The organs of Paris
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Eglise Protestante Unie

de l'Étoile

54, avenue de la Grande-Armée, 75017 Paris 1917 - Mutin

1951 - Gonzalez

1988 - Cicchero

III/32 - mechanical traction - stoplist

In the 19th century, the area beyond the Place de l'Étoile was made up of wasteland and orchards that were gradually being built. Some Protestants were concerned that this newly built neighbourhood did not have a Protestant place of worship. In 1874 a church was built in the Gothic Revival style. Fifty years later, in 1924, the two buildings on the left and right of the temple were built to house all the activities of the parish.

Organiste titulaire

Liesbeth Schlumberger Lionel Avot, Philip Mead et Fabrice Pincet (assistants) Service with organ Sunday 10:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Videos -
A first instrument was built by Cavaillé-Coll around 1875 and consisted of ten stops. During the construction of the new organ by Mutin in 1917, these stops were integrated into the new instrument, containing 32 stops and three keyboards. The Great Organ is assisted by a Barker machine.
Photos beneath: Victor Weller
Organs of Paris

Eglise Protestante

Unie de l'Étoile

54, avenue de la Grande-Armée, 75017 Paris 1917 - Mutin

1951 - Gonzalez

1988 - Cicchero

III/32 - mechanical traction - stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2020 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
A first instrument was built by Cavaillé-Coll around 1875 and consisted of ten stops. During the construction of the new organ by Mutin in 1917, these stops were integrated into the new instrument, containing 32 stops and three keyboards. The Great Organ is assisted by a Barker machine.
Photos beneath: Victor Weller