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.

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Mick Fleetwood:"I'm not a legend - Cornwall is a legend because it has such a fantastic, diverse history. I just happen to have been born there and I am always pleased to visit or even just pass through. Cornwall is like music, it has a special magic that you can't
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Karol, Karol, Kristyon (Carol, Carol, Christians) Kenys gans Keur Heb Hanow Ilow:                               Matthew Burrows, Lanneves. Geryow Kernewek:     John Parker     Karol, karol Kristyon, Kan ughel dha lev, Kan awos dineythyans  Krist yw Myghtern an nev. Dres an nos ow kwitha, Aga flokk y’n pras, Bugeledh a Vethlem
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Chambour bys y’n Bedh (Sing from the Chamber to the Grave) Kenys gans Keur Heb Hanow Music:                  Inglis Gundry from his opera The Tinners of Cornwall Arranger:             Jim Carey English Words:    Verse by R S Hawker on gravestone of Richard Cann in Morwenstow Cornish Words:   John Parker and Steve Penhaligon
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