It is depressing to find that the music one discovered as a kid has become dulled or clichéd with repetition. There are antidotes, however, and this disk is one of them. Glazier is an incredibly intelligent (as well as technically skilled) performer of Gershwin and, on this disk, the performance of the Rhapsody in Blue in particular will knock off your proverbial socks. (Think of Carlos Kleiber's / Vienna Phil. performance of Beethoven's Fifth by way of "Why didn't the last 300 times I heard this sound like this?"). The piece is completely dependent on syncopation, and syncopation on syncopation, and Glazier nails it at every turn. Do yourself a favor.