David Brian mago (HLM-35) SOLD


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A high-resonant stick with thin walls and large internal chamber. The backpressure is low, therefore this instrument is quite relaxed and easy to play; the sound is rich in acoustics, deep and warm. The mouthpiece does not have wax at the moment, although it will be required since the opening is quite large. A great mago for kunborrk style!

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Cultural context

Maker: David Brian
Clan: Balngarra
Moiety: Duwa
Homeland: Ankabadbirri

The painting depicts a particular type of yam, that is a staple food source during the dry season across Arnhem Land.

Additional information

Weight1.8 kg
Dimensions129.5 cm


Area of origin

Ankabadbirri outstation, North-Central Arnhem Land


Natural pigments with fixative and sugarbag wax on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus

Mouthpiece diameter internal

5cm – not waxed

Mouthpiece diameter external


Distal end diameter internal


Distal end diameter external


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