Organroxx supports the organs of Notre-Dame.
We have to do something
No doubt both organs of the Notre-Dame are badly damaged in the horrifying fire of last April the 15th.
The big organ is build in 1868 by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll reusing existing pipes (François Thierry 1733 and Claude François Clicquot 1788). After the last restoration by Bertrand Cattiaux and Pascal Quorin in 2014 the organ contains 110 stops, 5 manuals and pedal. Louis Vierne was Titular Organist here for no less than 37 years!
In addition there was also a smaller organ in the Choir built by Joseph Merklin in 1865. Robert Boisseau constructed a new instrument inside the existing case in 1969 with 29 stops, 2 manuals and pedal.