The organs of Paris
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Saint Gervais  1-2

13, rue des barres,  75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

1601 - Mathieu Langhedul

1628 - Pierre Pescheur

1659 - Pierre Thierry

1676/85 - Alexandre Thierry

1714 - François Thierry

1758/68 - Louis Bessart

1769/80 - François-Henri Clicquot

1812 - Pierre-François Dallery

1843 - Louis-Paul Dallery

1973 - Danion - Gonzalez

2000 - Muhleisen

V/41 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Organiste titulaire Aude Heurtematte, Olivier Trachier, Jean-Baptiste Courtois Famous organists in the past: Couperin family (1653-1826) Concerts  Each first Saturday of the month at 4 PM (september-july)

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30 PM Sunday 11 AM Vidéo not available Other organs in Paris in French-classical style
St-Gervais-St-Protais is one of the oldest places of worship in Paris (6th century) and among the first parochial churches of 'la rive droite'. The present church was built in the 16-17th century, in Flamboyant Gothic style, with other styles superimposed. Its frontage was completed in 1620 (first example of the classical style in Paris). Today St- Gervais-St-Protais is the house of the Monastic and Lay Communities of Jerusalem.
photo GO: Jeroen de Haan The organ at St Gervais is one of the oldest of Paris. It was built by Francois-Henri Clicquot, who used parts of the former organ. Most of the 41 stops are old, which is extraordinary for a Parisian organ. 17 are from the 17th century (e.g. the voix humaine of Pescheur) , 15 from the 18th century, including all reeds. Only five stops were reconstructed in 1974. In addition, all wind-chests date from before the revolution. Les orgues de choeur de St Gervais
The organs of Paris

Saint Gervais  1-2

13, rue des barres,  75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

1601 - Mathieu Langhedul

1628 - Pierre Pescheur

1659 - Pierre Thierry

1676/85 - Alexandre Thierry

1714 - François Thierry

1758/68 - Louis Bessart

1769/80 - François-Henri Clicquot

1812 - Pierre-François Dallery

1843 - Louis-Paul Dallery

1973 - Danion - Gonzalez

2000 - Muhleisen

V/41 - mechanical traction - stoplist

photo GO: Jeroen de Haan St-Gervais-St-Protais is one of the oldest places of worship in Paris (6th century) and among the first parochial churches of 'la rive droite'. The present church was built in the 16-17th century, in Flamboyant Gothic style, with other styles superimposed. Its frontage was completed in 1620 (first example of the classical style in Paris). Today St-Gervais-St-Protais is the house of the Monastic and Lay Communities of Jerusalem.
Organiste titulaire Aude Heurtematte, Olivier Trachier, Jean-Baptiste Courtois Famous organists in the past: Couperin family (1653-1826) Concerts  Each first Saturday of the month at 4 PM (september-july)

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30 PM Sunday 11 AM Videos not available Other classical organs in Paris
The organ at St Gervais is one of the oldest of Paris. It was built by Francois-Henri Clicquot, who used parts of the former organ. Most of the 41 stops are old (e.g. the voix humaine of Pescheur), which is extraordinary for a Parisian organ. 17 are from the 17th century, 15 from the 18th century, including all reeds. Only five stops were reconstructed in 1974. In addition, all wind-chests date from before the revolution. Choir organs of St Gervais
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