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Published on Sep 9, 2009
Subtitled "A Syncopated Fantasia", this rag was published in 1913 by A.F. Marzian. The composer credit is shown as Mark Janza, but we now know this to have been a pseudonym used by Al Marzian himself, so that he didn't look self-serving when publishing his own music.
It's a rather popular rag among ragtime musicians.
Frederick's long two-handed triplet run up the keyboard at the end is a reference to Tom Brier's "Razor Blades", which had been sung about in a humorous parody of "To Dream the Impossible Dream" earlier in this Saturday concert at the 11th annual Sutter Creek Ragtime Festival.