Mysterioso Pizzicato

(edited by James Bodewalt Lampe, 1914)

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Tour(s) on which song is known to have been performed (main source: FZShows, v. 7.1)


From The Book Of World-Famous Music by James J. Fuld (quoted by someone quoted by Michael Gula, affz, April 13, 1998)

The first known appearance of this music is in the Remick Folio of Moving Picture Music, vol. I, published March 24, 1914, by Jerome H. Remick & Co., New York and Detroit. First edition: Front cover is orange and red, the price is $1.00 (orchestral parts are also listed at 50 cents each) and there is no reference to 'Revised Edition.' The title page does not state "Made in U.S.A.' The music, compiled and edited by J. Bodewalt Lampe, appears on pp. 3-48. 'Mysterioso Pizzicato' is no. 89 on p. 38 LC(CDC). The music was played as a background to scary scenes in the old silent movies.



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