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Chapelle de l'institut

de l'Assomption

6, rue de Lübeck, 75016 Paris 1850/1860 - Anonymus (l’abbé Clergeau ?) 19xx - Anonymus

I/6 - mechanical traction

Although very few documents remain on the history of this organ, it can easily be attributed to l’abbé Clergeau because of his buffet. The latter, very gifted in business, had developed the manufacture of small series organs intended to accompany an assembly for a fairly reduced price. Originally, the instrument was located at the Abbey of Val Notre Dame near Liège, Belgium. Clavier Bourdon 8 - Flûte 8 - Prestant 4 - Quinte 2 2/3 (new) - Doublette 2 (new) - Basson 8 (b) - Hautbois 8 (d) - Tacet Pédalier en tirasse permanent Expression - Appel d’Anches Video of the organ Photos of the organ: Jeroen de Haan
In 1882, the nuns of the So-called Assumption of Lübeck entrusted the architect Albert Allain with the construction of their buildings. The chapel, in neo-Roman style, was completed in 1889.
Organs of Paris

Chapelle de

l'institut

de l'Assomption

6, rue de Lübeck, 75016 Paris 1850/1860 - Anonymus (l’abbé Clergeau ?) 19xx - Anonymus

I/6 - mechanical traction

Although very few documents remain on the history of this organ, it can easily be attributed to l’abbé Clergeau because of his buffet. The latter, very gifted in business, had developed the manufacture of small series organs intended to accompany an assembly for a fairly reduced price. Originally, the instrument was located at the Abbey of Val Notre Dame near Liège, Belgium. Clavier Bourdon 8 - Flûte 8 - Prestant 4 - Quinte 2 2/3 (new) - Doublette 2 (new) - Basson 8 (b) - Hautbois 8 (d) - Tacet Pédalier en tirasse permanent Expression - Appel d’Anches Video of the organ Photos of the organ: Jeroen de Haan
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