Les orgues de Paris
ORGUES DE PARIS © 2018 Vincent Hildebrandt ACCUEIL COLOPHON

Beuchet-Debierre

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Notre-Dame-d'Auteuil (1937)

Major Parisian organs restored by Beuchet-

Debierre

(selection) Notre-Dame-de-Paris (1932) Notre-Dame-d'Auteuil (1937, positif) Sainte-Clotilde (1933/1962) Saint Augustin (1945/1962) Saint-Etienne-du-Mont (1956/66) Saint-louis-des-invalides (1957/1962/79) Sainte-Trinité (1967)
Picaud - Barbéris - Sebire - Glandaz - Hedelin - Rochesson

Jacques Picaud (1927-1981)

He worked for the Beuchet-Debierre company as a representative in the Paris area (togehter with Jacques Barbéris) , as did his father Eugène, born in 1896. When the firm closed in 1980, he started his own company with Barbéris, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

Jacques Barbéris (1930-1989)

He worked at the Beuchet-Debierre company from 1956 onwards and became the head of the Parisian branch, together with Jacques Picaud. When the firm closed in 1980, he started his own company, with Picaud, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

François Sebire (*1939)

He worked for 20 years at the Beuchet-Debierre company. He started his own firm in 1981 with Olivier Glandaz (Société Sebire & Glandaz, 1981-1994). He retired in 1994.

Olivier Glandaz (* 1960)

Worked from 1976 until 1980 with Jacques Picaud at the Beuchet- Debierre firm. He started his own firm in 1981 with Francois Sebire (Société Sebire & Glandaz (1980-1994). After the retirement of Sebire in 1994, he continued on his own.

Marc Hedelin (*1952)

He was the foreman and pupil of Picaud and Barbéris. After the death of Barbéris in 1989, he founded his own company Manufacture de grandes orgues Hedelin et cie , specializing in restorations and maintenance.

Louis Napoléon Rochesson (1895-1972)

He learend his skills from Fernand Prince (with whom he became associated) and Conacker. He started his company in 1918. His ‘chef d’œuvre’ is the organ of the Saint-Nicaise de Rouen. He worked for a time for the Beuchet-Debierre firm.
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Picaud - Barbéris - Sebire - Glandaz - Hedelin - Rochesson

Jacques Picaud (1927-1981)

He worked for the Beuchet-Debierre company as a representative in the Paris area (togehter with Jacques Barbéris) , as did his father Eugène, born in 1896. When the firm closed in 1980, he started his own company with Barbéris, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

Jacques Barbéris (1930-1989)

He worked at the Beuchet-Debierre company from 1956 onwards and became the head of the Parisian branch, together with Jacques Picaud. When the firm closed in 1980, he started his own company, with Picaud, Sebire, Glandaz and others.

François Sebire (*1939)

He worked for 20 years at the Beuchet-Debierre company. He started his own firm in 1981 with Olivier Glandaz (Société Sebire & Glandaz, 1981-1994). He retired in 1994.

Olivier Glandaz (* 1960)

Worked from 1976 until 1980 with Jacques Picaud at the Beuchet- Debierre firm. He started his own firm in 1981 with Francois Sebire (Société Sebire & Glandaz (1980-1994). After the retirement of Sebire in 1994, he continued on his own.

Marc Hedelin (*1952)

He was the foreman and pupil of Picaud and Barbéris. After the death of Barbéris in 1989, he founded his own company Manufacture de grandes orgues Hedelin et cie , specializing in restorations and maintenance.

Louis Napoléon Rochesson (1895-1972)

He learend his skills from Fernand Prince (with whom he became associated) and Conacker. He started his company in 1918. His ‘chef d’œuvre’ is the organ of the Saint-Nicaise de Rouen. He worked for a time for the Beuchet-Debierre firm.