2, avenue Stéphane-Mailaumé, 75017 Paris
Orgue de tribune
1948 - Rochesson (Beuchet-Debierre)
1995 - Birouste
Orgue de la chapelle de semaine
183x - John Abbey
I/3 - mechanical traction
Bourdon 8’, Dulciane 8’, Prestant 4’
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The organ was built by the Maison Beuchet-Debierre
shortly after the Second World War. It replaced an
Abbey organ of which very little is known about its
provenance. Beuchet-Debierre incorporated part of
the organ of the mansion of the Dujarric de la Rivière
family located in Boulogne-Billancourt, which the
parish had bought a few years earlier. Given the
financial budget and the size of the tribune (which
was enlarged to accommodate the organ), the entire
piping was not reinstalled, but was carefully
The instrument was completed in 1953 and
inaugurated by Jean Langlais. In 1995 the instrument
was enlarged by Daniel Birouste. The latter modified
the console and some stops were re-harmonized to
evolve the organ into the neo-baroque aesthetic.
In 2021, the set of bells that had been sold to St
Joseph des Epinettes (17th arrondissement) was
bought by the parish and incorporated into the
Currently a project to rebuild the instrument to
highlight the Dujarric organ and the aesthetics of the
1930s is being studied.
Organ of the week chapel
In 2021, the parish received a small John Abbey organ
that is said to date from the 1830s. It is one of the
first organs of this builder who was then still
established at 319 rue St Denis.
The instrument is entirely expressive, but the
expression seems to be later than its construction.
The keyboards are retractable when closing the
Famous organists in the past: Naji Hakim , Joachim
Havard de la Montagne.
Masses with organ
Saturday at 6pm, Sunday at 9.30am (extraordinary
form), 11.15am and 7pm.