So I was watching a TV documetary on Mingus recently and this came up : "Mingus' masterwork, "Epitaph," a composition which is more than 4000 measures long and which requires two hours to perform, was discovered during the cataloguing process. With the help of a grant from the Ford Foundation, the score and instrumental parts were copied, and the piece itself was premiered by a 30-piece orchestra , conducted by Gunther Schuller, in a concert produced by Sue Mingus at Alice Tully Hall on June 3, 1989, ten years after Mingus' death. " So, I've heard extracts and it sounds great - I would love a recording and heard that one was made in 1990, but can't find it on Amazon or in any net searches. A lot of people seem to think that this is Mingus's most important and defining work - so why is it so hard to find on CD? It seems like a real shame to me.......?