The organs of Paris
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Saint Pierre

de Chaillot            

31 bis, avenue Marceau, 75016 Paris Orgue de tribune

1994 - Birouste

IV/64 (54)

mechanical traction (claviers)

electrical traction (jeux) - stoplist

Orgue de choeur 17xx - Anonyme (seulement buffet) 1974 - Kern

I/9 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo’s: Jeroen de Haan
The parish of Saint-Pierre de Chaillot dates back to the 11th century. The present chirch, designed by Emile Bois ion a romanesque/byzantine style, was completed in 1938. Organiste titulaire Samuel Liégeon Concerts  Occasionally

Masses with organ

Saturday 6 .30 PM Sunday 11 AM, 7 PM Videos Samuel Liégeon
The main organ is an instrument of Daniel Birouste, who designed the instrument in cooperation with two contemporary composers, to realize a stoplist and harmonisation which would suit the musical needs  of the present time. The choir organ is a former ‘orgue de salon’  from the church Saint Eustache (Paris I), built in a style of the end of the 18th century. The instrumental part is entirely new, built by Alfred Kern in 1974.
The organs of Paris

Saint Pierre

de Chaillot            

31 bis, avenue Marceau, 75016 Paris Orgue de tribune

1994 - Birouste

IV/64 (54)

mechanical traction (claviers)

electrical traction (jeux) - stoplist

Orgue de choeur 17xx - Anonyme (seulement buffet) 1974 - Kern

I/9 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo’s: Jeroen de Haan
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     HOME       S-Z
The parish of Saint-Pierre de Chaillot dates back to the 11th century. The present chirch, designed by Emile Bois ion a romanesque/byzantine style, was completed in 1938. The main organ is an instrument of Daniel Birouste, who designed the instrument in cooperation with two contemporary composers, to realize a stoplist and harmonisation which would suit the musical needs  of the present time. The choir organ is a former ‘orgue de salon’  from the church Saint Eustache (Paris I), built in a style of the end of the 18th century. The instrumental part is entirely new, built by Alfred Kern in 1974. Organiste titulaire Samuel Liégeon Concerts  Occasionally

Masses with organ

Saturday 6 .30 PM Sunday 11 AM, 7 PM Videos Samuel Liégeon