I realize this is a bit old, but there might be a huge plot hole in trying to resurrect any elves aside Half-elves. Regardless of the kind of resurrection you would like to do, from reincarnation to cloning, the soul must be willing, which conflicts with Elvish lore.
In Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes, Chapter 2, there is a detailed history and lore on all kinds of elves that point out the lifecycle of elves and that soul's goal:
Drow have had their souls removed thus cannot comply to the rules.
The Shadar-Kai gave their souls to their elvish queen long ago to make her into a goddess. In return, she uses a fraction of that soul to basically create a clone of them, thus dying only means returning home, a nuisance if anything.
The rest of the elves are a limited number of souls that have foolishly fallen and are repenting for their crimes. As such, they view birth as a new chance to gain forgiveness from their main god Corellon, and death as their soul returning for a brief respite in their heavenly kingdom of Avandor. As this respite is an addicting experience for them, doing anything against Corellon's wishes, like willingly turning from his gift of respite to resurrect outside of the cycle, would be seen as blasphemy of the highest order.
All that together states that no elf has a soul unclaimed by a diety aside from Half-Elves, which seem to possibly have half a soul, and unclean in the resurrection cycle. Thus a half-elf bladesigner MIGHT be able to be resurrected into another race and keep such an ability, but your High Elf would accept death as a chance to regain his primal status and refuse the spell, or chance to have their soul further punished, as it would directly harm Corellon further.