- Key : E – A
- Size: 112cm
- Mouthpiece: 3,5cm
- Bell: 4,5cm
An instrument from the Dhonydji (Ritharŋu) area. (South-west Miwatj, arround Goyder river). You don’t find instruments from this region very often. It has been collected in the 90’s. Although the toot is a bit high from the drone you wil be able to play it faster and faster after a bit of practise. And you will find that there is a nice melody between drone and trumpet. Despite comming from the Yolŋu cultural blok, this instruments plays more like a mago. Cross over instruments like this are pretty rare…
This particular instrument was part of the ‘Power of Wood’ exhibition at the Aboriginal Art Museum Utrecht, in 2015.