The organs of Paris
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Eglise luthérienne

de la Rédemption

16, rue Chauchat, 75009 Paris

1844 - Cavaillé-Coll

1912 - Mutin

1958 - Roethinger-Boisseau

2019 - François Delangue

II/20 - mechanical traction - stoplist

This Church was built in a former grant hall, built between 1821 and 1825. It was the architect François- Christian Gau who was responsible for transforming the building while maintaining its first 4 spans, between 1841 and 1843. After his death, the church was terminated by Theodore Ballu. After 1870, the parish was assigned to the Alsatian lutherans who were refugees in Paris. Jt had as famous parishioners, Princess Hélène of Mecklenburg- Schwerin, daughter-in-law of King Louis-Philippe (who was the instigator of the construction of the church and was a faithful assiduous), Paul Gauguin and Baron Haussmann. It was him who offered the magnificent crucifix of the Table of Communion, in ivory.

Organiste titulaire

? Famous organists in the past: Alexandre Cellier, Henri Gagnebin.

Concerts

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Service with organ

Sunday 6:30 PM Video -
Photo: @aristidecavaillec0ll In 1841, the Lutheran Church of Paris was awarded a second place of worship, after the Billettes. In the summer of 1842, proposals were made by Cavaillé-Coll and the final project (two keyboards and 13 stops: 7 on GO and 4 on Récit) was drawn up by the knight Neukomm. The instrument was inaugurated on May 2, 1844, by Boëly and Neukomm. In 1907, Mutin did an overhaul and in 1912, he carried out more extensive works: the instrument was enlarged and its scope increased: 20 stops on two keyboards of 56 notes and a pedal board of 30 notes. The instrument was inaugurated by Louis Vierne on December 16, 1912. Subsequently, the instrument was maintained by Mutin, Gutschenritter and Helbig until a complete overhaul was carried out in 1958 by the Roethinger Branch of Poitiers. In 2019, François Delangue dusted the 1054 pipes and installed a new engine.
Organs of Paris

Eglise luthérienne

de la Rédemption

16, rue Chauchat, 75009 Paris

1844 - Cavaillé-Coll

1912 - Mutin

1958 - Roethinger-Boisseau

2019 - François Delangue

II/20 - mechanical traction - stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2020 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
Photo: @aristidecavaillec0ll In 1841, the Lutheran Church of Paris was awarded a second place of worship, after the Billettes. In the summer of 1842, proposals were made by Cavaillé- Coll and the final project (two keyboards and 13 stops: 7 on GO and 4 on Récit) was drawn up by the knight Neukomm. The instrument was inaugurated on May 2, 1844, by Boëly and Neukomm. In 1907, Mutin did an overhaul and in 1912, he carried out more extensive works: the instrument was enlarged and its scope increased: 20 stops on two keyboards of 56 notes and a pedal board of 30 notes. The instrument was inaugurated by Louis Vierne on December 16, 1912. Subsequently, the instrument was maintained by Mutin, Gutschenritter and Helbig until a complete overhaul was carried out in 1958 by the Roethinger Branch of Poitiers. In 2019, François Delangue dusted the 1054 pipes and installed a new engine.

Organiste titulaire

? Famous organists in the past: Alexandre Cellier, Henri Gagnebin.

Concerts

-

Service with organ

Sunday 6:30 PM Video -