"Epic and fairly obvious music which will undoubtedly appeal to a wide audience. Great swathes of violent chromatics tumble down through the full orchestra in a burst of almost horrifying dissonance. Dramatic, if short-lived, stuff greatly enhanced by a hearty recording which reminds us just how spatial stereo sound can be. The Polish National RSO pack a hefty punch, with pugilistic brass and gloriously incisive strings. Antoni Wit Wrings every last gramme of excitement and drama from this supercharged score. Angelus and Exodus are extended choral works providing the Cracow singers with ample opportunities to blow away any remaining cobwebs; which they do with a vengeance."