The organs of Paris
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Saint Denys du Saint

Sacrement     

68 bis, rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris Orgue de tribune

1839 - Daublaine-Callinet

1867 - Cavaillé-Coll

1970 - Gutschenritter

1984 - Barbéris

2008 - Dargassies *

III/38 - electrical traction - stoplist*

* Cymbale Positif: III ranks Orgue de choeur

1874 - Cavaillé-Coll

1986 - Barbéris

II/12 (10) - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo Orgue de choeur: Pierre Marteau
This church was built by Étienne-Hippolyte Godde in a neoclassical style between 1826 and 1835. Organiste titulaire  Thierry Adhumeau Titulaire adjoint: Emmanuel Hocde Concerts  Seldomly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6h30PM, Sunday 9h30AM, 11AM Vidéo Emmanuel Hocde
The main organ (1839) was one of the first built by the Daublaine Callinet House under the artistic direction of Félix Danjou and can be considered as a typical ‘transitional’ instrument, still classical, but with some new features (gamba’s, dulcian, clarinet, free reeds). The organ had originally 31 stops spread over 3 keyboards and pedal. he organ was restored several times, in 1867 and 1883 by Cavaillé-Coll, in 1970 by Gutschenritter, in 1984 by Jacques Barbéris and the latest restoration was done by Dargassies in 2008.
The organs of Paris

Saint Denys du

Saint Sacrement     

68 bis, rue de Turenne, 75003 Paris Orgue de tribune

1839 - Daublaine-Callinet

1867 - Cavaillé-Coll

1970 - Gutschenritter

1984 - Barbéris

2008 - Dargassies *

III/38 - electrical traction - stoplist*

* Cymbale Positif: III ranks Orgue de choeur

1874 - Cavaillé-Coll

1986 - Barbéris

II/12 (10) - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo Orgue de choeur: Pierre Marteau
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     HOME       S-Z
This church was built by Étienne-Hippolyte Godde in a neoclassical style between 1826 and 1835. The main organ (1839) was one of the first built by the Daublaine Callinet House under the artistic direction of Félix Danjou and can be considered as a typical ‘transitional’ instrument, still classical, but with some new features (gamba’s, dulcian, clarinet, free reeds). The organ had originally 31 stops spread over 3 keyboards and pedal. he organ was restored several times, in 1867 and 1883 by Cavaillé-Coll, in 1970 by Gutschenritter, in 1984 by Jacques Barbéris and the latest restoration was done by Dargassies in 2008. Organiste titulaire  Thierry Adhumeau Titulaire adjoint: Emmanuel Hocde Concerts  Seldomly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6h30PM, Sunday 9h30AM, 11AM Vidéo Emmanuel Hocde