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Hello fellow members,
I need some help finding a yodeling class. I will be leaving Switzerland in a mere 5 weeks and have not yet yodeled! Can that even be considered a Swiss visit? It would be far too embarassing to return to the US without any of these skills after having lived here for a year.
Seriously, I think a class would be really great. Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch!
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Old 23.05.2011, 19:35
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Re: yodeling

The Jodel Acadamy from Nadja Räss have courses in Zürich but it seems they are all booked out until September.

There is a one day Migros Klubschule course in Zürich on August 8th.

EDIT - sorry I see you are only here for 5 weeks more... Youtube has some videos or perhaps this woman might have another weekend course near Davos soon.
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Old 23.05.2011, 20:10
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Hello fellow members,
I need some help finding a yodeling class. I will be leaving Switzerland in a mere 5 weeks and have not yet yodeled! Can that even be considered a Swiss visit? It would be far too embarassing to return to the US without any of these skills after having lived here for a year.
Seriously, I think a class would be really great. Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch!
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Re: yodeling

Don't worry. I've been living in Switzerland for almost 60 years and am 100% Swiss. All my friends in Michigan know that. Nevertheless, I've never been asked to yodel.
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Hello fellow members,
I need some help finding a yodeling class. I will be leaving Switzerland in a mere 5 weeks and have not yet yodeled! Can that even be considered a Swiss visit? It would be far too embarassing to return to the US without any of these skills after having lived here for a year.
Seriously, I think a class would be really great. Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch!
just practice a bit at home. when you get back to the US, just do it with a bit of confidence. they wont know any better
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Hello fellow members,
I need some help finding a yodeling class. I will be leaving Switzerland in a mere 5 weeks and have not yet yodeled! Can that even be considered a Swiss visit? It would be far too embarassing to return to the US without any of these skills after having lived here for a year.
Seriously, I think a class would be really great. Any ideas?
Thanks a bunch!
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