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Other Links:
* iDIDJ: Australian Didjeridu Information and Cultural Resource Centre
* Djalu Gurruwiwi's Website - Rripangu Yirdaki
* Yidakiwuy Dhawu Miwatjngurunydja
* Recordings by Australian Indigenous Artists 1899-1998 [PDF Format]
* Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
* Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre
* Skinnyfish Music
* Black Mujik
* Yothu Yindi
* White Cockatoo Performing Group
* Yirdaki Making With Djalu Gurruwiwi
* Garma Festival of Traditional Culture
* Aboriginal Studies WWW Virtual Library
* Center For World Indigenous Studies
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Didjeridu & Traditional Music of the Top End
The content of this page was originally created by Peter Lister

Didjeridu Home : About the Author : Peter Lister's Didjeridu Playing Today

My Didj Playing Today

Until relatively recently, there had been a great lull in my playing, about a 12 year break. I had been playing regularly, but my lifestyle changed.

I have been inspired once again to play as a result of joining a didjeridu electronic discussion list. I have even managed to return to my former level of playing, taught a few others how to circular breathe, and I've even gone further - recordings. But I still play mostly for myself - it's a personal challenge.

Photo: Guan Y Lim

This is me "skinning" a didjeridu for its' maker, Ramingining, eastern Arnhem Land
(good thing it's a dark shot, eh!)

View a couple of my sticks:

See the basic steps in
didj construction

in eastern Arnhem Land 



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