Christian Forshaw and the Sanctuary Ensemble are perfectionists. Perfect sonorities with a perfect delivery from Christian (Composer,soprano/alto/baritone saxophone) Grace Davidson (soprano voice), Rob Farrer (percussion), Alexander Mason (organ) and, on one track, three more voices. The material, all composed and directed by Chrisian, was inspired by a book "A Song for Jenny" written by Julie Ncholson the mother of a victim of the London 7/7 bombing. Over some 5 years Christian has refined the material on this disc through live performances one of which I was privileged to hear (in Southwell Minster). In my opinion a live performance has an edge over a recording but it's only marginal. With sung and spoken text on 6 of the sections the work cannot be described as an easy listen neither is it particularly rich in saxophone performance. As the title implies it is a modern work requiring contemplation.