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Mbira Mbira Nyunga Nyunga

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Ours is a different mbira sound, which borrows from our musical traditions yet inspires the future.
The irony of mbira instrument
While the mbira (thumb piano) instrument is being appreciated internationally, particularly in European and Asian countries, the instrument is struggling to make an impact in its native continent. Originally, common types of mbira such as nhare, mbira ...
The irony of the mbira instrument
Originally, common types of mbira such as nhare, mbira dzavadzimu, nyunga nyunga, matepe and njari were pioneered by Southern Africa where the instrument was significant in the region's tradition. “The nhare and mbira dzavadzimu, which has 23 to 24 ...
Mbira star Mafika to be remembered
Preparations are underway for the commemorations of a Mbira music maestro Taku Mafika,who died four years ago. Taku Mafika was an enticing and innovative Nyunga nyunga Mbira player who drew his inspiration from his deeply rich cultural upbringing, ...
Traditional music conquers time
Of the many types of mbiras found in Zimbabwe, the most common are the nhare (telephone) or mbira dzavadzimu (the ancestors' mbira) and the nyunga-nyunga mbira. The mbira dzavadzimu has between 22 and 24 keys and is known for its ability to invoke ...

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