grâce de Passy
10, rue de l'annonciation, 75016 Paris
Orgue de tribune
1905 - Merklin
1923 - Abbey
1930 - Convers-Pleyel
1984 - Barbéris
1997/2005 - Dargassies
2 keyboards of 61 notes and a pedal of 32 notes
(third keyboard prepared)
1860 - Merklin
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The instrument was built by the Merklin workshops around
1905 and installed in a two-body buffet. In 1923, works
were done by Abbey . In 1930, the Convers-Pleyel Society
electrified the organ and changed the pitch of the organ.
Stop controls were electrified in 1963.
In 1984, the organ was partially raised by Barbéris.
In 1997 and 2005, maintenance works were done by
This organ, entirely expressive, was hidden on a tribune,
above the south aisles. In 1995, the organ was dismantled
by Dargassies, with the aim to transfer it to the crypt of the
Masses with organ
Sunday at 9am (Gregorian), 10.30am