Before you visit and links to other websites, you might also like to see information about books and recorded music which relate to flageolets.
There are very few websites about flageolets.
- Philippe Perlot runs the only other website I have found devoted just to the flageolet.
- This site has four pictures, apparently the same as those in Sterling Illustrated Encyclopedia of Musical Instruments:
- “Iconographie de la cornemuse inventaire des representations conservees en France” contains two pages (in French) on the Flageolet, with a very useful facsimile of two pages of Meissonnier’s “Méthod pour le flageolet”:
- The definitive Tin Whistle Site:
- “Elstub” has uploaded the plates from Carse’s Musical Wind Instruments which includes several flageolets:
- Philippe Bolton
- Guido M. Klemisch
- Jean Michel Renard:
- Early Music Shop (see “Antique Instruments” under “Used Instrument Agency”):
- Pamela’s Music:
- Vintage Instruments:
- Hobgoblin (see “Used Instruments”):
- Tony Bingham:
- The Dayton Miller Flute Collection is the largest on-line collection of flageolets. Its website is worth exploring at length:
- The Edinburgh University Collection of Historical Musical Instruments contains a good selection of pictures of Flageolets:
- The Bate Collection in the Ashmolean has several likewise:
- Ditto the Eddy Collection at Duke:
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston:
- The Castle Museum York also has a few instruments:
Other Musical Sites:
- Oddmusic is a site devoted to experimental and otherwise unusual music and musical instruments:
- A good set of links to early music sites.