Chapelle de l’Ecole
Saint Michel de
47, rue de Picpus , 75012 Paris
1880 - Stoltz
I/4 - mechanical traction
Clavier (56 notes)
Flûte 8’ ( Basses & Dessus, coupure entre Mi3/Fa3)
Bourdon 8’ (Basses & Dessus)
Prestant 4’ (Basses & Dessus)
Basson-hautbois 8’ (Basses & Dessus)
en tirasse (13 notes)
It is a small accompaniment instrument built around 1880
by the Stoltz brothers. The instrument is entirely
the expression is done by a notched spoon.
The buffet, lined with 3 flats with fake pipes, is actually
to hide the expressive box that contains the entire organ.
There is no organ anymore at the chapel since years.
It’s unknown what has happened with the organ.
photo: Jeroen de Haan
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