- Key : F# – G
- Size: 139 cm
- Mouthpiece: 2,9 cm
- Bell: 8,7 cm
A superb yiḏaki by old B*rrŋ*p*rrŋ* Wunuŋmurra. One of the old men who was custodian of the yiḏaki for the Dhalwaŋu clan.
As soon as I took it out of the box I knew it was a great stick! Just by the feel of it.
And I got my confimation as soon as I started playing.
I can see why Jeremy Cloake had this in his private collection for a while.
Besides being a top notch instrument, it also has a very rare shape.
You don’t see this bell ends very often. I know Yomunu Yunupiŋu used one in his Yothu Yindi times. Basically this works like a litlle amplifier.
Very resonant and vibrating yiḏaki. Because of the backpressure it is really easy to play.
All I can say more is: top stick!
Since 2020, Michiel is compensating Co2 emmisions for all transport of his yiḏaki shipments.