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Saint Gervais 1 - 2

13, rue des barres, 75004 Paris Orgue du transept sud

XIXth - Buffet

1845 - Daubaine-Callinet

1912 - Reinburg

1930/57 - Rochesson

1967 - Gutschenritter

1992 - Dargassies

II/16 (15) - mechanical traction -

stoplist

St Gervais sheltered the famous dynasty of the Couperin family, for more than two centuries, beginning in 1653. On one side of the church, the house of the Couperins still stands; a plaque commemorates the Couperins' tenure in this place.
Orgue du transept nord

clavi-organum

A curious instrument born from the out-of- nature mating of a bourdon (first keyboard) and a lute on the second keyboard.
The St Gervais choir organ was built by Daublaine Callinet in 1845. It was inaugurated by Boëly and Fessy. It featured 13 stops. The neo-Gothic buffet was designed by Baltard. Overhauled in 1912 (Reinburg) and 1930 (Rochesson), it was transferred in 1940 to the South Transept. In 1967, during an overhaul, Gutschenritter took the opportunity to add a Doublette and a Fourniture III rgs on a pneumatic system.
The organs of Paris

Saint Gervais 1 - 2

13, rue des barres, 75004 Paris Orgue du transept sud

XIXth - Buffet

1845 - Daubaine-Callinet

1912 - Reinburg

1930/57 - Rochesson

1967 - Gutschenritter

1992 - Dargassies

II/16 (15) - mechanical traction -

stoplist

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The St Gervais choir organ was built by Daublaine Callinet in 1845. It was inaugurated by Boëly and Fessy. It featured 13 stops. The neo-Gothic buffet was designed by Baltard. Overhauled in 1912 (Reinburg) and 1930 (Rochesson), it was transferred in 1940 to the South Transept. In 1967, during an overhaul, Gutschenritter took the opportunity to add a Doublette and a Fourniture III rgs on a pneumatic system.
Orgue du transept nord

clavi-organum

A curious instrument born from the out-of- nature mating of a bourdon (first keyboard) and a lute on the second keyboard.