Robert Delaunay | Église Saint-Pierre des Chartreux . Toulouse [France]

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The Saint-Pierre des Chartreux organ was built originally for the Couvent des Jacobins, from 1677 to 1682 by Robert Delauney. In 1760 it was enlarged by Jean-Esprit Isnard and Joseph Cavaillé and in 1783 it was changed by Jean-Baptiste Micot. Approximately at the same time of those changes, in 1792, the organ was transferred from the Couvent des Jacobins to Saint-Pierre des Chartreux.

In the 19th century, from 1850 to 1854, the organ undergoes an intervention by Frederic-Jean Junck and in 1880 and 1902 it is again changed by Théodore Puget. In 1958 the organ is altered by Maurice Puget and in 1982 Gerhard Grenzing does a major repair work, recuperating the preserved 17th and 18th century pipework.

 

1677-1682 – organ construction
1760 – organ extension by Jean-Esprit Isnard and Joseph Cavaillé
1683 – organ changes by Jean-Baptiste Micot
1792 – organ displacement to the Église Saint-Pierre des Chartreux
1850-1854 – organ changes by Frederic-Jean Junck
1880 – organ changes by Théodore Puget
1902 – organ changes by Théodore Puget
1958 – organ changes by Maurice Puget
1982 – organ repair by Gerhard Grenzing

 

Positif de dos Grand Orgue Récit Écho Pédale
Bourdon 8′ Bourdon 16′ Cornet V Bourdon 8′ Flûte 16′
Flûte 8′ Montre 8′ Trompette 8′ Prestant 4′ Flûte 8′
Prestant 4′ Bourdon 8′ Hautbois 8′ Nasard 2 2/3′ Flûte 4′
Flûte à cheminée 4′ Flûte 8′ Doublette 2′ Bombarde 16′
Nasard 2 2/3′ Prestant 4′ Tierce 1 3/5′ Trompette 8′
Doublette 2′ Flûte 4′ Sifflet 1′ Clairon 4′
Tierce 1 3/5′ Grosse Tierce 3 1/5′ Cymbale III
Larigot 1 1/3′ Nasard 2 2/3′ Cromorne 8′
Fourniture III Doublette 2′
Cymbale III Quarte 2′
Cornet III Tierce 1 3/5′
Trompette 8′ Flageolet 1′
Cromorne 8′ Fourniture IV
Cymbale IV
Plein-Jeu IV
Tiercelette III
Cornet V
1ere Trompette 8′
2e Trompette 8′
Clairon 4′
Voix humaine 8′
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