"Hughes. . . [rises] to considerable technical challenges . . . taking [her] classical instrument into often excitable territory with level-headed aplomb.”
- The Classical Review
Legacy is a critically acclaimed album featuring works spanning nearly two centuries of music by African-American composers- from Bingham's Cotillion, composed in 1820 by Francis Johnson, to S.L.I.C.E., a 2009 composition by Chad "Sir Wick" Hughes. Hughes is joined by pianist Ellen Bottorff in this wonderful mix of dance, jazz, Afro-Latin, and Neo-Romantic music which has been broadcast on radio stations around the world. Legacy is available on iTunes and Amazon.com.
Vocalise: Instrumental & Vocal Music of Brian J. Nelson features a complete representation of instrumental, chamber, choral, and sacred music. Tami Lee Hughes performs violin solo Ballade with pianist Ellen Bottorff on this recording.
S.L.I.C.E. by Chad "Sir Wick" Hughes
"Some Time I Feel Like a Motherless Child" from Five Violin Solos
by George Morrison
"Ella" from Songbirds by Kerwin Young
Mixed Feelings by Ozie Cargile
Ballade by Brian Nelson
Excerpt: "Allegro" from Sonata in E minor by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Excerpt: Beau Soir by Claude Debussy
Excerpt: Tzigane by Maurice Ravel
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