued fractions for a given number. At each step this algorithm produces a new number, that I multiply by a base frequency to use as a frequency. Between 4 and 10 of these numbers are calculated from the starting number to let the frequencies come in one after the other, and end simultaneously. This is repeated with slightly varying starting numbers. The interesting thing is that as the starting number varies slightly, the first numbers vary a little but the last ones vary much more. This creates nice changing sounds.
The volume, speed, frequency and number of simultaneous frequencies are increased slowly to make it more dynamic. If a certain speed is reached, it is stopped by a gong. This process is done twice, with pi and e.