Description: PETE SEEGER WELCOMES GUESTS PAUL DRAPER & COLERIDGE PERKINSON. ILLUSTRATES THE IMPORTANCE OF DANCE TO A COUNTRY'S MUSICAL LIFE. DANCER PAUL DRAPER, HIS PIANO ACCOMPANIST COLERIDGE PERKINSON AND PETE SEEGER IMPROVISE TO SEVERAL RHYTHMS, INCLUDING ONE SET BY PETE ON AN OLD ENGLISH PIPE; A FORLORN BLUES NUMBER ON THE BANJO, "IN THE EVENING WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN", AND ON GUITAR THE LIVIER "MARCHING DOWN TO FREEDOMLAND". MR. DRAPER ALSO GIVES A SHORT DEMONSTRATION OF HOW TO DANCE.
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