Egypto, originally known as Egipto, was recorded by Guido Deiro in September, 1912 and released by Columbia Records (COL C-2219, E-3976, 2400). The sheet music was published posthumously in 1954 by Guido's brother's firm: Accordion Publishing Co. (AMPCO), later known as Pietro Deiro Publications. This was the only piece by Guido which was published by Pietro.|
The late accordion scholar and writer for Accordion World magazine, C. Hilding Bergquist, wrote,
"Egipto is Guido Deiro's only larger-scale concert composition, and remained unpublished in sheet music for several decades. Meanwhile I had corresponded with Guido Deiro concerning it, and eventually he did arrange to have it published -- in a revised and lengthier form -- by his brother's (Pietro Deiro) publishing firm in New York City. Titled thereon as Egypto."
C. Hilding Bergquist, from a letter to Stanley Bozynski dated October 18, 1973.