In Didj In Us «» 2007
Didjeridu Gathering, a Photo Gallery
Prindel Creek Farm, Tidewater,
Google Earth Placemark
"The didjeridu of the Australian aboriginal people is an ancient
and deceptively simple instrument, consisting of a length cut from a narrow tree
trunk or branch and hollowed by the successive action of fire and termites. Skilled
players, however, are able to produce a wide repertoire of interesting musical
effects including a rhythmic drone, striking timbre changes, and sounds that
are voiced as well as played." Acoustics Australia,
Vol 24, pp 11-15 (1996).
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