Yidaki Pictures

Photos of Ben Lange by Kate Callas. Click on a pic for a much larger copy. More such photos, in other formats, are available.

This site exists to store publicity photos for a story described on this page and in this scientific paper. In general, permission will be given to use one of these pictures for use in connection with this story, and with acknowledgment. Please acknowledge the player, Ben Lange, the photographer, Kate Callas, and give the URL didjeridu.html. Contact Joe Wolfe at J.Wolfe@unsw.edu.au, phone 61- 2-9385 4954 (UT + 10).

A possible caption: Benjamin Lange, one of the authors of this paper, is a member of the Mara people of Northern Australia, where he learned to play yidaki in the traditional style. He graduated recently in Electrical Engineering from the UNSW and worked on the yidaki project on a vacation scholarship in the School of Physics.

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J.Wolfe@unsw.edu.au, phone 61- 2-9385 4954 (UT + 10, +11 Oct-Mar).
Music Acoustics.