I happened to stumble upon this site
which has what seems to be a goodly chunck of the piano output of Edward Tubin.
For those of you who do not know Tubin, he was the foremost Estonian composer, and can be considered one of last century's great symphonists. His music, as could be expected from the geographical location, occupies a middle ground between the Scandinavian/Anglo-Saxon idiom of Nielsen, Sibelius, and Vaughan Williams, and the Russian idiom of Prokofiev and Shostakovich. Very accomplished and assured music, which nonetheless does not easily give up its secrets.
I have not listened to all these piano works yet, I guess it will take a while to get to know and appreciate them, but I am sure it will be worth the effort. No information about the pianist(s) but it is very high-standard playing, apparently recorded at a Tallinn (Estonian capital) piano competition.