The organs of Paris
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Before the revolution

This category comprises nine organs which have been restaurated both in the 19th and in the 20th century. They all show a more or less heterogeneous (or non- specific) character, related to their long history.  In addition, this category contains three organs (Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption, St-Philippe-du-Roule, St-Joseph-des-Épinettes, Saint-Pierre-de-Chaillot - orgue de choeur) of which only (parts of) the case has been preserved and no pipes at all dating to before the revolution. The     table     on     the     right     site     summarizes     the     main characteristics    of    the    nine    organs    which    have    been restaurated   both   in   the   19th   and   in   the   20th   century. Only    Notre-Dame-de-Paris,    Saint-Etienne-du-Mont    and Saint-Merry    still    have    a    substanial    number    of    pre- revolutionary stops. 
Organs of Paris

Before the revolution -

Organs rebuilt in the 20th century 

This   category   comprises   nine   organs   which   have   been restaurated   both   in   the   19th   and   in   the   20th   century. They   all   show   a   more   or   less   heterogeneous   (or   not- specific) character, related to their long history.  In     addition,     this     category     contains     three     organs (Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption,       St-Philippe-du-Roule, St-Joseph-des-Épinettes,       St-Pierre-de-Chaillot-orgue- de-choeur)   of   which   only   (parts   of)   the   case   has   been preserved   and   no   pipes   at   all   dating   to   before   the revolution. Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption Notre-Dame-de-Paris Saint-Étienne-du-Mont Saint-Joseph-des-Épinettes Saint-Louis-des-Invalides  Saint-Merry Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet Saint-Philippe-du-Roule St-Pierre-de-Chaillot - orgue de choeur The   table   below   summarizes   the   main   characteristics   of the   eight   organs   which   have   been   restaurated   both   in   the 19th   and   in   the   20th   century.   Only   Notre-Dame-de-Paris, Saint-Etienne-du-Mont     and     Saint-Merry     still     have     a substanial number of pre-revolutionary stops.   
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