See Timothy Tikker's review. He basically said it all. For those of us who know and love Mme. Alain's first complete recording of her brother's works, this new performance leads to many insights of a talented composer and beloved brother. Admittedly, I would have liked organs with steady wind...but that aside, the music sounds most interesting on each of the organs used in this two-volume set. The Alain family organ is heard for the first time (I think...) on a recording, and it is also interesting that we hear Mme. Alain play an electric-action organ at the Madaleine, on which she plays the Three Dances. This is haunting music with never a dull or ungrateful note. Love shines through this performance. If you ever know anyone who is practicing a work by Jehan Alain, or better, have the chance to attend a master class by Mme. Alain, you will learn even more about this music. It is well worth having any and all recordings of Jehan Alain's music as performed by his sister. I believe you will find this new set engaging and and a most rewarding listening experience.