Didgeridooer

George Petrovsky

Thirlmere, Australia

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While visiting the Riverside Markets in Laurieton, on the Mid North Coast of NSW, I followed the music and found this bloke. He was blowing up a storm on this instrument, probably based on our Aboriginal didgeridoo, fashioned from a tree whose inside is eaten out by termites! They create an amazing variety of haunting sounds by being played somewhat like a brass instrument with a huge mouthpiece.
There were all manner of electronic doodads attached to this most unique instrument, including accompaniment on a keyboard! This bloke had also brought his own fan with him, but he’d have quite a few others!

OK: I’ll give him a free plug: He’s Dave Johnson and the banner is “Didgera”
You may want to look him up & check out his music.
You can also listen to some traditional Australian didgeridoo on the video John 44 has kindly added.

Nikon D80, Sigma 17-70mm lens @ 38mm, Program mode, 1/400 sec @ f 10, ISO 400, Pattern metering, Auto WB. Cropped from a much larger “candid” image in PS Elements 3, then mucked around with, using one of my own flowing water textures as background.

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