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ii.iu__ 4 of try- Japa- fury and jiungi Duke the fan York w lem's Ai tured at day. wit Made his mils satton i from cw Europe. in a Zie lion pic phonogn Duke stinctive aid bro) JM*» Arvdwrai in N Y ! Jux Autocrat IB Duke Ellington, whose playing Cotton Club In New; York won him the title of "Har-! :rat ot Jazz," Is lea- tured at the Maryland Theatre Made popular by radio, Duke a sen- In tlieatws^and balh-ooms from coast to coast, as well as In They have been featured In a Zlegfeld show. In several pictures, and of course, on graph records. Duke and his boys have an mot- the stinctiye feeling for jazz rhythms aid broken tempos, and they have the reputation of doing the Inconceivable things to the most I trivial of melodies. They can play "sweet" and discreet jazz In the' manner of Mr. whiteman, then turn about and twist their music; into weird' and primitive strains.! with all the barbaric rhythm ol jungle. , ' jous youngsters set Ellington's unique arrangements

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 16 Mar 1943, Tue,
  3. Page 13

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