Examples: dance, Trelawney, Redruth

Cornish Music
Le rag oll ilow ha ilewydhyon kernewek
A place for all Cornish music and musicians

The Cornish National Music Archive aims to collect together information about musical cultures in Cornwall and its diasporic communities – from step-dancing to brass bands, electronica to folk sessions, and Christmas carols to bagpipes. It is for everybody to use, to learn from, and to contribute to.

Join us for an afternoon of music!
Join us for an afternoon of music!
Join us for an afternoon of music!

We are delighted to be holding a free in-person event on Saturday the 9th of July celebrating Music From The Clay Country!

In the ‘Music From The Clay Country’ project, the team have been gathering information about music in and from Cornwall’s clay country – you read more about the project here. The information is in the process of being collated on the website and will be gathered together very soon.

We are delighted to be being hosted by the fantastic Wheal Martyn Clay Works – a wonderful setting for this celebration. The afternoon will see a special programme of music played by highly acclaimed performers and ensembles, and

We look forward to seeing you there!

Recently Added Contents
Recently Added Contents
Recently Added Contents
Hugh Camps
Hugh Camps will, no doubt, be remembered by many current players as a member of St Dennis Silver Band and as a conductor with Bugle Silver and other bands including the Cornwall Youth Brass Band. His tenures at Bugle Silver was from 1964 to 1977 and from 1980 to 1982
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Jonathan Lush-Camps
Jonathan Lush-Camps LRSM was born in 1962 near Coombe into a musical family. His mother, Jean, was known as a fine mezzo-soprano singer, whilst his father, Hugh, will be remembered by many as a competitor at Bugle as both a player and conductor with St Dennis and Bugle Silver Bands. After
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Restormel Youth Band certainly existed in 2001 as we know that it entered and subsequently withdrew from the Junior Section of the SWBBA Contest in November of that year. Jane Whitehead was listed as its conductor.   Any information, and photographs, would be appreciated.       Compiled by Tony
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