"Silent Night" has always been a celebrated Christmas track, and over the years it would be innovative to search for new yet traditionally merit arrangements of this Christmas carol. For Enya's version, it's simply good - short, simple, sweet, but rather boring after some time. After all, you've heard the song so many times, and sadly her new arrangement just isn't captivating enough. Of course, it's worth listening to, but to rearrange a song in her own unique style, nah...I think she could do better!
Still, I especially enjoyed "Oriel Window" - it's a piano recital on par or maybe even better than all her wonderful piano pieces released in her previous albums, such as "Watermark" and "From Where I Am". The last track doesn't meet up to the former's standard, nonetheless it has the haunting magic that made Enya a success from producing "Watermark".
If you're an avid Enya fan (like me), I don't think you should miss this out from your collection of records. However, if you've never heard her music, I advise you not to purchase this yet as it would give you a "gimmicky" impression of this new-age diva. Get her other CDs and get in the swing of her music first, then see how you'd react to her own style of musical composition in a classic Christmas carol.