Kathryn Kaye: Reflected in a Flowing Stream

Listen to instrumental piano music by Kathryn Kaye on her new (6th) album Reflected in a Flowing Stream. The album was recorded at Imaginary Road Studios by Will Ackerman (guitar) and Tom Eaton (bass and accordion) with Eugene Friesen (cello), Tony Levin (bass), Jeff Oster (flugelhorn), Jill Haley (English horn), Charlie Bisharat (violin), and Jeff Haynes (percussion).

There’s a nice review of the album by Kathy Parsons at MainlyPiano.com, as well as Bill Binkleman at Zone Music Reporter. Last year, her previous album Patterns of Sun and Shade won the award for Best Piano Album with Instrumentation for 2015 from Zone Music Reporter (ZMR) which tracks album play on the radio and Internet. All of her first four albums were nominated for ZMR awards, and she previously was the winner for Best Holiday Album of 2013 for What the Winter Said.

Reflected in a Flowing Stream (2017) – 11 songs, 54 min


The Bricklayer’s Beautiful Daughter on What the Winter Said (2013) – 4 min 21 sec

This is her earlier piano arrangement with French horn (Gus Sebring) of one of my favorite solo guitar songs by Will Ackerman (Windham Hill founder).



If you want to hear more of her wonderful music, listen to my playlist of her songs.

Kathryn Kaye (Playlist) – 68 songs, 5 hr


See my Kathryn Kaye music post with her albums, videos, and links. This new album has been included there as well, along with my updated playlist.

Photo credit: Reflected in a Flowing Stream @ Amazon (album cover)

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