This chapter discusses about the relationships within the music programme, the value of community singing and how a belief in group singing across the Early Learning Center (ELC) community influenced musical activities. The other aspect of relationships that existed within the centre was the complexity of relationships between the specialists and generalist teachers, the specialists themselves, the children relating to adults who played different roles in their daily lives, children and children, and the role of parents and the director. Leah was thoughtful about the relationships that existed within the centre and the potential of some of those relationships. The idea of discussing relationships as both physical and social refers to the physical space the music programme occupied and how this space helped to define the music activities. Community and cultural plurality were the strengths of Leah's music, especially since these two aspects of experience sum up her philosophical approach.