‘Sanctus’ and ‘Benedictus’ are merged together as a joyous hymn to the Lord, expressing gratitude for surviving yet another day or for getting a meal. In the ‘Agnus Dei’ the Lamb of God represents the suffering for the sins of all mankind. Here the composer lets the victims pray for their tormentors: "Lord, please forgive them, for they know not what they are doing".
The next prayer, ‘Lux Aeterna’, is another prayer for Eternal Light for the dead and an appeal to us to do the same: ‘Libera me, Domine, de morte aeterna’ (‘Deliver me, O Lord, from death eternal') is another prayer for and by the victims.
It is followed by an intense ‘Libera Me’, leading into a reprise of the ‘Dies Irae’, followed by the ‘Amen’ from the choir.
Professional composers and conductors such as Jiri Stárek (Czech Republic), Jeff Hamburg (USA), Jean Lambrechts (Belgium) and Riccardo M Sahiti (Germany) have commented on this composition and stripped it of its imperfections. They were very enthusiastic about the quality of the composition and the composer's motives.