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Keeping Calm With the Kalimba in a World of Chaos

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Do you like the sound of music boxes? Then you will love the sound of the kalimba. I had never heard of a kalimba until just recently.

It is also commonly called a thumb piano, originating in Zimbabwe and part of the mbria family of instruments. It is growing in popularity because of the many YouTube tutorials available, covering popular songs from all generations.

A kalimba is a small wood base with metal tines arranged on the top. The most common model  has 17 keys or tines, but they even have models with eight and 21 keys.

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