The technical stuff seems OK - sounds fine to me. If the review is of the actual music - well, Verdi's better at writing masses. The Cherubini seems lack-lustre and imitative after the Verdi. One point for interesting discussion - why do I, as an atheist, find Verdi's music so moving ? The words are so much mumbo-jumbo - lambs, trumpets, father killing his son, salvation - it's all just nonsense. But the effect on me anyway is as if I believe in it - uplifted by the Gloria, soothed by the Benedictus/ Weird !