185, rue des Pyrénées, 75020 Paris
1874/89 - Cavaillé-Coll
1916 - Mutin
1958 - Helbig
I/7 - transmissions méchaniques
2 keyboards of 56 notes and a pedal of 30 notes
Principal b/d - Bourdon b - Flûte harmonique d -
Viole de Gambe 8 - Voix céleste 8 - Prestant 4 -
Basson 8 - Trompette 8 (Mutin)
Tirasse - Appel Basson -
Appel de la Viole de Gambe (=trompette) -
Retrait de la Viole de Gambe (=trompette) -
Photos: Vincent Hildebrandt
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It was built in 1904 by architect Felix Paumier, with a
school on each side.
Service with organ
Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
Originally designed to accompany worship at the
Reformed Temple de l’Etoile between 1874 and
1889, it was then sold to the pastor of the Temple of
Bethanie. The transfer took place in 1916 and was
carried out by Charles Mutin who took the
opportunity to slightly transform the instrument
(addition of a Trumpet, new pedal).
Maintenance works were carried out by Helbig in
1958. It is a high quality instrument.