What a terrific thread. I can’t resist mentioning the music of Arvo Pärt. Most of his music is expensive to rent and difficult (not necessarily technically but usually musically) but there are a few pieces Universal makes available for less expensive purchase (I believe). His music is not “in the style” of Palestrina but is directly influenced by him. Pärt abandoned serialism and stopped composing for a few years to study Palestrina before re-emerging with the “tintinnabulism” style he is now famous for. Although the music is not harmonically remniscient of sixteenth century style it is meditative and reflective in a simliar way.