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Leonard Bernstein said that only the strings of the Vienna Philharmonic could carry off the orchestral rendition of this work with bravura, since each player is a true soloist. The performance of Opus 135 was acclaimed by the press: "Since Leonard Bernstein is the number one conductor today, the only one who can let the Vienna Philharmonic play the way they would love to sound all the time, he and the orchestra wanted to play a difficult Beethoven Quartet. They succeeded, and it was an exciting work, unlike anything one ever hears." Recorded in September 1989 at the Vienna Musikvereinssaal.

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    1989

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    0+

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    Germany

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