"...The organist provides suitably detailed notes and the whole project is one to be recommended wholeheartedly."
Gerald Fenech - ClassicalNet.com - 15 October 2003
"...The recorded sound is up to realizing the subtle flute stops found in the Paer concerto, and the fall wallop of the pedal tones found everywhere else. Balances between the organ and all the ancillary instruments are convincing."
William Zagorski - Fanfare - September-October 2006
"Entirely Satisfying in its execution and intriguing in its conception is Enjott Schneider’s new (2002) Echo Concerto for organ and string orchestra... Schneider’s music is intelligently written and scored. The idiom is broadly tonal, although developing in intensity as the music progresses, and there are some arresting effects. While this is undoubtedly the most unusual piece on the disc, other works are just as interesting for their rarity. The apparently unpublished Concerto in D for organ and orchestra, written in the 1790s by the irrepressibly cheerful Ferdinando Paër, well deserves its outing. At the other end of the spectrum, indeed very much more serious, are three works for organ with brass ensemble. Salvum fac populum tuum, written by Widor in anticipation of the end of the First World War, is better known that the Choral Médieval and Thème, Variations et Final of Jean Langlais. Unpublished in these versions, the Langlais pieces have a novelty value, though there are some problems of intonation between brass and solo instrument. Organist Franz Hauk deserves credit for recording this repertoire; this is now the sixth disc of organ and orchestral music he has made for Guild in collaboration with various Ingolstadt-based orchestras."
International Record Review - February 2004
"...More of this, please. Warmly recommended."
Hubert Culot - MusicWeb - 17 November 2003