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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How You Play It!? HowIt's Made! The Didgeridoo The Didgeridoo Originated in Australia! Fun Facts!! Fun Facts!! - Many modern didgeridoo enthusiasts and manufacturers in America and Europe make didgeridoos out of various hardwoods bored and turned on a lathe, or out of materials such as plastic or metal pipe - The various tone colors result from characteristic pitches called formants overlaying the fundamental note. The same phenomenon distinguishes vowels in speech.The formants that emerged from the didgeridoo were associatedwith strong resonances in the vocal tract - As an alternative to termite-hollowed Eucalyptus logs, there is also a traditional history of didgeridoos made out of bamboo - The didgeridoo is a wind instrument through which the player blows a steady stream of air while vibrating the lips, which are placed snugly on the mouthpiece but also kept loose so that they "flap." - Successful playing, particularly for advanced levels, requires blowing and flapping for as long as possible and maintaining a steady airflow Cup mouthpiece Trumpets/trombones Simple/primitive trumpets Didgeridoo - Stephen Kent, - Alastair Black, - Rolf Harris,- Graham "Dr. Didg" Wiggins, -David Blanatji Didgeridoo Family Tree Didgeridoo Family Tree Frequently described as a "natural wooden trumpet", didgeridoos are typically 1-1.5 meters (3-5 feet) in length. Noted Musicians Noted Musicians Wood Instraments Wood Instraments - Researchers have suggested it may be the world's oldest musical instrument, over 40,000 years old. Jadyn Coleman Jadyn Coleman
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