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Eglise luthérienne

Saint-Pierre

de la Villette

55, rue Manin, 75019 Paris

1930 - Gutschenritter

1963 - Müller

1978-82 - Maciet

2015-2018 - Claude Jaccard

II/9 - mechanical traction

This organ was built in 1929-1930 by Gutschenritter and was inaugurated on January, 18, 1931 by Daniel Lesur and Henriette Roget. At that time, its stoplist was as follows: Clavier de grand-orgue expressif, 56 notes Principal 8 Bourdon 8 Flûte harmonique 8 Prestant 4 Clavier de récit expressif, 56 notes Gambe 8 Voix céleste 8 Flûte douce 4 Nasard 2 2/3 I/P, II/P, II/I en 8’, II/I en 16’, Trémolo. 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 stoplist of the Swell was enitrely redefined towards a neo- calssical style. The inauguration took place on October, 22, 1978 by Marie-Louise Girod. Clavier de grand-orgue, 56 notes Montre 8 Bourdon 8 Prestant 4 Plein-jeu II Clavier de récit expressif, 56 notes Flûte à cheminée 8 Flûte douce 4 Doublette Sesquialtera II Clavier de pédale, 30 notes Soubasse 16 I/P, II/P, II/I en 8’, II/I en 16’, Trémolo. In 2015-2018, the organ was restored by Claude Jaccard.
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

2015-2018 - Claude Jaccard

II/9 - mechanical traction

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2021 Vincent Hildebrandt ALL ORGANS
This organ was built in 1929-1930 by Gutschenritter and was inaugurated on January, 18, 1931 by Daniel Lesur and Henriette Roget. At that time, its stoplist was as follows: Clavier de grand-orgue expressif, 56 notes Principal 8 Bourdon 8 Flûte harmonique 8 Prestant 4 Clavier de récit expressif, 56 notes Gambe 8 Voix céleste 8 Flûte douce 4 Nasard 2 2/3 I/P, II/P, II/I en 8’, II/I en 16’, Trémolo. 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 stoplist of the Swell was enitrely redefined towards a neo-calssical style. The inauguration took place on October, 22, 1978 by Marie-Louise Girod. Clavier de grand-orgue, 56 notes Montre 8 Bourdon 8 Prestant 4 Plein-jeu II Clavier de récit expressif, 56 notes Flûte à cheminée 8 Flûte douce 4 Doublette Sesquialtera II Clavier de pédale, 30 notes Soubasse 16 I/P, II/P, II/I en 8’, II/I en 16’, Trémolo. In 2015-2018, the organ was restored by Claude Jaccard.