How to Play Deep Didgeridoos 

 August 2, 2020

By  Ben

In this short lesson, I explain what I discovered while learning to play long, deep didgeridoos (from low B-flat to low G).

It is important to warm up the interior of the didge, learn to catch the drone (even if only briefly), then use a much gentler “squeezing” circular breathing motion so that you don’t expel too much air too quickly, particularly when catching the pressure again with lung air.

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