Christmas Approacheth!

December 8, 2011

This season, give the gift of music.

Looking for that perfect stocking-stuffer for the music lover in your family? The Leading Note’s gift shelves are fully stocked with new gift items large and small. We have something for everyone, whether it’s a gift for your music teacher or your musical friend.

To start with, the essential Christmas card! It’s still not too late to get them in the mail and we have many different cards available, from Jazz Santa to Christmas Quartet:

On the grander scale we have unique hand crafted artwork by Québecois artist Francine Desbiens. To get a sample of her work visit: Each piece is a beautiful and intricate copper-etched painting of an instrument in a beautiful gilded frame. We have flute, violin, piano, trumpet and trombone prints available. An upscale gift for any music lover!

Next we have the new and very cool Henle puzzles that we blogged about previously. 500 pieces of insight through Mozart or Haydn’s own handwriting! Appropriate for any age and for the whole family.

On the smaller scale we have a variety of music-themed coffee cups and travel mugs. New this year we have the musical canteen. This is the perfect gift for the music student on the go. It is available in red, green or blue and each one comes with two possible caps. A steal of a deal!

In the home decor line we have a new votive candle and  picture frames in a variety of musical styles .

It may not be a toy, but it’s certainly something we all use to play music! The beautiful Wittner Maelzel Metronomes make a wonderful gift for any musician. This table-top metronome will command your rhythm and your attention all at the same time. We have three sizes and three available colours.

Stocking Stuffers!!

And as usual, we continue to stock all kinds of great stocking stuffers! Here’s a short, and by no means complete, list of my personal favourites:



And if there’s nothing here that seems just right, we also offer Gift Certificates for any denomination. Our gift certificates never expire and the recipient is sure to receive something they will truly enjoy.


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