One of the greatest forms of music is choral music. An orchestra is impressive, but nothing compares to a choir of voices. Choral music uses text, and with text, choral music brings the meaning to a higher level. Orchestras must concentrate on the notes, phrase, and dynamics. A choir has to work just as hard as an orchestra, but there is the added text element. The choir must concentrate in order to communicate with the audience. In order for the meaning to come across, the words must sound the same. Diction, and vowel pronounciation are very important in choral singing. One needs to see how the words are reflected with the musical notes and line. The words give meaning to the music.