Organ : 2 keyboards , pedalboard - 18 stops






Composition :


1er clavier (48 notes) Récit Pédale (30 notes)
Montre 8' Bourdon 8' Bourdon 16'
Prestant 4' Flûte à cheminée 4' Flûte 8'
12ème Nazard 2 2/3' Trompette 8'
15ème Tierce  
Fourniture III rgs Quarte  
Cymbale IV rgs Flageolet 1'  
Cromorne 8' Cornet (C3)  
  Trompette 8'  

Shift coupler - Pedalcouplers I, II






This organ the 1st track of which dates back to 1432, was constantly transformed and enlarged over the centuries.
In particular in 1426 by Cl. GUILLEMIN, in 1675 by BOAT, in 1720 by Louis DUCATEL, in 1848 by Th. PUGET and, finally, 
in 1851 when it is still complemented.


The organ having been moved from a side chapel to the gallery in bottom of the nave, its case had been completely reshaped in 1809.
The work of restoration consisted in going back as much as possible to the original state both at the level of the piping and of the case which was reconstituted from ancient elements.