Loves Comes In At The Eye

Anthony Ross, Jeffrey Sykes, Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, Stephanie Jutt, Timothy Jones, Beth Raper, Beth Rapier, Carol Cook

Catalog #: TROY1734
Release Date: July 1, 2018
Format: Digital

Love Comes In At The Eye is a recording of songs and instrumental works by Kevin Puts, Ned Rorem, and James Scott Balentine. All Americans, these composers vary in age from 46 (Puts), to 70 (Balentine), to 95 (Rorem), so there a wide spectrum of compositional styles that offers an outstanding listening experience. With works for voice and piano; voice and chamber ensemble; a work for voice and cello; and two works for flute and piano, the recording gives the feel of being part of an audience for a chamber music concert. The performers each have distinguished careers and all participate in the Bach Dancing & Dynamite Society concerts.


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Track Listing

Title Composer Performer
In At The Eye Kevin Puts Timothy Jones (baritone); Stephanie Jutt (flute); Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (violin); Anthony Ross (cello); Jeffrey Sykes (piano)
Aria Kevin Puts Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (violin); Jeffrey Sykes (piano)
Five Spirituals James Scott Balentine Timothy Jones (baritone); Beth Rapier (cello)
Air Kevin Puts Stephanie Jutt (flute); Jeffrey Sykes (piano)
Rounds for Robin Kevin Puts Stephanie Jutt (flute); Jeffrey Sykes (piano)
Santa Fe Songs Ned Rorem Timothy Jones (baritone); Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio (violin); Carol Cook (viola); Anthony Ross (cello); Jeffrey Sykes (piano)


  • "Works of three living US composers are heard in this program The program is beautifully performed and recorded. Timothy Jones has a lovely, gentle, and agile light lyric voice. The balance of voices and instruments is just right and allows each line in the Rorem songs to be heard clearly. A most welcome discovery. Notes, texts."

    – American Record Guide

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