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Making A Yidaki In Arnhemland
During a recent visit to Arnhem Land (Yirrkala, Nhulunbuy, Ski Beach), we had the privilege of spending time with Djalu Gurruwiwi and his family (Djalu is a senior member of the Galpu skin clan, Yo
Didgeridoo Festivals
Didgeridoo Festivals After a possible 40,000 years the didgeridoo is now recognised and celebrated as a musical instrument around the world. We find awesome festivals in Germany, Switzerland, E
The Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass, 18-22 May 2009
The Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass, 18-22 May 2009, Gikal' outstation In 2008 Sanshi attended this Master Class and to this day he has been a different man in may ways! All good! So good he is go
Yolngu Yidaki Care and Purchasing Terms
Yidaki Purchasing Terms Due to the raw nature of these Yolngu Yidaki, we are unable to offer returns and refunds. Instruments are described as best as possible. Due to the nature of the product, we c
Sanshi's Diary - Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass 2009
Hi, it’s Sanshi from Didge Breath here! This year I attended the 2009 Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass. Feel free to read my diary and look at some photos… The Rripangu Yirdaki Masterclass 2009 was held
Charlie McMahon - Player Profile
Charlie McMahon took up playing the didjeridu as a child, long before it became popular outside its home in the tropical north, and has become the most acclaimed didjeridu player in Austr
Aboriginal Names For The Didgeridoo
There are many different Aboriginal names for the instrument, primarily because there are so many different language groups amongst the Aboriginal people. In T.B. Wilson's Narrative of a Voyage Round
Women Playing The Didgeridoo
We reckon it is awesome how tracing back as far as documented and known history allows, many musical instruments originated primarily for ceremonial, celebration or spiritual functions. Also fascinat
Didgeridoos and Cracks
Didgeridoos and Cracking I just love working with wood. I love the smell of the different timbers as you cut and sand. I love crafting, shaping and finding the Didgeridoo inside every log. I love lis
Didgeridoo Facts and Interesting Information
Above: Sanshi explains the didgeridoo basics, What is a Didgeridoo and how to make the drone sound If you're interested in buying a didgeridoo, make sure you check out our Didgeridoo Buyers Guide
Goma - Player Profile
In the 1998 Arnhemland Barunga Didgeridoo Competition, Goma received The Northern Land Council prize (judged by Galarrwuy Yunupingu),surprised audiences by being the first non-Aboriginal to be rec