“The Flageolet Family” describes and illustrates the various instruments which have been called "flageolets".
“'Flageolets'-Towards a Definition” looks if a simple definition can be reached for this term.
“The Flageolet Enigma” asks why flageolets are so little studied and what can be done to revive their playing.
“The Flageolet in Pepys' Diary” gives excerpts from the famous diary relating to the flageolet.
Flageolet-related Crimes is a quick survey of Old Bailey cases involving flageolets from 1722 to 1890.
William Bainbridge’s Will: transcribed and edited.
Some thoughts on comparing the French flageolet to other instruments.
“Le Flageolet” is a satirical article published in the French magazine “L'Illustration” in 1902 to accompany an engraving of a pastel by Georges Charlet (original French and English translation).
“On Flageolets” is an article originally published by John Parry in 1830.
Bainbridge v Wigley is a report and modern discussion of the case of Bainbridge v Wigley (1810) 1 Carp Pat Cas 270.
Bainbridge v Unknown is a light-hearted report of a case involving Bainbridge from 1817.
Bainbridge v Briggs is a report and modern discussion of the case of Reg. Lib. A. 1814. fol. 1536.