We also do traditinal Cornish Guizing. This is Merv piping for the Bodmin Play on Heritage day
Merv and Alison lead the dancing for the village weddings in BBC's Poldark series
Music from the saints way a medieval pilgrims route from coats to coast in Cornwall.
Merv and Alison as 18th Century village minstrels
Merv is joined by Elaiz Lohro Pasco on Breton Bombare and Roger Pinsent on organ to play early secular and religious music from Brittany and Cornwall
Pyba regularly play for the Medieval Banquet during the Medieval Festival at Herstmonceaux Castle
Geevor Mine in West Cornwall was used to film BBC's Poldark series.
The 16th Century bench end carvings of a piper and dancers doing the Mattachins provide the inspiration for Pyba.
The Horse Skull hobby horse is one of the Cornish Guizing traditions. Pyba's version seems to have developed horns...
Pyba means "to pipe" in Cornish