BUSTER: So, Randy, you wouldn't have an old statue or a plaque or something in that barn, would you? I need some history for a school assignment.
RANDY: You've been in too many museums, buddy. We're talking about living history. This is part of our life here, and we don't have any statues, but we've got some people ready to dance and show you a few things. Come on in with me.
BO: Thanks, Randy.
BUSTER: Living history's not going to cut it with Mr. Ratburn. It's dead history I need.
RANDY: This is Rossi on the fiddle. That's Katherine. She's doing a little flatfooting, or clogging.
BUSTER: My name's Buster. Hi.
KATHERINE: Hi. My name's Katherine.
ROSSI: Hi. My name's Rossi.
BUSTER: So, you were clogging?
BUSTER: I've got some friends who are cloggers, but they clog to pop music. Why are you dancing to this kind of music?
KATHERINE: I just think it's really fun, because banjos and violins and fiddles go really fast, so I really like it.
BUSTER: So, is that a violin or a fiddle?
ROSSI: It's a fiddle.
BUSTER: What's the difference?
ROSSI: Well, we, um... old-timers call it a fiddle because they play old music with a fiddle, and then you play... other people call it a violin because they play classical music with it.
BUSTER: Gotcha! So, what do you call the music you play?
ROSSI: It's old-time music.
BUSTER: "Old time." You mean because you have a good old time playing it?
ROSSI: It's... different songs that've been passed down from generation to generation.
BUSTER: Oh, I see. And is your clogging old time, too? It looks different from what my friends Katy and Katey do.
KATHERINE: Yeah. There's lots of steps, and beginners— you just do double steps. Whenever you're, like, advanced or something, you start going...