des Victoires 1 - 2
Place des Petits-Pères, 75002 Paris
Orgue de tribune
1739 - Lesclop
1870 - Barker
1898 - Abbey
1956 - Roethinger
1973 - Kern
1995 - Muhleisen
2015 - Fossaert & Muhleisen
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Photo: Jeroen de Haan
The beautiful and unique wooden organcase, tribune and
entrance to the nave was made in 1739 by Louis Régnier.
François-Henri Lesclop constructed the first organ. The
instrument was reconstructed in 1870 by Charles
Spackmann Barker and John Abbey in 1898. In 1973, a new
instrument was built by Alfred Kern in French-German neo-
classical style. A restauration was carried out in 1995 by
Muhleisen and maintenance works were done in 2015 by
Fossaert & Muhleisen.
There are only a few old stops (approx. 7).
Luc Stellakis, David Cassan
Famous organists in the past: François Roberday
Masses with organ
Saturday 6.30 p.m., Sunday 11h a.m. and 6 p.m.