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Swiss folklore fans gather for world's biggest alpine horn festival
by Denis Balibouse
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22 July 2018
On 22 July 2018 Reuters reported:
The soft sounds of hundreds of wooden Swiss alpine horns filled the valley below Switzerland's Mount Tracouet on Sunday (22 July), as the world's largest festival of its kind concluded after three days. Over three meters long and built in several connecting pieces to make transport manageable, they are beloved by many Swiss ... While the horns have been used by mountain dwellers in Switzerland, Germany, France, and elsewhere, they are commonly associated with the traditional Swiss agrarian culture that dominates the country's Alpine hinterlands.
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Some 200 men and women dressed in folk costumes and blowing fiercely into their instruments unite for the grand finale where they play simultaneously.
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