If I like Gorecki'S Symphony 3 I'll like.....?

I enjoy this piece immensely, probably due to the synthesis of female voice and a symphonic work. Can someone recommend other compositions that I might enjoy?
Nothing quite as somber but equally beautiful moody vocals;

Natalie Dessay Vocalizes on EMI Classics

and there are a few excellent tracks here;

Tapestry - Come into my garden on Telarc.

Mahler Symphonies 2,3,4 or 8.
Valentin Silvestrov. Check him out on youtube- "Silent Songs". "Metamusik; Postludium"

Alan Hovhaness
Arvo Pärt

john tavener
Andrzej Panufnik: Symphony No.3 (Sinfonia Sacra).
Gorecki 3 is unique. It is one of my favorites too. I just returned from a live performance in Indianapolis. A memorable experience to say the least.
His Daddy.Lutoslawski, a number of his works on Naxos with Polish National RSO, all very good to excellent.His Symphony #4 is a masterpiece. In Poland itself he is widely considered THE best Polish composer in a hundred years, many say since Chopin.
Upon reflection , aka forgetful in my old age, Gorecki pretty much copied Karol Szymanowski .
His Symphony #3 ""Song of the Night" in particular.Gorecki got popular because some BBC program used him for a theme.
Szymanowski (1882-1937) is a better composer.
I keep trying to find anything I like as much as Gorecki #3 and coming up crickets. Just listened to Bruckner #8 in hope, and found it shrieky. I own 4 versions of G #3 and dig them all.