The Specification of the St. Vincent-de-Paul’s Organ

Paris, France


Organ History
 Built by Cavaillé-Coll, Paris
Status
Unkown
Information Source
Hopkins & Rimbault - “The Organ: Its History and Construction - A Comprehensive Treatise on the Structure and Capabilities of the Organ”, 1877.

I. Grand Orgue (Tracker-pneumatic - CC-f3 54 notes)
1.Montre16' 
2.Bourdon16' 
3.Montre8' 
4.Gamba8' 
5.Bourdon8' 
6.Prestant4' 
7.Flute4' 
8.Quint2 2/3' 
9.Doublette2' 
10.FournitureV 
11.CymbaleIII 
12.Trompette8' 
13.Cornet à pavillon8' 
14.Clarion4' 
II. Positif (Tracker-pneumatic - CC-f3 54 notes)
15.Bourdon16' 
16.Flute Harmonique8' 
17.Salicional8' 
18.Bourdon8' 
19.Prestant4' 
20.Flute Octaviante4' 
21.Doublette2' 
22.Octavin Harmonique2' 
23.Trompette8' 
24.Cromorne8' 
III. Récit (Tracker-pneumatic - CC-f3 54 notes)
25.Flute Harmonique8' 
26.Bourdon8' 
27.Prestant4' 
28.Flute Douce4' 
29.Voix Celeste8' 
30.Trompette Harmonique8' 
31.Cor Anglais8' 
32.Voix Humaine8' 
Pedal (Tracker-pneumatic - CCC-c 25 notes)
33.Grand Bourdon32' 
34.Montre16' 
35.Contre Basse16' 
36.Flute Ouverte8' 
37.Bombarde16' 
38.Trompette8' 
39.Clarion4' 
Accessories
Fourteen Composition Pedals.



List of Organists
1851-1857Louis D. Besozzi (1814-1879)
1881Léon Boëllmann (1862-1897)
1912-1931Henri Nibelle (1883-1966)
Léon Boëllmann (1862-1897)
Piétro Cavallo (1819-1892)
Alexis H. Fissot (1843-1896)

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