I play mostly in the wood in the night…

Dear Florence

Now, nearly four weeks left, I did meet you, and I can say you, I am very happy with the Horn.

I thank you for the time, you did take, for to explain me the Horn. Up to now, there was no Question, you answered not before.

You say me; I should exercise all day for 10 minutes. This Instrument, small, light and robust is most time with me und so I can play it at the most days between 20- 30 min.

I play mostly in the wood in the night. Its very mystery, to play under the stars or in the moonlight. Sometimes an animal answered to me, I think it is a fox or a bird.

To handle the horn in the darkness is now really easy, only one time, I lost the Foot of it, but I found it very fast and now I give attention.


Herzliche Grüsse


C’est trop bien


Un grand merci pour ce beau moment de partage lundi. J’ai adoré et ça m’a mis de bonne humeur!
Je m’entraîne chaque jour… c’est trop bien et mon mari.. je ne vous dis pas comme il est fier. Ce soir on va essayer un morceau à deux!

Longue vie à votre sympathique entreprise, histoire de famille touchante et bienfaisante.

Belle journée

Agnés F.

I have an incredible amount of fun with the Alpflyinghorn

Dear Florence


I have had an interesting few months with quite some variety and having an incredible amount of fun with the Alpflyinghorn. It continues to be absolute magic and adapts itself in an amazing way to so many different performance contexts and geographical environments 🙂 I am so so happy to have this instrument.

I thought you might enjoy seeing some photos with the alphorn so I have attached some photos […]:
The Orobie mountains are the mountains above Bergamo; here with Mario Curnis, one of Italy’s most important mountaineers. We were part of a 4-day project in July walking across the northern part of these mountains with a group which included other mountaineers, photographers, actors, journalists, artists, writers and a cook.
B-Classic was a festival in Belgium in April where I played a sun-up concert for with 2 musicians from Belgium and a quartet of singers from Galicia in Spain.
Clockstop was a festival of improvisations in May in a ex-convent in the south of Italy.
And in Pesaro it was a sun-down concert on the last day of June in the harbour at Pesaro with a percussionist playing bells and a quartet of trombones.