The Church of St Eustace is a church in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. With 8,000 pipes, the organ is reputed to be the largest pipe organ in France. The organ originally constructed by P.-A. Ducroquet was powerful enough for the premiere of Hector Berlioz' titanic Te Deum in 1855. The present organ was designed by Jean-Louis Coignet & dates from 1989 when it was almost entirely rebuilt by Dutch firm Van Den Heuvel, retaining a few ranks of pipes from the former organ & the wooden buffet
The Arp Schnitger organ in St. Jacobi Church, Hamburg, (St James' Church), one of the five Hauptkirchen of Hamburg, is a world-famous monument of North-German organ building, & the largest surviving baroque organ in Northern Europe. The St Jacobi organ, sited in the west gallery, has 60 stops (registers) & around 4000 pipes, the oldest of which is from 1512. Over 80% of the pipes are from 1693 or earlier. The case of the organ shows clearly the manual & pedal divisions.
The Kotzschmar Memorial Organ, usually referred to as the Kotzschmar Organ, is a pipe organ located inside the city-owned Merrill Auditorium in Portland, Maine. Built in 1911 by the Austin Organ Co. as Opus 323, it was the second-largest organ in the world at the time, & it remains the largest organ in Maine today.
The Church of Saint Ouen, Rouen contains a large four-manual pipe organ built in 1890 by Aristide Cavaillé-Coll (1811–1899), a French organ builder. He has the reputation of being the most distinguished organ builder of the 19th century. This instrument is considered to be one of the most important organs in France, & is notable for its unusually powerful 32' Contre Bombarde. The organ stands unaltered & thus is one of the few of the master's works to speak with its original voice.