32, avenue Reille, 75014 Paris
1964 - Paul Anneessens
I/5 - mechanical traction
Bourdon 8 - Flûte à cheminée 4 - Principal 2 -
Sifflet1 1/3 - Fourniture III
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt ALL ORGANS
This chapel was erected in 1911. In 1964, on the occasion
of its consecration, the chapel was equipped with a small
organ built by the Annessens House of Menin (B). The
organ has a keyboard with stops cut in bass and treble.
The piping arranged chromatically is protected by a
The Franciscains Missionnaires de Marie community in
Paris sold the former convent (32, avenue Reille Paris XIV)
in 2017 to a real estate developer and moved in 2020 to
the XVII (37 rue Jean Leclaire). The organ was sold to a
private person. There is no organ in the new chapel.