A series of conversations exploring the expression and celebration of Cornish identity in the music traditions of Cornwall Chaired by Dr Garry Tregidga and Dr Tehmina Goskar. Presented here as podcasts.
Open downloadable pdf file: Kostentyn-Constantine Version played on bagpipes by Merv Davey Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Battle of the Somme commemoration St Petrock’s Church Bodmin 6th July 2016. Notes: Communicated by James Roberts of Constantine to M H N Cuthbert Atchley who published an arrangement for 4
Open downloadable pdf file:The_Keenly_Lode Dialect Terms: Captain – ie mine captain – expression used in Cornwall for the mine manager. Keenly lode – Cornish dialect for a good ore bearing lode. Brave – in Cornish dialect usually means big. Bal – Cornish for mine. Whim – a windlass type of