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The Walser people’s particular cultural nature is reflected to this day
in their own specific German dialect. Their vernacular language is known as
Highest Alemannic and differs markedly from the south-eastern Alpine High
Alemannic dialect, usually spoken in other German-speaking parts of the
Sound: Prättigau dialect, Thomas Bardill, Pany. «Wie man früher das Brot verdient hat» [How people earned their bread in the olden days].
Recording: Oscar Eckhardt, 2000, Institute for Cultural Research, Graubünden.