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There is no record of the organs present before the
Revolution. The first organ of the temple was
installed in 1809 and came from the chapelle de
Sceaux. The transfer was done by Somer.
The instrument was replaced by the current organ at
the end of the 19th century (the exact date is
unknown), thanks to a gift from Mrs. Theodore
It is a very characteristic instrument for the small
instruments produced by Merklin during this period,
exploiting extensively the principle of borrowed
In 1972, a team of amateur organ builders evolved
the stoplist in the neo-classical direction.
In 1978, a restoration was entrusted to the Haerpfer
House, but the stoplist of 1972 was kept.
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