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Maxine Eilander

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Maxine Eilander

Maxine Eilander has appeared as a soloist with leading ensembles throughout the world including Teatro Lirico, Tafelmusik, Tragicomedia, The Toronto Consort, Les Voix Humaines, and the Seattle Baroque Orchestra. Eilander plays a range of specialized early harps: the Italian triple strung harp, the Spanish cross-strung harp, the German ‘Davidsharfe’, the Welsh triple harp for which Handel wrote his harp concerto, and the classical single action pedal harp. Eilander’s most recent recording Handel’s Harp (ATMA, 2009), features Handel’s complete obligato music for harp, and includes his famous harp concerto. She has also recorded the same work with Tafelmusik (A Baroque Feast, Analekta, 2002). Other notable recordings include William Lawes’ Harp Consorts (ATMA, 2008), a recording of Italian music for harp and baroque guitar with duo partner Stephen Stubbs entitled Sonata al Pizzico (ATMA 2004), Teatro Lirico (ECM, 2006), Ay que si, Spanish 17th century music with Les Voix Humaines (ATMA, 2002), Scarlatti’s oratorio Hagar and Ishmael, with Seattle Baroque (Centaur, 2003), Monteverdi’s Vespro della Beata Vergine, with Tragicomedia (ATMA, 2002), and the Grammy-nominated Conradi’s Ariadne for the Boston Early Music Festival (CPO, 2005)

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