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Saint Honoré d'Eylau

71 bis, rue Boissière, 75016 Paris

Orgue de la chapelle

Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant-Jésus

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The chapel of Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant-Jésus, built next to the Church of Saint-Honoré-d'Eylau, is in the Art Nouveau style. It is used for baptism ceremonies and weekday Masses. Photos : Victor Weller
1939 - Roethinger (1)

1984 - Sebire (6)

II/13 (10) - traction électrique

composition

E6 This organ was built by Edmond-Alexandre Roethinger of Strasbourg-Schiltigheim in 1939. The organ was originally in the gallery, on the side of the chapel. It was lowered and placed in the choir in 1984 by François Sebire in 1984. Nowadays the organ is installed in the chapel of Sainte Thérèse.
The organs of Paris

Saint Honoré

d'Eylau

71 bis, rue Boissière, 75016 Paris

Orgue de la chapelle

Sainte-Thérèse-de-l'Enfant-Jésus

Ancienne Eglise >

Nouvelle Eglise >

Crypte >

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1939 - Roethinger (1)

1984 - Sebire (6)

II/13 (10) - traction électrique

composition

E6 This organ was built by Edmond-Alexandre Roethinger of Strasbourg-Schiltigheim in 1939. The organ was originally in the gallery, on the side of the chapel. It was lowered and placed in the choir in 1984 by François Sebire in 1984. Nowadays the organ is installed in the chapel of Sainte Thérèse.