The organs of Paris
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Saint Antoine

des Quinze-vingts 1 2

66, avenue Ledru Rollin, 75012 Paris Orgue d'accompagnement sur tribune

1909 - Merklin/Gutschenritter

1967 - Beuchet-Debierre

1979 - Barbéris

II/11 - pneumatical traction - stoplist

Photo organ case: Jeroen de Haan; other photos: Victor Weller
The Church of Saint-Antoine des Quinze-Vingts has a high-quality choir organ built by the Merklin and successors in 1908. It has a beautiful neo-Gothic buffet. Placed on the tribune of the north transept, this organ, which has 2 keyboards, pedals and 11 real stops, sounds beautifully filling the acoustics of the church perfectly. A peculiarity is its pneumatic transmission composed of brass tubes that go up along the wall. This relatively complex system shows no failures since its installation in 1908! Text : Thierry Correard
The organs of Paris

Saint Antoine

des Quinze-vingts

1 2

66, avenue Ledru Rollin, 75012 Paris Orgue d'accompagnement sur tribune

1909 - Merklin/Gutschenritter

1967 - Beuchet-Debierre

1979 - Barbéris

II/11 - pneumatical traction - stoplist

Photo organ case: Jeroen de Haan; other photos: Victor Weller
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME S-Z
The Church of Saint-Antoine des Quinze-Vingts has a high- quality choir organ built by the Merklin and successors in 1908. It has a beautiful neo-Gothic buffet. Placed on the tribune of the north transept, this organ, which has 2 keyboards, pedals and 11 real stops, sounds beautifully filling the acoustics of the church perfectly. A peculiarity is its pneumatic transmission composed of brass tubes that go up along the wall. This relatively complex system shows no failures since its installation in 1908! Text : Thierry Correard