The Didgeridoo, also called a Yidaki, is a primitive instrument dating back
40,000 years. It is created and played by the aborigines of northern Australia.
The instrument is typically made from the stringy bark or eucalyptus sapling.
The didgeridoo is considered a percussion instrument because of its drone tone
and the way it has been used historically. Some history books show the
traditional Aborigines seated with a didgeridoo and clap sticks and other wood
type instruments for percussion.
Recorded live utilizing the Heinz Wildhagen analog technology, Clearaudio takes
great pride in creating this highest quality audiophile recording. Mystic
Percussion Didgeridoo is the result of an impromptu recording session of six
musicians. Upon listening, the incredible possibilities of expression of the
didgeridoo is realized which is enhanced by vocals and percussion instruments.
• 180g Vinyl
Dirk Jahn, Didgeridoo, mouthbow, udu-drum
Knut Jahn, Didgeridoo, Cajon, udu-drum, darbuka
Yvonne Tham, vocals
Tim Brown, guitar, whistle, bongos, shaker
Robert Siegert, Djembe, shaker, Cajon
Christian Bürkner, cabasa, shaker, caxixi, darbuka
1. Warm Up
2. Percussion Jungle
3. Happy Breathing
6. Arabian romance
8. Ping pong
9. Horse rider