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Upon the completion of the church, Suret placed an organ
he had built and exhibited the same year at the World's Fair
where he had been awarded.
In 1901, Abbey added a Soubasse and increased the scope
of the keyboards and the Pedal.
In 1989, it was decided to entrust the creation of a new
organ to Theo Haerpfer. The old organ was dismantled and
is currently preserved in the storge of the City of Paris.
The instrument was inaugurated at the end of 1989 by
Gaston Litaize. In 1992 and 2005, additional works were
done by Bernard Hurvy and Yves Fossaert. The Voce
humana of the GO was replaced by a Quintaton 16' and the
Dessus de flûte of the Positif was replaced by a Salicional 8'.
Masses with organ
Saturday 6:30 PM,
Sunday 10, 11 AM and 6:30 PM