Perhaps together we can find the answers to many heretofore unsolvable mysteries.
is for Didgeridoo
Is it an instrument? Is it a stick of wood? And most importantly, how can you get more than two octaves of notes from it, not to mention all the other cool sounds it can make?
The didgeridoo is from northern Australia and dates back over 1000 years. They can be 3 to 10 feet long. Didgeridoo players have to use circular breathing, meaning they continue to blow air into the didgeridoo while at the same time taking in breath.
Listen to how cool they sound. Wait! Before you listen, I need to explain this clip. It's by an awesome band called The Wicked Tinkers. They are a Scottish bagpipe band. This song has a cool didgeridoo introduction.
Now we have a whole new mystery: Bagpipes and a Didgeridoo? How did they come up with that combination?
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