Audio File- as played by Lowender Peran Festival Band 1987: Included in Racca: Cornish Tunes for Cornish Sessions Project 1995 – 1997 See Racca no.48 : Racca Cornish Tunes For Cornish Sessions Project 1995-97 Ralph Dunstan Lyver Canow Kernewek – Cornish Song Book (London, Reid Bros, 1929) p78
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
As played at Benbow Cornish Session Two versions of Fer Lyskerrys / Liskeard Fair recorded in the Racca Project 1995-1997. Fer Lyskerrys as played by the Lowender Festival Band in 1987 (Version 2) The tune, Liskeard Fair, is noted down in Rev Sabine Baring Gould’s Rough Notebook Vol
Step or “Scoot” dances like Boscastle Breakdown are a conversation between dancer and musician, a duet between melody and percussion. Both musician and dancer introduce variations to the tune, the percussion, and the speed.
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
Audio file: Snail Creep from Rescorla Festival’s “Snail Creeps and Tea Treats: Clay Country Customs” project 2008 Open downloadable pdf file:Rescorla_Snail_Creep Video Link: Rescorla Festival: Rescorla Snail Creep at Wheal Martin Museum and Country Park 2008 Notes from the Rescorla Festival “Snail Creep and Tea Treats: Clay Country Customs ”