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With just his hands, Australian boy can mimic the didgeridoo
A 9 year-old-boy is able to use just his hands to make a very similar sound to the didgeridoo.

Used during corroboree's, the didgeridoo is an Australian Aboriginal musical instrument. The player uses a series of puffs and circular breathing along with mouth vibrations to produce the distinctive sound. A 9 year-old-boy, Matthew, from Australia is able to use just his hands to make a very similar sound to the didgeridoo.

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On the bushwalk from Cowan station in Sydney, Australia to Jerusalem Bay, Matthew demonstrated the technique at a few locations along the way. The first location was a shallow sandstone cave which is in an overhanging cliff. Next was a red river gumtree and then he stood in front of an Australian native grass tree and finally stopped at Jerusalem Bay.

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Matthew has a respect for indigenous Australian's and also loves their music so much that he wanted to be able to copy it himself.

Didgeridoo is an Australian Aboriginal musical instrument

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