The organs of Paris
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Neuilly-sur-Seine

Saint-Jean-Baptist

158 Avenue Charles de Gaulle, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine Great Organ

1873 - Eugène et John Abbey

1904 - Charles Mutin

1938 - Pleyel

1971 - Jean Bourgarel

1992 - Jean-Marc Swiderski

II/22 - Transmissions électriques - liste des jeux

Muet depuis 2014

Choir organ 1865 - Cavaillé-Coll

1913 - Charles Mutin

1973 - Bougarel

I/5 - transmissions mécaniques

Un clavier de 56 notes, pédale en tirasse de 20 notes. Bourdon 8 (basse) – Flûte harmonique 8 (dessus) - Octave 4 (basse) – Flûte octaviante 4 (dessus) Principal 8 - Cymbale - Trompette 8 (basse-dessus) Appel et renvoi d’anches – Expression.
Saint Jean Baptiste was built in 1831 in a neoclassical style.

Organiste titulaire

Olivier d'Ormesson

Concerts

Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30 p.m., Sunday 9.30, 11.00 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Video Olivier d'Ormesson
The Great Organ was built in 1873 by Eugène et John Abbey in an older case. In 1904, Charles Mutin did some maintenance works and modified the organ slightly. Between 1937-38 the house Pleyel replaced the transmissions. In 1971, the organ was reconstructed by Jean Bourgarel, who ireplaced some romantic stops with mutations; the rees of the Récit were removed as were all the mechnaical parts and manuals. A électropneumatic system was installed with a new console. In 1992, Jean-Marc Swiderski partly electrified this instrument. The choir organ was built in 1865 by Cavaillé-Coll and restored by Mutin (1913) and François Boucher (2009). This organ was originally placed behind the altar, but moved to its current position in 1973 by Jean Bourgarel, who replaced at that time the Voix Céleste by a Cymbale. More information Source: ASSOCIATION DES AMIS DES ORGUES DE SAINT- JEAN-BAPTISTE
Organs of Paris

Neuilly-sur-Seine

Saint-Jean-Baptist

158 Avenue Charles de Gaulle, 92200 Neuilly-sur- Seine Great Organ

1873 - Eugène et John Abbey

1904 - Charles Mutin

1938 - Pleyel

1971 - Jean Bourgarel

1992 - Jean-Marc Swiderski

II/22 - Transmissions électriques - liste des jeux

Muet depuis 2014

Choir organ 1865 - Cavaillé-Coll

1913 - Charles Mutin

1973 - Bougarel

I/5 - transmissions mécaniques

Un clavier de 56 notes, pédale en tirasse de 20 notes. Bourdon 8 (basse) – Flûte harmonique 8 (dessus) - Octave 4 (basse) – Flûte octaviante 4 (dessus) Principal 8 - Cymbale - Trompette 8 (basse-dessus) Appel et renvoi d’anches – Expression.
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
The Great Organ was built in 1873 by Eugène et John Abbey in an older case. In 1904, Charles Mutin did some maintenance works and modified the organ slightly. Between 1937-38 the house Pleyel replaced the transmissions. In 1971, the organ was reconstructed by Jean Bourgarel, who ireplaced some romantic stops with mutations; the rees of the Récit were removed as were all the mechnaical parts and manuals. A électropneumatic system was installed with a new console. In 1992, Jean-Marc Swiderski partly electrified this instrument. The choir organ was built in 1865 by Cavaillé-Coll and restored by Mutin (1913) and François Boucher (2009). This organ was originally placed behind the altar, but moved to its current position in 1973 by Jean Bourgarel, who replaced at that time the Voix Céleste by a Cymbale. More information Source: ASSOCIATION DES AMIS DES ORGUES DE SAINT- JEAN-BAPTISTE
Saint Jean Baptiste was built in 1831 in a neoclassical style.

Organiste titulaire

Olivier d'Ormesson

Concerts

Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6.30 p.m., Sunday 9.30, 11.00 a.m., 6.30 p.m. Video Olivier d'Ormesson