Radio stars (Dec 1938)

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Scott, Could, Ellington and Crofe ^ are all possible candidates, but can 1 any one of them fill the place left by America's greatest composer? W+IO IS BY JERALD Raymond Scott's melodic and rhythmic sense and his unusual creative ideas are similar. Morton Gould's creative abil- ity seems endless, and he has all the necessary attributes. Ferde Grofe's collection of musical pictures of America makes him a likely contender. Duke Ellington has been called the Negro Gershwin. He is considered a melodic genius.