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Order no.: HLM-15

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Maker: David Brian
Clan
Balngarra
Moiety: Duwa

Area of origin: Ankabadbirri outstation, North-Central Arnhem Land
Material: Natural pigments with fixative and sugarbag wax on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus
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Lenght:  137cm 
Mouthpiece: 4cm (internal),  5cm (external), waxed
Bell:  5.6cm (internal),  7cm (external)
Weight:  2kg

Price: 1050AUD+shipping
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Description: A great instrument from the Maningrida region from one of the busiest makers in the area; David Brian learnt his skills from his father, the renowned artist and didgeridoo master maker Bob Burruwal. David makes instrument for both ceremonial purposes and for sale – if you would like to see a few more examples of his work see the ‘sold didgeridoos’ menu, it is worth to check it out for visual pleasure!
This particular instrument has a soft sound, that is – after about 5-10 minutes playing – reaches its real potential. The backpressure is quite low, therefore the player needs to learn to control the air-intake to get the best out of this great stick. I recommend this mago for those, who want to practice the traditional playing styles of West Arnhem Land, and prefer to do it alone, in a relaxed state.

Available from here: Hungary, Europe with worldwide shipping

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