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Wayne Tsipouras

World Mitglied, N.S.W.

Street Music

At the Adeliade arts festivial,
The haunting music of the Didgeridoo always gives me pause.
Music from the Earth.

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Wayne Tsipouras

Kommentare 11

  • hrishikesh thakur 18. März 2009, 5:03

  • Jon Abbas 19. Dezember 2006, 15:27

    Very Nice!
    Somehow I felt that a Sadu from India is playing some Aus instrument....
    This world instrument could be a good Project Topic...this way we all can see so many new musical instruments....
    Wayne wonderful and informative picture...

    Jon Abbas
  • Volker B. 30. Juli 2006, 4:20

    ......my dideridoo, wow :-)

  • Jacqueline Chay 26. Juli 2006, 2:04

    Great capture
    Thanks for your comment on my pic

  • Christian Fuerst II 28. April 2006, 15:18

    at first, I thought of India.
    What a colourfull body-painting
  • Kenny Jazz 25. April 2006, 9:01

    The pipe called didjeridoo! This is Something very famous what is a connecting me with Australian culture. Wayne, I think it`s very difficult to see this artistic sound pipe somewhere else except your country. :) Also so extraordinary coloured man who looks like only the one person who can blow with a melody coming out from it. Much more interesting can be if you go inside the country - where the people sitting on more natural surround with no stone paving from technological world where is no strange shadows reminding tourist traces. :)
    Very like this scene !
  • Wayne Tsipouras 21. April 2006, 13:52

    @ all.
    Thanks, indeed a special moment.
    The music is best as a lonely sound, Haunting, ageless and eternal like the land itself.

    Glad you enjoy its tunes Kat.

  • Katrin Steiner 21. April 2006, 11:26

    He looks a bit lost and lonely somehow...but maybe that´s how some of his folk might feel anyway. Guess what, right now I´m enjoying some didgeridoo music myself, although as a big fan of Xavier Rudd I should call them yirdakis like the folks from Arnhem Land do :-)
    Nice shot
  • JVision 19. April 2006, 16:35

    Very interesting documentation.
  • Ludolf Hennrich 17. April 2006, 23:56

    a special moment... well done
    regards from germany
  • ~Merlin~ 15. April 2006, 23:56

    It looks very interessting, great work,

    Greetings, Kai