Julie Coucheron (left) and Elizabeth Pridgen perform the "four hands" piano piece. (Photo by Mark Gresham)

An interesting side observation is that Glazunov himself transcribed this quintet for piano for four hands, as was often the case with various orchestral and chamber works in the 19th century, to make their study and enjoyment possible in parlor of the typical bourgeois home.

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Image:  Julie Coucheron (left) and Elizabeth Pridgen perform the “four hands” piano piece. (Photo by Mark Gresham)