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In the the Northern Territory of Australia, men dance to the music of a didgeridoo. The didgeridoo player uses a technique called "circular breathing" when playing the instrument. "Circular breathing" is a technique in which air is inhaled through the nose while being exhaled through the mouth at the same time. This technique allows the player to make a continuous sound without stopping to breathe. Didgeridoos were invented in northern Australia, and are played during cultural ceremonies and rituals, as well as for recreation and entertainment. Didgeridoos have become popular throughout the world as a musical instrument.
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