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Saint Joseph

des Nations 

161, rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris

1874 - Stolz

1904 - Mutin

1935 - Costa-Duval

1963 - Gonzalez

1980/2008 - Dargassies

III/46 (40) - electrical traction - stoplist

Saint Joseph was built in 1867-74 by Théodore Ballu (1817-1885), in a roman style. As a reminder to its location in a neighbourhood of populations of various nationalities, the Church took the name of St Joseph des Nations (St Joseph of the nations) in the 1980s. Organiste titulaire  Frédéric Dupont Titulaire emérite: Michel Estellet-Brun Concerts  Seldomly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.00 PM Sunday 9.30, 11 AM Videos Michel Estellet-Brun
The organ case was designed by Théodore Ballu, the architect of the church. The organ itself was built in 1874 by the brothers Stoltz (Édouard and Eugène). It has had a turbulenmt history with approx fifteen organbuilders working on it. The most important works included: 1904: Charles Mutin added a Quinte on the Swell 1935: Costa-Duval changed the harmonization unknown date: works on the mechanical parts by Merklin 1963: Electrification by Gonzalez 1983: Comprehensive restoration by Dargassies 1987-1993: further works by Dargassies 1997: addition of a chimes and an interface MIDI by Dargassies 2004: again comprehensive works by Dargassies 2016: comprehensive maintenance works by Dargassies Site of the organ L’oeuvre d’orgue de Michel Estellet-Brun
The organs of Paris

Saint Joseph

des Nations 

161, rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris

1874 - Stolz

1904 - Mutin

1935 - Costa-Duval

1963 - Gonzalez

1980/2008 - Dargassies

III/46 (40) - electrical traction - stoplist

ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     HOME       S-Z
Saint Joseph was built in 1867-74 by Théodore Ballu (1817- 1885), in a roman style. As a reminder to its location in a neighbourhood of populations of various nationalities, the Church took the name of St Joseph des Nations (St Joseph of the nations) in the 1980s. The organ case was designed by Théodore Ballu, the architect of the church. The organ itself was built in 1874 by the brothers Stoltz (Édouard and Eugène). It has had a turbulenmt history [260 KB] with approx fifteen organbuilders working on it. The most important works included: 1904: Charles Mutin added a Quinte on the Swell 1935: Costa-Duval changed the harmonization unknown date: works on the mechanical parts by Merklin 1963: Electrification by Gonzalez 1983: Comprehensive restoration by Dargassies 1987-1993: further works by Dargassies 1997: addition of a chimes and an interface MIDI by Dargassies 2004: again comprehensive works by Dargassies 2016: comprehensive maintenance works by Dargassies Site of the organ L’oeuvre d’orgue de Michel Estellet-Brun Organiste titulaire  Frédéric Dupont Titulaire emérite: Michel Estellet-Brun Concerts  Seldomly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.00 PM Sunday 9.30, 11 AM Videos Michel Estellet-Brun