Thursday, July 07, 2005

Secrets of skilled didgeridoo playing revealed

"It's easy to produce a simple sound but virtuoso didgeridoo playing involves tricky breathing and a certain way of opening the vocal tract, Australian physicists said on Wednesday.
The unusual instrument, which originated in northern Australia and is made from the trunk of a tree hollowed out by termites, usually plays only one note.
But skilled performers can produce a range of resonating sounds."

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