The organs of Paris
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NotreDame de grâce de

Passy (ancienne Eglise)

10, rue de l'annonciation, 75016 Paris Orgue de tribune

1905 - Merklin

1923 - Abbey

1930 - Convers-Pleyel

1963- Beuchet

1984 - Barbéris

1997/2005 - Dargassies

III/30 - electrical traction - stoplist

Orgue d'accompagnement sur la tribune

1860 - Merklin

I/9 (8) - mechanical traction - stoplist

Organiste titulaire

Marc Pinardel

Concerts

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Masses with organ

Sunday at 9am (Gregorian), 10.30am Videos -
In 1666, Claude Chahu, lord of Passy, had the first chapel built at his own expense, which cost him nineteen thousand eight hundred pounds. In 1672, after his death, his widow, Christine de Heurles, obtained the erection in parish of the chapel of Passy which until then depended on Notre-Dame d'Auteuil. She gave eight thousand pounds for the construction of the rectory and gave the school an annuity. She died on November 19, 1683. His portrait in a widow's costume can be found in the sacristy of the church. The church, first called Our Lady of the Annunciation, became Our Lady of Grace of Passy. Outside, the church has a columned porch with an eardrum decorated with a 19th century stone bas-reliefe signed by Gumery in 1859: The Annunciation of Gumery and above an 17th century stone statue of the Virgin and Child. From 1846 to 1875,the church was enlarged by the architect Eugene Debressenne: from the primitive church, it retained little but the pillars of the nave. A small bell tower, built in 1846, houses the bell that dates from 1763. From 1856 to 1859, Debressenne also built the chapels of the Sacred Heart and the Holy Virgin.
The instrument was built by the Merklin workshops around 1905 and installed in a two-body buffet. In 1923, works were done by Abbey . In 1930, the Convers-Pleyel Society electrified the organ and changed the pitch of the organ. Stop controls were electrified in 1963. In 1984, the organ was partially raised by Barbéris. In 1997 and 2005, maintenance works were done by Dargassies.
Organs of Paris

NotreDame de

grâce de Passy

(ancienne Eglise)

10, rue de l'annonciation, 75016 Paris Orgue de tribune

1905 - Merklin

1923 - Abbey

1930 - Convers-Pleyel

1963- Beuchet

1984 - Barbéris

1997/2005 - Dargassies

III/30 - electrical traction - stoplist

Orgue d'accompagnement sur la tribune

1860 - Merklin

I/9 (8) - mechanical traction - stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
The instrument was built by the Merklin workshops around 1905 and installed in a two-body buffet. In 1923, works were done by Abbey . In 1930, the Convers-Pleyel Society electrified the organ and changed the pitch of the organ. Stop controls were electrified in 1963. In 1984, the organ was partially raised by Barbéris. In 1997 and 2005, maintenance works were done by Dargassies.

Organiste titulaire

Marc Pinardel

Concerts

-

Masses with organ

Sunday at 9am (Gregorian), 10.30am Videos -