Learn to Play the Didjeridu

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Guide to playing the Australian Aboriginal instrument the didjeridu. Five lessons, chapters on meditation, story telling and sleep apnea. More

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Words: 13,580
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465970251
About Ed Drury

Ed Drury is a composer and multi instrumentalist who writes music for theatre, film and television. He plays in the region of 60 instruments including members of the woodwind, brass, strings and percussion sections and in his spare time he performs, teaches and writes about the Australian Didgeridoo. Ed has featured on countless albums over the years by literally hundreds of artists from around the globe.

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Review by: Mike Cooley on Sep. 02, 2011 :
I've heard Ed play the didjeridu. He's amazing. So I couldn't pass up reading about how in the hell he gets all those cool sounds out of a hollow stick. I made my own didjeridu out of pvc and wax, and it's a deceptively difficult instrument to play. But it's so cool, and primal, and when your breath resonates properly it can be a very mystical experience.

Ed is a master player, and a master teacher. This guide is written in a very clear and description fashion. And he explains all the different sounds you can make, and how to get them. If you want to learn didjeridu, this is all you need.
Ed's book, and the instrument.

Breath control can lead you places you've never been. And the sounds are amazing. Buy this book. It's a STEAL at 99 cents.

And then listen to Ed's music. And be amazed.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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