“(JENNIFER) AYLMER proves to be the perfect storyteller, animated and communicative, her lovely, full soprano sensitive to the power of the tales Sheherazade tells to save her life.
Aylmer appears unhurried in the long opening song,
“Asie,” a travelogue through the stereotypes of Eastern music, and she’s relaxed when the piano provides color and melody as she chants in French. . .The final song,
“Indifferent One,” relies on Aylmer’s wide-ranging tone and color for a mysterious, sultry narrative that invites a beautiful young man of ambiguous sexuality to a tryst, but receives rejection.” -Syracuse.com
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