World Rhythms for Didgeridoo is a FREE online course that will show you exactly what it takes to develop a wide palate of musical rhythms on your instrument. Drawing on music from Africa, Cuba, Brazil and the Middle-East this class will get you connecting to your inner pulse and learning the key rhythmic elements syncopation and subdivision. Through a combination of video, audio and PDF worksheets you will be guided through a number of approaches to enhance your didgeridoo playing.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
* How to develop a strong sense of time
* How to break down complex rhythms into easy counts
* Understanding and using theme and variation
* How to begin training for circular breathing
* The #1 secret to playing rhythmically on didgeridoo
Don’t have a didgeridoo handy? You do not need to have a didgeridoo to take this course. In fact, all musicians can benefit by learning these rhythms and applying them to their respective instruments.
Register for World Rhythms for Didgeridoo at www.didgeproject.com.
AJ Block is the director of Didge Project and founding member of Sacred Arts Research Foundation. He has studied a wide variety of music which includes jazz trombone and piano, raga singing and African percussion all of which he applies to the practice of the didgeridoo.
To hear AJ's music visit him at ajblock.com.