American Record Guide
, February 2001
"...The Chorales, with their mainly restricted registration, permit the listener the opportunity to hear solo stops with simple accompaniment to good advantage.
Psalm XVIII is a three-part work dedicated to Dupré mother. While there is ample dissonance, the overall mood is positive and encouraging. This is the high point of this recording...the instrument sounds particularly well balanced. The three Elevations are nicely handled, with a sensitive ear toward registration. These are appropriately introspective and musing piece symphony never intrudes on their subdued moo.
Evocation is the best-known work on program, in spite of its rather heavy, dark nature. Its place in the organ repertory is unquestioned."