That’s a question that is far from being obvious! How many musicians take the time to listen to their instrument? We are all with our ideas, our will, our desire to say things. But have we ever thought of listening to what the didgeridoo has to say? In this article…
We are starting this series of interviews with David Desfois, a didgeridoo crafter who lives in central Brittany (Fr). In 2005, David created his company kan ar c’hoad, officially starting his activity as a didgeridoo crafter. Over the years, he has become a crafter recognized for the quality of his work and his capacity for innovation. So without further ado, let’s go to the questions!
A didgeridoo is like a human being, it has its own character! It can be head up or downright heavy. All players will tell you, a didgeridoo is unique. So what defines the character of a didgeridoo?
Do you want to learn the didgeridoo? Did a friend quickly show you how to make a didgeridoo sound? And then after ? I bet you’re not sure where to go ?! Here are 10 tips to help you and anyone else who feels lonely along the way.
Hello breath friend!
Have you ever noticed that sonorous tribes inhabit your didgeridoo? And that it was possible to walk towards them thanks to two supports which are intuition and intellect? We have nothing to envy of the Lords of the Rings! In each of our didgeridoos live many creatures.
Are you passionate about the didgeridoo? Can’t do without this drug anymore? Good news, I have THE recipe that will disgust you.
If the Australian Aborigines were certainly among the first to discover the technique of circular breathing, the didgeridoo is far from being the only one to use this breathing technique. I offer you a little discovery of traditional instruments also using this good old circular breathing!