Noack Organ Company
Fritz Noack began the company in 1960 in Lawrence, Massachusetts. Prior to that he had worked with a number of organ builders in Europe and the United States. He would later move his firm to Andover before moving to Georgetown in 1970.
The company has produced a number of organs throughout the United States, as well building organs in Japan and Iceland.
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By 1970 it was clear that three were pre-eminent--Fisk, Noack, and Andover.
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