Toulouse

Introduction

Notre-Dame la Daurade basilica
(Choir organ)

Eugène Puget (1881), Jean Daldosso (1993)

This high-quality instrument is one of the most interesting choir organs in Toulouse, alongside those of the church of Saint-Pierre des Chartreux and the Cathedral.

It was designed to accompany singing and produces a sound like that of a small symphonic organ, but can very well be used to play short pieces of romantic and symphonic music. This charming instrument has great presence and is beautifully adapted to the building’s acoustics.

The attractive golden organ case was designed to fit in with the decoration of the church’s choir.

Stoplist

Notre-Dame la Daurade basilica
(Choir organ)

2 claviers et 13 registres

Grand Orgue expressif
56 notes

Kéraulophone 8
Bourdon 16
Flûte à pavillon 8
Dulciane 4
Trompette 8
Clairon 4

Récit expressif
56 notes

Bourdon harmonique 8
Viole de Gambe 8
Voix céleste 8
Flûte octaviante 4
Hautbois - Basson 8
Voix humaine 8

Pédalier
27 notes

Contrebasse 16
fait parler le bourdon 16 du G.O. et un rang de 8 en façade

Pédales de combinaisons

Accouplement Réc. / G.O.
Tirasses G.O. Récit
Expression G.O. et Récit à bascule (2 pédales)
Trémolo

L’orgue est entièrement expressif.
Les volets se trouvent immédiatement derrière la façade.
Console retournée à l’avant du buffet.
Mécanique à balanciers