The organs of Paris
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Saint Germain

de Charonne

4, place Saint-Blaise, 75020 Paris 1850 - Suret

2005 - Villard

II/13 (12) - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo of the organ: Vincent Hildebrandt
According to tradition, around 430, Saint Germain,then Bishop of Auxerre,would have met on the hillsides of Charonne a young girl from Nanterre: Saint Genevieve, the future patron saint of Paris. Legend says that the church was erected by the inhabitants of the place on the site of a small oratory in memory of this meeting. The Church of Saint-Germain-de-Charonne harmoniously combines some vestiges of the 12th century (large pillars of the tower) with elegant architecture, for the most part from the 17th and 18th centuries. Before the annexation of 1860, it was the parish church of the former village of Charonne.
Organiste titulaire Fabienne Joulia Concerts -

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:30 p.m. and Sunday 6:30 p.m.

Videos

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L’instrument a été construit en 1850 par le facteur Suret. En 1936, la Maison Guttschenritter effectua une restauration intégrale de l’instrument. En 2005, le facteur Jean-Pascal Villard a effectué une restauration de l’instrument.
The organs of Paris

Saint Germain

de Charonne

4, place Saint-Blaise, 75020 Paris 1850 - Suret

2005 - Villard

II/13 (12) - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo of the organ: Vincent Hildebrandt
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME S-Z
Organiste titulaire Fabienne Joulia Concerts -

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:30 p.m. and Sunday 6:30 p.m.

Videos

-
L’instrument a été construit en 1850 par le facteur Suret. En 1936, la Maison Guttschenritter effectua une restauration intégrale de l’instrument. En 2005, le facteur Jean-Pascal Villard a effectué une restauration de l’instrument.