Trevor Duncan

English composer Trevor Duncan, born in Camberwell, London on 27 February 1924 as Leonard Charles Trebilcock, was largely self-taught, and initially composed in his spare time, while working for the BBC.

He became well known for his light music works such as High Heels, The Girl from Corsica and the Little Suite.

Trevor Duncan died in Taunton on 17 December 2005, aged eighty-one.


A selection of articles about Trevor Duncan

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