Style: Instrumental worship; compare to FFH, Enya, Philips Craig and Dean
Top tracks: "Highlands," "Letters," "Normandy"
Without singing a single word, Schultz still proves himself a writer capable of touching emotional cores and instilling solemnly worshipful attitudes into listeners. Piano is at the forefront of Renaissance, but strings, woodwinds, percussion, and other classical instruments are employed to achieve serene, enthralling soundtracks to spiritual journeys. As lovely and moving as these wordless compositions are, Schultz's gentle voice and personable lyrics are some of his strongest attributes, and are at times missed here. But musically, Schultz could not have compiled a more affecting collection of songs.1
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