Item consists of an audio recording of workshop about accompaniment to folk songs with Bram Morrison describing how to adapt the guitar during accompaniment. He performs "The Water is Wide" (trad.) as an example. Also contains Barry O'Neill performing "The Jolly Fellows That Follow The Plough" and Martin Carthy performing "Two Young Lovers/Thorneymoor Woods" Sam Hinton also shares his thoughts on accompaniment and motion. There may be a break in recording here as documentation indicates that Sam Hinton performs "Franky & Johnny", "Little Dogies", St. James Infirmary" and "Boll Weavil". followed by Bram Morrison singing a Spanish song called "El Serano", Barry O'Neill performing "The Gosport Tragedy" (Sam Larner), followed by a discussion about repetition. Next, Martin Carthy performs "A Night Visiting Song", "The Thresher" (Dick Snell) and Barry O'Neill concluding with "Sowing On The Mountain" (trad.).