Season with salt, pepper, tarragon vinegar and olive oil, and garnish with beets and flageolet beans.
And so to his flageolet again, finding a consolation in the sweetness of his own performance.
He waved away the glass of wine handed to him by the flageolet, and bowed his head.
He took his flageolet from his pocket and played a simple melody.
They have two wind instruments, one resembling a flageolet, and another a bugle.
He plays like Apollo on the flageolet, and like Apollo is self-taught.
This fingering has survived in the French flageolet still used in the provinces of France in small orchestras and for dance music.
There were three little fiddles, one big one, a flageolet, and a bassoon.
The use of the flageolet was to drown the noise of the filing; for when one filed, the other piped.
The band consisted of a fiddle, a clarionet, and a flageolet from the Blind Asylum.