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A blend of contemporary tongue articulation practice and traditional and avantrad textures. The nature of this beast is that it likes to be pushed and then it will truly shine. Amazingly high overtones, amazing sensitivity to all tongue movements. Superloud- good for busking, very rich and precise – good for recording! [...]
For a long while I have been specializing in the art of long didgeridoos. At some point I have realized my skills for making a shorter didgeridoo are lagging. So I chose a very moderately sized log of an unknown (to me) Australian Eucalyptus species and I said to myself. OK, is it possible to bring this log to the moment where precision, power and aliveness meet? [...]
This is the shortest didgeridoo we have, but with one of the most stunning appearances. It is a nice little didgeridoo, playing moderately loud and fairly easy, and one of the rare Duende examples that surpass their sound by their looks. This little stick has drier sound, in a good way. It is not so short, and bell is not so small in common sense, but when compared to other instruments in this place, it is… [...]
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