​​​KMC-1101  Flying SSAA with cello, violin, and oboe

$2.50  min. order 16 copies

$2.50  min. order 16 copies

Rachel DeVore Fogarty's works have been commissioned, awarded, or performed by premiere choral and instrumental ensembles  including the ACDA national conference honor choir, St. Olaf's College, VocalEssence, KMEA, IAWM, Oklahoma State Univ., Univ. of Kentucky, Oak Ridge Symphony, Brooklyn Youth Chorus, SACRA/PROFANA,  Conundrum, Tapestry Singers, Muse (Cincinnati Women's Ensemble), the Young New Yorker's Chorus, the Concert Chorale of Nashville,  the Six Degree Singers, and the Festival Singers of Atlanta.  

Her works have been chosen for inclusion in Vox Reflexa's New Millennium Composers project, the Cro Patria Choir Festival and in the London Contemporary Church Music Festival.  Upcoming projects include a commissioned chamber opera of Maupassant's The Necklace with director Mo Zhou and librettist/playwright Danny Rocco,  as well as co-writing the music for a new musical, Unbelievable, with director Sam Scalamoni (book by John DeVore, lyrics/music by Kevin Fogarty).  She received both her M.M. in Composition and her B.M. in Piano from Belmont University and now resides in Long Island City, NY, with her husband, musical theatre composer Kevin Fogarty. 

Flying (KMC-1101), I Sang for Joy (KCM-1311), and her arrangement of The Star-Spangled Banner (KMC--1951) are her first three publications with Kandinsky Music.

​​​​KMC-1311  I Sang for Joy SSAA a cappella