The organs of Paris
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Schola Cantorum           

269, rue Saint Jacques, 75005 Paris

1902 - Mutin

1960/67 - Beuchet

1987 - Barbéris

1997 - Dargassies

III/31 (27) -

mechanical traction (pédale, jeux)

electrical traction (claviers)

stoplist

Photo console: Pierre Marteau
Since 1900, the school is housed in a former English- Benedictine convent, built in 1674-1677.

Professeur d'orgue

Jean-Paul Imbert Famous teachers in the past: Alexandre Guilmant, Vincent d'Indy, Maurice and Marie-Madeleine Durufle, Jean-Jacques Grunenwald, Louis Vierne, Jean Langlais. Famous students: Maurice Duruflé, Jean-Jacques Grunenwald, Jean Langlais, Daniel Lesur, Olivier Messiaen, Déodat de Séverac, Louis Vierne…

Concerts

Seldomly Vidéo Jean-Paul Imbert
The organ is built by Mutin in 1902 and placed in the old chapel of the convent, which was transformed into a concert-hall. During 1960-1967, the Beuchet company carried out major works: the Barker machine was replaced by electrical traction GO: transformation of the Flûte octaviante 4 into a Flûte douce 4; the Trompette was replaced by a Doublette Récit: transformation of the Flûte traversière into a Flûte douce 8 and the Flûte octaviante 4 into a Flûte douce 4 Positif: Salicional 8 replaced by a Principal 4; Clarinette and Cromorne were reharmonised Pedal: Bombarde 16 was replaced by the Trompette 8 from the GO In 1987, Barbéris added a Plein jeu IV on the GO and the Flûte douce 4 of the Récit was transformed again into a Flûte octaviante. In 1997, works were done by Dargassies.
The organs of Paris

Schola Cantorum           

269, rue Saint Jacques, 75005 Paris

1902 - Mutin

1960/67 - Beuchet

1987 - Barbéris

1997 - Dargassies

III/31 (27) -

mechanical traction (pédale, jeux)

electrical traction (claviers)

stoplist

Photo console: Pierre Marteau
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     HOME       S-Z
Since 1900, the school is housed in a former English- Benedictine convent, built in 1674-1677. The organ is built by Mutin in 1902 and placed in the old chapel of the convent, which was transformed into a concert-hall. During 1960-1967, the Beuchet company carried out major works: the Barker machine was replaced by electrical traction GO: transformation of the Flûte octaviante 4 into a Flûte douce 4; the Trompette was replaced by a Doublette Récit: transformation of the Flûte traversière into a Flûte douce 8 and the Flûte octaviante 4 into a Flûte douce 4 Positif: Salicional 8 replaced by a Principal 4; Clarinette and Cromorne were reharmonised Pedal: Bombarde 16 was replaced by the Trompette 8 from the GO In 1987, Barbéris added a Plein jeu IV on the GO and the Flûte douce 4 of the Récit was transformed again into a Flûte octaviante. In 1997, works were done by Dargassies.

Professeur d'orgue

Jean-Paul Imbert Famous teachers in the past: Alexandre Guilmant, Vincent d'Indy, Maurice and Marie-Madeleine Durufle, Jean-Jacques Grunenwald, Louis Vierne, Jean Langlais. Famous students: Maurice Duruflé, Jean-Jacques Grunenwald, Jean Langlais, Daniel Lesur, Olivier Messiaen, Déodat de Séverac, Louis Vierne…

Concerts

Seldomly Vidéo Jean-Paul Imbert