Presentation on theme: "David Blonski-Didjeridoo in the American Outback."— Presentation transcript:
David Blonski-Didjeridoo in the American Outback
David plays and makes different kinds of Didjeridoos
A Nice Turnout
One of David’s songs evoked images of dingoes, tree frogs, cicadas, kangaroos, Kukaburra birds and more.
A “trumpet” didj made from plastic pipe and kitchen traps
This is a travelling Didj, made in Utah of shoe leather. It travels from didj player to didj player. Each player signs the didg and makes a recording of themselves playing the didj. Later, the sounds can be compared to seen how climate, altitude, playing style etc. affects the didj.
This one is made out of a ram’s horn & plastic pipe
David explained different styles of aboriginal artwork
Forgot the name, but this is a flute from Japan
Not only did these girls get to try out a “golf tube” Didj, but they won the drawing for the giant white bear and got to take it home! (Hurray, it was huge and took up a lot of room at the library! Mom wasn’t as thrilled as the girls.)