The First Nowell
"The First Noel" (also written "The First Noël" and "The First Nowell") is a traditional classical English Christmas carol, most likely from the 18th century, although possibly earlier. The word Noel ...
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Jim Wearne
Jim Wearne (1950 - ) is a Cornish-American singer-songwriter.(The surname is pronounced in one syllable to rhyme with "cairn") Born in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, he was raised in the Chicago area. ...
The White Rose (song)
The White Rose is a traditional Cornish folk song, the chorus of which appeared in the film Ladies in Lavender (2005). The song remains popular and has been recorded by many of the Cornish male voice ...
Delkiow Sivy
Delkiow Sivy ("Strawberry Leaves" in Cornish (Kernewek)) is a Cornish folk song. A young maiden is on her way to pick strawberry leaves which, so the song alleges, make young girls pretty. She meets a...
Richard Gendall
Richard Gendall is a British expert on the Cornish language, born in 1924. He is the founder of "Modern Cornish"/Curnoack Nowedga, which split off during the 1980s. Whereas Ken George mainly went to M...
An Awhesyth
An Awhesyth, Cornish (Kernewek) for "The Lark", is a traditional Cornish folk song. In English, a version of this song exists called The Lark in the Morning, and a similar song in English goes under ...
Camborne Hill
Camborne Hill (Cornish: Bre a Gammbronn) is a Cornish song that celebrates Richard Trevithick's historic steam engine ride up Camborne Hill, (Tehidy Road up Fore Street) to Beacon on Christmas Eve...
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Lamorna (folk song)
Lamorna is a traditional folk song/ballad associated with Cornwall, and dealing with the courtship of a man and a woman, who turned out to be his wife. The title comes from Lamorna, a village in west ...
Crowns (band)
Crowns are a folk punk band from Launceston, Cornwall, formed in 2010. The band consists of lead singer and guitarist Bill Jefferson, bass player Jake Butler, mandolinist Jack Speckleton and drummer R...
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Come, all ye jolly tinner boys
"Come, all ye jolly tinner boys" is a traditional folk song associated with Cornwall that was written about 1807, when Napoleon Bonaparte made threats that would affect trade in Cornwall at the time o...
Dalla
Dalla is a band specialising in traditional Cornish music, known for their festival and concert performances as well as providing music (until recently) for Noze looan dances. However from 2013 onward...
The Song of the Western Men
"The Song of the Western Men" was written by Robert Stephen Hawker. It is also known by the title of "Trelawny".Hawker wrote the song in 1824, telling of events that took place in 1688. Many people h...
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The Red Army (band)
The Red Army was a self-described folk rock band from St Day in Cornwall, England, UK. Other sources, however, described them as "antifolk", and from Truro.The band was active from 2004 to c.2007, pla...
Rooz (album)
Rooz (English: Red) is third album by Cornish folk band Dalla. It was released in 2007, also as a download.Some of the songs in the album are in the Cornish language.
Little Eyes
Little Eyes or Little Lize (Lil' Lize) is a folksong that is popular in Cornwall, England, UK, although it originated in America. It was written by Buford Abner of the Suwannee River Boys in the late ...
Bro Goth agan Tasow
Bro Goth agan Tasow ("Old Land of our Fathers") is one of the anthems of Cornwall, England, UK sung in the Cornish language. It is sung to the same tune as the Welsh national anthem, Hen Wlad Fy Nhada...
A Richer Vein
A Richer Vein is the debut album by Cornish folk band Dalla. It was released shortly after the demise of Sowena, and affirmed Dalla as more than a watered down version of their previous achievements.T...
Hail to the Homeland
Hail to the Homeland is one of the unofficial anthems of Cornwall, England, UK. It was composed by the Cornish musician Kenneth Pelmear who composed and arranged many works for church and male voice c...
Sweet Nightingale
Sweet Nightingale, also known as Down in those valleys below, is a Cornish folk song. The song makes euphemistic reference to sexual activity (to "hear the nightingale sing"). The Roud number is 371.A...
Fish and Tin and Copper
Fish and Tin and Copper is a traditional folk song/ballad associated with Cornwall, and dealing with the legend of the devil ("Old Nick") visiting Cornwall and being frightened away, fearing that he'd...
Fisherman's Friends
Fisherman's Friends are a male singing group from Port Isaac, Cornwall, England, UK, who sing sea shanties. They have been performing locally since 1995, and signed a record deal with Universal Music ...
Black and Gold
Black and Gold may refer to:
Brenda Wootton
Brenda Wootton (née Ellery) (10 February 1928 – 11 March 1994) was a Cornish poet and folk singer and was seen as an ambassador for Cornish tradition and culture in all the Celtic nations and as ...
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