Orgues de l'église Saint-Médard de Brunoy

Création: Atelier Bertrand Cattiaux 2008

Brunoy Disposition III/P 21
II Grand-Orgue 59n. (A0-g5) I Positif 59n. (A0-g5) III Récit 32 n. (c3-g5)
Bourdon 16' Montre 8' Cornet V rangs
Flute 8' Bourdon 8'    
Bourdon 8' Prestant 4'    
Prestant 4' Flûte à biberon 4' Pédale 33n. (A0-f3)
Doublette 2' Nazard 2 2/3'    
Fourniture II rgs Qte. de Nazard 2' Trompette 8'
Trompette 8' Tierce 1 3/5' Bourdon 16' du GO
Voix Humaine 8' Plein-Jeu III à VI rgs Flûte 8' du GO
    Cromorne 8'    

Pedal coupler: Grand Orgue
Shift couplers: I/II , III/II et II/III
Mécanic key and stop action
Mild tremulant

Organ of St-Médard de Brunoy

The conception of this organ was inspired by the Cliquot organ of the chapel of the castrl of Fontainebleau. It means that the Great is located in the lower case and the positif at the level of the front pipes.

The instrumental part is partly inspired by french organs of the 17th century, more polyphonic, that allows to play a larger repertoire rather than the organd of the 18th century.

The voicing is a midway of the flemish polyphonic style and the 18th century.

Conception: Bertrand Cattiaux

Construction: Atelier Bertrand Cattiaux

Voicing: Bertrand Cattiaux and Itaru Sekiguchi

Inauguration concert was given by Michel Chapuis.
Actual organist is Léonid Karev. For further information and concert dates please refer to the site of the Amis des Orgues de Brunoy.