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 Sainte Elizabeth (1853)

Parisian organs built by Suret

Saint-Germain-de-Charonne (1850) Eglise Protestante Unie de Montparnasse-Plaisance (1850) Sainte-Élisabeth (1853) Chapelle de l’Hôpital Lariboisière (1855) Saint-Leu-Saint-Gilles Orgue de choeur (1855) Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Belleville Orgue de choeur (1859)
Marie    Antoine    Louis    Suret     (1807-1876)    was    a    Parisian    organ builder   in   het   first   half   of   the   19th   century.   He   is   mentioned   as   early as   1827   as   an   organbuilder.   He   worked   a   few   years   as   a   foreman   for the   Daublaine   and   Callinet   firm   and   started   his   own   company   in 1838.     His     instruments     won     several     prizes,     e.g.     at     the     world exposition   of   1855   for   the   organ   of   Ste   Elisabeth,   built   with   his   son Marie   François   Auguste   (born   in   Paris   in   1831).   The   Suret   company worked   on   approximately   50   instruments   (construction   as   well   as restoration), primarely in the Parisian region. The most remarkable instruments of Suret are: Saint-Basile (Étampes, 1849, 24 stops, III/ped) Sainte-Élisabeth-de- Hungary (Paris, 1853, 39 stops, III/ped) Basilica of Argenteuil (Argenteuil, 1867, 31 stops, III/ped). Reference: Christophe   d'Alessandro.   «   SURET,   facteur   de   grandes   orgues   d'église,   et d'orgues   d'accompagnement   pour   les   chœurs.   »   L'Orgue   Francophone, 16: p. 38-63, 1999. FFAO (Fédération Francophone des Amis de l'Orgue).  
Organs of Paris

Suret

 Sainte Elizabeth (1853)

Parisian organs built by Suret

Saint-Germain-de-Charonne (1850) Eglise Protestante Unie de Montparnasse-Plaisance (1850) Sainte-Élisabeth (1853) Chapelle de l’Hôpital Lariboisière (1855) Saint-Leu-Saint-Gilles Orgue de choeur (1855) Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Belleville Orgue de choeur (1859)
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Marie    Antoine    Louis    Suret     (1807-1876)    was    a    Parisian    organ builder   in   het   first   half   of   the   19th   century.   He   is   mentioned   as   early as   1827   as   an   organbuilder.   He   worked   a   few   years   as   a   foreman   for the   Daublaine   and   Callinet   firm   and   started   his   own   company   in 1838.     His     instruments     won     several     prizes,     e.g.     at     the     world exposition   of   1855   for   the   organ   of   Ste   Elisabeth,   built   with   his   son Marie   François   Auguste   (born   in   Paris   in   1831).   The   Suret   company worked   on   approximately   50   instruments   (construction   as   well   as restoration), primarely in the Parisian region. The most remarkable instruments of Suret are: Saint-Basile (Étampes, 1849, 24 stops, III/ped) Sainte-Élisabeth-de- Hungary (Paris, 1853, 39 stops, III/ped) Basilica of Argenteuil (Argenteuil, 1867, 31 stops, III/ped). Reference: Christophe   d'Alessandro.   «   SURET,   facteur   de   grandes   orgues   d'église,   et d'orgues   d'accompagnement   pour   les   chœurs.   »   L'Orgue   Francophone, 16: p. 38-63, 1999. FFAO (Fédération Francophone des Amis de l'Orgue).