The Choir Work honours the ancestors. They were the singers in the monasteries a thousand years ago who invented the alphabet of music called notes. They were the masters of Notre Dame in year 1200 that gave us the first amazing polyphony. They were the masters of late renaissance that perfected the art. They were all composers that understood the true nature of the choir whatever their time, place and styles were. Therefore the Choir Work is only a small part of a huge Choir Work going through the centuries – a link in chain. I have borrowed a vehicle for a short while: a lifetime to keep the unbroken tradition alive – changing and yet not-changing. The core remains.