C# trill key

This week’s blog is one from the archives…I think I have a few new followers since this video was originally posted in November 2014. I also look a tad more well-rested… This video is a quick overview of the purpose of the C# trill key, a feature...

New band parents info

For many of you, it is just about time to begin the exciting journey of starting your student on an instrument for beginning band! If you have come to this site looking for information about renting a beginning flute, first of all–welcome! You and your student are...

Composer of the month: Philippe Gaubert

Our composer of the month for May is the illustrious Philippe Gaubert, who was also a respected conductor and flute performer as well as composer of flute music. Considered by some to be a “weekend composer,” he nonetheless wrote several pieces that are still staples...

FAQ: Trials and financing

Closing out our video series on the most frequently asked questions about how to be prepared to try (and hopefully purchase!) a new flute, we’re diving in this week on our trial policy and payment options. We have a great trial policy here at Paige’s Music for...

FAQ: What should I play?

This week in our series on how to be prepared to try new instruments, we’re tackling the question, “What should I play?” Many students walk into the shop and can feel a bit overwhelmed by all of the choices. Don’t fret! My job is to make this...

Music Madness Sale

Paige’s Music News about band and orchestra rentals, sales and service in Indiana It’s time once again for what is probably our favorite time of year here at Paige’s Music and the Indy Flute Shop: our annual Music Madness Sale! Shoot and Save. From...