Working from home special: Didgeridoo tutorial

Didgeridoo is a very simple music instrument that has been used by native Australians for thousand years. It’s used for many purposes including story telling. Native Australians tell their history to younger generations by music and stories.

A native Australian aborigine playing didgeridoo (photo by Graham Crumb Imagicity.com, CC BY-SA 3.0)

While working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I got bored so grabbed my didgeridoo and played it for fun (again). Haven’t played it for some time so gotta practice a bit more (so it would sound better!).

Last night, I turned on Live Video on my Facebook page (@REEAConsulting) and did an impromptu didgeridoo tutorial. If you want to learn how to play this instrument, then watch the video. There will be more coming in following days (or weeks…).

OK, what if you don’t have that ‘stick‘? Well, you can actually use a plumbing PVC pipe if it’s at least 1.5m long and the diameter is just about 3 quarters of your mouth size (so you can cover half of your mouth by the diameter). Then you can blow! Try it in a plumbing shop next time! ^_+

OK, here comes the video series on my Facebook page, Part I: introduction to this simple but fun native Australian instrument, Didgeridoo. No music talent is needed to play (and this is not a talent show, either. ^_<).

Hope this adds some fun to your isolation lives at home.


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Note: The featured image of this post has its credit to Graham Crumb (Imagicity.com, CC BY-SA 3.0)

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