Live instrumental and sung music performance. Begins with an indiscernible image obscured by static 'snow'. This may be a test shot or accidental overlay of footage, as it cuts into the beginning of the performance again a few moments later before allowing the performance to resume uninterrupted. A stationary camera is placed at the back of a seated audience sat in 2 sections and separated by an aisle. The camera is zoomed in on a man in a patterned jumper bent over at the foot of a stage. He begins performing using the interior strings of a piano. The camera pans and zooms out to reveal 2 other men with a flute and clarinet beside him, also at the foot of the stage. The stage is set with a curtain, marimba, bells, toms, bass drum, xylophone, music stands and chairs. Halfway through the tape, the audience applauds and there is a black out. There is a resetting of the stage, and when fade up occurs again, there are 5 men on the stage platform. They begin to perform and play a series of songs, Eastman conducting them from stage right with percussive instruments in his hands, a microphone attached to the front of his torso. There is a wave to static mid-performance (31 min, 57 sec), and this remains until the end of the tape.
Researching the Creative Associates European tour, Mary Jane Leach writes that: The pieces on the program were probably "Paradigm" by Lukas Foss, "Algorithms I" by Lejaren Hiller, "Stay On It" by Julius Eastman, and "For Frank O'Hara" by Morton Feldman. Also, "Burdocks" by Christian Wolff, "Eleven Echoes of Autumn" by George Crumb, and "Largo" by Charles Ives may also have been on the program. Also, that is Jan Williams playing the saw in the Foss. The musicians on the tour were: Eberhard Blum - flute, Amron Chodos - clarinet, Julius Eastman - piano/voice, David Gibson - cello, Benjamin Hudson - violin, Ralph Jones - French horn, Dennis Kahle - percussion, and Jan Williams - percussion.