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Aubervilliers,

Notre-Dame

des-Vertus 

1 Rue de la Commune de Paris, 93300 Aubervilliers 1635 - Pierre Le Pescheur or Valeran de Héman

1800 (~) - Dallery

1945 - Louis-Eugène Rochesson

1987 - Robert Chauvin, Benoist & Sarelot

III/30 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

 
 Notre-Dame-des-Vertus was built in the 15th century (the tower dates from 1541, the façade (Jesuit style) from 1628).

Organiste titulaire

Lucile Dollat, Anne-Isabelle de Parcevaux, Sarah Kim, Elise Leonard, Adriano Spampanato.

Concerts

Seldomly

Masses with organ

Sunday 9.30, 11.00 AM Video Adriano Spampanato Other organs in Paris in French-classical style
Notre Dame des Vertus houses one of the oldest organs of France. It was built in 1630-1635 by Pierre Le Pescheur or Valeran de Héman. It had 14 stops on the great (48 notes) and an Echo (32 notes). In 1657, Pierre Desenclos enlarged the Echo and added a pedal (29 notes). At the beginning of the 19th century, the organ was restored and enlarged with a Positif (51 notes), probably by Dallery. In the second half of the 19th century, the instrument underwent several interventions and upgrades, but most of the original pipes were preserved. Before and after the second world war, Louis-Eugène Rochesson performed a limited restoration. In 1987, Robert Chauvin restored the organ to its former glory, helped by Louis Benoist and Pierre Sarelot. Three new cuneiform bellows have been installed on the left side of the buffet.
Organs of Paris

Aubervilliers,

Notre-Dame

des-Vertus 

1 Rue de la Commune de Paris, 93300 Aubervilliers 1635 - Pierre Le Pescheur or Valeran de Héman

1800 (~) - Dallery

1945 - Louis-Eugène Rochesson

1987 - Robert Chauvin, Benoist & Sarelot

III/30 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

Notre-Dame-des-Vertus was built in the 15th century (the tower dates from 1541, the façade (Jesuit style) from 1628). Notre Dame des Vertus houses one of the oldest organs of France. It was built in 1630-1635 by Pierre Le Pescheur or Valeran de Héman. It had 14 stops on the great (48 notes) and an Echo (32 notes). In 1657, Pierre Desenclos enlarged the Echo and added a pedal (29 notes). At the beginning of the 19th century, the organ was restored and enlarged with a Positif (51 notes), probably by Dallery. In the second half of the 19th century, the instrument underwent several interventions and upgrades, but most of the original pipes were preserved. Before and after the second world war, Louis-Eugène Rochesson performed a limited restoration. In 1987, Robert Chauvin restored the organ to its former glory, helped by Louis Benoist and Pierre Sarelot. Three new cuneiform bellows have been installed on the left side of the buffet.

Organiste titulaire

Lucile Dollat, Anne-Isabelle de Parcevaux, Sarah Kim, Elise Leonard, Adriano Spampanato.

Concerts

Seldomly

Masses with organ

Sunday 9.30, 11.00 AM Video Adriano Spampanato Other organs in Paris in French-classical style
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