The Didgeridoo ( Didjeridu):
Is a Euro-Australian name for the sacred Aboriginal wind instrument shaped naturally by termites from a Eucalyptus branch, some of the more popular Aboriginal names for this instrument are Yaraki, Yidaki, Magu, Kanbi and Ihambilbilg. The Didgeridoo is used for sacred ceremony called corroboree, this ceremony is for tribal people only. However, Aboriginal people have shared this instrument outside the tribe on a recreational level in much the same way as they would teach their uninitiated boys. Recreational playing teaches us to study nature, learning to imitate or capture the spirit of the Australian landscape and its inhabitants while learning a greater respect for mother Earth. The Didgeridoo is believed to be the oldest wind instrument known, probably as far back as forty thousand (40,000) years.
Didjetellus carries this tradition into the future by adding tasteful and delicate electronic sounds to the classic and mesmerizing drone of the didjeridu.