Jonathan Cope | One Man and a Stick - didgeridoo solos

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One Man and a Stick - didgeridoo solos

by Jonathan Cope

Didgeridoo solos - Mix of up-beat funky rhythms and slower pieces all with the sounds of one of the most ancient woodwinds on the planet.
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Solo didjeridoo recorded with ambient sounds in live settings. Tracks vary from slow and meditative to up-beat and funky! From meditative drones near a lake, didgeridoo played near a sea-shore to funky rhythms in a concert space.

Author of the best-selling series 'How to Play the Didjeridoo' (available in book and CD formats) Jonathan Cope has played didjeridoo for over twelve years, both solo and with other musicians. Recent work has seen Jonathan recording session tracks for Sarah-Jane Taylor on her album 'Comfortable Strangers', performing a solo concert in the south of France, and playing live with Rolf Harris at the Royal Albert Hall in London. He has a varied playing style - from slow and meditative to fast paced contemporary rythymns.

Check out my other albums and visit my site at: www.soundforhealth.com

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