I'm curious as to what Gershwin scores have been restored and reconstructed. I know there's the five recordings of Girl Crazy, Oh, Kay!, Lady, Be Good!, Pardon My English, and Strike Up the Band from the early nineties. Then there's a two-disc set from a company called New World Recordings with Tip-Toes and Tell Me More. Are there any other complete scores available? Also, I bought this cheap Gershwin CD back in 1998 just for "Rhapsody in Blue." It was the very first Gershwin CD I ever bought, one of those cheapo Madacy discs that cost like four or five bucks. Surprisingly, though, the recordings of "Rhapsody in Blue," "An American in Paris," and a jazzy "Summertime" are all very good (in fact, the "Rhapsody in Blue" recording is my favorite of that song, maybe just because it's the first I ever owned and I'm so used to it). This is the CD: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/cus...g=UTF8&s=music Unfortunately, there's no info on the CD at all as to where the recordings originate from (conductor or orchestra or year, nothing). Anyone out there have this disc?