Flageolet

The flageolet is an instrument of the woodwind family, similar to a flute. There is a French form of the instrument, which has four finger holes in the front and two thumb holes in the back; and an English version, with six in the front and one in the back. Though they were in use since the 16th century, they were widely replaced in the late 19th century by the cheaper tin whistle.

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