Whatever happens, the Alpine horn
blower which is our trade mark will not disappear.
We heard a lot of yodelling by going to little festivals in the mountains where there was singing and bands and one of our relatives played the Alpine Horn
, which is sometimes played as well.
One man's Alpine horn
is another man's tossing the caber, but the partisan support was by no means one-way traffic in Murray's favour among the packed crowd.
And the Alpine horn
, used on a couple of tracks, has surely never sounded so trendy.
The resultant sound has been described as 'like a human voice, a wolf 's howl and an Alpine horn
all rolled into one.
His off-the-wall comedy extends to parodies of George W Bush and actually phoning Switzerland to report the Alpine Horn
he had just accidentally broken on stage.
En route we see a lot of irresistible clips from Eurovisions past - yodelling Swiss competing against an Alpine horn
, men singing in penguin suits, women in the shortest of short skirts, and foreign groups throwing in token English verses that make no se nse - sample line: "Oh your breasts are like swallows are nesting.
Singers Helen and Louise Curtis-Streich join alpine horn
players on the banks of Digley Reservoir for a celebration to |mark the 50th anniversary of Julie Andrews' classic film The Sound of Music (inset) for Holmfirth Film Festival
And although Hingis claimed she was only 70 per cent fit after a thigh injury which forced her to miss the French Open, she couldn't have been given a bigger fright if Cavaday had clobbered her with an Alpine horn
Our disguises - a bratwurst under one arm and an Alpine horn
- worked perfectly.
Commissioned in 2013 by a group of international ensembles, Haas used the natural tuning systems of the valve-less and lengthy Alpine horns
(originally used for alp-to-alp communication) as a contrast with the tempered tuning systems used by orchestras.
Aboriginal dance from Canada and performance by Swiss, Austrian Alpine Horns
added a unique traditional touch to the festival.