This chapter explores the possibilities of bringing children's singing into the primary curriculum, how singing can be related to other subject areas and knowledge contexts and then embedded in the life of primary schools and established as a powerful means for creating fulfilled and strong communities. It also explore children's musical worlds from a child-orientated perspective, with a focus on their abilities and skills, balanced by a respect for, and interest in, what they hear and do as they observe the world in which they find themselves. The chapter offers creative approaches to 'releasing the voice', which involve learning through imaginative play and building environments of trust where all diversity is celebrated and establishes democratic notions of education. Coming together to sing is a form of peace-making, a spiritual journey and a powerful way to connect and release the musical imagination in ways that are personal and social, instructive and playful, and communal and collective.