My "Requiem" actually is no Requiem (a mass for the dead; you would have to believe in an afterlife to wish him an eternal rest). Yet it is a song cycle meant for funerals, or so. Also, I should possibly have named it "my Requiem" because most songs are sung in the first person. On the other hand, I'm not sure I would want it played at my own funeral. Of course, I wouldn't be able to hear it anyway. Whatever...
I enjoyed the collection. Not a sing-along type of thing, more one to concentrate on the lyrics, which have a pleasing thematic unity. I was struck by the bleak trance-like simplicity of "No More." I also liked the more melodic "Farewell,"which had an English folk song feel to it and "Leaving Traces."
I may or may not be an enigma