ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt ALL ORGANS
Famous organists in the past: Edouard Souberbielle
Masses with organ
Saturday 6:15 PM; Sunday 11:00 AM
The organ, located on a magnificent 18th century tribune,
was built by Didier from Epinal in 1902. The buffet was
carved by the famous nancean cabinetmaker Vallin. It was
inaugurated by E. Gigout on December 10, 1902. The
mechanics were designed by Schaeffer, former mechanic of
Cavaillé-Coll, while the harmony was entrusted to Fernand
Prince, former harmonist of Cavaillé-Coll.
Around 1950, Gonzalez added a pneumatic call system for
the stops and made an overhaul.
In 1971, Beuchet did work on mechanics, the console and
modified a few stops towards a neo-classical aesthetic.