- Key : E – G
- Size: 137cm
- Mouthpiece: 3cm
- Bell: 7cm
Ŋoŋu Ganambarr has long been known for the quality of his instruments.
And this is a typical Ŋoŋu Ganambarr yiḏaki. A stable, slightly dry instrument with easy toot. The drone is very stable and direct. If you would oil it, it will be a little less dry, but personally I do like that dry sound.
The painting is special!
This yiḏaki is significant, not only as a musical instrument, but also because it is painted with Daṯiwuy clan miny’tji, a sacred design that belongs to his clan. The design denotes ‘ganu’ the muddied water stirred by the currents and tides that are made by the ancestral shark ‘mana’ thrashing its tail.
100% cultural authenticity and a pretty amazing yiḏaki!