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September 05 , 2009

Sticks and Drones


Starting in around 1997, Ed Drury started interviewing didjeridu players, teachers, instrument makers, healers and others about every aspect of the Didjeridu scene in Australia, the UK, Canada and the United States. In their own words, members of the Didjeridu community talk candidly about their connection to the instrument and each other.

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