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Neuilly-sur-Seine

Saint-Jacques

167 Bd Bineau, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine 2006 - Bernard Aubertin

III/30 - traction mécanique

composition Photos : Vincent Hildebrandt
In 2004, the Association des Amis de l'Orgue de Saint-Jacques made a contract with the Manufacture d'Orgues Bernard Aubertin for the construction of a new organ in the Eglise Saint- Jacques. This organ was built in April 2006. It includes 30 stops spread over 3 manual keyboards and pedalboard. This organ is of classical aesthetics with a "French classical" trend. In his composition, there are elements that make it possible to interpret a large part of german and French music of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its design also allows an opening to contemporary music. Source
Inaugurated in 1937, the church of Saint- Jacques-Le-Majeur is a brick building with sober and modern lines. The decoration of the façade is limited to the cross and the monogram IHS (for Jesus savior of men). Between 1938 and 1962, the date of the solemn consecration, the church expanded : to the primitive nave were added the presbytery, two aisles, and in the basement the lower chapel of Saint-Philippe and four meeting rooms. Inside, the vault is made of boat hull with an exposed frame. All the lines of the architecture lead the eye to the altar which is illuminated by the "Transfiguration", fresco made by the painters Ambroselli and Poupart. Source

Organiste titulaire

Boris Lefeivre

Concerts

Seldom

Masses with organ

Saturday 6pm, Sunday 11am Video -
Organs of Paris

Neuilly-sur-Seine

Saint-Jacques

167 Bd Bineau, 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine 2006 - Bernard Aubertin

III/30 - traction mécanique

composition Photos : Vincent Hildebrandt
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In 2004, the Association des Amis de l'Orgue de Saint-Jacques made a contract with the Manufacture d'Orgues Bernard Aubertin for the construction of a new organ in the Eglise Saint-Jacques. This organ was built in April 2006. It includes 30 stops spread over 3 manual keyboards and pedalboard. This organ is of classical aesthetics with a "French classical" trend. In his composition, there are elements that make it possible to interpret a large part of german and French music of the 17th and 18th centuries. Its design also allows an opening to contemporary music. Source

Organiste titulaire

Boris Lefeivre

Concerts

Seldom

Masses with organ

Saturday 6pm, Sunday 11am Video -