Nîmes, Cathédrale Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Castor, Orgue de Choeur

Foto’s: Michiel van ’t Einde © 2018

The choir organ of the cathedral of Nîmes (Gard (30)) is built in 1885 by Théodore Puget & fils. The instrument is enclosed in a swell box entirely. The action is mechanical and the wind chests are slider chests. A restoration was carried out in 1992 by Charles Sarélot in colloboration with the Manufacture des Grandes Orgues de Lodève.

The Stoplist:

Grand Orgue: C – g3 Bourdon 16′, Flûte-Montre 8′, Salicional 8′, Prestant 4′, Trompette 8′.
Récit: C – g3 Bourdon à Cheminée 8′, Viole de Gambe 8′, Voix Céleste 8′, Hautbois 8′.
Pédale: C – d1 Bourdon 16′.
Couplers: Accouplement du Récit au Grand Orgue, Tirasse Grand Orgue, Tirasse Récit.
Accessories: Trémolo, Expression, Appel Anches Grand-Orgue, Appel Anches Récit.