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Shout Kernow

 £19.99 
Shout Kernow

REPRINTING: AVAILABLE IN AUGUST 2018

Shout Kernow
Celebrating Cornwall's pub songs

With two CDs containing 31 songs recorded live in pubs across Cornwall

Hilary Coleman and Sally Burley


ISBN 978 1903427 97 2 
Paperback 164 pages
104 black and white illustrations
Notation for 30 songs


Shout Kernow is the result of a project begun in 2012 by Hilary Coleman and Sally Burley to record, celebrate and help sustain the living tradition of pub singing in Cornwall. Travelling around Cornwall, recording variations of songs in twenty-two locations and meeting numerous singers from Calstock to Cadgwith they have assembled a lively collection of words, tunes and harmonies, as well as the background to the songs and singers and information about the pubs and events where the singing takes place.


“Hilary Coleman – a bard of the Cornish Gorseth for her services to Cornish music (her bardic name ‘Atamiores’ means ‘pioneer’) and founder member of ground-breaking groups Gwaryoryon, Sowena and Dalla, the list of her musical achievements is impressively long. Assisted by singing enthusiast and Cornish culture-lover, Sally Burley, their initial findings suggest that the living tradition of having a bit of a ‘toot’, a ‘tuney’, an ‘after glow’ or a ‘shout’ down your local, is alive and well.”
– Cornwall Today Magazine

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 02 February, 2015.
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Regular Cornish language classes with Mick Paynter.

London. The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery permanent exhibition of women in medicine.

First Sunday of every month, Redruth. Shout with the Red River singers.

Second Wednesday of every month, Luxulyan. Prys Ton Cornish Music Session.

Until 25 November 2018, Redruth. Rehearsals for the Redruth Carol Choir.

Sunday 4 November 2018, Redruth. Shout with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 14 November 2018, Edinburgh. Catalan poetry at the Scotland Catalan Film Festival.

Thursday 22 November 2018, London. Poetry reading with three Iberian poets.

Sunday 24 November 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Sunday 2 December 2018, Redruth. Redruth Wassail.

Wednesday 5 December 2018, Padstow. Hark! Book talk.

Saturday 8 December 2018, Bridge. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 12 December 2018, Hayle. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Thursday 13 December 2018, St Agnes. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Friday 14 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Friday 14 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Wednesday 19 December 2018, Truro. Hark! Book talk.

Thursday 20 December 2018, Truro. Carols in the Cathedral with the Redruth Carol Project.

Friday 21 December 2018, Redruth. Carols with the Red River Singers.

Tuesday 12 February 2019, Bedford. The East London Group a talk by Alan Waltham.

Friday 22 and Saturday 23 March 2019, Cornwall. The Cornish Buildings Group Conference 2019 What is unique about Cornish buildings?