Devonport and Saltash Scottish Dance: composed by Adrienne Hesketh whose parents lived in Saltash. It is a strathspey Hornepipe. Dance Instructions 1s set to each other (2 bars) full left hand turn with both hands (2 bars). Then, make a larger circle, by including the
Cornish Tartan Strathspey composed by Adrienne Hesketh Dance instructions: On double chords cross 1st and 3rd couples cross over to improper sides, everyone else bows and curtseys. Start the dance with ladies chain for 1st and 2nd couples, 3rd and 4th couples (8 bars), 2nd couple lady up, man down,
Cornwall has a rich heritage of traditional dance which reflects its social history and industrial geography. The aim of this Cornwall Heritage Trust project is to introduce beginners to these dances. This pack is designed to help teachers engage children with Cornwall’s dancing tradition.
Community singing, the Cornish “Shout”, is an important and popular part of Cornwall’s cultural heritage. This Cornwall Heritage Trust pack is designed to help teachers engage children with Cornwall’s singing heritage.
In March 2019, Cornish Trad editors Tom and Tehmina Goskar, were rootling in the pamphlets section of the Jenner Room when they found this song slipped into the cover of a copy of Ralph Dunstan’s Cornish Dialect and Folk Songs, 1932