Leonard Bernstein: Sonata for the piano (1938).
1. Presto-Molto moderato-Presto
Alexander Frey, pianist
“It was his next Bernstein project that propelled Frey into becoming the composer’s leading interpreter.” –The Prague Post
“The impressive Piano Sonata dates from 1938 when Bernstein was still a Harvard undergraduate. Alexander Frey proves an intensely persuasive interpreter.” –Gramophone Magazine