for baritone saxophone
Oxford Contemporary Repertoire Series
Yidaki is the aboriginal name for the Australian didgeridoo. It is traditionally made from eucalyptus wood that has been hollowed out by termites. In this virtuosic piece for solo baritone saxophone, various techniques are employed to emulate the didgeridoo, including quarter tones, multiphonics, growls, singing, and harmonic sweeps.
Duration 10 minutes