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Chapelle de

l’Hôpital Lariboisière

2, rue Ambroise-Paré, 75010 Paris

1855 - Suret

1950 – Gutschenritter

1973 – Swiderski et Camus

2007 - Dargassies

II/9 - mechanical traction

Grand-Orgue (54 notes) Montre 8' (B et D)* Bourdon 8' Prestant 4' Doublette 2' Carillon/Cornet III rgs* Trompette 8' Récit expressif (48 notes) Flûte 8'* Flûte octaviante 4' Octavin 2' Hautbois 8' Pédale (18 notes) Soubasse 16' Accouplement: Réc./G.O. Tirasse: G.O. * new stops
The instrument was built by Suret in 1855, as evidenced by a label stuck in the background of the pallet box: "Suret, 117 Faubourg Saint-Martin, builder of Great Organs of The Church and Accompanying Organs for choirs, Paris, 1855." Around 1950, Gutschenritter installed an electric fan and changed the stoplist. In 1973, Swiderski, assisted by a certain Camus (organist of St Vincent de Paul), made profound changes to its harmony. It was also envisaged to complete the 30-note Pedal. This work was never done.
Organs of Paris

Chapelle de

l’Hôpital

Lariboisière

2, rue Ambroise-Paré, 75010 Paris

1855 - Suret

1950 – Gutschenritter

1973 – Swiderski et Camus

2007 - Dargassies

II/9 - mechanical traction

Grand-Orgue (54 notes) Montre 8' (B et D)* Bourdon 8' Prestant 4' Doublette 2' Carillon/Cornet III rgs* Trompette 8' Récit expressif (48 notes) Flûte 8'* Flûte octaviante 4' Octavin 2' Hautbois 8' Pédale (18 notes) Soubasse 16' Accouplement: Réc./G.O. Tirasse: G.O. * new stops
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The instrument was built by Suret in 1855, as evidenced by a label stuck in the background of the pallet box: "Suret, 117 Faubourg Saint-Martin, builder of Great Organs of The Church and Accompanying Organs for choirs, Paris, 1855." Around 1950, Gutschenritter installed an electric fan and changed the stoplist. In 1973, Swiderski, assisted by a certain Camus (organist of St Vincent de Paul), made profound changes to its harmony. It was also envisaged to complete the 30-note Pedal. This work was never done.