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Saint Séverin 1-2

5, Rue Saint Séverin, 75005 Paris Orgue de choeur 1966 - Philippe Hartmann

I/7 - mechanical traction

Manual Bourdon 8’ b/d Principal 8’ b/d Flüte 4’ b/d Prestant 4’ b/d Doublette 2’ b/d Cornet d Pedal Soubasse 16’ Flüte 8’ Tirasse - Tremblant Orgue de la chapelle Mansart 197x - Yves Koenig I/4 - mechanical traction Bourdon 8’ b/d - Flüte 4’ b/d - Doublette 2’ - Tierce Tremblant Photos: Vincent Hildebrandt
The old choir organ of Saint Séverin, built by Roethinger and moved to the church of Ducey ( Manche) when the neo-gothic furniture of the church was removed in 1954.
The choir organ was built by Philippe Hartmann in 1966 and the shutters of the buffet were painted by Roger Chapelet, painter of the French Navy (father of Francis Chapelet). It was restored and expanded by Dominique Lalmand in 1996 by two pedal stops in a separate case behind the organ. The small portable organ of the Mansart chapel is built by Yves Koenig, for the conductor Paul Kuentz, very active in Saint Séverin during the 70s. It was bought by the parish in 1996. Both organs are maintained by Michel Goussu. Source: l’église Saint-Séverin
The old choir organ of Saint Séverin, built by Roethinger and moved to the church of Ducey ( Manche) when the neo-gothic furniture of the church was removed in 1954.
The organs of Paris

Saint Séverin 1-2

5, Rue Saint Séverin, 75005 Paris Orgue de choeur 1966 - Philippe Hartmann

I/7 - mechanical traction

Manual Bourdon 8’ b/d Principal 8’ b/d Flüte 4’ b/d Prestant 4’ b/d Doublette 2’ b/d Cornet d Pedal Soubasse 16’ Flüte 8’ Tirasse - Tremblant Orgue de la chapelle Mansart 197x - Yves Koenig I/4 - mechanical traction Bourdon 8’ b/d - Flüte 4’ b/d - Doublette 2’ - Tierce Tremblant Photos: Vincent Hildebrandt
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The choir organ was built by Philippe Hartmann in 1966 and the shutters of the buffet were painted by Roger Chapelet, painter of the French Navy (father of Francis Chapelet). It was restored and expanded by Dominique Lalmand in 1996 by two pedal stops in a separate case behind the organ. The small portable organ of the Mansart chapel is built by Yves Koenig, for the conductor Paul Kuentz, very active in Saint Séverin during the 70s. It was bought by the parish in 1996. Both organs are maintained by Michel Goussu. Source: l’église Saint-Séverin