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- The mbira (pronounced m-BEER-ra , IPA (ə)mˈbɪəɾə) is an African musical instrument, traditional to the Shona people of Zimbabwe. It consists of a wooden...
- music includes folk and pop styles. Much of the folk music incorporates mbira, Ngoma drums and hosho. Music has pla**** a significant role in the history...
- The Array mbira is a hand-crafted modern musical instrument with a unique harp- or bell-like sound. It is made in the United States by its inventor Bill...
- band Hohodza – band Mbira dzeNharirambira bandMechanic Manyeruke and the Puritansgospel music group R.U.N.N. familymbira-inspired reggae and...
- albums. Mbira dzeNharira revolutionized the sound of Mbira by electrifying and rearranging the instruments into b**** baritone, rhythm and lead mbira.The ancient...
- The following is a list of players of the mbira, an African plucked lamellophone musical instrument. Tendayi Gahamadze Chartwell Dutiro Cosmas Ma****a...
- In Zimbabwean Shona music, a deze is a halved calabash gourd in which an mbira is placed in order to amplify its sound. It is typically round in shape...
- originate in Africa, where they are known under different names including mbira, sanza, kisanji, likembe, kalimba, and kongoma. They play a role in southeast...
- xylophones, djembes, drums, and tone-producing instruments such as the mbira or "thumb piano." The music and dance of the African diaspora, formed to...
- characteristic sounds of the mbira. Music of Zimbabwe Shona language The Engraving on Dembo's Tombstone[clarification needed] Mbira, the non-profit organisation...
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