This is a photo of a Didgeridoo player I took when we visited the Fish Market area of Sydney two years ago. The music produced by the instrument is unique, loud and so deep it attracts people passing by.
The player is an Aboriginal bloke and was very competent, obviously making good hits with money donations in front of him from the people. Sometimes we also found a player of this instrument at the Darling Harbour area, in Circular Quay, in the Sydney business district along Pitt Street and during town festivals of any Sydney suburbs. Also, it’s been observed that every city around Australia have some good players there, too.
What is a Didgeridoo?
The didgeridoo is believed to be the world’s oldest wind instrument, dating back thousands of years. It originates as a musical instrument of the North Australian Aborigine. The didgeridoo is traditionally played accompanied with clap sticks and/or the clapping together of boomerangs in Corroborees (ceremonial dances). Players can also tap out rhythms on the side of the didgeridoo using fingers or sticks. A didgeridoo is traditionally made from one of many species of Eucalyptus branches or saplings. You can find more explanations of this topic from this link.