Oops. I made a boo-boo. It wasn't the Legend of Taliesin that I was listening to in my previous comment. I believe it was the Domine Piano Concerto #3 in A minor. As a matter of fact, it was the third movement of the concerto, the Finale, where (with the inspiration of Maestro Domine and pianist, Roberta Schauer), I placed Cid Charisse as I remembered her in An American in Paris. I have yet to hear (and am looking forward to hearing) the composer's ballet; although the A minor Piano Concerto still reminds me of Tchaikovsky meets Gershwin, meets Samuel Goldwyn. I still got my wish. It's an amazing recording and Roberta Schauer is phenomenal. So far the musicians that i have heard playing Domine's works are a-m-a-z-i-n-g. They have to be. These works are spectacular (for lack of a vocabulary). BTW-- Have you read the excerpts from Domine's, Naked Man? Conspiracies (title of the excerpt), opens with a pristine description of a setting which takes your imagination right to the scene of the crime. (Go to Important Links on the website). It is absolutely hilarious! I love C.J., the classic "30 yr.-old...imbecile [in all of his twisted philosophy and perpetual] arrested state of development," just as the author said we would (Domine, The Naked Man).