The Electric Recording Company Produces Classical Music Reissues The Right Way
These records are officially sanctioned and licensed by the labels and include both monuaral and stereo recordings.
The company begins with EMI master tapes, cuts in true monaural (when appropriate) using 1950's Lyrec/EMI tube tape recorders and an Ortofon DS522 mono cutter head. The handcrafted artwork recreates the original using a vintage letterpress process. The releases are strictly limited to 300 copies of each release.
Today the company announced three volumes of Johanna Martzy playing Bach's Unaccompanied Violin Sonatas (ERC001, ERC002, ERC003) and ERC004 "Mozart a Paris" the complete recording of Parisian Mozart compositions (1763 and 1778).
The price is steep: £300 or about $458 per set. However, were you to investigate the current prices of the ultra-rare originals, you'd find that these prices are "bargains"! For instance according to popsike.com the 3 LP set of Martzy's solo Bach violin records sold in 2008 for $4860, in 2010 for $5750, and in 2012 for $5445!
For more information, go to The Electric Recording Company website