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"serpentsounds"

article on page 33 - ntwk friendly magazine


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passages,we are sorry,back road,rain call,forests,forests2,rapid eye movement,rapid eye movement2,hypnotized,

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Dwain is a well regarded professional didgeridoo player. Throughout his ten year career he has played to over a million people at various venues and functions throughout Australia and Europe. Dwain is a full time performer and plays at the award winning Sounds of Silence dinner each night.
During Dwain's career he has performed to international identities including the Royal Highness the Prince and Princess of Denmark, the President of Finland, the Israeli Ambassador, the High Commissioner for the Northern Territory and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Committee to name a few. Throughout his career Dwain has made various television appearances. He has performed for Getaway, 60 Minutes, Today Tonight and the American NBC Today Show.

Dwain works in conjunction with the acclaimed contemporary didgeridoo company STICKS. STICKS are one of the very few companies still using traditional crafting methods for the production of the ancient instrument. It is this traditional craftsmanship that produces a sound which is truly representative of the spirit and music of the aboriginal culture.

It is with honour that Dwain plays in Central Australia, home to the Pitjantatjara and Yankuntjatjara people (Anangu meaning people in English). It must be noted that the didgeridoo is not traditionally played in this ancient cultural region of Australia. Therefore a big thank you must go to the traditional owners for allowing permission to entertain the millions of people that visit this remote and beautiful region of Australia.