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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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They note that the tall flower stem that the agave cactus (or "century plant") shoots skyward at the end of its life makes an unusually beautiful and deeply resonant didjeridoo.
Anyone who likes to dine while watching a live sheep sheared to music, or listening to a rumbling recitative on a didjeridoo, a hollowed-out log that aborigines call a musical instrument--this is the place for you.
One piece has Ondrej Smeykal guesting on the slide PVC didjeridoo.
Complete with conch shells, shofars, didjeridoos, natural horns, and an alphorn, the show entertained a sold-out audience at the First Presbyterian Church in Kirkwood.
Stands of colorfully painted didjeridoos adorn the sidewalks outside of traditional music stores, and Aboriginal art can also be seen in a colorful wall mural featuring two kangaroos on the main street.
I often spent my weekends hunting for magpie goose and flying fox, fishing for bream and barramundi I walked with women weavers through the bush searching for bark and plant roots to make 'bush colour' and with men for the eucalypts which had been eaten out by termites to be used for making didjeridoos.