The didgeridoo is an ancient instrument of the Aborigines of Australia, but the discovery of its rhythmic and harmonic richness has only been in the West for a few years. This work gives all the essential advice needed to test, appreciate and buy a didgeridoo. the many exercises and sound samples given on the CD let you appreciate the acoustic qualities and playing potential of the didgeridoo.When you hold your hand about 3 3/4 inches in front of your mouth you should be able to feel the air slightly as it flows over your hand while ... Remember, there are 150 muscles around your mouth alone, and you have to use most of these to play the didgeridoo. ... The goal of this exercise is to give you the physical ability to blow the air out in a continuous uninterrupted stream using circular breathing.
|Author||:||Mel Bay Publications, Incorporated|
|Publisher||:||Mel Bay Publications - 2011-01-24|