Doongal Aboriginal Art & Artefacts Kuranda

View of didgeridoos Doongal Aboriginal Art & Artefacts in Kuranda, Australia. Didgeridoos are possibly the world’s oldest wind instrument. They are made from tree trunks and branches that have been hollowed out by termites. The sound is unique with low-pitch resonant sounds expressed with rhythmic patterns by the player. The droning sound that is produced is often used in film when Australia or Aboriginals are featured.


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