Life from Life Eternal


The tree that dropped the limb used to craft this instrument stood within a central Texas grove of juniper undifferentiated by form; however, no two juniper trees stood alike. Each branch grasped toward breaks in the canopy, a steady unfurling that bore out the character of the individual. Beneath the bark, the colors, hues, and textures share a form with wood grain found within all other junipers, but the story the individual grain tells never repeats. Without individuation, the transmutation of life force remains continuous and indistinct; what does not repeat reveals the emergence of life from life eternal.

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Additional information

Didge Name

A Voice for the Furies

Wood Type

Ashe Juniper, Mulberry


5' 3/4"

Mouthpiece Diameter


Bell-End Diameter

3 1/2" x 3 1/4"

Drone Fundamental


Horn Tones

F, C#, G


Two-Part Epoxy


RP Watson