The organs of Paris
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Eglise luthérienne

Saint-Paul

90, boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris

1898 - Merklin

1978 - Maciet

II/13 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo: Jeroen de Haan
The church was built in 1896-1897. It is the work of Auguste Rey, an architect of Protestant origin. The style of the church is Romano-Byzantine with geometric and plant decorations. The façade is made of stone and topped by a bell tower. The interior of the church is sober and clear. The nave is composed of 4 spans opened by arches to the right and left overlooking the grandstands and aisles. Cult with organ Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The organ In 1898, Merklin built a new 8-stop organ, which was housed in an elegant neo-Byzantine buffet topped with a dove from the Holy Spirit. In 1934, Guttschenritter carried out works. In 1978, the aesthetics of the instrument were profoundly transformed by Adrien Maciet who added 6 stops.
Organs of Paris

Eglise luthérienne

Saint-Paul

90, boulevard Barbès, 75018 Paris

1898 - Merklin

1978 - Maciet

II/13 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Photo: Jeroen de Haan
ORGANS OF PARIS © 2020 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
The church was built in 1896-1897. It is the work of Auguste Rey, an architect of Protestant origin. The style of the church is Romano-Byzantine with geometric and plant decorations. The façade is made of stone and topped by a bell tower. The interior of the church is sober and clear. The nave is composed of 4 spans opened by arches to the right and left overlooking the grandstands and aisles. Cult with organ Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The organ In 1898, Merklin built a new 8-stop organ, which was housed in an elegant neo-Byzantine buffet topped with a dove from the Holy Spirit. In 1934, Guttschenritter carried out works. In 1978, the aesthetics of the instrument were profoundly transformed by Adrien Maciet who added 6 stops.