Here at Baxter, we predict that Frozen will sweep The Oscars tomorrow night. The Frozen songbooks (both regular and easy piano versions) have been selling out weekly! We have both versions in stock as well as the single sheet for “Let It Go”, nominated for Best Song.
Taking music lessons at Baxter is easy and fun. We have over 300 students and 30 teachers in our music school, and offer private instruction on just about every instrument.
Above: Bridget practices “The Rainbow Connection” during her Saturday flute lesson with instructor Satsuki Innami.
Extremely clean, vintage Yamaha 62 soprano sax. Case is also in excellent condition and included.
Made before 1990, and in like-new condition.
This Yamaha model is considered by some to be the best soprano the company ever made. They rarely show up, especially in this condition.
Better hurry! $2495.00
Taking music lessons at Baxter is a great way to begin 2014. We have over 300 students and 30 teachers in our music school, and offer private instruction on just about every instrument seven days a week.
Above: Instructor Matt Lake details the finer points of jazz guitar to student Enzo.
Baxter will be open for business New Year’s Eve from 11am to 5pm.
Closed New Year’s Day.
Regular hours (11am-8pm) resume Thursday, January 2nd.
Happy New Year!
The classic you remember from elementary school is just as lovely today as it was back then. Autoharps make great gifts, are easy to play and fun for family gatherings.
Oscar Schmidt 21-chord autoharps: $349.95 and $399.95
Channel your inner June Carter and take one home today.
We also sell finger picks, autoharp tuning wrenches and cases.
Come check out our selection of ukuleles! We have fantastic soprano Sunlites for $49.95 (our bestseller), kids ukes in fun colors for just $29.95, and very special models with mother-of-pearl inlay and electronic pick-ups. Tenor, baritone and concert sizes available.
We also have ukulele strings, cases, stands, wall hangers, capos, songbooks, and how-to-play books for your friends who might already have a uke they love.
This is probably the nicest Mark VI alto that we’ve had here at Baxter in 20 years. Five-digit, 88,000, beautiful original finish in like-new condition. More importantly, it’s an amazing player and a rare find.
Longtime Baxter Northup Music School woodwind teacher Brian Walsh performed at Carnegie Hall last week with the new music ensemble Gnarwhallaby. Click here to read the New York Times review of the concert.