The first thing that springs to mind when you think of Tyrolean choirs, which I’m guessing you don’t do often, must be yodelling, but it seems that isn’t the only kit they have in their locker – there’s also tonguing – the wholesome kind. Cultural archie account, Flashbak, shared a clip of a Tyrolean choir performing some top-class tongue singing from back in 1982.
Tyrolean choir performing Austrian composer Franz Mika’s ‘A Gaudi Muss Sein’ – 1982 pic.twitter.com/Z3y4T6cHlr
— Flashbak.com (@aflashbak) February 25, 2019
People weren’t quite sure what to make of it, but they definitely enjoyed the performance.
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Austrian sex education was way ahead of its time in 1982.
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If the performance really spoke to you in a deep and meaningful way and you want to join in, here it is again – with lyrics.