Widor is a composer mostly remembered for two organ symphonies and, of those, mostly a single movement from one is actually heard in the real world. This recording will not change Widor's status.
There are a lot of romantic piano concertos out there--this is, after all, volume 55 in the current series--and most are justly forgotten. Sometimes those by serious composers, as opposed to virtuoso pianists writing showpieces for themselves, rise a bit above the pack. These, alas, not so much.
Oh, they're tuneful, they're pleasant, and there is some good piano-banging going on. But they don't stand out from hordes of other such works. Nice enough as romantic background music, but nothing special.
I actually liked the Fantaisie better than either of the concertos. The freer form seems to fit Widor, and there is a nice theme and some jaunty playing. It builds to what would have made a grande finale, except Widor keeps it going a little longer--the old problem of a composer having trouble knowing how to end a piece.