The organs of Paris
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Chapelle du collège

lycée Gerson

31, rue de la Pompe, 75016 Paris

1892 - Abbey

1980 - Barbéris

I/16 (14)

mechanical traction (pneumatical for the stops)

Stoplist

The chapel The Gerson Private Catholic School was founded in 1884 by Father Dibildos. The chapel was built in 1895 by architects Claude Salleron and Eugene Homberg, in addition to the school built the previous year. The stained glass windows, made by Félix Gaudin, were donated by students at the very end of the 19th century. The organ The organ was built in 1892 by E. and J. Abbey in an oak buffet embedded in a niche. In 1980, Barbéris added a few stops and made some minor changes to adapt the instrument to the neo-classical style.
Organs of Paris

Chapelle du

collège

lycée Gerson

31, rue de la Pompe, 75016 Paris

1892 - Abbey

1980 - Barbéris

I/16 (14)

mechanical traction (pneumatical for the stops)

Stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
The chapel The Gerson Private Catholic School was founded in 1884 by Father Dibildos. The chapel was built in 1895 by architects Claude Salleron and Eugene Homberg, in addition to the school built the previous year. The stained glass windows, made by Félix Gaudin, were donated by students at the very end of the 19th century. The organ The organ was built in 1892 by E. and J. Abbey in an oak buffet embedded in a niche. In 1980, Barbéris added a few stops and made some minor changes to adapt the instrument to the neo-classical style.