The organs of Paris
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Eglise évangélique

Baptiste Paris-

Montparnasse

123, avenue du Maine, 75014 Paris

1907 - Rieger

19xx - Gonzalez

1957 - p.m. Koenig

1977 - Sebire

III/35 (28) - electrical traction - stoplist

Photo de l’église: Jacques Mossot hoto de l’orgue : Vincent Hildebrandt
The church Founded in Paris around 1850, the Baptist community settled in 1899 in its temple in the Montparnasse district. The organ The organ was built by the German postman Rieger in 1907. Its traction was then pneumatic and the instrument possessed an aesthetic typical of the German organs of that time. Its composition was profoundly revised by Gonzalez, then by Paul-Marie Koenig (1957) and by Sebire (1977). The traction was then electrified and many stops were derived.
Organs of Paris

Eglise évangélique

Baptiste Paris-

Montparnasse

123, avenue du Maine, 75014 Paris

1907 - Rieger

19xx - Gonzalez

1957 - p.m. Koenig

1977 - Sebire

III/35 (28) - electrical traction - stoplist

Photo de l’église: Jacques Mossot hoto de l’orgue : Vincent Hildebrandt
ORGANS OF PARIS © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
The church Founded in Paris around 1850, the Baptist community settled in 1899 in its temple in the Montparnasse district. The organ The organ was built by the German postman Rieger in 1907. Its traction was then pneumatic and the instrument possessed an aesthetic typical of the German organs of that time. Its composition was profoundly revised by Gonzalez, then by Paul-Marie Koenig (1957) and by Sebire (1977). The traction was then electrified and many stops were derived.