The Cathedral is famous for its pipe organ. Several instruments have been installed there.
The current instrument replaces the 1964 organ transferred to the church of Bellevue during the works conducted in 1976. The episode of the organ relocation caused much ink to flow. The original organ left at Bellevue is deemed to be of better quality than the new acquisition. Faced with the difficulties of an adequate transport for the rerouting, both parishes agreed on a new purchase for the Cathedral.
This organ was inaugurated in May 1982 under the honorary presidency of Mgr. Marie-Sainte, Father Huré and Reverend Father Méranville, then parish priest of the Cathedral.
It has 39 stops and 3 manual keyboards. We long to hear it resound again.