Bolingey Troyl band and dancers with Stamp & Go:Kan Rag Dons (a song for a dance) Project 2014 The Bolingey Troyl Band and Dancers are a group of fun-loving, lively enthusiastic people from the North Coast of Cornwall who perform traditional and contemporary tunes, songs and dances. Stamp and Go
August 2020 John & Olwen Brush (Courtesy of Kevin and Jacky Brush) John Alfred Brush By Tony Mansell Born: 21st Jan 1934 Married: Grace Olwen in 1956 Died: 15 March 2016 in Cornwall John and I first came across each other when we were working on our Cornish Brass Band
‘A Newlyn maid who dearly loved to sing’, was how Brenda saw herself – although she became known by many titles around the world: La Grande Cornouaillaise, Mama Cornwall, the Voice of Cornwall and more. Brenda released more than 30 albums and is a major figure in the story of
This song was communicated to Ralph Dunstan in August 1931 by R. J. Noall, Cornish historian and one of the founder member of the Old Cornwall Movement. He recalled it from the singing of his mother when he was a child. Dunstan published it in his Cornish Dialect and Folk
The Bagas ‘brand’ has been around since around 2003/4 when Samba Kernow joined forces with musicians Delia & Dave Brotherton, Merv Davey and Duncan Gee to perform a Samba Celtica evening in St Ives Guildhall as part of St Ives September Festival.
Audio File: Blue Bonnets / Pengughow Glas as played by Lowender Peran Festival Band 1987 Notes: This tune is often used for the Cornish Broom Dance. Click link to Racca: Cornish Tunes For Cornish Sessions Project