Carlidooskope

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Maple Slide
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Maple Slide with ring of plum
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Mountain Maple Slide
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Mountain Maple Slide
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Cherry Slide
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ABOUT ME

Dear friends of the didgeridoo, I am very happy that you have found my homepage. My name is Carl Jungwirth and in 2019 I founded my didgeridoo manufacture "Carlidooskope". I mainly produce high-end concert quality didgeridoos. The artificial name "Carlidooskope" is derived from the Carleidoscope, which means something like (looking at beautiful pictures) and is made up of my nickname Carli, the didgeridoo and the telescope as a sliding mechanism. I mainly use local hardwoods for my handmade, high-quality slide didgeridoos. These are worked out with special tools from whole tree trunks without the body of the didgeridoos being cut open. Even as a child, I was inspired by indigenous peoples with their musical instruments and their life in harmony with nature. My first aerophone was a piece of garden hose that I used as a horn. At the age of 10 I learned the trumpet and at the age of 16 I wanted my first didgeridoo. I was immediately fascinated by the upper and lower-note archaic sound of the didgeridoo. If a constant rhythm is played with the didgeridoo, the brain can go into a trance state. This was also used by the North Australian Aborigines for their dream time rituals. It was considered by the inventors of the first wind instrument, certainly in spirit, beautiful images. Carlidooscopes

 

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Carlidooskope:

Carl Jungwirth

carl.jungwirth@gmx.at

Tel: +4369910567241