The organs of Paris
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Chapelle

de la Congrégation du

Bon secours de Paris

20, rue Notre-dame-des-champs, 75006 Paris

1850 (~) - Cavaillé-Coll (or Suret?)

II/18 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

Video of the chapel and organ Photo of the organ: Jeroen de Haan
The Chapel The origin of Notre-Dame de Bon Secours dates back to 1868, when Father Carton founded the Notre-Dame de Bon Secours asylum. The sisters of Sainte-Marie, then the Augustine sisters since 1908, have welcomed and cared for the elderly and orphans. Over the years, the asylum gradually became a full-fledged hospital. The organ It is an instrument built around 1850 by an unknown builder. It is nevertheless mentioned as a work by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll by his daughter Cecile. Some sources also attribute the instrument to Suret. The neo-Gothic oak buffet has two flat turrets, which frame a series of 6 flat faces that follow the curves of the rosette. The instrument ‘s design is a good example of the organ building before 1860: it is equipped with a single wind chest (GO at the front, REC at the back) and the Cor Anglais has free reeds .
Organs of Paris

Chapelle

de la

Congrégation

du

Bon secours de

Paris

20, rue Notre-dame-des-champs, 75006 Paris

1850 (~) - Cavaillé-Coll (or Suret?)

II/18 - mechanical traction - Stoplist

Video of the chapel and organ Photo of the organ: Jeroen de Haan
ORGANS OF PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt HOME A-C
The Chapel The origin of Notre-Dame de Bon Secours dates back to 1868, when Father Carton founded the Notre-Dame de Bon Secours asylum. The sisters of Sainte-Marie, then the Augustine sisters since 1908, have welcomed and cared for the elderly and orphans. Over the years, the asylum gradually became a full-fledged hospital. The organ It is an instrument built around 1850 by an unknown builder. It is nevertheless mentioned as a work by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll by his daughter Cecile. Some sources also attribute the instrument to Suret. The neo-Gothic oak buffet has two flat turrets, which frame a series of 6 flat faces that follow the curves of the rosette. The instrument ‘s design is a good example of the organ building before 1860: it is equipped with a single wind chest (GO at the front, REC at the back) and the Cor Anglais has free reeds .