[Bell Historians] Deadrope Ringing

Chris Pickford c.j.pickford.t21 at kcjgX7nAlRaN-YI0sByIBSPRIqHQsDaR1Z2n_cP9BRCsPybEBIc7_B97Bxn6x7xwBw9XThNCqYCIH71D7RlYUWFsfxez2ig.yahoo.invalid
Tue May 10 14:29:43 BST 2011

The Wiki file highlighted by Steve Powell is useful, but shows the "doctored" version of deadrope ringing WITH a handstroke - and it is really a hybrid or transitional stage between deadrope and modern full-circle ringing (and yes, matching the Tintinnalogia description). 

The rope leaving the wheel at 12 o'clock is a "purer" version of the original form - and does, of course behave differently from the moving image version in the Wiki file

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