The organs of Paris
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Bourg la Reine,

Eglise Luthérienne

26 rue Ravon, 92340 Bourg la Reine 1971 1971 – Henri Saby 1990 - Adrien Maciet II/4 – Mechanical traction (manuals), electropneumatical traction (stops) 1er Clavier (56 notes) Flûte a cheminée 8 Montre 4 Doublette 2 2ème Clavier (56 notes) Bourdon 8 Pédale (30 notes) en tirasse I, II Accouplement II/I Photos of the organ: Victor Weller
In 1861, a small chapel attached to the Church of the Augsburg denomination was inaugurated on Rue Ravon. Faced with the increasing number of members of the parish, the back of the temple was extended in 1950 and the building was finally equipped with an aisle, a bell tower and a narthex in 1964.

Organists

Claire Barrière, Annie Fries et Elisabeth Weller

Concerts

Seldom

Culte avec l’orgue

Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Video -
Before the construction of the current instrument in 1971, a simple harmonium was used to accompany the song of the assembly. The construction of the new instrument was possible in 1971. In 1990, a fourth stop was added by Adrien Maciet (Bourdon 8'). Of the nine stops which were originally scheduled, only four are currently present. The organ is placed on a tribune built in 1964.
Organs of Paris

Bourg la Reine,

Eglise Luthérienne

26 rue Ravon, 92340 Bourg la Reine 1971 1971 – Henri Saby 1990 - Adrien Maciet II/4 – Mechanical traction (manuals), electropneumatical traction (stops) 1er Clavier (56 notes) Flûte a cheminée 8 Montre 4 Doublette 2 2ème Clavier (56 notes) Bourdon 8 Pédale (30 notes) en tirasse I, II Accouplement II/I Photos of the organ: Victor Weller
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
In 1861, a small chapel attached to the Church of the Augsburg denomination was inaugurated on Rue Ravon. Faced with the increasing number of members of the parish, the back of the temple was extended in 1950 and the building was finally equipped with an aisle, a bell tower and a narthex in 1964.

Organists

Claire Barrière, Annie Fries et Elisabeth Weller

Concerts

Seldom

Culte avec l’orgue

Sundays, 10:30 a.m. Video -
Before the construction of the current instrument in 1971, a simple harmonium was used to accompany the song of the assembly. The construction of the new instrument was possible in 1971. In 1990, a fourth stop was added by Adrien Maciet (Bourdon 8'). Of the nine stops which were originally scheduled, only four are currently present. The organ is placed on a tribune built in 1964.