I love how propulsive, sinister, and elegiac it is. Great reading and writing music.
Any genre is fine for recommendations, although obviously I'd much prefer the music be performed with an orchestra and/or choir. It's okay if it's a little bombastic, but let's not go too crazy - more Mass in B Minor than Carmina Burana, please. I'm also too much of a philistine for something too dissonant/aleatoric/modernist, but if you could ease me into it, I could be persuaded.
I'm already familiar with Arvo Pärt, although if there is an especially good Pärt album out there, then by all means throw it at me. I already have and enjoy the Estonian Philharmonic's Te Deum
and the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra's Fratres
I'm also already a big fan of Elliot Goldenthal's work, including but far from limited to his scores to Alien^3
and In Dreams
. If he has other scores which fit the bill, then by all means, share 'em.