Les orgues de  Paris
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0  © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt                                      ACCUEIL                 A-C           

Chapelle Notre-Dame de

l'hôpital du Val-de-grâce             

1, place Alphonse Laveran, 75005 Paris 1853 - Cavaillé-Coll

1885 - Merklin

1927 - J.M. Koenig

1993 - François Delangue et Bernard Hurvy

II/22 - transmissions mécaniques - composition 

Photo: Pierre Marteau
Val-de-Grâce is a former abbey and nowadays a military hospital. The church was completed in 1667 and designed by François Mansart and Jacques Lemercier. It is probably the finest example of baroque architecture in Paris. Since the Benedictine nuns provided medical care for injured revolutionaries during the French Revolution, the church was not badly damaged during the revolution. The old abbey alongside the church is now a museum of French army medicine.

Organiste titulaire

Hervé Désarbre Suppléant: Yannick Merlin Famous organists in the past: Clément Loret (1833-1909)

Concerts

Every Dimanche afternoon 5.30PM

Messes avec orgue

Dimanche 11h Vidéos Yannick Merlin
The organ was built by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll in 1853, for the church of Sainte-Geneviève, which became the Pantheon in 1885. The organ was then transferred to the Val-de-Grâce by Merklin. The last time it was heard in the Pantheon was probably at funeral of Victor Hugo. In 1927, maintenance was carried out by Paul-Marie Koenig. It was restored by François Delangue and Bernard Hurvy in 1933. The organ of Val-de-Grâce is one the rare authentic organs of Cavaillé-Coll in Paris and sounds beautiful, empowered by the beautiful acoustics of the church itself. Site of the organ
Les orgues de Paris

Chapelle Notre-

Dame de l'hôpital

du Val-de-grâce             

1, place Alphonse Laveran, 75005 Paris 1853 - Cavaillé-Coll

1885 - Merklin

1927 - J.M. Koenig

1993 - François Delangue et Bernard Hurvy

II/22 - transmissions mécaniques - composition 

Photo: Pierre Marteau
ORGUES DE PARIS 2.0 © Vincent Hildebrandt     ACCUEIL      A-C
The organ was built by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll in 1853, for the church of Sainte-Geneviève, which became the Pantheon in 1885. The organ was then transferred to the Val-de-Grâce by Merklin. The last time it was heard in the Pantheon was probably at funeral of Victor Hugo. In 1927, maintenance was carried out by Paul- Marie Koenig. It was restored by François Delangue and Bernard Hurvy in 1933. The organ of Val-de-Grâce is one the rare authentic organs of Cavaillé-Coll in Paris and sounds beautiful, empowered by the beautiful acoustics of the church itself. Site of the organ
Val-de-Grâce is a former abbey and nowadays a military hospital. The church was completed in 1667 and designed by François Mansart and Jacques Lemercier. It is probably the finest example of baroque architecture in Paris. Since the Benedictine nuns provided medical care for injured revolutionaries during the French Revolution, the church was not badly damaged during the revolution. The old abbey alongside the church is now a museum of French army medicine.

Organiste titulaire

Hervé Désarbre Suppléant: Yannick Merlin Famous organists in the past: Clément Loret (1833-1909)

Concerts

Every Sunday afternoon 5.30PM

Messes avec orgue

Sunday 11AM Vidéos Yannick Merlin