[Horowitz plays Rachmaninov's Prelude Op. 32 No. 12] He had, you know, very close relations spiritually and personally with Rachmaninov.
For example, one of the stories that Horowitz used to tell me, which was very touching, was he would say that when Rachmaninov was older, when he moved to America Horowitz and he would privately sit and play four-handed piano concerts in their living room.
And when Rachmaninov, at his advanced age, would miss a note, Horowitz said he would miss a note too, so that Rachmaninov wouldn't feel bad.
[Horowitz continues playing Rachmaninov's Prelude Op. 32 No. 12]