Uno, Due, Tre
Uno, Due, Tre is the latest release from harpsichordist Elaine Funaro and features a great collection of contemporary works for harpsichord, including Edwin McLean’s brilliant Sonata No. 3, beautifully performed.
Bela Cycles from harpsichordist Elaine Funaro features beautiful new music for solo harpsichord from the 2008 & 2012 Alienor Composition Competitions, as well as Paul Whetstone’s wonderful 24-movement “Pippi Goes Bela-Cycling Suite”.
Incantations & Inspirations – Duo d’amore
An innovative and exciting CD from Duo d'amore, founded by harpsichordist Elaine Funaro & featuring oboist Geoffrey Burgess, that includes beautiful new works for harpsichord & baroque oboe from composers Stephen Yates, Andrew Ford, Tom Robin Harris, Edwin McLean, John Mayrose, Ross Edwards, Kasper Brookes & Chris Lastovicka.
Platti: Keyboard Sonatas
Platti: Keyboard Sonatas from keyboardist Elaine Funaro features seven sonatas for solo keyboard by the Italian baroque composer Giovanni Benedetto Platti.
Pietro Domenico Paradisi – Sonate di Gravicembalo
Pietro Domenico Paradisi – Sonate di Gravicembalo from harpsichordist Elaine Funaro features a wonderful collection of works for solo harpsichord by Paradisi, performed on Kirckman 1758 harpsichord from Colonial Williamsburg, VA.
Dances with Harpsichords
Features a beautiful new repertoire of dance-based pieces from a variety of contemporary composers, including works by Timothy Brown, Dimitri Cervo, Rudy Davenport, Kent Holliday, Timothy Tikker.
Overture to Orpheus
A superb variety of solo harpsichord works written for women from composers Martinu, McLean, Andriessen, Voormolen, Glinsky, Harrison, Pinkham & Nyman.
Into the Millennium
Aliénor winning compositions from the first three competitions, including works by Tom Robin Harris, Penka Kouneva, Edwin McLean, and Dan Locklair.
A magnificent and innovative collection of contemporary harpsichord works inspired by the music and rhythms of Africa, with works by Kevin Volans, Giles Swayne, Peter Klausmeyer, Matteo Fargion & Philip Glass.