The Didgeridoo Phenomenon

From Ancient Times to the Modern Age - History - Development - Trade - Ecology - Building Instructions

Frank Geipel, Charlie McMahon, Djalu Gurruwiwi, Lloyd Hollenberg, Alistair Black

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A cult instrument throughout the ages
In this literary work some of the world's most important and renowned authorities write authentic contributions on the topic didgeridoo for the very first time. This provides the reader with an exciting and practical book about this fascinating instrument.
Here the digeridoo beginner, those with a scientific interest or also the professional instrument builder, can find a wealth of knowledge, facts and tips about everything to do with the didgeridoo. For the first time in history, for instance, a dignitary of the ancient indigenous people of Australia speaks out and reveals his knowledge as custodian of the Yidaki.
Comprehensive instructions enable readers to build their own didgeridoos out of local wood from indigenous trees. By referring to this book even the beginner can plan the sound quality and playing characteristics of his or her instrument before building it.
This reference work reveals profound knowledge and revolutionary ideas to the professional didge maker.

'A must for everyone who is looking for the competence to have a real say in the matter and build instruments. The latest planning methods and specific building designs are shown for the for the first time.'

'Well-founded basic knowledge to provide a basis for coming debates is finally available. I can recommend the book. It will change people's attitude to the didgeridoo'


Einband gebundene Ausgabe
Herausgeber David Lindner
Seitenzahl 269
Altersempfehlung 16 - 99 Jahr(e)
Erscheinungsdatum 27.09.2004
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-3-933825-42-1
Verlag Traumzeit-Verlag
Maße (L/B/H) 24.9/17.4/2.2 cm
Gewicht 658 g
Abbildungen schwarz-weiss Illustrationen, Tabellen, schwarz-weiss, Raster, schwarz-weiss
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