Has anyone listened to the Fone 45rpm LPs?


Has anyone listened to any of the 45rpm vinyl releases from the Fone label? Here's the link to the opening page of their vinyl catalog. These look promising but very pricey, thus the reason for my inquiry.
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Yes. The Accardo records and Piazzolla are outstanding.
Really wonderful!
Thanks, Eziodoc. I finally picked up a few and have been contemplating adding the Piazzolla.
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Hello Rushton,

did you enjoy the Fone 45RPM records?
What you bought? Happy with them? Your opinion, please.

Best.
Ezio
Hi Ezio,

I've purchased several of the Fone 45rpm records and have generally been pleased with them. I've been particularly pleased with:

008 Haydn Cello Concertos
013J Piazzolla "Adios Nonino"
016 Rossini Overtures

Sr. Ricci is getting better in his recording technique as he goes along. I found some of his early recordings to be somewhat bright, but they're getting better and better.
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Hello Rushton,

you was lucky.
I was waiting for the older Accardo's recording at 45RPM, as the:

002 Accardo "Oblivion"
003 Accardo "Violins of Cremona".

Salvatore Accardo is a friend of mine and I was pleased to have these LP' (I was present to a lot of his concerts), but I known only later these Fonè recordings..:-(((

Giulio Csare Ricci is a really Golden Hear..
Ezio, you probably would enjoy Salvatore Accardo's recording of Paganini's "Il Carnevale di Venezia" on Fone 011 if you have the opportunity. It's lovely.
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Hello Rushton,

I've this record: you are right, it's lovely.
I'm now looking for the Accardo's older ones..

Best.
Ezio