Solo piano - Level C (moderately difficult) Early Advanced. Edited by William H. Chapman Nyaho. Piano Music of the African Diaspora. Collection. 64 pages. Oxford University Press #9780193868243. Published by Oxford University Press (OU.9780193868243).
Ludovic Lamothe came into the world in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on May 12, 1882. His mother gave him his first piano lessons. Lamothe attended L’Institution St. Louis de Gonzague in Port-au-Prince before traveling to Paris to study composition at the National Conservatory of Music with Louis Diemer. His skill as a pianist caused some people to call him a "Black Chopin". "A Vision of Ludovic Lamothe" is a CD on which the composer’s works for piano are performed by pianist Charles P. Phillips. It was released by IFA Music Records in 2001.