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George Bozeman Jr. (Organbuilder) View Extant Instruments View Instruments

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Lowell, Massachusetts 1972-76; Deerfield, New Hampshire 1976-2006.
Classification: Builder

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May 07, 2018:

From the OHS Database Builders editor, March 29, 2016 —

George Bozeman Jr. is an organist and organbuilder. He studied organ at North Texas University, 1955-1959, and with Joseph Mertin and Anton Heiller at the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria, 1967-68 on a Fulbright grant. He apprenticed with Otto Hofmann of Austin, Texas, 1959-1961; and was with Joseph E. Blanton, 1961-1964; with Robert L. Sipe of Dallas, Texas, 1964-1967; and with Noack Organ Co. of Andover, Massachusetts , then Georgetown, Massachusetts , 1968-1971. He established his own firm styled George Bozeman, Jr., Organbuilder, in 1971. He was a partner with David V. Gibson in Bozeman-Gibson of Lowell, Massachusetts , 1972-1982; which relocated to Deerfield, New Hampshire, in 1976. Bozeman established George Bozeman, Jr., & Co., Organbuilders, Inc. 1982; he retired circa 2006.

Sources:

  • George Bozeman Jr.
  • Letter to David H. Fox.
  • Uwe Pape, The Tracker Organ Revival in America, (Berlin: Pape Verlag, 1978) 412.
  • Organ Handbook 1989 (Richmond, Va.: Organ Historical Society), 89.
  • Stephen Pinel.
  • The American Organist, January 1983 (New York: American Guild of Organists), 38.

We received the most recent update for this note from Database Manager on October 15, 2019.

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