The Sunny Corner March (Keskerdh Kornel Howlyek in Cornish) was a popular tune played by 19th century brass bands in Cornwall for Tea Treats and Regattas. Ralph Dunstan included the tune in his Lyver Canow Kernewek – The Cornish Songbook published in 1929 and attributes to Edward Visick Webber of Chacewater. It is a polka style march and used today for Cornish social dance.
Tune as recalled by Ralph Dunstan from his days as a “Boy Bandsman” playing for Tea Treats and Regattas in the late 19th Century. *
Tune as captured by the Racca Project 1995/97
*Dunstan, Ralph, ed. The Cornish Song Book, Lyver Canow Kernewek. (London: Reid Bros Ltd 1929) p136.