Leonard Bernstein's Piano Trio for piano, violin, and cello was written in 1937 while he was attending Harvard University as a student of Walter Piston. He was influenced by the conductor Dmitri Mitropoulos.
Several melodic ideas were recycled for use in later pieces. For example, the opening of the second movement was used later by Bernstein in his first musical, On the Town.
The Trio was premiered in 1937 at Harvard University by the Madison Trio: Mildred Spiegel, Dorothy Rosenberg, Sarah Kruskall.
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Synthesis: Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Stichomythia : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Trio Sonata in G (BWV 1038). : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Quintet in D. : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Trio Sonata in C (from Sonata in A BWV 1032). : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Quintet in D, Op.11/ 6. : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Trio Sonata in C (Wq 147). : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Little Preludes & Fugues (8), Vol. 1. : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Suites, March, & Lieder. : Brass Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Sinfonia. : Brass Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Duos (2) in E minor (Wq 140) & in C (Wq 142). : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)
Sextet based on Concerto for Piano No.4 in G, Op.58 (Urtext). : Mixed Ensemble: (Barenreiter)