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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