The OHS Pipe Organ Database

BuilderID 1057

Builder Identification

Troy, New York, from 1977.

Additional Notes

  • From the OHS PC Database, derived from A Guide to North American Organbuilders, revised edition, by David H. Fox (Organ Historical Society, 1997). —

    Formerly Paul D. Carey, Organbuilder; the new company was established by Paul D. Carey in Troy, New York, 1977; and was still active in 1988.

    Staff: Mark A. Lanoue; Charles Martz; Peter D. O'Heran; Lynn Swank; Lynn D. Swank; Keith B. Williams.

    Source(s):

    • Stephen Pinel.
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  • From the OHS Database Builders Listing editor, November 26, 2016. —

    Paul Carey established his firm as Paul Carey, Organ Builder in Troy, New York in 1965. The firm started out in a garage located on a side street. The firm moved to the present location, a two story, brick structure in the south end in 1977. The firm incorporated in January of the same year, as Carey Organ Co. As of November 2016, the company has five full time employees.

    The firm is a full service organbuilder, building all new instruments, as well as doing rebuild and restoration work, tonal revisions, and additions. All voicing is done in-house, both for reeds and flues.

    The firm also performs routine maintenance, and tuning, and provides service for emergency situations. They service over 100 instruments in the Northeastern United States.

    Source:

    • Carey Organ Co., http://www.careyorgan.com/History.html, Accesses 26 November, 2016.
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Database Entries

There are 37 entries in the database that describe organs by Carey Organ Co.


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