This is Off the Beaten Track, in fact it may be where No Man Went Before. If you can find another recording of this I would be very intrigued.
Avo Raud courted my mother in her late teens. She was a reasonably accomplished amateur pianist, and on her 20th birthday she received the gift of his manuscript of three Miniatures. I remember seeing it when I was young. Mum didn't say much about it and I never heard her play it, and at that time I was neither interested in her pre-marital affairs nor in questionable handwritten music, and soon forgot about it. She died 15 years ago and the manuscript was buried in piles of paper, only to surface recently.
Google has not much to say about Raud. It seems he was somewhat known for his piano playing and among the elite of Swedish chess players, and practised medicine in Stockholm. He must have been born around 1925 and died not 60 years old.
Of the three miniatures the first, "danse monotone", is aptly named, and the third, "danse d'espagne", has thick chords very hard to read. Here I present the second and most fun piece, "danse estonienne".
JoachimRaud - Danse Estonienne