Wulu Marawili yiḏaki D/F (HLY-377)


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An amazing traditional yiḏaki from a humble Yolŋu man, highly recommended for players who are looking for a (good looking) instrument to dive deep into the traditional playing styles of Northeast Arnhem Land. This yiḏaki is super-responsive, the dups and toot are easy to hit, and the backpressure is well-balanced. The craftsmanship is superb: the bore is natural, the wall and shape of the yiḏaki is tapered, the chamber just tight enough at the top and ends up in a nice looking bell. Congratulations for the lucky buyer – in advance.

Key: D
Length: 161cm
Mouthpiece internal diameter: 3-3.5cm
Available from Sydney, NSW Australia with worldwide shipping

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Cultural context

Name: Wulu Marawili
Clan: Madarrpa
Moiety: Yirritja
Homeland: Yilpara
Residency: Yilpara


Yilpara – also called Baniyala – is a small outstation sits on the shores of Blue Mud Bay. The community has about 10 residential houses, a school and clinic. The traditional owners belong to the Madarrpa clan, and govern the community by strong traditional values, following guidelines embedded by the ancient Yolŋu Law.

Additional information

Weight3.2 kg
Dimensions161 cm
Area of origin

Yilpara homeland, Northeast Arnhem Land


Natural pigments and fixative on termite hollowed stringybark eucalyptus





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