Madeleine 1 2
Place de la Sainte-Madeleine, 75008 Paris
Orgue de tribune
1846 - Cavaillé-Coll
1927 - Mutin
1957 - Roethinger-Boisseau
1971 - Danion-Gonzalez
1983 - Gonzalez
1988/2002 - Dargassies
* Addition of a Soubasse 32 (10 2/3 + 16) to the pedal,
during the replacement of the transmissions;
the console is mobile.
Photo GO: Jeroen de Haan
Other photos: Victor Weller
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME S-Z
Olivier Périn (titulaire adjoint)
Organiste suppléant: Jean-Louis Vieille-Girardet
Famous organists in the past: Fessy, Lefébure-Wély,
Saint-Saëns, Dubois, Fauré, Dallier, Mignan, Jeanne
Demessieux, Odile Pierre.
Monthly on Sunday 4p.m.
Masses with organ
Saturday 6p.m., Sunday 11a.m., 12.30a.m., 6p.m.;
This organ was built in 1845-1846 by Aristide
Cavaillé-Coll and inaugurated by Louis-Nicolas Séjan
and the organists of La Madeleine Fessy and Saint-
Saëns. The buffet-style "Italian Renaissance" was
designed by the architect Huvé. The instrument
consisted of 48 stops over 4 keyboards and a pedal.
Its free standing console was a novelty (for Cavaillé-
Coll). The Voix Céleste was the first ever built
During the past centuries, various modifications
were realized, among which an electrification of the
traction in 1971 and the addition of two chamades
in 2002 (as already intended by Cavaillé-Coll in
1846). It has now 60 stops and still includes 95% of
the original pipes of Cavaillé-Coll.