A reissue (re-set) of an early and scarce journal of the Federation of 'Old Cornwall' Societies.
'OLD CORNWALL', (VOL 1), NO. 4 [OCTOBER 1926]
A reissue (re-set) of the first, now scarce, journal of the Federation of 'Old Cornwall' Societies.
'OLD CORNWALL' (VOL 1) NO. 1 [APRIL 1925]
A detailed account of one of Cornwall's most successful brass bands researched and written by an 'Old Cornwall' member and bard of the Cornish Gorsedh who is, as is clear from the text, a lover of the music, a keen supporter and one-time bandsman himself.
CAMBORNE TOWN BAND by Tony Mansell
12 popular songs, including Cadgwith anthem / Camborne Hill (Bre Gambronn) / George the magic chough (Jory an balores) / Lamorna / Little Eyes (Dewlagas byghan) / Maggie May / Old grey duck (An hos loes koth) / The pasty son (An gan basti) / Roll the old chariots (Goes Nelson) / Sweet nigtingale (Eos wheg) / White rose (An rosenn wynn) / Johnny Bucca (Jonni Beokka).
KANOW TAVERN / CORNISH PUB SONGS IN CORNISH AND ENGLISH
Sybil Harris started her teaching life at Mevagissey Girls' School  in 1927, then moved to Tywardreath School in 1929. The orchestras took part in music festivals, exchange visits with Wolfsburg Youth Orchestra, and some of the pupils continued to make music their career.
MY STORY OF THE TYWARDREATH ORCHESTRAS by Sybil Harris
44 tunes on 24 pages. Music collected from throughout Cornwall.
"PRYS TON", 44 CORNISH SESSION TUNES
St Agnes Band's proud history , well over 100 years long, is recounted by brass band afficinado Tony Mansell, a member of 'Old Cornwall' and a bard of the Cornish Gorsedh.  There are plenty of illustrations included as well as the first-hand recollections which enliven any such book.
ST AGNES AND ITS BAND by Tony Mansell

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