Papers
29-30 November 2018 - The Early Pedal Harp: Developing a Common Descriptive Language.  International Workshop - ‘The Early Pedal Harp as a Museum Artefact: Research–Conservation–Presentation’, Alter Seminarraum, Research Institute for the History of Science and Technology, Deutsches Museum, Munich. website - https://earlypedalharp.wordpress.com

22 January 2018 - Jacob Erat’s harp manufactories: repurposing town houses in late Georgian London, Cass Research Seminar, 'Networks of making and habitation, the lives and works of Giuseppe Naldi and Jacob Erat' (Lewis Jones and Mike Baldwin) 

Finding my Voice, in Special Children Magazine, issue 235, April-June 2017, pp.29-31

Mike Baldwin, Robert Bruce Armstrong's Irish and Highland Harps, in The Time Traveller Magazine, 2nd edition, March-May 2017

28 May 2016 - The Employees of the Late-Georgian Harp Makers (or Thieves, Drunks, and Drowners of Dogs). Made in London Conference, London Metropolitan University

27-30 September 2015 - Robert Willis and innovation in harp design - The Galpin Society Conference, in association with the Institute of Acoustics - University of Cambridge

26 November 2014 - The early nineteenth-century, London-made ‘Grecian’ Harp, The Gilding and Decorative Surfaces Group, Institute of Conservation (ICON) Annual General Meeting, keynote ​

8 October 2014 - The ‘Grecian’ Harp: Ornamentation, Decoration and Architectural Monumentality - PhD student symposium - London Metropolitan University, The CASS Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design

21 May 2014 - Erat’s harp manufactory at 23 Berners Street (1821-1826): workshop organisation in a Georgian town house -  PhD student symposium - London Metropolitan University, The CASS Faculty of Art, Architecture and Design

11-12 September 2013 - Consuming the Harp in late Georgian England: Products, Services and Customers of the Erat Manufactory, 1821-1824 - Georgian Pleasures Conference - Bath Spa University (Centre for Musical Research and Centre for History and Culture), The Hoburne Museum, Bath

25-29 July 2013 - Patents, Politics and Personalities: the Mechanisation of the Harp 1794-1845 - Musical Instruments- History, Science and Culture Conference, co-hosted by The Bate Collection and The Galpin Society in association with "Making the Tudor Viol" (University of Huddersfield, supported by the AHRC) & CIMCIM (Comité International des Musées et Collections d'Instruments de Musique) - University of Oxford
M Baldwin, The Inventor of the Double-action Harp with Fourchettes: Groll versus Erard, FOMHRI, no. 79, April 1995, pp. 29-34.  https://www.fomrhi.org/uploads/bulletins/Fomrhi-079.pdf
Mike Baldwin : Organologist : Historian : Researcher : Writer : Harp maker : Restorer