Professional didgeridoo made to order...
Professional didgeridoo made to order in the Didgeridoo studio. Beautifully hollowed out by woodworms. The whole is covered with clear varnish, not toxic to health.
Dimensions: mouthpiece - 2.2cm; bell - 5cm
Material: alder tree
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Didgeridoo - a wind instrument of Australian aborigines. Sometimes it is described as a natural wooden trumpet, musicologists classify it as aerofon.didgeridoo
There are no solid sources by which it would be possible to determine exactly when this instrument was invented, but it can often be found that it is one of the oldest wind instruments in the world. Archaeological research of Aboriginal rock paintings in northern Australia suggests that residents of the Kakadu region have been using didgeridoo for at least 1,500 years.
The name of the instrument itself does not come from any aboriginal word, nor is it onomatopoeia, as it is popularly believed, but it comes from the Irish expression "Dudaire Dubh" meaning literally "black trumpeter". The word appeared for the first time in print in 1926. Among the aborigines of northern Australia there are many names of this instrument, the most popular of these is yirdaki originating from the Yolngu tribe, other popular names are magu, kanbi, ihambilbilg.
Didgeridoo has the shape of a pipe, usually 1 to 1.5 m long, shorter or longer instruments are very rare. Usually, the longer the instrument, the lower the sound, the most common is the digeridoo playing from d to fis.