CREATIONS Church Organ



 Renaissance organ (built in 2011 for the Abbey of Saint-Amant-de-Boixe)

This 10-stop organ allows you to better ascertain 16th century European musics. Tuned to the mesotonic temperament, it has been fitted with a short octave keyboard (C, D, E-c''') with seven split keys (F#, G#, D#, Ab, D#', Ab', D#'') and a 26-note pedal board C,D,E,F,G-e' no eb.
It was assembled and delivered the week before Christmas 2011.


Clavier  (47 notes)                      
Principal 8'Principal 8'    emprunt
Cornet IIII chape libreTrompette 8'     emprunt
Bourdon 8Tirasse Mobile
Octave 4'Tremblant doux
Flûte ouverte 4'        
Flageolet 2 ‘ chape libre 
Nazard 3'                            
Tiercelette 1 3/5 chape libre 
Mixtur 2' extractible IV-VII rgs 

Trompette BD
















Description of the instrument:

It is modeled after the 1511 Covelens primitive organ of the church of Saint Lawrence in the city of Alkmaar, in the Netherlands.
It is fitted with a short octave C, D, E, F, G, A to c''' and a 47-note and 8-split sharp keyboard tuned to the mesotonic temperament.
The split sharp are F#, G#, d#, ab, d#', ab', d#''.
The pedal board is a C,D,E,F,G-e' , 26-note pedal board. No eb.

 Foto : JM Cousset

To hear and/or see this organ, go to YouTube to watch the following videos:


Organ built in 2008-09 for the Temple du Foyer de l’âme in Paris


This is an organ we built for the Temple du Foyer de l’âme in Paris. The old case was kept but made deeper. The front was also preserved as we thought its design was well adapted to the case and a new front would have made the instrument look gaudy.

The aesthetic of this organ is Saxon in spirit and devised to best fit the Continuo.
It has two 56-note keyboards (C to g''') and a 30-note pedal-board (C to f').

1er clavier         
 2ème clavier   
Bourdon  16' Gedackt 8' Principal 16' (bois)
 Principal 8' Viola di Gamba 8 Principal 8'(bois
 Flöte travers 8' Octav 4'* Posaune 16'
 Octav 4'* Flöte (bois) 4'* 
 Flöte (bois) 4'* Nassat 3' 
 Quinta 3'Gemshorn 2'
 Octav 2' Quinta 1' 1/3 
 Mixtur 3 rgs Fagott 16' 
 Sesquialtera B+D 2 rgs  
 Trompette B+D 8' en option   












Coupler II/I and I/II Pedal coupler I and II in 4
Light Tremulant.
* either-or registration

 Brand new organ built in 2007-08 for the Church of Saint Marcel d’Ennery in Lorraine

This piece is an organ built in the 18th-century style – a choice motivated by the organs commonly found in the region. Versatility, a vast repertoire and the fact that it offers the possibility to make a historically coherent instrument are all advantages of the late classical style.
The appearance of Gamba stops in instruments of that period opens a door onto the 19th century. This is the reason why we plan to include Salicional stops, which are found in late 18th-century organs from Saxony, Germany.

8 stops, two 56-note keyboards (C-g''') and 30-note pedal-board (C-f').

 1er clavier2ème clavier
Montre 8'Bourdon 8' Sousbasse    16'       
Flûte à cheminée 8'Salicional 8'basse 8'par extension
Prestant 4'Flûte 4' à cheminée 
Doublette 2'Flageolet 2' 
Sesquialtera 2 rgs Trompette basse/dessus 
Plein jeu 3 rgs  








Coupler I/II. Pedal Coupler P/I, P/II.
Light Tremulant.

It was made in a classic style examplified by the use of leather nuts, lead conductoring, spruce trackers and a hand-planed finish.

Organ built in 2005 for the Church of Plaine de Walsch in Lorraine.

This is an organ built in the late 18th-century German style. It has a lateral console and its case is that of the old organ, a 1930 Rottinger.

This is the first brand new organ that Blumenroeder Organs has ever built for a church. To adapt to height constraints, the console is a lateral one.

1er clavier
 2ème clavierPédale 
 Montre 8' Bourdon 8' Soubasse 16'
 Flûte à cheminée 8' Salicional 8' 
 Prestant 4' Flûte à cheminée 4'  
 Sesquialtera 2 rgs Flageolet 2' 
 Doublette 2' Basson 8' Basse 
 Plein-jeu 2rgs Trompette 8' Dessus 








11 stops, two 56-note keyboards (C-g''') and one 30-note pedal-board (C-f')

Coupler I/II, Pedal Coupler P/I, P/II, Light Tremulant.