Didgeridoo seminars

What is the Didgeridoo

The Didgeridoo is an air instrument from the Australian aboriginal people. It is traditionally made with an eucalyptus trunk that has been hollowed out by termites. The aboriginal people of Australia use the instrument for ceremonies and they decorate it with ochres  with sacred designs. The didgeridoo doesn’t have any finger holes or strings to change the sounds, everything is made by the player just by changing the position of his lips, tongue, jaw, this enables a big expression and individuality in didgeridoo music.

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Past workshops:
Introduction to Didgeridoo and concert, with Rodrigo Viterbo: 6 November 2010

See also:
Rodrigo with his didgeridoo on the beach of Xylokastro
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