Nikolai Peyko (1916-95) Is a Major Russian Composer Completely Unknown in the West. He Is Another Composer Who Wrote Nine Symphonies, and Much Other Orchestral Music Besides, But Fell Foul of the Soviet Regime and Was Sidelined. His Piano Music Shares Certain Characteristics with Both Shostakovich's and Prokofiev's, But Sounds An Individual Tone Nonetheless. This Second and Final CD in This Complete Recording of His Piano Music Is the First Time That Any of This Music Has Been Heard Recorded on a Western Label. Pianists Dmitry Korostelyov and Where Needed, Maria Dzhemesiuk Perform.