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This instrument was built in 1910 by Charles Mutin. In 1924, Mutin made an overhaul and added three stops to the Swell (Basson 16', Cor de Nuit 8', Soprano Harmonique 4'). During the work, Mutin also proposed a transmission of the Basson 16' from the Swell to the Pedal (unrealized). In 1985, the instrument was restored by Maciet. A new Plein Jeu IV was made (the old one was removed earlier), the 16' Basson of the Swell was removed in favour of a Sesquialtera, and the Baryton 4' was replaced by a Principal 2'. The first 30 notes of the 16' Basson of the Swell were added to the Pedal.
Organiste titulaire Mr. Haruki Famous organists in the past: Michel Chapuis used to work here daily during his study at the conservatoire. Concerts -

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:30 PM, Sunday 10:30 AM and 6:30 PM Video -
This church was built during 1909-1924, desgined by the architect Jules-Godefroy Astruc. The current liturgical design was created in 2000. The current liturgical design was created in 2000.
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Organiste titulaire Mr. Haruki Famous organists in the past: Michel Chapuis used to work here daily during his study at the conservatoire. Concerts -

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:30 PM, Sunday 10:30 AM and 6:30 PM Video -
This instrument was built in 1910 by Charles Mutin. In 1924, Mutin made an overhaul and added three stops to the Swell (Basson 16', Cor de Nuit 8', Soprano Harmonique 4'). During the work, Mutin also proposed a transmission of the Basson 16' from the Swell to the Pedal (unrealized). In 1985, the instrument was restored by Maciet. A new Plein Jeu IV was made (the old one was removed earlier), the 16' Basson of the Swell was removed in favour of a Sesquialtera, and the Baryton 4' was replaced by a Principal 2'. The first 30 notes of the 16' Basson of the Swell were added to the Pedal.