DIDGERIDOO - SALES & INFORMATION
The didgeridoo (didjeridu)The didgeridoo, traditionally played by men in ceremony, is a purely Aboriginal invention and is thought to be the world's oldest wind instrument. The didgeridoo is deceptively simple in design but is, in fact, a complicated instrument. A termite-hollowed didgeridoo tends to be wider in diameter at the bottom than the top, which creates unusual resonant frequencies. The vocalisations and circular breathing technique required to play it initiate sound wave interactions between the players' lips and vocal tract, and within the instrument itself. This creates the didgeridoo's distinctive sound.