This disc represents very good value to just about every category of prospective customer. If you don't know the music or don't have recordings of it then the relatively low price is married to very attractive and musical interpretations of all three works and a rich and detailed recording quality. If you are interested in "historical" performances then this has to be one of the very best recorded and performed Saint-Saens Organ Symphonies from the early period of stereo. Even in two-channel playback on the stereo level of the disc this is pretty impressive sound. Those who admire Charles Munch or the Boston Symphony Orchestra will find the disc self-recommending.
The Saint-Saens has long been thought of as a benchmark performance by critics, especially those in the USA, and this seems completely fair as it is exciting, alert and airy. The Debussy and Ibert pieces are also very fine.