Swiss Male Jodler Choir with one woman lead singer, Switzerland - Stock Image

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Lenk im Simmental, Switzerland - May 12, 2013: Members of the Jodlerklub Lenk perform at the Sunday performance of the Jodlertag Lenk 2013 event. Lenk is the last village at the head of the Simmental valley, near the source of the Simmen river which flows through the valley. The event takes place in a tent set up and owned by the town of Lenk, and is open to the public. All are welcome and small, voluntary, donations are accepted to cover expenses.
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Swiss Male Jodler Choir with one woman lead singer, Switzerland, village festival in Lenk im Simmental, Bernese Oberland. Male jodler choirs traditionally consist of a group of men, and one leading woman singer. The event is a festival of jodler choirs and singers, all of them local and from the area. The festival is for Jodler Choral groups from neighbouring villages, who gather each year in a different town for a singing festival. In the spring of 2013, the event was hosted by the village of Lenk im Simmental. A large tent is set up in the village square, and laid out with many tables with bench seats for local and visiting guests. At the end of the tent, a stage is set up for the performing Jodler clubs. The event takes place in the Bernese Oberland, where virtually every town and community has its own Jodler Club, which is a core part of Swiss Culture and tradition. The jodlers dress in local costumes called "Trachten" in German, and each village and area has its own style of Tracht.
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