The organs of Paris
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Chapelle des Sœurs de

Saint-Joseph-de-Cluny

21, rue Méchain, 75014 Paris

1963 - Boisseau

I/13 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

The Chapel Built in 1855, the chapel was consecrated on May 1, 1860. Its crypt houses the relic of the heart of Mother Anne-Marie Javouhey, founder of the St. Joseph's Sisters of Cluny who died in 1851. Built by architect Lebreton, the building is in neo-Gothic style, inspired by the 13th century with a fine spire. It has a rich painted decoration. The organ The instrument was built by the Boisseau factor in 1963. In classic-French style, this "eight-foot single" in the words of Dom Bedos, had to consist of 19 stops spread over 3 keyboards but only 13 stopswere realized. The instrument was inaugurated by Edouard Souberbielle. Masses with organ Sunday at 9 AM (Tierces then Mass).
Organs of Paris

Chapelle des

Sœurs de Saint-

Joseph-de-Cluny

21, rue Méchain, 75014 Paris

1963 - Boisseau

I/13 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
The Chapel Built in 1855, the chapel was consecrated on May 1, 1860. Its crypt houses the relic of the heart of Mother Anne-Marie Javouhey, founder of the St. Joseph's Sisters of Cluny who died in 1851. Built by architect Lebreton, the building is in neo-Gothic style, inspired by the 13th century with a fine spire. It has a rich painted decoration. The organ The instrument was built by the Boisseau factor in 1963. In classic-French style, this "eight-foot single" in the words of Dom Bedos, had to consist of 19 stops spread over 3 keyboards but only 13 stopswere realized. The instrument was inaugurated by Edouard Souberbielle. Masses with organ Sunday at 9 AM (Tierces then Mass).