This recording of Bulgarian choirs (male, mixed voice, female and a boys choir) is intended to offer selections of creatively arranged liturgical choral music that illustrates the wonder of the choir performance. The choirs are all from Bulgaria, and are male, mixed voice, female and a boys choir. Liturgical services do not always move from hymn to hymn; rather the hymn is most commonly a response to a call, and that is often an antiphonal interaction between the congregation/choir and the celebrant (priest and/or deacon), so there is frequently a solo voice that introduces the hymn, and may close it—and there may be solo voices in the hymn. How the solo voice and the choir interact and complement each other, and how they accomplish their joint purpose is what this collection is about. The selections purposefully contain highs and lows, quiet and loud, meditative and exuberant, in order to convey the range of emotions from the respective services.