Noack Organ

Noack Tracker Organ in Slosberg Recital Hall

In the fall of 1967 the Baroque style organ built by Fritz Noack of the Noack Organ Company of Georgetown, MA. was dedicated with a concert featuring organist Anthony Newman, with faculty member Robert Koff , violinist and director of the Brandeis University Chamber Orchestra.  The organ was commissioned by the Aber D. Unger Foundation specifically for the Slosberg Recital Hall.

The Noack is a tracker action instrument with the following stops:

GREAT
8´ Principal
8´ Chimney Flute      
4´ Octave
2´ Nachthorn
II  Sesquialtera
IV Mixture

SWELL
8´    Gedackt
4´    Koppelfloete      
2´    Principal
1⅓´ Quinte
III    Cymbal
8´    Schalmey
        Tremolo

PEDAL
16´ Subbass
8´   Open Bass
4´   Quinatadena  
IV   Mixture
16´ Bassoon


Recitalists on the Noack have included Gustav Leonhardt, Marie-Claire Alain and Anthony Newman.  The instrument is available for lessons and practice, and is often used to accompany the University Chorus and Chamber Singers.

Noack Organ