Yidaki (HLY-58)2019-08-11T06:43:40+00:00

Project Description

Order no.: HLY-58

Maker: Garrawara Munyarryun
Clan
Waŋurri
Moiety: Yirritja

Area of origin: Dhalinybuy, Northeast Arnhem Land
Material: Acrylic paint on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus
Key: E-F (drone) / G# (toot)
Lenght:  135cm 
Mouthpiece: 3cm (internal),  4.5cm (external)
Bell:  7.5-8cm (internal),  10-11cm (external)
Weight:  8kg

Price: 760AUD
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Description: A great traditional didgeridoo with Waŋurri clan design. The wall of the instrument is solid, therefore it is quite heavy, the shape and the overall finish compliments the skills of the maker. The mouthpiece is well-shaped, back-pressure is high, the sound is powerful, somewhat confined and ‘dirty’, that makes this stick unique. You might find this instrument a little challenging, but we do believe, that it is one of the highlights of this great yiḏaki since it is able to teach you lessons that you can’t get anywhere else.

Available from here: London, UK

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