Sekuru’s Stories is a digital public humanities project featuring the renowned Zimbabwean mbira player, oral historian, and ritual specialist Sekuru Tute Chigamba. Bringing Sekuru Chigamba’s oral narratives, or nhoroondo, together with recordings, photographs, and maps, it presents Zimbabwean musical and cultural heritage in an interactive format. Use the top navigation menu to read through Sekuru’s Stories, or explore a variety of non-linear pathways through the site, including an instrument catalogue, image gallery, audio playlist, and more.
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