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Eglise luthérienne

Saint-Pierre

de la Villette

55, rue Manin, 75019 Paris

1930 - Gutschenritter

1963 - Müller

1978/82 - Maciet

II/9 - mechanical traction - stoplist

This organ was built in 1929-1930 by Gutschenritter and was inaugurated on January, 18, 1931 by Frank Lesure and Henriette Rogé. At that time, its composition was as follows: Clavier de grand-orgue expressif, 54 notes Principal 8 Bourdon 8 Flûte harmonique 8 Prestant 4 Clavier de récit expressif, 54 notes Gambe 8 Voix céleste 8 Flûte douce 4 Nasard 2 2/3 In 1963, Erwin Müller replaced the Flûte harmonique GO by a Plein-jeu II. In 1978, important works were carried out by Adrien Macet. The swellbox of the GO was suppressed and the composition of the Swell was enitrely redefined. The inauguration took place on October, 22, 1978 by Marie- Louise Girod. Clavier de grand-orgue, 54 notes Montre 8 Bourdon 8 Prestant 4 Plein-jeu II Clavier de récit expressif, 54 notes Flûte à cheminée 8 Flûte 4 Principal 2 Sesquialtera II Clavier de pédale, 30 notes Soubasse 16 Source
In 1921-1924 a small church with a red brick façade was built in the 19th arrondissement of Paris, on the edge of the Park of Buttes Chaumont: the sanctuary of the Lutheran parish of La Villette, which was renamed Saint-Pierre in 1982. The church was designed by two well-known architects, Mr. Naville and Mr. Chauquet. These plans included, in addition to the raised worship hall of a few steps on Rue Manin, a basement room at the level of Rue Pailleron, overlooking a garden.
Organs of Paris

Eglise luthérienne

Saint-Pierre

de la Villette

55, rue Manin, 75019 Paris

1930 - Gutschenritter

1963 - Müller

1978/82 - Maciet

II/9 - mechanical traction - stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2020 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
This organ was built in 1929-1930 by Gutschenritter and was inaugurated on January, 18, 1931 by Frank Lesure and Henriette Rogé. At that time, its composition was as follows: Clavier de grand-orgue expressif, 54 notes Principal 8 Bourdon 8 Flûte harmonique 8 Prestant 4 Clavier de récit expressif, 54 notes Gambe 8 Voix céleste 8 Flûte douce 4 Nasard 2 2/3 In 1963, Erwin Müller replaced the Flûte harmonique GO by a Plein-jeu II. In 1978, important works were carried out by Adrien Macet. The swellbox of the GO was suppressed and the composition of the Swell was enitrely redefined. The inauguration took place on October, 22, 1978 by Marie-Louise Girod. Clavier de grand-orgue, 54 notes Montre 8 Bourdon 8 Prestant 4 Plein-jeu II Clavier de récit expressif, 54 notes Flûte à cheminée 8 Flûte 4 Principal 2 Sesquialtera II Clavier de pédale, 30 notes Soubasse 16 Source