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This Chapter Covers:
- What is a didgeridoo?
- Why play didj?
- How to play didj;
- Circular breathing.
- circular breathing: A breathing technique which allows you to maintain a continuous sound without asphyxiating.
- overtone toot: A higher note on the didgeridoo, also called a trumpet toot or tone. It’s a higher note in the overtone series.
- backpressure: The pressure created when blowing through a tube. The smaller the tube, the greater the backpressure.
- Yidaki: A didgeridoo made by an Aboriginal Australian using traditional harvesting, crafting, and decorating methods.
The Usual Resources:
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- …..Sound the Trumpet: How to Blow Your Own Horn
- …..Basic Music Theory: How to Read, Write, and Understand Written Music
- …..Basic Jazz Theory: Volume 1
- The Practice of Practice: a blog on music practice.
- Free mp3 examples from the book
- Other free printable practice aids
- Free trumpet video lessons
- Trumpet method books