Didgeridus - Didjeridu Miscellany - Didje Mania!
A Swedish language web site about Australia, Australian Aboriginal culture and didgeridoos. Lots of information and features to explore in this
A huge didgeridoo site compiled and maintained by Ed Drury, Oregon-based didjeridu player, teacher and webmaster. A must for didj heads!
Super comprehensive site with didge making & playing tutorials, didge music CD's, tutorial CD, California yucca didges for sale, much else
Didgeridoo Forum in german language
Didgeridoo Information and Links
This new didgeridoo site provides some excellent information, sound files and a selection of useful links. Well worth a visit!
Didgeridoo Tribe Players Community
Full featured didgeridoo players community site for articles, resources, forums, profiles, email, music downloads and more.
Heaps of links and info about didjes and didj events. Loads of international links, worth having a look at.
Links to three lists compiled by different authors
A brief history contributed by various authors
KoSA international percussion workshop
Annual workshop & festival-week long in mid-summer. Hands on intensive workshop in all percussion areas with the biggest artists, at Castleton
State College, Vermont, USA.
Listen to my Didgeridoo
A Dutch didgeridoo site with lots of info about Didges, photos of the Sfinks Workshop 1999, held in Belgium, other didge activities, info about
Didge CD's etc
Remega personal homepage
Another didjeridoo web site from Holland - this one, in Dutch language, is a personal web site by an enthusiastic didjeridu fan.
The Physics of the Didjeridu
From the physicists perspective the didjeridu is an excellent example of an instrument that depends on the standing waves of a cylindrical tube
closed at one end....
Didgeridoos: Learn to Play and Circular Breathing
Nicely-designed pages on ancient indigenous culture, how to play the didgeridoo, didj books and CDs, how to make didgeridoos, bush heritage,
bush tucker, birds and animals of the Australian continent and more
Didjeridu Digest about circular breathing
Text file about circular breathing and other topics - newsgroup transcript from Didgeridoo digest
In this section you will find lessons, hints, tips and audio samples to help you to learn to play and enjoy the didjeridu.
- Circular Breathing
In this lesson you should learn the basic idea of circular breathing. This does not mean to say that you will be able to circular breathe, but
you will be along the path to getting it.
Didjeridu Tutorial - Harmonics
A text-only tutorial buy the same author
Learn to Play the Didjeridu
A text-only tutorial by Mike Webster
Learn to Play the Didjeridu with Ed Drury
Booklet and tape cassette by Ed Drury
Trommelschulz- Rhythmus ist alles
A didgeridoo player offers a German-language guide to playing the didg
Web site's language: German
More Didj Links
Authentic Aboriginal didgeridoo from Mainz Didgeridoos
Koogarah - Didgeridoos und Aboriginal Products
Bellingham Mystical Didjs: Jorge Conesa's didj
Didjeridoo making and playing with other interesting links. From the north west of the USA.
CSIRO Termite information
Information about termites.
De Didje Beginners Gids
Another attractive didgeridoo site - mainly in the Dutch language.
Didgeridoo back to the roots - Bookmarks
German language site with German and worldwide links
Charles Reny has put together a great site with lots of interesting content, including a flash presentation which lets you play several didjes
at once. Wow!
Didj - the musical instrument of traditional Australian culture
Here you will find services that may help you learn more about the didjeridu, or help you in performing or teaching others more about the instrument.
Didjeridu Related Links
A large collection of well-maintained links about didjeridoos by Ed Drury, organised into sections which include: Players, Articles, Stores,
Instruction, Ethnomusicology, Making Didjeridus, Gatherings and Ensembles.
Didjeridu UK .org
Resources for didjeridu players in the UK performing, listening, communicating, buying, selling. A great site for pommie didjheads!
Dreamtime: A Didjeridu Resource
The objective of this site is to serve the interests of the growing population of didjeridu players around the net world.
Jonjb's Build your own Musical Instruments Page!
Includes advice on how to build didjeridoos out of cardboard and PVC - and you can listen to the sounds they make! Also can drums, plastic tube
flutes, cigar box zithers... you don't need cash to make music! There's more at Jonjb's My Favourite Things ,www.angelfire.com/fl/jonsdir/Musicpage.html,
PVC Didge-Making and Bamboo & Teak Didge-Modification
This page is dedicated to all didgeridoo enthusiasts who would like to try their hand at creating a PVC or plastic pipe didge or would like to
modify their bamboo and/or teak wood didgeridoo to sound more like a eucalyptus didgeridoo.
The Didge Links List
A huge list of didj links. Titles only - no descriptions
The Worldwide Didgeridoo Webring
Very comprehensive Links to Didgeridu sites
Didgeridoo Music from around the World
Three unique didgeridoo music compilations available on CD - and you can customise your own CDs. Very cool!
Indigenous Australia Worldwide
Go here to find some great didj music. You can listen to samples of the CD`s for sale. There is also an interactive virtual didj section.
Online Australian Music.
OzWorld - Australian Music to the World
Streaming Music online - various Australian contemporary including some indigenous
Tanais' Didjeridu Page
Some didj sound files to download
The Didgeridoo Page
Links to didjeridu music and musicians
Didjeridoo Players and Teachers
Andy Graham's One Man Band
Web site of a multi-talented American musician who always seems to pack a few didjes for his show!
Didjeridu Player List
Extensive list - players can add themselves
Become part of The Didjshop
Dr. Didg, a UK based trio led by physicist Dr. Graham Wiggins (Dr Didg is a nickname coined while Graham tested didgeridoos in the physics lab).
Graham has studied the instrument with native peoples and written extensively on the physics of its sound. The band's music was described by
'Pulse' as "didgeridoo wizardy".