The Choir of King's College, Cambridge, is world-famous. Through radio, television and recordings its unique sound has been heard in countless homes on every continent. When King Henry VI founded the College Chapel in 1446, the statutes provided for six clerks (singing men) and 16 choristers. Who could have foreseen that the Chapel would become one of the architectural glories; or that its Choir would be singing to many thousands of visitors each year? The text follows the activities of the Choir through a typical year, featuring the preparations for events.