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Saint Vincent

de Paul 1 2

Place Frantz-Liszt, 75010 Paris Orgue de choeur 1853 - Cavaille-Coll

1937 - Gonzalez

1982 - Guilmard

II/22 - mechanical traction - stoplist

The choir organ was built by Cavaillé in 1858. The latter equipped the instrument with an amazing wind tunnel operated by a complex mechanism of vilebrequins, wheels and chains. Subsequently, Mutin did some work at an indeterminate date. He increased the size of the pedal and installed an independent pneumatic pedal (Bourdon 16 borrowed from the GO). In 1937, the instrument received an additional stop by Gonzalez (the addition of an 8-foot Pedal by duplication of the Flûte 8 of the GO). The organ was overhauled in 1982 by Philippe Guilmard.
photo : Jeroen de Haan
photo : Guilhem Vellut
The organs of Paris

Saint Vincent

de Paul 1

2

Place Frantz-Liszt, 75010 Paris Orgue de choeur 1853 - Cavaille-Coll

1937 - Gonzalez

1982 - Guilmard

II/22 - mechanical traction - stoplist

The choir organ was built by Cavaillé in 1858. The latter equipped the instrument with an amazing wind tunnel operated by a complex mechanism of vilebrequins, wheels and chains. Subsequently, Mutin did some work at an indeterminate date. He increased the size of the pedal and installed an independent pneumatic pedal (Bourdon 16 borrowed from the GO). In 1937, the instrument received an additional stop by Gonzalez (the addition of an 8-foot Pedal by duplication of the Flûte 8 of the GO). The organ was overhauled in 1982 by Philippe Guilmard.
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photo : Jeroen de Haan
photo : Guilhem Vellut