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Frequently asked questions
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How is the didgeridoo played?
On the didgeridoo you blow on a mouthpiece with an opening of about 3 cm diameter. Putting your mouth against the mouthpiece and vibrating your lips produces the didgeridoo's basic tone.
How long does it take to master circular breathing?
That is different, but with regular practice you can learn circular breathing within a few days.
What should you look for when buying a didgeridoo online?
The main things to look for when buying a didgeridoo are that it has a minimum length of 120cm, a mouthpiece about 3cm in diameter. A didgeridoo doesn't have to be expensive. A bamboo, teak, pvc or mahogany didgeridoo is a good didgeridoo to start with.
What is a didjeridu?
An Australian Aboriginal wind instrument in the form of a long wooden tube, traditionally made from a hollow branch, which is blown to produce a deep, resonant sound, varied by rhythmic accents of timbre and volume.
How do you play a didgeridoo?
On the didgeridoo you blow on a mouthpiece, possibly with beeswax, with an opening of about 3 cm diameter. Placing your mouth against the mouthpiece and vibrating your lips produces the basic didgeridoo tone. Didgeridoo playing is not difficult. Most get a sound out of the didgeridoo within 10 minutes
Is the purchase of an online didgeridoo course against snoring or apnea reimbursed by the health insurance fund?
A course against snoring or apnea (OSAS) is usually (partially) reimbursed. In any case, you will always receive an invoice with a description of your purchase. In any case, check with your health insurer!
Can anyone learn circular breathing?
Yes, everyone young and old can learn circular breathing.
Do didgeridoos have multiple tones?
Each didgeridoo has its own basic tone. This unique tone provides the basic tone and resonance that, in addition to the shape of the didgeridoo, is a major part of the sound. The most commonly used and loved keys are those between a C and an E tone. Our team at Australian Treasures are happy to advise you on choosing the right didgeridoo. Send an email to email@example.com