The Saint-Gervais organ in Paris

The Saint-Gervais organ

The Saint-Gervais organ, which survived through more than 400 years, remains one of the very rare witnesses of the French organ tradition of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Built by the best organ builders of their time, Langhedul, Pescheur, Thierry, Clicquot, he was played by some of the most famous musicians of the baroque age, Louis and François Couperin, Delalande.

Historical overview | Specification | The organists | The Couperins | Concerts
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