The didgeridoo has recently become one of the most popular Australian souvenir items. This Aboriginal musical instrument has been used for many thousands of years and is well known for its strange, mysterious droning sound. traditionally, an Aborigine would go into nature and listen intensely to animal sounds, not just voices but also the flapping of wings or the thump of feet on the ground. The Aborigine would also listen to the sounds of wind, thunder, trees creaking, and water running. The essences of all these sounds were played with as much accuracy as possible within the droning sound of the didjereedoo. For the Aborigine, the observation of nature immediately requires a state of empathy, which leads to am imitative expression Ref Voices of the First Day Published by Inner Traditional

Product Features

  • Imported from Australia
  • Authentic hand painted aboriginal art
  • Termite eaten Great sound, low bases, comes with bees waxed mouth opening
  • Didgeridoo’s come in various colors and designs
  • Naturally curved and knotted