- Key : B – C
- Size: 102cm
- Mouthpiece: 2,8cm
- Bell: 7,5cm
Not a yiḏaki but a Ḻambiḻpiḻ. This is the instrument used in Numbulwar by the Nunggubuyu. These people have close ties to Groote Eylandt and North East Arnhemland. It is very high pitch and therefore hard to play. This particular instrument is used by the Red Flag Dancers, a group that is famed for its music and dance, and has toured the world. Personally I totally love the Nundhirribala recordings by The Yothu Yindi Foundation.
This particular instrument was part of the ‘Power of Wood’ exhibition at the Aboriginal Art Museum Utrecht, in 2015.