The organs of Paris
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © 2020 Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C

Chapelle du Corpus-

Christi

(Saint-Sacrement)

23, avenue du Friedland, 75008 Paris

1898/1930 - Abbey

1980 - Gutschenritter

II/24

mechanical traction (pneumatical for the stops)

Stoplist

 The chapel Built in 1876 by architects Coulomb and Chauveau, the neo-Romanesque Corpus Christi Chapel is animated by the community of the Fathers of the Holy In 1970, the chapel was redeveloped by architect François Parroco. Today it is a place of pilgrimage.  The organ The instrument was built by E. and J. Abbey in 1898. It was refurbished several times by Abbey in 1930, Gonzalez and then Gutschenritter. The instrument has the distinction of being entirely contained in an expressive box.
Organs of Paris

Chapelle du

Corpus-Christi

(Saint-Sacrement)

23, avenue du Friedland, 75008 Paris

1898/1930 - Abbey

1980 - Gutschenritter

II/24

mechanical traction (pneumatical for the stops)

Stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
The chapel Built in 1876 by architects Coulomb and Chauveau, the neo-Romanesque Corpus Christi Chapel is animated by the community of the Fathers of the Holy In 1970, the chapel was redeveloped by architect François Parroco. Today it is a place of pilgrimage.  The organ The instrument was built by E. and J. Abbey in 1898. It was refurbished several times by Abbey in 1930, Gonzalez and then Gutschenritter. The instrument has the distinction of being entirely contained in an expressive box.