Welcome to the introduction page
for the Lee Saunders project 'The Puzzle'.
'The Puzzle' is a project created by Lee
Saunders that uses music, and visuals to look at key pivotal
events of the 20th Century that have shaped the world in which
we live today. These events of the 20th Century are all inter-related
by cause or effect, and have set the course for the 21st Century.
Using music and other forms of media, the project will build up
a picture of the past that has brought us to the present.
This site offers a comprehensive look into the
project and acts as the information backdrop to compliment the
CDs available. The site allows visitors to access pages relevant
to the music, the historical events that are featured and have
inspired the project.
The information is available for those who want
to know more about the inspirational events behind the music,
and an insight into the ever expanding Puzzle project.
Future releases will also act as pieces of The
Puzzle, and will cover other aspects of the 20th Century,
building up a audio-visual representation of circumstances that
have set in motion the unfolding, and enigmatic events of the
This site, and its contents is copyright protected,
and all rights are reserved. Any use of information, beyond private
use, needs permission from Crystal Music International.
This site offers visitors various different ways
to use the information available, and is divided into Zones.
The 'Central Zone'
: The 'Central Zone' is the core of the site which holds pages
relevant to information regarding contact and the people behind
The 'Music Zone'
: Allows access to the individual links to each track featured
on the CD, and within each page a brief outline of the track's
historical reference. Each page will also offer an insight into
the lyrics, short sound samples, and reviews associated with the
The 'Historical Zones'
: Contain different aspects featured within the project so far.
This includes a 'World War II Zone'. The zone also has an internal
navigator to allow the visitor to enter the historical zone relevant
to the album, and view more indepth information pertaining to
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