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Boisseau - Cattiaux

Versailles, Chateaux (1995)

Parisian organs built by Boisseau

Chapelle des soeurs de Saint-Joseph-de-Cluny (1963)

Parisian organs restored by

Boisseau/Cattiaux

Notre-Dame-de-Paris (1962/2014)
The   Boisseau   family   is   a   family   of   French   organ   builders   in   the   20th century. Robert     Boisseau      (1909-1979)     and     his     oldest     son     Jean-Loup Boisseau     (*1940)    built    many    new    organs    and    did    a    number    of restorations.   The   latter   associated   himself   in   1980   with   his   former employee Bernard Cattiaux . Grandson   Jean-Baptiste   Boisseau    (*1965)   followed   the   path   of   his (grand)father    and    created    with    Jean-Marie    Gaborit    the    company Béthines les Orgues.   Bernard   Cattiaux    (*1955)   is   a   pupil   of   Jean-Loup   Boisseau   and   was associated   with   him   during   the   years   1980-1998.   In   that   period, they   restored   over   30   organs,   among   which   the   basilique   Saint- Denis,    Notre-Dame    de    Paris,    la    cathédrale    de    Poitiers    et    Saint- Sernin    de    Toulouse.    They    reconstructed    the    organ    of    the    Royal Chapel    of    the    castle    of    Versailles.    He    started    his    own    company ( Atelier Bertrand Cattiaux)  in 1998.
Les orgues de Paris

Boisseau -

Cattiaux

Versailles, Chateaux (1995)

Parisian organs built by Boisseau

Chapelle des soeurs de Saint-Joseph-de-Cluny (1963)

Parisian organs restored by

Boisseau/Cattiaux

Notre-Dame-de-Paris (1962/2014)
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The   Boisseau   family   is   a   family   of   French   organ   builders   in   the   20th century. Robert     Boisseau      (1909-1979)     and     his     oldest     son     Jean-Loup Boisseau     (*1940)    built    many    new    organs    and    did    a    number    of restorations.   The   latter   associated   himself   in   1980   with   his   former employee Bernard Cattiaux . Grandson   Jean-Baptiste   Boisseau    (*1965)   followed   the   path   of   his (grand)father    and    created    with    Jean-Marie    Gaborit    the    company Béthines les Orgues.   Bernard   Cattiaux    (*1955)   is   a   pupil   of   Jean-Loup   Boisseau   and   was associated   with   him   during   the   years   1980-1998.   In   that   period, they   restored   over   30   organs,   among   which   the   basilique   Saint- Denis,    Notre-Dame    de    Paris,    la    cathédrale    de    Poitiers    et    Saint- Sernin    de    Toulouse.    They    reconstructed    the    organ    of    the    Royal Chapel    of    the    castle    of    Versailles.    He    started    his    own    company ( Atelier Bertrand Cattiaux)  in 1998.