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Notre-Dame-d'Auteuil (1937)

Major Parisian organs restored by Beuchet-

Debierre

(selection) Notre-Dame-de-Paris (1932) Notre-Dame-d'Auteuil (1937, positif) Sainte-Clotilde (1933/1962) Saint Augustin (1945/1962) Saint-Etienne-du-Mont (1956/66) Saint-louis-des-invalides (1957/1962/79) Sainte-Trinité (1967)
Picaud - Barbéris - Sebire - Glandaz - Hedelin  - Rochesson 

Jacques Picaud (1927-1981)

He   worked   for   the   Beuchet-Debierre   company   as   a   representative   in the   Paris   area   (togehter   with   Jacques   Barbéris)   ,   as   did   his   father Eugène,   born   in   1896.   When   the   firm   closed   in   1980,   he   started   his own company with Barbéris, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

Jacques Barbéris (1930-1989)

He   worked   at   the   Beuchet-Debierre   company   from   1956   onwards   and became    the    head    of    the    Parisian    branch,    together    with    Jacques Picaud.   When   the   firm   closed   in   1980,   he   started   his   own   company, with Picaud, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

François Sebire (*1939)

He   worked   for   20   years   at   the   Beuchet-Debierre   company.   He   started his   own   firm   in   1981   with   Olivier   Glandaz   (Société   Sebire   &   Glandaz, 1981-1994). He retired in 1994.

Olivier Glandaz (* 1960)

Worked   from   1976   until   1980   with   Jacques   Picaud   at   the   Beuchet- Debierre   firm.   He   started   his   own   firm   in   1981   with   Francois   Sebire (Société   Sebire   &   Glandaz   (1980-1994).   After   the   retirement   of   Sebire in 1994, he continued on his own.

Marc Hedelin (*1952)

He   was   the   foreman   and   pupil   of   Picaud   and   Barbéris.   After   the   death of   Barbéris   in   1989,   he   founded   his   own   company   Manufacture   de grandes     orgues     Hedelin     et     cie ,     specializing     in     restorations     and maintenance.

Louis Napoléon Rochesson (1895-1972)

He   learend   his   skills   from   Fernand   Prince   (with   whom   he   became associated) and Conacker. He started his company in 1918. His    ‘chef    d’œuvre’    is    the    organ    of    the    Saint-Nicaise    de    Rouen.    He worked for a time for the Beuchet-Debierre firm.
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Jacques Picaud (1927-1981)

He   worked   for   the   Beuchet-Debierre   company   as   a   representative in   the   Paris   area   (togehter   with   Jacques   Barbéris)   ,   as   did   his   father Eugène,   born   in   1896.   When   the   firm   closed   in   1980,   he   started   his own company with Barbéris, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

Jacques Barbéris (1930-1989)

He   worked   at   the   Beuchet-Debierre   company   from   1956   onwards and   became   the   head   of   the   Parisian   branch,   together   with   Jacques Picaud.   When   the   firm   closed   in   1980,   he   started   his   own   company, with Picaud, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

François Sebire (*1939)

He    worked    for    20    years    at    the    Beuchet-Debierre    company.    He started   his   own   firm   in   1981   with   Olivier   Glandaz   (Société   Sebire   & Glandaz, 1981-1994). He retired in 1994.

Olivier Glandaz (* 1960)

Worked   from   1976   until   1980   with   Jacques   Picaud   at   the   Beuchet- Debierre   firm.   He   started   his   own   firm   in   1981   with   Francois   Sebire (Société    Sebire    &    Glandaz    (1980-1994).    After    the    retirement    of Sebire in 1994, he continued on his own.

Marc Hedelin (*1952)

He   was   the   foreman   and   pupil   of   Picaud   and   Barbéris.   After   the death     of     Barbéris     in     1989,     he     founded     his     own     company Manufacture     de     grandes     orgues     Hedelin     et     cie ,     specializing     in restorations and maintenance.

Louis Napoléon Rochesson (1895-1972)

He   learend   his   skills   from   Fernand   Prince   (with   whom   he   became associated) and Conacker. He started his company in 1918. His   ‘chef   d’œuvre’   is   the   organ   of   the   Saint-Nicaise   de   Rouen.   He worked for a time for the Beuchet-Debierre firm.