Gamanarra Wunuŋmurra yidaki D#/F# (HLY-225) SOLD


Out of stock

A very nice traditional instrument with a beautiful shape and clear lines. The open bore provides medium backpressure and spacious acoustics. The drone and toots are easy to play. The size of the mouthpiece might be a too wide for some, but it can be easily reduced with wax. We recommend this instrument for someone who is looking for a special but simple traditional didgeridoo.

Listen to this yiḏaki here:

Out of stock

SKU: HLY-255 Categories: , , Tags: , ,

Cultural context

Maker: Gamanarra Wunuŋmurra
Clan: Dhaḻwaŋu
Moiety: Yirritja
Homeland: Waṉḏawuy

This instrument was cut and made about 2 hours drive from Gove, on Djapu clan land. Made by an experiences yiḏaki maker, painter and carver who occasionally makes instruments for sale. The instrument was sealed with fixative and painted with natural pigments.

Additional information

Weight3 kg
Dimensions136 cm
Area of origin

Waṉḏawuy, Northeast Arnhem Land






natural pigments on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus

Mouthpiece diameter internal

3.2-3.4 cm

Mouthpiece diameter external

5 cm

Distal end diameter internal

7.5-9 cm

Distal end diameter external

7-9 cm

Go to Top