Otto Motzan  (1880-1937)
Last updated: 07.08.18
Otto Motzan is believed by some to be a pseudonym used by composer Josie De Guzman. Together with Sigmund Romberg they wrote the music for The Passing Show of 1916. Of ragtime interest is his Extr'ordinary Rag (1915).

Item Title Available €     £     $     Other
DBE536 It's a Pipp'n (1917) - Novelty Fox Trot
A(T)/T/T/T/B/GB(B), approx. 3½ mins.
1-2 days
     Title Instruments Remarks
sm15.gif It's a Pipp'n (1917) A(T)/T/T/T/B/GB(B) dbe15.gifmp315.gif
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 18 works by Otto Motzan (1880-1937). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.

When I Told the Sweetest Girl the Sweetest Story Ever Told (1912) wvicon.gif
Words by: Ferd E. Mierisch, Charles R. McCarron
So This Is Paris (1919) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: Harry Akst Words by: Howard E. Rogers
I Want to Be Somebody's Baby Girl (1913)
Words by: Schuyler Greene
Bright Eyes (1920) wvicon.gif
Words by: M.K. Jerome, Harry B. Smith
Down by the Seaside (1914) wvicon.gif
Words by: Schuyler Greene
The Crocodile (1920)
Co-Author: Harry Akst Words by: Howard Rogers
Extr'ordinary Rag (1915) wvicon.gif
Where Is My Daddy Now Blues (1920)
Co-Author: Abe Olman
Just You (1915)
Mandy 'n' Me (1921)
Co-Author: Con Conrad
It's a Pipp'n (1917) wvicon.gif
Marie (1921) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: santlyhw Words by: Walter Hirsch
Coo-Ee (1918c) wvicon.gif
Words by: Leila Brett
The Traffic Was Terrific (1921)

as Josie de Guzman

Fee Fi Fo Fum (1919) wvicon.gif
Co-Author: A. Olman
arr. by Wm. Schulz
When You've Learned How to Cry (1923)
Words by: Howard Christy
In China (1919) wvicon.gif
Words by: A.J. Stasny
Pick a Rose in Picardy (1927) wvicon.gif
Words by: Sidney Holden