Instant New Bees Wax Didgeridoo Mouthpiece

How to fix a new wax mouthpiece to your didgeridoo – instantly! We sell these pre-made easy wax mouthpieces direct from our website – You have a choice of organic UK beeswax or a special sugarbag blend! Why not arrange a visit to come and see our massive collection of authentic Aboriginal didgeridoos & art.

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Wednesday, December 15th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 32 Comments

How to Play Didgeridoo Course This video course will teach you how to play the didgeridoo. It is taught in a contemporary style to teach you everything from creating the first sounds to circular breathing. This course is perfect for someone who is a beginner or intermediate player. For more information and to get the free lessons mentioned in the video, please visit

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Saturday, December 4th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 6 Comments

“Meet the Stars” Didgeridoo Masterclasses, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

Next “Meet the Stars” is 31 July – 5 August 2010. “Meet the Stars” Didgeridoo Masterclasses: Contact us for more details:

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Friday, November 19th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 35 Comments

UK LONDON DIDGERIDOO SHOP – What is a Didgeridoo?

The beginner may wish to know a little more about the didgeridoo, where it comes from, who makes them, and what is an authentic Aboriginal instrument? The didgeridoo traditionally comes from the Northern Territory of Arnhem Land, Australia. In the NE Arnhem Land it is referred to as the ‘Yidaki’ and in Western Arnhem Land it is called the ‘Mago.’ Out of all the didgeridoos sold throughout the world, just 1% are crafted and painted in the traditional way by an Indigenous Aboriginal. If you are looking to buy or give a didgeridoo as a gift, try to avoid a teak or bamboo copy which robs the Indigenous Aborigines of their cultural heritage; the consumer can make a difference and help the traditional Aboriginal crafts people by choosing to by an authentic traditional instrument from a reputable source. In this way your purchase will help the Indigenous Aboriginal rather than taking from them. However, if you are a beginner and are hesitant about the intial investment of buying an authentic quality instrument, we suggest you first buy a piece of plastic pipe to practice on rather than buying a teak or bamboo copy. We can supply a beginner’s platic pipe for this purpose (or you can make your own) and we refund the small cost when you buy an authentic traditional didgeridoo. Please visit our Didgeridoo Shop in London UK

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Thursday, November 11th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 20 Comments

Peter ‘Chainsaw’ Atjpurrki, didgeridoo solo

Wangga didgeridoo solo recordings are rare. This short video clip provides good comparative material for those interested in overtone-absent styles of play. The contrast between Wangga didgeridoo accompaniment as demonstrated by Peter, and Gunborrk accompaniment that we are familiar with (ie. Darryl Digarrnga) is interesting, though of course stylistic (as opposed to formal or technical) differences cannot be ruled out. You be the judge!

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Tuesday, September 14th, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 32 Comments

Darryl Dykarrna – Mago Didgeridoo Master Class

Darryl Dikarrna. Darryl D. play the Didgeridoo in Darwin Fest. 2007. Darryl is one of the senior artists and Mago (Didjeridu) master of The White Cockatoo Performing Group. Darryl was born at the Mudginberri outstation near Ubirr rock in what is now the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory of Australia. He grew up at the Gochanjinyjirra outstation near the Maningrida community in Western Arnhem Land. The languages Darryl speaks include Mayali and Kuninjku, and his social affiliation or moiety is Yirritja. “Your comment is important in this video”

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Friday, September 3rd, 2010 Play Didgeridoo 25 Comments