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Four volunteers from audience called to participate- two men, two women origin of headgear on dancers (large feathered headdresses), ostrich feathers, feathers convey movement [[strikethrough]] during dance, cultural beauty of the ostrich Ramogi dance-off between dancers and audience participants- volunteers have to emulate the steps of the dance troupe while music plays more volunteers called to dance again. Applause for volunteers after dance Question from audience: writing on the drums, one drum has drummer's place of origin and also name of grandfather Final dance demonstration w/ new audience volunteers. Group dances out of stage
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