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  Title Year Instrumentation Description Price
new Blue Fire 2003 B-flat Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola and Cello 10.5 minutes, 1 movement. $24.50
new Júbilo 2005 Clarinet, Piano 4 minutes, 1 movement. $9.50
new Neurotica 2008 Flute, 3 Percussion 20 minutes, 4 movements. $18.50
new Pocket Knives,
Paper Football
2002 Flute, Clarinet, Piano 12 minutes, 3 movements. $22.50

Froelich's music has been performed by many world renowned performing ensembles, including the American Composers Orchestra, Duo46, Earplay, the Empyrean Ensemble, the California EAR Unit, the Kolles Duo, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Conundrum, the University of New Mexico Percussion Ensemble, the University of Southern California Symphony Orchestra, the Indiana University New Music Ensemble, and the Orpheus Ensemble of Fresno. Additionally, Froelich has received several national awards and recognitions for his compositions from ASCAP, the National Association of Composers/USA, the California Association of Professional Music Teachers (in conjunction with MTNA), the Percussive Arts Society, the New York Youth Symphony, SCI (the Society of Composers, Inc.), IDEAS (Interactive Digital Environments Arts and Storytelling), and others. Works of his have been performed internationally in Germany, Italy, China, and Finland. His work "Clockwork Automata" was recently released on saxophonist Alan Durst's CD "Tangos y Serenatas," published by Centaur Records.
 
Kenneth D. Froelich was born in Chester, PA and raised in San Diego, CA. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Southern California, and both his Master of Music and Doctor of Music degrees from Indiana University. His principal composition teachers include Claude Baker, Don Freund, Sven-David Sandström, Eugene O'Brien, Donald Crocket, Frederick Lesemann, Morton Lauridsen, and Erica Muhl.
 
Froelich currently lives in Fresno, CA, with his wife Jennifer and daughter Katerina. He is an assistant professor in music composition at California State University, Fresno. Prior to his appointment at Fresno State, Froelich taught at Ball State University in Muncie, IN, and at the Sewanee Summer Music Festival at Sewanee, TN. Froelich's percussion ensemble work "Accidental Migration" is available through C. Alan Publications. Other works are available through Jomar Press or by communicating directly with Froelich at kfroelich@csufresno.edu.

 
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