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Richard Gendall - Tam Kernewek - A Little Bit Of Cornish mp3 album

  • Performer: Richard Gendall
  • Title: Tam Kernewek - A Little Bit Of Cornish
  • Genre: Audiobooks
  • Formats: DXD AC3 AUD MP2 AAC APE MIDI
  • Released: 1976
  • Style: Dialogue, Education, Spoken Word
  • MP3 album: 1393 mb
  • FLAC album: 1887 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Richard Gendall - Tam Kernewek - A Little Bit Of Cornish mp3 album

Producer – Richard Gendall. Recorded at Riverbank Studios, Newlyn. Complete with Booklet of the Text in 15 Easy Sections.

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Artwork By – Richard Gendall Producer – Richard Gendall.

He is the founder of "Modern Cornish"/Curnoack Nowedga, which split off during the 1980s. Whereas Ken George mainly went to Medieval Cornish as the inspiration for his revival, Gendall went to the last surviving records of Cornish, such as John and Nicholas Boson, in the eighteenth-century. He is involved with University of Exeter. He is a folk musician, and has made several recordings with Brenda Wootton, as well as a poet in writer in Cornish itself.

Tam Kernewek - A Little Bit Of Cornish. Caution! All audio materials of Richard Gendall are presented solely for information.

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Tracklist

A Sections 1-8 An Easy Approach To Learning The Basics Of The Old Cornish Language
B Sections 9-15 An Easy Approach To Learning The Basics Of The Old Cornish Language

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Drawing] – Richard Gendall
  • Producer – Richard Gendall

Notes

Recorded at Riverbank Studios, Newlyn. Complete with Booklet of the Text in 15 Easy Sections.

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