Kebyar! from The Minimal Piano Series, Vol. 1, (2018) Blue Spiral Records, Naples, Italy.
Oboe Music of Robert Fruehwald, featuring Jeanne Belfy with Nicole Molumby, Leslie Moreau, Barton Moreau, Grace Baugh-Bennett, and Blake Tyson (2016), iTunes.
Woodwind Music of Robert Fruehwald, Vol. 2, James Thompson, Shelly Monier, Kristi Benedick, flutes, Michael Dean, clarinet, Scott Pool, Bassoon, Calliope Ensemble (2015); iTunes.
DBS and Zaum, Music for Dance and Physical Theater (2013); iTunes.
Woodwind Music of Robert Fruehwald, Vol. 1, Paul Thompson, flute and Michael Dean, clarinet. (2010); iTunes.
Robert Fruehwald: Music for Flutes and Guitar, Leslie Marrs, flute, Robert Trent, Guitar (2009); CDbaby.
Desertscape, Michael Dean, clarinet; includes Terpsichore and Andy and Me (2009); CDbaby.
New Music for Solo Alto or Bass Flute, CD to accompany anthology (2006).
Imenetuki (Hymntunes IV): Sound and Repercussion: New Music for Solo Flute, Linda Wetherill, flute; Furious Artisans Records, iTunes.
Hymntunes I: Chorale Preludes for Christmas; Terpsichore for solo clarinet; Three Fantasies on Irish Folk Melodies for solo bass or alto flute; A Farmington Divertimento for oboe and piano; Sonata Franckoniana for flute, oboe, clarinet, and piano; available online from SheetMusic Plus (2016).
Anthems: A Sonata for Solo Piano; Duo on Bulgarian Folksongs; Hymntunes IV; Versi, Scorestreet (defunct-2013), SheetMusicPlus (2016).
New Music for Solo Alto or Solo Bass Flute, editor: 21 pieces including the 2 bass flute pieces listed below (2006).
Hymntunes I: Chorale Preludes and Atacameno Eluwun. Spectrum Music Publishers (defunct), Columbus, OH, (1993).
ExampleKrafter, PrintKrafter, LuteKrafter, ShapeNotes, music typesetting software; Musikrafters, Louisville, KY (1986-1989).
Flutespeak: Flutist Linda Wetherill speaks with Robert Fruehwald; The Flutist Quarterly, Vol. 25, No. 1, Fall 1999.
Review of recordings of electro-acoustic music, Karl Korte, Stephen Rush, Herbert Brün, Women in Electronic Music, Bulletin of the Sonneck Society for American Music, Summer 1999.
Will Technology make Human Musicians Obsolete?, In Concert Magazine, Fall 1997.
What’s the Score: The Interchangeability of Musical Information, in the online journal (Mikrophonie), LaTrobe University, Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 1996. Reprinted in Harmonica Educator Magazine, Summer 1997.
REVIEWS AND CITATIONS: Directory of Computer Assisted Research in Musicology—1988, p. 95-97; 1989, p. 61, p. 102-103; MacUser Magazine, Oct. 1988—p. 172.