Normally, I find Scott Morrison's reviews a reliable guide to good listening, but I am convinced he missed the boat on this one. True, no one will place Ms. Le beau's piano works alongside those of, say, Schumann or Mendelssohn. But I found the pieces tuneful and entertaining, even if at times little more than parlor music (but what's wrong with that?). I am wondering whether Mr. Morrison was having a bad day. Yes, the composer does love arpeggios. I find her use of them them frequently relaxing (in a minimalist sort of way). Beyond that, I was enthralled by her "Ballade" (listening to which sent me straight to my computer to pen this review).
Fortunately, before coming upon Mr. Morrison's rant, I had read the review by Fanfare critic Michael Cameron (quoted on the Archiv Music site), who concluded that this was "a generous helping (80 minutes!) of engaging piano works performed in captivating style by a perceptive pianist."
Unless you must limit your listening to "profound musical masterpieces," I suggest you invest in this unsung treasure.