Unlike some of the other reviewers, although I acquired this album several years ago, I am not familiar with any of Reich's other works, or other releases of Tehillim, which may or may not be better than the one at hand. What I can say, however, is that over the several years since acquiring this album, I have come to enjoy the latter half, consisting of "Three Movements", to a greater extent, and during a wider variety of moods, than "Tehillim", although I was originally interested in this album for the first half due to the ancient Hebrew for Psalms 18, 19, 34, and 150. "Tehillim" is still the reason I hold on to this album, but in my opinion one has to be in the right mood to listen to it. For example, this is not the type of work to listen to when needing mental concentration. A more cheerful, uplifting recording of the Psalms, although in Latin rather than Hebrew, is "Utopia Triumphans" (Huelgas Ensemble, Paul Van Nevel). Refer to my review for that work.