Everyone one of us who has seen one of the first matches of this World Cup on TV – or even on Radio – will immediately recall the sound of this World Cup: the Vuvuzela Sound (Source: http://www.boogieblast.co.za). All over the world there are already heavy discussions about this – for most people – annoying sound. Why do people not like it? It doesn’t stop, no breaks, no dramaturgy at all…a steady ongoing buzz like a swarm of bees or hornets.
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