Reviews - What do customers think about Didgeridoo: Ritual Origins and Playing Techniques?
A book can only teach so much Dec 5, 2000
Check it. Some people may complain that this book only teaches a few sounds. ONce you learn the basics, the rest is up tp the individual. The goal is personal expression, not imitation. Once you learn the basic calls and harmonics, experiment on your own. You'll find new sounds all the time. It's truly an amazing instrument
Nice history, not much on how to play though Aug 21, 1999
The chapters on how to play are very sparse, this is geared more towards people who want to make their own instruments, and want to know about the history of the instrument. He only goes over how to make four different sounds, which isn't very much.. I'm looking for a better book to learn how to play more...
Great for the beginer May 2, 1999
A nicely writen book with a few "how to's". A bit on PVC didges, slide didges, and some b/w photos from his journeys. Schellberg also touches on the healing and spiritual aspects of the didgerido. Short, sweet, and inspirational.
Exelent!!!!! Oct 30, 1998
The pakage come with the book "Didgeridoo: ritual origins and playing techniques". The CD Audio is good if yuo like thye mix of the didgeridoo with other instruments from China. But if you like only the instruments from Australia, better search for another thing. The book is exelent, specialy for people who doesn't live in Australia and want to know more about this beautyful instrument. ¿you want to have a didgeridoo, but you can't by one? don't worry, because this book will teach you how to do it by your self, and how to play it. In general is a bery, bery, bery good stuff!!!!.