The organs of Paris
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Notre Dame des Blancs

Manteaux

12, rue des Blancs-manteaux, 75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

1841 - Daublaine-Callinet

1863 - Merklin

1925 - Convers

1968 - Kern

1992 - Dominique Lalmand

III/43 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Orgue de choeur 1971 - Kern

II/10 - mechanical traction - stoplist

The Great Organ This organ was built in 1841 by Louis Callinet. In 1864, Joseph Merklin moved the organ to the current tribune. In 1910, John Abbey suppressed all the mutations. In 1925, lAuguste Convers carried out a restoration and enlargement. In the second World War, the church and the organ was severly damaged. In 1962, Alfred Kern reconstructed the instrument in a North-German style and added a Positif. The organ was refurbished in 1992 by Dominique Lalmand.
This church was built in a classical style in 1668. In 1863, the architect Victor Baltard added an additional travée towards the Rue des Blancs- Manteaux. As façade, he reinstalled the il réinstalle le portal of the former l'église des Barnabites.
The choir organ This instrument was built in 1971 by Alfred Kern. Maintenance works were performed by Michel Goussu in 2020.

Organiste titulaire

Dominique Merlet, Matthieu Odinet Famous organists in the past: Léonce de Saint Martin, Georges Guillard, Odile Bailleux.

Concerts

Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:15 PM, Sunday 11 AM Videos -
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Organs of Paris

Notre Dame des

Blancs Manteaux

12, rue des Blancs-manteaux, 75004 Paris Orgue de tribune

1841 - Daublaine-Callinet

1863 - Merklin

1925 - Convers

1968 - Kern

1992 - Dominique Lalmand

III/43 - mechanical traction - stoplist

Orgue de choeur 1971 - Kern

II/10 - mechanical traction - stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
The Great Organ This organ was built in 1841 by Louis Callinet. In 1864, Joseph Merklin moved the organ to the current tribune. In 1910, John Abbey suppressed all the mutations. In 1925, lAuguste Convers carried out a restoration and enlargement. In the second World War, the church and the organ was severly damaged. In 1962, Alfred Kern reconstructed the instrument in a North-German style and added a Positif. The organ was refurbished in 1992 by Dominique Lalmand.

Organiste titulaire

Dominique Merlet, Matthieu Odinet Famous organists in the past: Léonce de Saint Martin, Georges Guillard, Odile Bailleux.

Concerts

Regularly

Masses with organ

Saturday 6:15 PM, Sunday 11 AM Videos -
The choir organ This instrument was built in 1971 by Alfred Kern. Maintenance works were performed by Michel Goussu in 2020.