LE TOUQUET/PARIS PLAGE - Eglise sainte-Jeanne D'Arc

Organ : 3 keyboards , pedalboard - 37 stops



The design of the case is traditional , divided in several flats. The decoration is treated, on the other hand, in a more contemporary way, with a polychromy enhanced by gold leaf.




This organ of 38 stops is conceived to be able to play a wide musical directory under good conditions.

















Both main divisions: Positive and Great-Organ, are composed in a classic way: Plenum, stop of "Tierce" and choir of reed stops. 

The third division of Swell is, on the other hand, rather in touch with a romantic esthetics ("Trompette harmonique", "Hautbois", "Voix céleste" etc..)


In addition there is a division of Pedal with, among other stops, a Basson 16' in real length. The "classic" part of the division of Pedal: Flute 8' and Trompette 8' is situated inside, on the sides of the big case, The Bourdon 16' and the Basson 16' are placed outside behind the back of the main case.
The style of tuning refers to the criteria of the French esthetics (high pressure, heights of mouths relatively low, closed feet).

The mechanical plan is simple, this one is suspended for the Swell and the Great-Organ. The stop action is electric.



Composition :


Positif - 56 notes Grand-Orgue - 56 notes Récit expressif - 56 notes Pédale - 32 notes
Montre 4' Bourdon 16' Flûte harmonique 8' Bourdon 16'
Bourdon 8' Montre 8' Gambe 8' Flûte 8'
Second 8' Flûte harmonique 8' Voix céleste 8' Prestant 4'
Prestant 4' Bourdon 8' Flûte octaviante 4' Basson 16'
Nazard 2 2/3' Prestant 4' Quinte 2 2/3' Trompette 8'
Tierce 1 3/5' Doublette 2' Octavin 2'  
Larigot 1 1/3' Grande Fourniture 2 rangs Flageolet 1'  
Plein-jeu 5 rangs Fourniture 5 rangs Basson-Hautbois 8'  
Cromorne 8' Cornet 5 rangs Voix humaine 8'  
  Trompette 8' Trompette harmonique 8'  
  Clairon 4'    
Soft Tremulant

2ème Trompette en chamade

Soft Tremulant  

Mecanical shift coupler : II/I , III/II, Pedalcoupler G.O., Positive, Solo - 3 Tremulants

Electrical couplers: I/II, III/II et III/II in 16 - electronic sequencer - Electrical stop action






















audio recording :


J.S. Bach -Ghislain Leroy