A meaningful ensemble written in the style of a passacaglia, which means the bass line repeats over and over, with variations above in one or many voices. In this case, there are parts for handbells, vocals, flute, clarinet, violin, viola, and harp which play over the cello ostinato (repeated pattern). The words are very few and are symbolic of world peace and love. The book contains the full score and parts for all instruments listed above, and additionally triangle, and the viola and clarinet parts transposed for C instrument. Not difficult at all, this would be appropriate for any choir, but most especially a combination of adult and children’s choirs with multi-instrumentalists. The story behind the writing is told in the introduction, and is really nice. Co-written by Sharon Thormahlen and Anna Thormahlen Jenkins. A lovely dual effort; much needed and appreciated. INTERMEDIATE, ALL HARPS.