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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He knows some of the old songs and his son Patrick, an accomplished didjeridu player, has learned them.
Accordingly he includes the didjeridu, ancient Greek music, fugue, the New Orleans funeral cadence, fiddlers' reels, samba, the American popular song, eastern and near-eastern scales and "plain old home-town ditties".
Unaccompanied by clapsticks or didjeridu, women cry in long slow lines, revealing the travels of ancestral beings as a series of related ancestral events.
Among the many talented traditional artists performing at the festival is EMusic-featured didjeridu artist Stephen Kent and Trance Mission.
First United Methodist Church - Concerts at First presents Todd Johnson on the didjeridu at 4 p.
The rest of the ceremony and my evening alternates between self-reflection and the experience of the honeybees of the didjeridu sticking to me and me travelling with them.
With aboriginal drumming a prominent feature, the score also includes a major contribution for didjeridu, the instrument of primeval drones made famous in Rolf Harris' Sun Arise (Lichfield Festival at Lichfield Cathedral, 7.
The Didjeridu: From Arnhem Land to Internet, as the tide suggests is a collection of essays and interviews placing the didjeridu in a number of traditional, contemporary and unusual contexts.
Sculthorpe notes that this work was inspired by a walk in Kakadu's Valley of the Winds, with its exploration of open-string resonance intended to recall the didjeridu.
The concert will feature solo didjeridu numbers, followed by didjeridu with guitar and vocals and didjeridu with handbells.
Song texts and voice (and ultimately the ghost-given musical structures - melodic contours, stick-beating patterns, didjeridu patterns) reference both the ghostly and human worlds and draw attention to the fact that they are not entirely separate -- that they overlap in certain ways.
The richness of the music is enhanced by use of authentic ethnic instruments such as temple bells, bodhran, shawms, didjeridu and sundry whistles and pipes amidst the more familiar samples and programming.