Thank you, Richard!
I'm sure it's the Frank Chacksfield. I shall look for it on Amazon or Ebay.
I do recall, however, that at least one more Rhapsody in Blue motif is
quoted a few times.
On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 9:12 PM Richard Markowitz <
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> Dear Ben Roth,
> The Frank Chacksfield arrangement of *Twentieth Century Blues*, from his
> The Music of Noel Coward* (London LL1062 / Decca LK 4090, 1955) opens with
> a brief reference to *Coward's Someday I'll Find You*, followed by a
> measure of the glissando from the Gershwin *Rhapsody*, leading into the
> refrain of *Twentieth Century Blues*. I don't think the Gershwin motive is
> repeated later in the arrangement.
> The only other instrumental of this song that I know of is on Norrie
> Paramor's *The Magnificence of Noel Coward* (Polydor 2310-279, 1973) which
> I have not heard.
> Best wishes,
> Richard Markowitz