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Ninji-Ninji Digeridoo by Zotora

Ninji - Ninji

The CD Ninji-Ninji (playful ceremony) was released in 1994. The didgeridoo is the only instrument. Inspired by the aboriginal music of Australia Zotora display a clean and simple expression.

What the press has to say:

"Zotora masters fully this technique of breathing as David Hudson and other famous didgeridoo players. For urban people, this is a sixty-five-minute exotic meeting with nature"

- Urban - Gunnar Innvær

"A brave and modern look into an ancient tradition."

- Natt og Dag - Ask

"Uncompromising and filled with respect and love for this very special wind instrument. If you let yourself go into this magical world, you will experience a new dimension of life"

- Fedrelandsvennen - Sigbjørn Nedland

Emigrate Didgeridoo by Zotora


Released in 1998. Emigrate draws the didgeridoo towards a Norwegian sound unexpected from this instrument. It is a sound journey where the didgeridoo is the main player, yet arranged beautifully in a tapestry of collaboration with several celebrated musicians.

Musicians: Zotora, didgeridoo; Øystein Sevåg, synth (2&6); Eivind Aarseth, el-guitar (3,5 & 11;) Paolo Vinaccia, percussion, (5 & 8); Kenneth Ekornes, percussion, (7); Elin Ødegaard, voice (2 &10); Carl Petter Opshal, bass-clarinet (7); Hallgrim Berg, jaw harp, willow flute, voice (1,4 & 8); Maria Sevåg, violin (9).

What the press has to say

"Zotora is a fabulous didgeridoo player. Here he has made an ambient CD full of warmth. The sound is mystic and exciting, not unlike Mari Boine. There is so much variation here, you will never get bored."

-Farojornalen, World music, Ambient

"You feel like dancing, screaming - really let your primeval instinct loose. This is a great CD! The sound of Zotoras didgeridoo is laying like thick fog on all the tracks, but it is the other instruments that play the main part. This is what makes the CD so exciting. This is a record well worth buying, not because you are so very interested in Aboriginal Australia or transcendental experiences - but just because you like good music."

- Varden Newspaper

"This is a straightforward phenomenal music experience created by a Norwegian. If you are looking for music that really takes you on a journey, your body relaxed but your subconsciousness awake, then Zotora is your man. Special music, yet extremely elegant "A kangaroo in Hallingdal".

-DTBB Newspaper

"Together with his musicians, he plays around in a completely open landscape, not unlike the border crossing Jan Garbarek. It is done in an unconventional way, yet with great respect for the instrument. It is absolutely beautiful to listen to."

-Porsgrunn DagbladNewspaper

Zotora Naked Didgeirdoo Breath in the Mausoleum

Breath in the Mausoleum

Release in 2018.

Zotora has been a didgeridoo player for over 30 years and has given more than 300 concerts in the Emanuel Vigeland Museum. The track Breath in the Mausoleum reflects the sound journey you enter when you attend one of his renowned meditative concerts.

"Zotora´s way with the didgeridoo is pure mastery, leaving his audience spellbound as he skillfully plays with the special acoustic quality of the mausoleum"

- Reidun C.

"A great experience! You are taken on a wonderful inner journey with Zotora and his didgeridoo."

- Kristin W.

"Zotora is the best to convey a musical journey through its playing. He brings you into a respectful and meditative zone where sense and enjoyment merge into a blend of calm
and presence. "

- Martin K. 

"A truly unique audio experience. lost in time, but not in place. I find myself going deep into my center, enjoying the flow of a thousand sounds."

- Linda G.

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