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Tagging System For Western Australian Didgeridoo Log Cutting
Tagging System in Western Australia The Department of Conservation and Land Management (CALM) of Western Australia introduced a physical tagging system for didgeridoos collected in Western Aust
Australian Aboriginal Art,History and Information
AUSTRALIAN ABORIGINAL ART Indigenous Australian art today is recognized throughout Australia and the world for its strength and vitality. Our Art has come from traditions that emphasizes the continuo
Lies Beijerinck - Player Profile
“Didge mother of Holland”, Lies Beijerinck has been playing didgeridoo since 1993. Busking on the streets she developed her own style and soon was discovered by the Amsterdam dance scene.
Charlie McMahon - Player Profile
Charlie McMahon took up playing the didjeridu as a child, long before it became popular outside its home in the tropical north, and has become the most acclaimed didjeridu player in Austr
Jeremy Donovan - Player Profile
Jeremy is a descendant of both the Gumbaiingirr and KuKu-Yalanji tribes and has been playing didgeridoo in both traditional and contemporary performances for over 6 years. Widely accla
Dr Bruce Copley - Player Profile
For thousands of years the Australian didgeridoo has undergone very few changes in its traditional design and playing technique. In recent years a handful of players and designers seek
Ash Dargan - Player Profile
Ash Dargan, an Australian indigenous recording artist world renowned for his mastery on the Didgeridoo has been pushing the boundaries of contemporary world music for the last eight years. His distin
In the News
Inside you will find all sorts of interesting, fun, complex and simple Didgeridoo news and information articles. From the Didgeridoo at the Olympics to important concert dates and all sorts of other
Jesse Lethbridge of Indijika - Player Profile
Photos     Interview How long have you been playing the Didgeridoo/Yidaki? I started playing 12 years ago after being invited t
Didgeridoo Buying Guide. All you need to know to buy a Didgeridoo online!
Welcome Is it time for you to buy a Didgeridoo? How do you buy a Didgeridoo online? Do you need information to help you buy a Didgeridoo? Here at Didgeridoo Breath we love, live and breathe Did
The Word Didgeridoo
The Word Didgeridoo What I am about to tell you may come as a surprise! The word didgeridoo is not an aboriginal word for the instrument! That is why you can find the word spelled many different ways
Making A Yidaki In Arnhemland
During a recent visit to Arnhem Land (Yirrkala, Nhulunbuy, Ski Beach), we had the privilege of spending time with Djalu Gurruwiwi and his family (Djalu is a senior member of the Galpu skin clan, Yo
Aboriginal Names For The Didgeridoo
There are many different Aboriginal names for the instrument, primarily because there are so many different language groups amongst the Aboriginal people. In T.B. Wilson's Narrative of a Voyage Round
The Didgeridoo Today
The Didgeridoo Today Today, traditional aboriginal custodians of the didgeridoo, teach the didgeridoo Master Class at the annual Garma Festival in the Northern Territory. Every year they share the did
Women Playing The Didgeridoo
We reckon it is awesome how tracing back as far as documented and known history allows, many musical instruments originated primarily for ceremonial, celebration or spiritual functions. Also fascinat
Sleep Apnoea and Snoring - Significant Improvement by Playing The Didgeridoo
Learning to play the Didgeridoo can significantly improve your quality of life! “In one person, the apnoea-hypopnoea index decreased from 17 to 2.” (BMJ - British Medical Journal, 23 Decembe
Didgeridoo FAQ's
Didgeridoo FAQs •    Will my Didgeridoo Crack? •    How Do I Repair a Cracked Didgeridoo? •    Can I learn to play the Didgeridoo? •    Is
Replacing Beeswax Mouthpieces
Replacing the Mouthpiece Australian Eucalyptus Didgeridoo mouthpieces are generally made out of beeswax. Many eucalyptus trees have an opening too large to be able to play comfortably, theref
Traveling With Your Didgeridoo
Traveling with your Didgeridoo Here are a couple of tips for you if you intend to travel with your didgeridoo. Pack your instrument safely First of all, pack your Didgeridoo for safe travel: It is im
Didgeridoo Facts and Interesting Information
Above: Sanshi explains the didgeridoo basics, What is a Didgeridoo and how to make the drone sound If you're interested in buying a didgeridoo, make sure you check out our Didgeridoo Buyers Guide