Bernard Rose’s responses from 1957 are so popular they are sung every night somewhere in the English-speaking world. Now we can explore some of his lesser-known works, each displaying his uncanny ability to push the boundaries of harmonic expression while staying firmly rooted in the Anglican tradition. His son, Gregory, conducts the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir with unique insight (the Lord’s Prayer, for example, is considerably more expansive than most evensong renderings), introduces us to his father’s tender poetry settings and reminds us that Rose deserves greater recognition for his profound influence on English music-making.