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    Collegiale saint Martin

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    Adresse

    Adresse

    Boulevard Marceau

    Ville

    Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

    Code postal

    13210

    Geolocalisation


    Description

    The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival.


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      On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’uni…

      Catégorie : Étiquette :

      Adresse

      Adresse

      Boulevard Marceau

      Ville

      Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

      Code postal

      13210

      Geolocalisation


      Description

      On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’unique reste de l’église médiévale qui s’est effondrée en 1818. Elle fut reconstruite en 1821, sous la Restauration, par l’architecte Penchaud à qui on doit la Porte d’Aix à Marseille. Contourner l’église pour voir la façade monumentale. Sa composition massive inspirée des temples Grecs est le symbole du retour en force de l’Eglise en même temps que celui de la monarchie. Le tout forme un ensemble hétéroclite avec un clocher gothique et un corps néo-classique dont les proportions sont calquées sur la basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. En 1983, le facteur d’orgues, Pascal Quoirin réalisera la dernière restauration du buffet d’orgues considéré comme un des chefs-d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Le Festival Organa s’y déroule chaque année. Le Buffet d’Orgues de la Collégiale Saint-Martin de Saint-Rémy, restauré par le facteur d’orgues Pascal Quoirin en 1983, est considéré comme un chef d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Il permet à Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, titulaire des Grandes Orgues et concertiste international, d’organiser tous les étés le Festival Organa qui réunit de juillet à septembre les meilleurs organistes venus du monde entier. On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’unique reste de l’église médiévale qui s’est effondrée en 1818. Elle fut reconstruite en 1821, sous la Restauration, par l’architecte Penchaud à qui on doit la Porte d’Aix à Marseille. Contourner l’église pour voir la façade monumentale. Sa composition massive inspirée des temples Grecs est le symbole du retour en force de l’Eglise en même temps que celui de la monarchie. Le tout forme un ensemble hétéroclite avec un clocher gothique et un corps néo-classique dont les proportions sont calquées sur la basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. En 1983, le facteur d’orgues, Pascal Quoirin réalisera la dernière restauration du buffet d’orgues considéré comme un des chefs-d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Le Festival Organa s’y déroule chaque année. Le Buffet d’Orgues de la Collégiale Saint-Martin de Saint-Rémy, restauré par le facteur d’orgues Pascal Quoirin en 1983, est considéré comme un chef d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Il permet à Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, titulaire des Grandes Orgues et concertiste international, d’organiser tous les étés le Festival Organa qui réunit de juillet à septembre les meilleurs organistes venus du monde entier. On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’unique reste de l’église médiévale qui s’est effondrée en 1818. Elle fut reconstruite en 1821, sous la Restauration, par l’architecte Penchaud à qui on doit la Porte d’Aix à Marseille. Contourner l’église pour voir la façade monumentale. Sa composition massive inspirée des temples Grecs est le symbole du retour en force de l’Eglise en même temps que celui de la monarchie. Le tout forme un ensemble hétéroclite avec un clocher gothique et un corps néo-classique dont les proportions sont calquées sur la basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. En 1983, le facteur d’orgues, Pascal Quoirin réalisera la dernière restauration du buffet d’orgues considéré comme un des chefs-d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Le Festival Organa s’y déroule chaque année. Le Buffet d’Orgues de la Collégiale Saint-Martin de Saint-Rémy, restauré par le facteur d’orgues Pascal Quoirin en 1983, est considéré comme un chef d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Il permet à Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, titulaire des Grandes Orgues et concertiste international, d’organiser tous les étés le Festival Organa qui réunit de juillet à septembre les meilleurs organistes venus du monde entier. On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’unique reste de l’église médiévale qui s’est effondrée en 1818. Elle fut reconstruite en 1821, sous la Restauration, par l’architecte Penchaud à qui on doit la Porte d’Aix à Marseille. Contourner l’église pour voir la façade monumentale. Sa composition massive inspirée des temples Grecs est le symbole du retour en force de l’Eglise en même temps que celui de la monarchie. Le tout forme un ensemble hétéroclite avec un clocher gothique et un corps néo-classique dont les proportions sont calquées sur la basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. En 1983, le facteur d’orgues, Pascal Quoirin réalisera la dernière restauration du buffet d’orgues considéré comme un des chefs-d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Le Festival Organa s’y déroule chaque année. Le Buffet d’Orgues de la Collégiale Saint-Martin de Saint-Rémy, restauré par le facteur d’orgues Pascal Quoirin en 1983, est considéré comme un chef d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Il permet à Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, titulaire des Grandes Orgues et concertiste international, d’organiser tous les étés le Festival Organa qui réunit de juillet à septembre les meilleurs organistes venus du monde entier. On longe ensuite, au pied du clocher, à l’arrière de l’église, la chapelle Jean de Renaud qui est un des rares témoignages de construction gothique flamboyant en Provence. Elle est avec le clocher du XIVème siècle, l’unique reste de l’église médiévale qui s’est effondrée en 1818. Elle fut reconstruite en 1821, sous la Restauration, par l’architecte Penchaud à qui on doit la Porte d’Aix à Marseille. Contourner l’église pour voir la façade monumentale. Sa composition massive inspirée des temples Grecs est le symbole du retour en force de l’Eglise en même temps que celui de la monarchie. Le tout forme un ensemble hétéroclite avec un clocher gothique et un corps néo-classique dont les proportions sont calquées sur la basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. En 1983, le facteur d’orgues, Pascal Quoirin réalisera la dernière restauration du buffet d’orgues considéré comme un des chefs-d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Le Festival Organa s’y déroule chaque année. Le Buffet d’Orgues de la Collégiale Saint-Martin de Saint-Rémy, restauré par le facteur d’orgues Pascal Quoirin en 1983, est considéré comme un chef d’œuvre de la facture contemporaine. Il permet à Jean-Pierre Lecaudey, titulaire des Grandes Orgues et concertiste international, d’organiser tous les étés le Festival Organa qui réunit de juillet à septembre les meilleurs organistes venus du monde entier.


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        Catégorie : Étiquette :

        Adresse

        Adresse

        Boulevard Marceau

        Ville

        Saint-Rémy-de-Provence

        Code postal

        13210

        Geolocalisation


        Description

        The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin, No. 11 on the map Walking along in the shadow of the bell tower behind the church, you pass Jean de Renaud Chapel, one of Provence’s few buildings in the flamboyant Gothic style. Along with the 14th century bell tower, it’s all that remains of the Medieval church, which collapsed in 1818. The church was rebuilt under the Restoration in 1821 by an architect named Penchaud, who also designed the Porte d’Aix in Marseille. Go round to the front of the church to admire its monumental façade, modelled on a Greek temple. This grand composition aimed to symbolise the restored power of both Church and Monarchy, but the aesthetic of the whole is an incongruous combination of a Gothic steeple with a Neoclassical body whose proportions were based on St. Peter’s Basilica. The Collegiate Church of Saint Martin’s pipe organ, restored by organ builder Pascal Quoirin in 1983, is considered one of the masterpieces of contemporary instrument making. This is where the greatest organists come from around the world between July and September every year to join resident organist and international performer Jean-Pierre Lecaudey for the annual Organa Festival.


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