English composer and poet, Trevor Hold, died at the end of January 2004 in Northamptonshire.
He wrote prose and poetry with as much passion as music. An abiding love of the countryside was evident in his long residency in the small Northamptonshire village of Wadenhoe, and his enthusiasm for music shone ever brightly from his lecturing and writings.
As a contributor to this magazine, Trevor entertained readers with his humorous Rejected Reviews - or works that got away and brought his knowledge to reviews of English song.
Trevor Hold deserves to be continuously honoured through performances of his music, especially his solo songs.
Posted: 31 January 2004
by Basil Ramsey
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