• GIROMAGNY (90) - St-Jean Baptiste Church

    This instrument is listed historical monument and went through three different stage : Verschneider-Krempf in 1874, Henri Didier in 1902 and Louis Georgel in 1941. It was decided to get back to the original state of Verschneider with its 28 stops and 3 keyboards, pedal.

    Inauguration on the 1th september 2019 by Eric Lebrun and Marie-Ange Leurent, organ (Paris), Canta Nova Saar Choir (Saarbrücken), Bernhard Schmidt, direction, as part of the "Festival International d'Orgue de Masevaux".

    Photos Thierry Marline

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  • PILGRIMAGE NOTRE DAME DU SCHAUENBERG (68)

    The organ was originally built by François Callinet around 1815 for the Chapel of the Pilgrimage Notre-Dame du Schauenberg in Pfaffenheim. Il was then taken to pieces around 1965 and listed as historical monument in 2016. The restoration work aims at getting back to the original condition of this instrument, with its 10 stops, 1 keyboard and a 13 notes fix tirasse Pedal.

  • GRENTZINGEN (68) - Saint Martin de Tours Church

    Restoration of Georges Schwenkedel organ, 1931, listed as historical monument, 20 stops, 2 Keybords, pedal, pneumatic action system.

  • LUTTER (68) - St Léger Church

    Restoration of the Joseph Callinet organ (1844), registered as an historic monument, 19 stops and 2 keyboards, pedal.