Beginner Rhythms

In this video we show you the building blocks for playing didgeridoo rhythms.
We show you how we write, speak and play the rhythms we will teach you

Rhythm pronounced: ajuda (B) ajuda (B)
This is an excellent rhythm to practice your circular breathing and get you comfortable with playing rhythms

Rhythm pronounced: wee or (B) wee or (B)
Time to bring in some sound changes you learned in Tongue & Mouth Shapes

Rhythm pronounced: dar (B) dee (B)
Another great rhythm using sound changes you learned in Tongue & Mouth Shapes

Rhythm pronounced: didgeridoo (B)
Another great rhythm using sound changes you learned in Tongue & Mouth Shapes

Rhythm pronounced: dar dar (B) dee dee (B)
Getting a little more difficult now. This rhythm sounds brilliant, especially when played faster

Rhythm pronounced: dar dar (B) HOWL (B)
3 techniques to deal with now... tongue & mouth shapes, vocals and circular breathing. Good luck!

Rhythm pronounced: ha ha hee ha ha (B)
This is one of our favourite rhythms... even after playing for many years!

Rhythm pronounced: dee (B) ha ha (B)

Rhythm pronounced: he he (B) dar (B)

Rhythm pronounced: a e (B) e u (B)

Rhythm pronounced: koo kar (B) tongue roll (B)

Rhythm pronounced: GA GA-GA wee or (B)

Rhythm pronounced: adidda (B) adurra (B)

Rhythm pronounced: ajuda (B) ajuda GA

Rhythm pronounced: wee (B) wee or wee (B)