Tiba (instrument)

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Tiba playing shepherd in the Safien valley Tiba Safiental.jpg
Tiba playing shepherd in the Safien valley

Tiba is a wind instrument made of wood or metal that originates in the Grisons canton in Switzerland. It was used by shepherds on alpine meadows in the Alps.

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Exhibition

The Regional Museum of Surselva held until the end of March 2011 the exhibition "Tiba Tones", showing the 50+ Tibas made of different materials. [1] Numerous people from the region showed their tibas, which were stored in alpine huts, at the museum's request.

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