Didjeridu Kmax 2017-12-04T02:00:19+00:00
Traditional aboriginal didjeridus are made by cutting and shaping the stems of live eucalyptus that have been hollowed by termites. Occasionally bamboo and other species are used. The name didjeridu is probably of European origin as onomatopoeia for its characteristics did-jer-ri-du sound. Other names from linguistuc groups are mole, yidaki and gunbarrak.Quoted from “Didjeribone” Booklet – Charlie McMahonGanga plays the didjerdu with great respect to the traditional peoples of North East Arnhem Land from where the Yidaki originates. Thank you to Djalu Gurruwiwi for being an amazing ambassador to yidaki and Yolngu culture.