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Spontaneous Didgeridoo – Episode 2

In this episode, I head down to Bluffers Park in Scarborough during the Fall seasonal change on a rainy day.

This is a beautiful instrument, made of Brown Bloodwood (not the usual Red) with a big boar and thin walls. It is naturally hollowed out by termites and from Australia in the traditional fashion. It is a very resonant and classic sounding instrument, and one of my personal favourites that I own. Not that you’ll notice such particulars outside with wind and rain coming in. But all the same, I like to introduce the instruments. As the season is changing and I’m doing these all outdoors, this will likely be the last episode with a natural didgeridoo. In the cold weather, I’ll have to stick with synthetics.

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  1. Such an incredible sounds and performance man. I can see a whole FIT HOP routine to this. WOW

    Thanks for sharing Breau!!!

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    • the wind, as reflected in the reeds in the near background, seems to approve! what better harmony than that! thank you for taking your vibrations into nature and filming the event. well done. be well jleven

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