Rebuilt in the 19th century

Introduction

This category comprises five organs which have been restaurated in the 19th century and which have not been significantly altered since then. Two extremes: Saint Roch has preserved its French classical character for a great deal, as has Saint Louis de Versailles, St-Germain-de-l'Auxerrois has preserved its classical grand-jeu, while Saint Sulpice has lost its French classical character completely.

Saint-Germain-de-l'Auxerrois
Saint-Sulpice
Saint-Roch
Saint-Médard
Saint Louis de Versailles

In addition, this category contains one organ (Saint-Pierre-de-Montmartre) of which only the case has been preserved and no pipes at all dating from before the revolution.