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The didgeridoo is an ancient woodwind instrument that originated with the Aborigines at least two thousand years ago in the northern territory of Australia (Arnhemland). Although it is a traditional instrument it is now also played by musicians across the world in a more contemporary way. Aborigines sometimes play in their traditional didgeridoo style according to the clan (group) and nowadays they can also play as individuals in a more contemporary fashion. Traditional Aboriginal music contains musical instruments such as the didgeridoo, clapsticks, hand clapping etc. The Aborigines call the didgeridoo a Yidaki (or other names) and not didgeridoo – which is more a western term.
On this site you will find some information and articles relating to the didgeridoo and sound.
John Thorpe’s Music & Performance website