The organs of Paris
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Cavaillé-Coll  1-2-3-4

Operatic period Cavaillé-Coll   built   16   (still   existing)   organs   in   Paris   between   1851 and   1870   (the   ‘operatic’   period),   among   which   the   organs   in   Saint- Vincent-de-Paul,      Notre-Dame      d’Auteuil,      Sainte-Clotilde,      Saint- Sulpice   and   Sainte-Trinité.   Of   these   big   organs,   only   the   organ   of Saint-Sulpice   is   still   in   its   original   state.   However,   several   smaller organs   dating   to   this   period   are   hardly   modified   during   the   years (indicated in the list on the right with an *). Next: - the ´ symphonic ´ period (1872-1898) Saint-Louis-D’Antin - Sainte-Clotilde
Organs of Paris

Cavaillé-Coll  1-2-3-4

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Operatic period Cavaillé-Coll   built   16   (still   existing)   organs   in   Paris   between   1851 and   1870   (the   ‘operatic’   period),   among   which   the   organs   in   Saint- Vincent-de-Paul,      Notre-Dame      d’Auteuil,      Sainte-Clotilde,      Saint- Sulpice   and   Sainte-Trinité.   Of   these   big   organs,   only   the   organ   of Saint-Sulpice   is   still   in   its   original   state.   However,   several   smaller organs   dating   to   this   period   are   hardly   modified   during   the   years (indicated in the list on the right with an *). Next: - the ´ symphonic ´ period (1872-1898) Saint-Louis-D’Antin - Sainte-Clotilde