Apologies for the discographic question, but I have exhausted my other 
resources at hand.

I have in hand an LP that is of Soviet origin, but not Melodiya/MK or 
anything that I have seen previously. The acronym of the label name 
appears to be something along the lines of BCT (with the "t" looking 
more like a gibbet). The catalog number is 06501/06502. I have been able 
to decipher that it is Medtner playing his Piano Concerto no. 3, but I 
can't convince myself that the rest stands for "Philharmonia Orchestra 
conducted by Issay Dobrowen", which is the only version that I have 
turned up elsewhere.

Anyone out there (Mike Biel, maybe?) that can tell me what I've got. If 
this it indeed a Russian pressing of the Abbey Road Philharmonia 
recording, it has done a pretty good job of overlaying it with a layer 
of acoustic sludge/fudge.


Peter Hirsch