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Ŋoŋu Ganambarr yidaki (HLY-263)

$800

1 in stock

A solid yiḏaki from Ŋoṉu with thick walls and great acoustics. The mouthpiece is comfortable, the bell is well worked-out, the backpressure is medium and lets you to roll rhythms effortless. The dups are easy to hit and sound great above the drone. The sound is rich and has lots of depth to it, especially when the instrument is warmed up. I recommend this instrument for those traditional and contemporary players who are looking for a great traditional didgeridoo.

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1 in stock

Cultural context

Maker: Ŋoŋu Ganambarr
Clan: Daṯiwuy
Moiety: Dhuwa
Homeland: Rorruwuy

The painting depicts a traditional design (miny’tji) of the Daṯiwuy clan, connected to the river systems of Arnhem bay.

Additional information

Weight4 kg
Dimensions144 cm
Area of origin

Dhalinybuy, Northeast Arnhem Land

Drone

E

Horn

F#

Material

Natural pigments on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus (gaḏayka)

Mouthpiece diameter internal

3-3.5cm

Mouthpiece diameter external

4.7cm

Distal end diameter internal

7.5-8.2cm

Distal end diameter external

9-10cm

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