Didgeridoo & Dreamtime Pipe

The didgeridoo is the wind instrument of the Aborigines, the indigenous people of Australia. Considered one of the oldest musical instruments in the world, it is made from a eucalyptus branch naturally hollowed out by termites.

The dreamtime pipe, also a wind instrument, comes from Arizona, USA, made from cactus and played using the same technique as the didgeridoo.

The basis of didgeridoo music is the vibrating primal tone and a special breathing technique. Through circular breathing, the instrument emits a constant sound, combining primal tone, overtones and rhythms to weave diverse and exciting sound patterns that fascinate and move one.

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