Photo: LuAnn Johnson
Jacques Ogg and Wendy Gillespie.
Dutch harpsichordist, fortepianist and conductor Jacques Ogg visited Bloomington, Indiana in January and joined me for a conversation about his role as artistic director for Lyra Baroque Orchestra (Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN) and his experience of being a student of the late Gustav Leonhardt.
Jacques also shares his thoughts about early keyboards and points out some of his more “interesting” recordings.
T.11:Sonata in F Major for Flute and Piano, Falck 51: I. Allegro non troppo (excerpt)
Wilbert Hazelzet/Jacques Ogg/Marion Moonen/Jaap ter Linden — Wilhelm Friedemann Bach: Flute Sonatas (Berlin Classics, 2006)
T.6:Duetto in E major, Wq 84: Allegro assai (excerpt)
Wilbert Hazelzet/Jacques Ogg — C.P.E. Bach: Sonatas for Flute and Fortepiano (Channel Classics, 1993)
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg: T.4: Concierto En Mi Bemol Mayor - I. Allegro (excerpt)
Orquesta Barroca De La Universidad De Salamanca/ Jacques Ogg — Goldberg: Conciertos Para Cembalo Y Orquesta (Verso , 2010)