d'Indy is a French composer solidly in the tradition of the finest late-Romantic Germans. These pieces are absolutely beautiful. The Luxembourg Philharmonic under Krivine is very good, and I have no complaints about the technical aspects, either.
One minor complaint is use of vibrato in certain French Horn solos, which, if you've read any of my other reviews, is something I don't care for. If that doesn't trouble you, it won't matter. If you feel as I do, you'll be comforted to know that it is very infrequent.
Other than that, it seems to me that something more could have been done with the overall performance. It's just fine if you're not familiar with these pieces, but I can imagine that in the future, I'll be looking for a recording of these works that gives just a bit more attention to subtlety and detail, as well as more dynamic contrast. These negative observations are trivial, however. This is a good recording to own.