Monday, July 2, 2018

Newbie With the #Didgeridoo

I got Isaak a Didgeridoo for $5 on his birthday. There was a sight where you could register you school, and in turn get $40 gift card. Yay!


We've been watching some videos on how to play + he went to a class at the library on how to play.

Is he great yet? With a Didgeridoo it's more about training your lip muscles than anything else. He's getting there.



Have you ever played a non traditional instrument? If so, what was it?


I like the Didgeridoo mixed with other things. My favorite artist that uses it quite a bit is Xavier Rudd. I blogged about him once here.

4 comments:

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love the sound they make! I bet he loves practicing with it. $5 is a steal for it!

Ai Sakura said...

I love the sound digeridoos make and the culture that surrounds it. You know that women aren't "allowed" to play it, right? In the aboriginal culture there's a myth that it will cause infertility in women if they do, especially in public or in ceremonies..

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

alissa apel said...

@Ai

I didn't know women weren't supposed to play! I guess I've never seen them play, so it makes sense.

I'm done having kids. I wonder if that matters then?

~ Noelle said...

How fun!!!!
I love how creative and talented your kids are!

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