Stimmhorn is among Switzerland’s truly inventive rings. Combining natural noises, man-made devices, and overtone performing, the group’s concerts, in churches and comparable acoustically designed areas, have been referred to as “technoparty or key spiritual ritual.” Created in 1995, Stimmhorn represents the mixed eyesight of multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Religious Zehnder, who combines Mongolian overtone performing and yodeling, and brass and woodwinds participant Balthaser Streiff. A specialist musician since 1985, Zehnder (given birth to in 1961) analyzed music with Raymond Laback and Japanese viewpoint with Tokne Nomaka. Alphorn, Buechel, trumpet, and cognate participant, Streiff (given birth to in 1963) can be a graduate from the jazz college in Luzern. Furthermore to executing with Stimmhorn, he proceeds to instruct trumpet and Alphorn.