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Saint Louis en l'Ile 1-2     

19 bis, rue Saint-louis-en-l'ile, 75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

2004 - Aubertin

III/51 - mechanical traction - stoplist

photo GO: Jeroen de Haan
Saint-Louis-en-l’ile was built from 1656 to 1726. Its Jesuit-style is a nice example of 17th-century French Baroque. Organiste titulaire Benjamin Allard Concerts  Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30PM, Sunday 11AM Videos Vincent Rigot (former co-titulaire)
This organ was built in 2004-2005 by Bernard Aubertin. Its conception was based on the works of the German organ builder Zacharias Hildenbrandt, one of the favorites of Johann-Sebastian Bach. Of the former organ of Mutin (1924, in a organcase of Merklin, 1888), only two statues were conserverved and placed on the top of the organcase. Site of the organ
The organs of Paris

Saint Louis en l'Ile

1-2     

19 bis, rue Saint-louis-en-l'ile, 75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

2004 - Aubertin

III/51 - mechanical traction - stoplist

photo GO: Jeroen de Haan
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     HOME       S-Z
Saint-Louis-en-l’ile was built from 1656 to 1726. Its Jesuit- style is a nice example of 17th-century French Baroque. This organ was built in 2004-2005 by Bernard Aubertin. Its conception was based on the works of the German organ builder Zacharias Hildenbrandt, one of the favorites of Johann-Sebastian Bach. Of the former organ of Mutin (1924, in a organcase of Merklin, 1888), only two statues were conserverved and placed on the top of the organcase. Site of the organ Organiste titulaire Benjamin Allard Concerts  Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30PM, Sunday 11AM Videos Vincent Rigot (former co-titulaire)