Audio File – Harvey Darvey played for Dancing – Catch Up Your Heels 2005: Several versions of Harvey Darvey were recorded by the Racca Project 195-97 Notes on Harvey Darvey: Old Cornwall Journal Vol. 1. No. 6, p.36 Mr R J Noall has shown the St Ives Old Cornwall Society
click to open downloadable pdf of score with lyrics:Heva Dance Audio File- Heva Dance from Shallal Project: Notes In 1961 Newquay created its own Furry Dance called the Heva see Newquay Heva Dance and Song This signalled a revival of interest in Cornish Furry Dance tradition and many other Cornish
Newquay Heva Dance In 1961 Newquay created its own furry dance. The town had historically used the North Cornwall Furry to process from Crantock Street School out to the bonfire at Pentire Head on Midsummer’s eve and had adapted it as weekly event during the summer tourist season. It was
This project was completed and published by Dyllansow Truran in 1983, edited by Merv Davey. The primary purpose was to provide songs in the Cornish Language but included songs in English, dances tunes and ballads.
The English words were written by Pearce Gilbert in 1959. Kenneth Pelmear (1923- 1995) set a Cornish version of the words by Richard Jenkin to music and published the song in a booklet of compositions in 1982 called Cornish Voices.
Open downloadable pdf file: Ha_My_Ow_Mos Notes (1) Tonkin’s Spelling, (2) Morton Nance’s Spelling, (3) Modern Standard Written Form. Literal English Translation: As I was going out – On a blue / green downs, -I heard the sound of little fishes – But I found one great fish with nine tails, All the