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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"I grew up listening to Western pop music and heavy metal, so the sound of the didgeridoo was entirely new and it touched something deep inside me.
The dad-of-one, 39, said: "I couldn't quite believe the police were spending all this time and resources on a man with a didgeridoo."
Mark, 39, from Mere Green, said he had been carrying a large white plastic waste pipe which he uses as a homemade didgeridoo.
The didgeridoo, already mentioned, comes courtesy of Chris Thorn, one of the country's finest Didge experts, and who runs a healing centre in Oswestry which includes Didgeridoo Sound Healing among the therapies offered.
The peace prize was handed out to Milo Puhan, Alex Suarez, Christian Lo Cascio, Alfred Zahn, Markus Heitz, and Otto Braendli who showed that playing the didgeridoo five times a week for four months could cure people of sleep apnea and rid them of snoring.
The didgeridoo has a cult-like following around the world, popularized by its unique sound and relative ease to play.
Elementary Didgeridoo Festival will take place in August on the picturesque grounds of the Baskerville Hall hotel in Clyro, near Hay-on-Wye.
It is the sound of the didgeridoo (DID-juh-ree-doo), perhaps the oldest musical instrument on Earth.
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.
Celebrate the life of Todd Johnson - a master didgeridoo player, musician and teacher who died a year ago - with a Concerts at First show at 4 p.m.
Summary: DUBAI -- Exciting acrobatic performances from the US, fast folk dances of Argentina's El Trebol and the Australian didgeridoo performances are all part of the finale show before Global Village closes its curtains this month.