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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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When he gave the digeridoo a hard shake he was stunned when a small black spider fell out.
The only things I will take are my guitar and my digeridoo and will wear my kilt the entire time I am there.
Their latest admirer is more accustomed to digeridoo rumblings than R'n'B cool cuts.
Alternative Scottish music with groovy rhythms on the bagpipes, digeridoo, fiddle and African drums.
Kamala also will accompany Huckabay on the digeridoo for portions of the concert.
There are photos of Rolf Harris on the set of the Animal Hos-pital TV show, performing with his band, playing the digeridoo and hiking at the Grand Canyon.
The line-up isn't as daft as it sounds, because The Fab Four might be belting it out again alongside the man with the digeridoo.
A soloist in the truest sense of the word, the 50-year-old singer plays six- and 12-string guitar, banjo, blues harp and washboard; he even takes a turn on the digeridoo on his new record.
Harris, who also plays digeridoo and wobble board, performed his new song, along with some older hits, at the Glastonbury festival earlier this summer.
Their technique of harmonic overtone chanting arises from the throat and has been compared to the resonance of a digeridoo.
Spear and boomerang throwing, as well as digeridoo playing and dancing, are all expertly demonstrated, and form part of the hands-on experience which is a must for all visitors Down Under.
And to be fair, watching Z-listers chewing bits of kangeroo's digeridoos - in either programme - had its appeal after watching Boro labour their way through what was a poor quality televised trial by boredom.