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.