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- Rituals, invocations and sacred space
- "There is a single main definition of the object of all magickal Ritual. It is the uniting of the Microcosm with the Macrocosm. The Supreme and Complete Ritual is therefore the Invocation of the Holy Guardian Angel; or, in the language of the Mysticism,...
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- Mackay musician plans to put a modern twist on the didgeridoo
- The 18-year-old Mackay-based musician specialises in playing a variety of instruments, including guitar, stomp box and the didgeridoo. His enthusiasm for the didgeridoo arose after he witnessed his uncle playing the culturally significant instrument.
- Didgeridoo player Shelton Murray from Arnhem Land heading to US with
- Shelton Murray, from Central Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, has been playing the didgeridoo since he was five years old. Now 22, the musician will be travelling to the United States with the Australian Chamber Orchestra for the first time.
- Have you heard the one about the commissioner, the cave and the didgeridoo?
- The arrival of the didgeridoo, addressed to Katainen, puzzled the Protocol Service, who emailed his staff to ask what was “the exact function” of the person who sent it. “I have no idea!” came the reply.
- South African Musician Offers Global Fusion With African Heart
- Courtney Gibson blends Western instruments, like electric guitar, with traditional African instruments, like the djembe drum, and other indigenous instruments, like the Australian aboriginal didgeridoo, to create exceptional sounds.
- MSO Chinese New Year concert review: A tribute to Hunan province, along with
- As a companion piece, Sam Wu's Sea Silk Road: Sound of South also essayed a fusion, taking its impetus from Tang Dynasty court music and superimposing the didgeridoo of Shane Charles as a narrator's voice. The piece moved from impressionistic ...
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