[Bell Historians] Half-pull Ringing

Andrew Aspland aaspland at HhXZeG2ruLYuUajhmVhrfkFJbAvAJDwrVzt4FIg_Ti-nSeO7DXohvTrk1uPREoeVJ8gmOwMTDNKtZzoZvAM.yahoo.invalid
Sat Nov 17 18:34:55 GMT 2007

Because the series of books finishes with the eighteenth century and I am
asking about the early twentieth century AND surely the whole point of
studying history is that there is not always one definitive answer.
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[mailto:bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com]On Behalf Of Richard Offen
  Sent: 16 November 2007 12:41
  To: bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com
  Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Half-pull Ringing

  Why do we need to theorise when the history of the development of
  change ringing is so very well told by John Eisel and the late Bill
  Cook in Volume 1 of "Change Ringing History: The History of an English
  Art" (CCBR Publication)?


  > An interesting thread.
  > I wonder if changing at one stroke only had application where full
  > wheels were not present.
  > getting a bell 3/4 up and controlling it on a leaver results in a hand
  > stroke but no back stroke.

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