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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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Johnson still sells didgeridoos today, made from thick leather--some finished with native-looking patterns, others with novelty designs such as animals or recognizable masks.
AFESTIVAL celebrating the didgeridoo and other forms of world music will hit a famous beauty spot in Wales again this summer.
Rock art dating back between 1500 and 2000 years has been found with images of didgeridoos and didgeridoo-playing people.
LEARN THE 'DIDGE' AND SNORE NO MORE Followers of my column will know I like new challenges and my latest is to learn to play the didgeridoo.
UNIQUE SOUND: Birdsedge First School children made didgeridoos as part of Australia week (s)
I make my didgeridoos with bamboo, which is a lovely material; it's very resonant and easier to play than a hardwood didgeridoo, which would be made out of eucalyptus in Australia.
Didgeridoo masters Stephen Kent and Ondrej Smeykal are in concert at 8 p.
IT'S his first visit to India from Down Under but didgeridoo player William Barton has definitely struck the right notes.
For younger students who find the dot painting technique difficult, stick-on dots can be used to create a similar effect, or an older student can assist with creating a pattern that can then be colored and pasted onto the didgeridoo.
MAKING didgeridoos was part of Finham primary school's ground-breaking around the world in 80 days topic for year six pupils.
Musician Kevin Serginson, who is also a primary school teacher, said: "We teach people to play the instrument, give advice on buying didgeridoos and also have performances.
And at least the crowing of English cricket fans will give us all a break from those side-splitting references to convicts, didgeridoos and Aussie bar staff.