I went to the website of B.M.Kendall and it has a lot, and I really mean a lot, of both CDs and DVDs of classical saxophone music.Bryan Manning Kendall has “The Legendary Saxophonists” collection. It has a lot of recordings of Mule, Rascher, Leeson and others. I know it has Rascher doing the Sonata and Leeson doing the Suite with Creston on piano. This might be a place to search.
Thank you for your answer.The Sydney Conservatorium purchased the whole collection. I've had a listen to a fair bit of it in the library there, so as far as I know it does. They aren't the most glamorous looking packages, but at least someone is realising these vintage recordings.
From the Northwestern University Library catalog - Cecil Leeson Art of the Saxophone 7 LPs ... v. 5: Sonata for alto saxophone and piano, op. 19 / Paul Creston (Charles Kuhn, piano) -- Sonata for alto saxophone and piano, op. 96 / Edvard Moritz (Charles Kuhn, piano).A.Smith, is that a recording of the Sonata or the Suite? I know that Leeson recorded the Suite with Creston on piano, but haven't heard of a Sonata recording (doesn't mean there isn't one, I just don't know of one existing).
I happened to get a chance to check out the LP of Abato playing the Creston Sonata when I was at Peabody for auditions (they took an id and I listened at a desk in the library). Definitely worth listening to if you have a chance somewhere/sometime.