Item consists of Gilles Losier discussing the necessity of biculturalism in the development of folklore and he begins by explaining the origins of square dancing and contra dancing followed by a group medley performance combining "A Saint Malo, Beau Port de Mer" and "The Four Poster Bed". Margaret Bennet Knight(?) singing "The ? of the Cloth", Chris Rawlings performing a Louisiana dance titled: "Calinda" and Angele Arsenault performing "A Soldier and a Sailor". Gilles Losier goes on to tell a humorous anecdote to exemplify the way English and French are mixed in Canada. Chris Rawlings plays an Andean piece on the penny-whistle. Gilles Losier performs "I went to the market (Mon p'tit pannier sous mon bras)", Margaret Bennet Knight(?) sings a lament in Gaelic, Chris Rawlings performs "On the Road to Old Grand-mere", and Angele Arsenault performs "I Want To Leave My Name" Also includes Chris Rawlings performing "La Chanson de Vieux Montreal" (Rawlings), Gilles Losier playing two fiddle tunes that were adapted from Scottish bagpipe songs, Margaret Bennet Knight performing a Gaelic dance (a cappella) followed by Chris Rawlings (with unidentified person) performing the Louisiana song "Mon Coeur Me Fait Mal" (trad.).