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Renaud 

  Jean   Renaud   (Nantes)   (1934-   ??)   learned   his   skills   from   Raymond Bouvet   (first   as   apprentice,   than   as   compagnon)   and   Erwin   Müller. He started his own company in 1960. He   is   a   representative   of   the   neoclassical   style   but   restored   also several large Cavaillé-Coll organs. In   the   eighties   of   the   past   century,   his   firm   was   bought   by   Gildas Ménoret:    Maison    Renaud-Ménoret    and    this    firm    was    bought    in 2001   by   Nicolas   Toussaint   (Manufacture   Bretonne   d'Orgues).   He worked    with    several    organ    builders    around    Nantes,    e.g.    Robert frères, Nicolas Toussaint, Claude Berger and Bernard Hurvy.
Les orgues de Paris

Renaud 

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  Jean   Renaud   (Nantes)   (1934-   ??)   learned   his   skills   from   Raymond Bouvet   (first   as   apprentice,   than   as   compagnon)   and   Erwin   Müller. He started his own company in 1960. He   is   a   representative   of   the   neoclassical   style   but   restored   also several large Cavaillé-Coll organs. In   the   eighties   of   the   past   century,   his   firm   was   bought   by   Gildas Ménoret:    Maison    Renaud-Ménoret    and    this    firm    was    bought    in 2001   by   Nicolas   Toussaint   (Manufacture   Bretonne   d'Orgues).   He worked    with    several    organ    builders    around    Nantes,    e.g.    Robert frères, Nicolas Toussaint, Claude Berger and Bernard Hurvy.