Organ of Notre Dame de Paris?
There are two. First, the one in the gallery at the West end: Built by Thierry in 1733, amended by Clicuot in 1788. Completely rebuilt by Cavaillée-Coll in 1867, it was renovated and updated by Hermann (1959) and by the Boisseau firm in 1992. * 5 manuals and pedal board * 110 stops, 153 ranks, 7,000 pipes * Electric and electronic action
Secondarily, the Chancel Organ by Boisseau (1968). * 2 manuals and pedal * 30 stops, 38 ranks * Mechanical key action * Electric stop action