The didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians, traditionally made from hollowed-out eucalyptus trunks. It produces a deep, resonant drone enriched with complex rhythmic patterns and overtones, played using circular breathing techniques. The didgeridoo is noted for its unique sound and cultural significance, often used in ceremonial music and modern fusion projects.

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