didgeridoo

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didgeridoo

Music a deep-toned native Australian wind instrument made from a long hollowed-out piece of wood
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His predominant use of unusually long didges and "extensions" of up to 4 meters in length enable him to play incredibly deep tones and to produce a much wider range of sounds and overtones than are possible on regular didgeridoos.
Didge stomped her high heels and pointed at the door.
Australian slang for "the real thing," the ridgy didge turned out to be a crepe filled with a gloriously tooth rotting combination of banana, rum, cinnamon and maple syrup topped with lashings of cream and ice cream.
Anyone can use my didge," he commented as I prepared to leave, "but traditionally, women shouldn't play one.
For all the didge playing and the folk singing and the rather surreal Polynesian hip-hop, what the crowd really wanted to hear was your man.
Tesco has a trio of good value Aussies with the Ridgy Didge Limestone Coast Sauvignon Blanc, Ridgy Didge Limestone Coast Merlot and Ridgy Didge Limestone Coast Shiraz down from PS6.
The three hip hoppers - Bobak Walker, Laura Simpson and Dan Didge Ovel - are seasoned b-boy dancers from Leeds.
Loving husband of Didge and loving father to Jason, Blake, Luke, Aaron and Adam, grandfather to Kian and Niamh, brother to Paddy and Michael.
With pounding, percussive didge, it offers up a short, repeated message - this time about a shifting world amid slow-moving governments.
Meet Donk and Didge - the baby emus who are the latest attractions at Redcar's Kirkleatham Owl Centre.
Didge Jay: Combining tribal harmonies and spirituality, his music resonates with the diverse frequencies of the Aboriginal didgeridoo.
TREANOR Mai Beloved mother and mother-in-law of Thomas and Didge, adopted nan of Adam, Luke, Blake and Aaron.