A further admission: I was surprised to see obituaries and tributes to her memory in so many different places: NPR, the Wall Street Journal and several others covered her death. I can't imagine any of the Jewish music names I know receiving that sort of after-death recognition.
Here's something a few of the obituaries are calling her most famous composition:
And this is her version of Pslam 30 which is nice enough, I guess, but not really my thing.
Someone I know called her the Reform Shlmo Carlbach, which is high praise indeed.