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Saint Antoine

de Padoue

52 boulevard Lefebvre, 75015 Paris

1906/20 - Mutin

1945 - ??

2008 - Olivier Chevron

II/22 (18) - mechanical traction -

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This organ was built by Mutin for the Touche concert hall in Paris (1906). Transferred in 1926 to Saint-Dominique (Paris 14th), the organ was then devoid of its buffet, which is currently in a church in Verdun, housing an organ of Alexis Collet. Around 1945, he was moved again, this time to Saint-Antoine de Padua, where he is still present. It was restored by Olivier Chevron in 2008, and provided on this occasion with a buffet without front pipes. Source: facebook The Organs of Charles Mutin/Xavier Lebrun.
The organs of Paris

Saint Antoine

de Padoue

52 boulevard Lefebvre, 75015 Paris

1906/20 - Mutin

1945 - ??

2008 - Olivier Chevron

II/22 (18) - mechanical traction -

stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME S-Z
This organ was built by Mutin for the Touche concert hall in Paris (1906). Transferred in 1926 to Saint- Dominique (Paris 14th), the organ was then devoid of its buffet, which is currently in a church in Verdun, housing an organ of Alexis Collet. Around 1945, he was moved again, this time to Saint-Antoine de Padua, where he is still present. It was restored by Olivier Chevron in 2008, and provided on this occasion with a buffet without front pipes. Source: facebook The Organs of Charles Mutin/Xavier Lebrun.