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I admit to listening a lot to his recordings despite the bad audio quality which I normally won't tolerate. I've read some of the praise (eg. Flesch 'Art of playing violin' books) but as an amateur I'm not totally convinced I enjoy listening to him for reasons other than artifacts of the recording technology of the day. If he would be alive to record today I wonder if I would even find him interesting. But there is a logic imbedded in his distinctive in a way that I find really appealing, I think, or perhaps I am way off base.