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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
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
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
Didgeridoos and Cracks
Didgeridoos and Cracking I just love working with wood. I love the smell of the different timbers as you cut and sand. I love crafting, shaping and finding the Didgeridoo inside every log. I love lis
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
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
Goma - Player Profile
In the 1998 Arnhemland Barunga Didgeridoo Competition, Goma received The Northern Land Council prize (judged by Galarrwuy Yunupingu),surprised audiences by being the first non-Aboriginal to be rec
Didgeridoo Maintenance
Didgeridoo maintenance is necessary and simple. If left standing for long periods sometimes insects and spiders make a home from the inside, dust, spit, possibly lunch and the residue from a full
Sanshi's Diary - Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass 2009
Hi, it’s Sanshi from Didge Breath here! This year I attended the 2009 Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass. Feel free to read my diary and look at some photos… The Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass 2009 was held