The organs of Paris
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Notre-Dame de Lourdes

130, rue de Pelleport, 75020 Paris 1993 - Antoine Bois

II/12 - mechanical traction

Positif Bourdon 8, Flûte à cheminée 4, Nazard 2-2/3, Sesquialtera II rang (1-3/5), Cromorne 8 Grand orgue Montre 8, Bourdon 8, Prestant 4, Doublette 2, Fourniture IV rangs (1-1/3) Pédalier Soubasse 16, Flûte 8 Photo: Vincent Hildebrandt
The church A first church with a chapel was built in 1910 to meet the growing population of the neighbourhood. Destroyed for security reasons, the architect Jean Vidal was responsible for erecting a new building on its site, which has a religious space on the ground floor that was blessed on February 24, 1980. Masses with organ: Saturday at 7 p.m., Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The organ The instrument was built by Antoine Bois (68, Orbey) thanks to a donation from a parishioner. It was blessed on February 13, 1994.
Organs of Paris

Notre-Dame de

Lourdes

130, rue de Pelleport, 75020 Paris 1993 - Antoine Bois

II/12 - mechanical traction

Positif Bourdon 8, Flûte à cheminée 4, Nazard 2-2/3, Sesquialtera II rang (1-3/5), Cromorne 8 Grand orgue Montre 8, Bourdon 8, Prestant 4, Doublette 2, Fourniture IV rangs (1-1/3) Pédalier Soubasse 16, Flûte 8 Photo: Vincent Hildebrandt
ORGANS OF PARIS © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME D-R
The church A first church with a chapel was built in 1910 to meet the growing population of the neighbourhood. Destroyed for security reasons, the architect Jean Vidal was responsible for erecting a new building on its site, which has a religious space on the ground floor that was blessed on February 24, 1980. Masses with organ: Saturday at 7 p.m., Sunday at 10:30 a.m. The organ The instrument was built by Antoine Bois (68, Orbey) thanks to a donation from a parishioner. It was blessed on February 13, 1994.