I purchased this CD after having purchased "Passion and Resurrection", a collection of choral works by the fellow "Baltic School" and Latvian composer Eriks Esenvalds. The Esenvalds was more adventurous, somewhat more avant-garde, but also more beautiful and affecting; indeed, striking. Miskinis is on the same page, but is more subdued and lacks the moments of ecstatic beauty that I found in the Esenvalds. Still, the music and performances are very good, and I have listened to the CD several times. For me, this is a much appreciated school of modern choral composition which eschews the dull, repetitive, and predictable strains of modern British choral music, which I can barely even listen to. Believe me, I have been a lover of Bach, Mozart, Haydn, and Poulenc sacred choral music for decades, and I find this genre just as enjoyable and meaningful. Recommended!