Player Profile – Kenneth Sands Traditional and Contemporary Didgeridoo Video

Scottish Born NZ based Kenneth Sand paid us a visit a few weeks ago. Kenneth has been teaching and playing didgeridoo for over 20 years and is one of those rare freakish players that is equally comfortable playing both traditional and contemporary didge.


He has studied Aboriginal music for years and also studied traditional crafting and playing under the great Djalu Gurruwiwi in North East Arnhem Land. He was authorised and requested by Djalu Gurruwiwi to share his experiences and knowledge to the rest of the world and encouraged by Djalu to continue teaching Didgeridoo to help foster awareness and respect of traditional Aboriginal cultures of Northern Australia.


Kenneth is also one of the few accomplished Bronze Age Horn players, having performed with both instruments regularly.


Kenneth formed the band “Resonance” in 1999, which led to him producing and recording the professional music CD called “Resonance-Organic Dance Didjeridu” which many people regard as one of the finest didgeridoos cd’s ever produced.


Definitely, one of our favourite store visits. Check him out!





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