Didjeridoo - Pinedale Online News, Wyoming www.paultaylor.ws) the didjeridoo /didjeridu / didgeridoo or Yidaki is an Aboriginal wind musical instrument traditionally played in the tropical north of Australia. It is generally a trunk of a eucalyptus tree that has been eaten out by termites. The trunk is cut down, the bark scraped off, the inside cleaned out and shaped and a mouthpiece of beeswax may be applied. Often the didjeridoo is then painted with clan or family designs. It is played mostly with a loose lip buzz and circular breathing.">
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According to Paul Taylorís website (www.paultaylor.ws) the didjeridoo /didjeridu / didgeridoo or Yidaki is an Aboriginal wind musical instrument traditionally played in the tropical north of Australia. It is generally a trunk of a eucalyptus tree that has been eaten out by termites. The trunk is cut down, the bark scraped off, the inside cleaned out and shaped and a mouthpiece of beeswax may be applied. Often the didjeridoo is then painted with clan or family designs. It is played mostly with a loose lip buzz and circular breathing.

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