MT-Yidaki Shop

Yiḏaki and mago are the original didgeridoo’s played by aboriginal people in the northern part of the Northern Territory, mainly in Arnhemland. These very diverse groups of people have these instruments in their culture since many generations.

Michiel's aim is to bring you high quality yiḏaki and mago of the highest cultural integrity. All the instruments are hand selected and made by traditional people on traditional land.

Since 2011 Michiel decided to re-invest a part of his annual proceedings as a didgeridoo player/teacher back in to Arnhem land culture. Which led to a shop full of instruments selected for their playability.

If you are looking for something particular feel free to drop a line and he will do his best to source it for you!

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MT-Yidaki Shop

B*rrŋ*p*rrŋ* Wunuŋmurra

B*rrŋ*p*rrŋ* Wunuŋmurra
1080

  • 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.
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