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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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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.
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)
Each composition is very different in style, ranging from break-beat and organic didgeridoo techno, to trance and to ambient.
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.
When asked which Indian instrument we would like to play a medley with, he replies, " The tabla fascinates me as its beats would suit the rhythm of the didgeridoo.
Pupils Jack Lewis, Chelsea Campbell, Shannon Harris and Ryan McDonald with the didgeridoos and models of shelters they made as part of the Around The World in 80 Days topic as a change from the more traditional curriculum.
Didgeridoo enthusiasts are inviting people wanting to learn more about the instrument to get involved in Saltburn Didge Club.
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.
The story is beautifully illustrated by Trevor's mother Lillian, an artist for over 20 years who is renowned for her work on canvas and didgeridoos.
After all, wobble boards and didgeridoos don't have much street cred.
Curtis exclaimed after the rousing ``Riverdance''-esque production featuring the Malibu Ballet and wailing Scottish bagpipes, Aussie didgeridoos and electric guitars from Brother, a Celtic-aboriginal rock group.