[Bell Historians] Re: half-pull ringing
richard.offen at H06Jm9zlRuxvyPYwQEyEzbZZQ1a77XOILKekqWJw3Sb39y4B-1UKhe_N7Z4VBC4TzY_tguCtlnPYrfeyRyLn1Pw.yahoo.invalid
Wed Nov 21 14:38:33 GMT 2007
No, because the bells in 4ths and 5ths dodge.
From: ted.steele at KoxBq1bQTVySGOKzKg40XRQbY_ojh_TLapRs6QbfQsNWukQXPax-iSjadmVXC-gJx6zTjyOqVOW_0dXghw.yahoo.invalid [mailto:ted.steele at KoxBq1bQTVySGOKzKg40XRQbY_ojh_TLapRs6QbfQsNWukQXPax-iSjadmVXC-gJx6zTjyOqVOW_0dXghw.yahoo.invalid]
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Subject: Re: [Bell Historians] Re: half-pull ringing
---- Richard Offen <richard.offen at wXJjKkTV_COb8LecVjjeB0nj9YUsAUzrBK71Jbp8qO96VyMzPHw9osc4CVpb559VkcIY82ZrZh4FGBGWHFdZnbNo.yahoo.invalid> wrote:
> --- In bellhistorians at yahoogroups.com, "John Cummins" <murbah at ...>
> > I can remember ringing Double Stedman Doubles many years ago where
> every single place was rung twice and every double place was rung four
> times. Half turns were whole pulls and whole turns comprised four
> blows at lead, two blows in seconds place and then another four blows
> at lead. In hunting in and out every place was a whole pull and of
> course double up for everything in 5ths. John Cummins
> That's called Orpheus Doubles and is rung quite regularly in the UK -
> I've even rung a quarter peal of it!
Unless I'm missing something is this not just a roundabout way of saying
it's rung in whole pulls?
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