Les orgues de Paris
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Les facteurs d’orgue

du 21ème siècle

Bernard   Aubertin    (Courtefontaine,   east   of   France)   founded   his firm    in    1978.    He    learned    his    skills    at    firms    like    Haertmann, Bourgarel,   Muhleisen.   His   activities   comprise   both   restoration   of old   organs   and   construction   of   new   organs.   Within   his   company, Michel   Gaillard    is   responsible   for   the   restoration   projects.   He built   the   organ   of   Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile   (2004)   and   restored   the organ of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet  (2014). Quentin    Blumenroeder    (*1971)    founded    his    company    La Manufacture   d'orgues   et   de   clavecin   Blumenroeder    in   1998,   located at   Haguenau   since   2007.   He   learned   his   skills   at   the   organ   firms of        Rémy        Mahler        (Pfaffenhoffen),        Bernard        Aubertin (Courtefontaine)   and   Émile   Jobin,   builder   of   cembalo’s   (Paris). He     is     specialized     in     the     construction     of     new,     historically orientated    instruments,    copies    of    old    instruments    and    the restoration   of   historical   organs.   He   restored   the   organ   of   St. Séverin    (2011)   and   rebuilt   the   organ   of   Eglise   Protestante   Unie Bastille-Foyer de l'Ame  (2009). Bernard Cattiaux   Olivier    Chevron     (*1967)    worked    at    the    firm    of    Jean-Loup Boisseau      before   he   created   his   own   firm   in   2002.   His   activities comprise    both    construction    and    restoration,    inspirated    by historic   instruments   while   respecting   the   needs   of   the   organist of   the   XXIth   century.   He   built   the   organ   of   the   Chapelle   Notre- Dame du Saint Sacrement (2017). Bernard   Cogez    (*1952)   learned   is   skills   at   the   firms   of   Delmotte and   Loridan.   He   created   his   firm   in   1979.   He   built   the   organs   of Notre-Dame-des-Foyers (2001); Saint François d’Assise (2008). Bernard Dargassies   Philippe   Emeriau    (*1950)   learned   his   skills   at   the   Hartmann company.    He    founded    his    firm    in    1978    and    is    specialized    in retoration   works.   He   was   part   of   the   team   which   restored   the organ   of   Notre-Dame-de-Paris    in   1992   and   restored   (together with Yves Koenig) the organ of Saint-Ignace  (1998/2012).
Yves Fossaert   Gerhard   Grenzing   (*1942)   completed   his   training   as   an   organ builder    at    the    Rudolf    von    Beckerath    workshop    in    Hamburg. Between   1967   and   1972,   he   was   devoted   to   the   restoration   and partial   "rescue"   of   the   organs   in   Majorca.   He   founded   his   own workshop   in   El   Papiol   near   Barcelona   in   the   mid-seventies.   For the   past   25   years,   his   son   and   daughter   have   worked   for   the company,    Daniel    Grenzing    as    voicer    and    Natalie    Grenzing    as head    of    the    company’s    management    department.    Gerhard Grenzing   is   now   handing   over   the   management   of   the   company to   his   son   and   daughter.      He   built   the   organs   of   Conservatoire   à Rayonnement   Régional   Salle   Alain   (1996)   and   Maison   de   Radio- France (2015). Denis Lacorre Alain    Léon    (*1960)    learned    his    skills    from    Yves    Sévére    and started   his   own   company   in   1994.   He   restored   the   organ   of Saint-Pierre-du-Montrouge    and   will   be   restoring   the   organ   of the Chapelle des Spiritains . Muhleisen Pels-Dhondt Laurent   Plet   (*1956)   learned   his   skills   from   J.   G.   et   Y   Koenig   and started   his   own   company   in   1983.   He   worked   on   the   organ   of Saint-Germain-l'Auxerrois     (2008)    and    Saint-Maurice    de    Becon   (2015). Pascal   Quoirin    (*1948)   learned   his   skills   from   Alain   Sals   and founded    his    own    firm    in    1976.    His    activities    comprise    both restoration       of       old       organs       ( Notre-Dame-de-Paris )       and construction of new organs ( Saint-Ferdinand-des-Ternes  (1995). Rieger Jean-Pascal   Villard    (*1954)   learned   his   skills   at   the   Boisseau, Walcker,   Ismayer   and   Garhammer   workshops   and   started   his own   company   in   1986.   He   restores   old   organs   and   constructs new    organs.    He    worked    on    the    organ    of    Saint-Germain-de- Charonne .
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Les orgues de Paris

Les facteurs

d’orgue

du 21ème siècle

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Bernard    Aubertin     (Courtefontaine,    east    of    France)    founded    his firm    in    1978.    He    learned    his    skills    at    firms    like    Haertmann, Bourgarel,   Muhleisen.   His   activities   comprise   both   restoration   of old   organs   and   construction   of   new   organs.   Within   his   company, Michel   Gaillard    is   responsible   for   the   restoration   projects.   He   built the   organ   of   Saint-Louis-en-l'Ile   (2004)   and   restored   the   organ   of Saint-Nicolas-du-Chardonnet  (2014). Quentin     Blumenroeder     (*1971)     founded     his     company     La Manufacture   d'orgues   et   de   clavecin   Blumenroeder    in   1998,   located   at Haguenau   since   2007.   He   learned   his   skills   at   the   organ   firms   of Rémy    Mahler    (Pfaffenhoffen),    Bernard    Aubertin    (Courtefontaine) and   Émile   Jobin,   builder   of   cembalo’s   (Paris).   He   is   specialized   in   the construction   of   new,   historically   orientated   instruments,   copies   of old    instruments    and    the    restoration    of    historical    organs.    He restored   the   organ   of   St.   Séverin    (2011)   and   rebuilt   the   organ   of Eglise Protestante Unie Bastille-Foyer de l'Ame  (2009). Bernard Cattiaux   Olivier   Chevron    (*1967)   worked   at   the   firm   of   Jean-Loup   Boisseau     before   he   created   his   own   firm   in   2002.   His   activities   comprise   both construction    and    restoration,    inspirated    by    historic    instruments while   respecting   the   needs   of   the   organist   of   the   XXIth   century.   He built   the   organ   of   the   Chapelle   Notre-Dame   du   Saint   Sacrement (2017). Bernard   Cogez    (*1952)   learned   is   skills   at   the   firms   of   Delmotte and   Loridan.   He   created   his   firm   in   1979.   He   built   the   organs   of Notre-Dame-des-Foyers (2001); Saint François d’Assise (2008). Bernard Dargassies   Philippe    Emeriau     (*1950)    learned    his    skills    at    the    Hartmann company.    He    founded    his    firm    in    1978    and    is    specialized    in retoration   works.   He   was   part   of   the   team   which   restored   the   organ of   Notre-Dame-de-Paris    in   1992   and   restored   (together   with   Yves Koenig) the organ of Saint-Ignace  (1998/2012). Yves Fossaert   Gerhard    Grenzing    (*1942)    completed    his    training    as    an    organ builder    at    the    Rudolf    von    Beckerath    workshop    in    Hamburg. Between   1967   and   1972,   he   was   devoted   to   the   restoration   and partial    "rescue"    of    the    organs    in    Majorca.    He    founded    his    own workshop   in   El   Papiol   near   Barcelona   in   the   mid-seventies.   For   the past   25   years,   his   son   and   daughter   have   worked   for   the   company, Daniel    Grenzing    as    voicer    and    Natalie    Grenzing    as    head    of    the company’s    management    department.    Gerhard    Grenzing    is    now handing    over    the    management    of    the    company    to    his    son    and daughter.      He   built   the   organs   of   Conservatoire   à   Rayonnement Régional Salle Alain (1996) and Maison de Radio-France (2015). Denis Lacorre Alain   Léon   (*1960)   learned   his   skills   from   Yves   Sévére   and   started his   own   company   in   1994.   He   restored   the   organ   of   Saint-Pierre-du- Montrouge    and   will   be   restoring   the   organ   of   the   Chapelle   des Spiritains . Muhleisen Pels-Dhondt Laurent   Plet   (*1956)   learned   his   skills   from   J.   G.   et   Y   Koenig   and started   his   own   company   in   1983.   He   worked   on   the   organ   of   Saint- Germain-l'Auxerrois  (2008) and Saint-Maurice de Becon  (2015). Pascal    Quoirin     (*1948)    learned    his    skills    from    Alain    Sals    and founded    his    own    firm    in    1976.    His    activities    comprise    both restoration   of   old   organs   ( Notre-Dame-de-Paris )   and   construction of new organs ( Saint-Ferdinand-des-Ternes  (1995). Rieger Jean-Pascal    Villard     (*1954)    learned    his    skills    at    the    Boisseau, Walcker,   Ismayer   and   Garhammer   workshops   and   started   his   own company    in    1986.    He    restores    old    organs    and    constructs    new organs. He worked on the organ of Saint-Germain-de-Charonne .