This may be in France, but listen what happens around 45" (and I guess the drummer behind him hails with both hands)HAHAHAHA, what a find!
Almost every person in French audiences does this. I start every tune clapping on 2 and four to lead the way, but one verse in they're on one and three!
Reich mentions at the very end that the guy on the left only had one rehearsal, so he probably wasHe looks relieved when they both stop at the same time.
There are drummers like that: they can only play "tun dadatun dah" but they are spread around a variety of genresI'm with adding a beat.
And then there are those that do the double clap on 2 and 1 clap on four. Its a bit odd when it doesn't quite match the feel of the piece.
He adds a beat. The left hand is silent for a beat and then resumes the pattern from the start.That transition was so subtle and seamless, I played it back several times to figure out how it was done. Did the piano player add a beat, or did he lose a beat? I can't really tell.