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23-Note Mbira from Zimbabwe

Swahili Modern

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  • This mbira (pronounced UM-beer-ra), consisting of a hand-carved wooden base with attached staggered recycled metal tines, is played by holding the instrument in the hands and plucking the tines with the thumbs. A particularly common musical instrument of the Shona people of Zimbabwe, it is also often an important instrument to be played at religious ceremonies, weddings, and other social gatherings.

    A beautiful gift for world music enthusiasts!

    23 Note Mbira measures 8"L x 1"W x 9.5"T.

    Due to the handmade nature of this item, slight variation is expected. The recycled materials used to craft this instrument may exhibit some signs of wear, such as tarnishing.

  • Artisans handcraft quality musical instruments that traditionally figure strongly in Shona ceremonies, using recycled wood and metal.


Vendor: Swahili Modern



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