|The Sandorian Grove: What's in a name? the origin of the word 'Didgeridoo' (incl.sound)|
2 comments9 Feb 2005 @ 03:19 by Rauli from Finland @22.214.171.124 : Etymology of the australian "didgeridoo"
or http://www.tain.net.au/tain19/gael19.htm tells the origin, "trumpeter black" or "trumpeter native"
18 Feb 2009 @ 23:31 by mx @126.96.36.199 : stories of origins
Rauli, if you listen to the sound (even a crummy recording) and given that my info is from someone who lived there for some years with a tribe of the aborigines, the above story makes more sense to me than a whole page of academic speculations ;-) at the least, it's more funny and more to the point..
but most importantly, it is a gift to mankind, the didgeridoo itself, I mean.
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