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!Strike (software)V4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
120s of Grandsire DoublesV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
2-3 positionV1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
240s of Grandsire DoublesV4 p7February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
AntelopeV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
AbelV2 p47October 2003Simulators
actors, rapid learnersV1 p54August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
adjusting rope lengthV2 p29January 2003The long and short of it
after bellV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
age and learningV1 p48May 2001Older learners
age and learningV1 p54August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
annulus, methods drawn onV2 p15June 2002Visualising methods
anti cat’s earsV4 p30February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
assumptionsV3 p18August 2004What if …?
asymmetric swing when chimingV2 p17July 2002Chiming
Aunt SallyV1 p15November 1999Something for everyone
Aunt SallyV1 p17December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
backstrokes onlyV2 p45September 2003Perfection versus holism
backward huntingV3 p47October 2005Helpful bits of structure
bad habitsV1 p25April 2000Over the top
balance, need forV1 p41January 2001Doing it with style
balance, theV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
Bastow MinimusV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
BastowV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
BBC B computer used as simulatorV2 p47October 2003Simulators
beat, settingV1 p21February 2000Turning in the Tenor
Before (calling position)V2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Before, call at, effect on coursing orderV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
bell as an instrumentV3 p24November 2004Know your instrument – 1
bell controlV4 p46October 2007Getting it together
Bell handlingV1 p16December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
Bell handlingV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
Bell Handling, One Way to TeachV4 p37May 2007Up and down
bell weight, effect on ringingV2 p12May 2002Does size matter?
Bellringing by InstalmentsV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
big wheel, effect on ringingV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
blocked practiceV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
Blocks, how many to come roundV2 p35April 2003Mother of invention
blue line division into partsV4 p38June 2007Pieces of eight?
blue line Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV4 p35April 2007Double Norwich
blue line drawn left to rightV2 p15June 2002Visualising methods
blue line drawn lying downV2 p15June 2002Visualising methods
blue line pattern inV4 p44September 2007Knowing your place
blue lineV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
blue lineV2 p14June 2002Visualising methods
blue lineV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
bob courseV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Bob Doubles, callingV2 p30February 2003Go … again
boxes, need forV2 p29January 2003The long and short of it
Bristol Surprise Major coursing orderV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
Bristol Surprise Major,V4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
Bristol Surprise SixteenV3 p43August 2005Grids
Bristol SurpriseV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Bristol, bob courseV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
building blocks, learning a methodV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
building blocks, learning a methodV4 p11April 2006Learning all eleven
Call changes callingV2 p25November 2002Go …
Call changes different calling stylesV1 p35October 2000Call changes
Call changes why ring?V1 p34October 2000Call changes
call, where to callV2 p24November 2002Go …
calling OriginalV3 p17July 2004Something original
calling position confusion in Stedman DoublesV4 p31February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
calling positionV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
calling roundV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
calling up?V1 p35October 2000Call changes
callingV2 p24November 2002Go …
callingV2 p30February 2003Go … again
calls and place bellsV4 p44September 2007Knowing your place
calling Double OxfordV4 p23October 2006Double Oxford
calls in GrandsireV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
calls in handbell ringingV1 p47April 2001Ringing methods in hand – 4
Cambridge Surprise MajorV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
Cambridge Surprise MaximusV4 p32March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
Cambridge Surprise MinorV3 p42August 2005Grids
Cambridge Surprise SixteenV3 p43August 2005Grids
Cambridge SurpriseV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
camcorderV1 p53July 2001Learning the ropes
cat’s earsV4 p30February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
CDs for learningV4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
Central Council Methods CollectionV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
Central Council websiteV3 p51December 2005Is there another way?
check list for ringing achievementV1 p41January 2001Doing it with style
checking and pullingV1 p20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
checking and pullingV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
checking and pullingV4 p36May 2007Up and down
checking for mistakesV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
checking safetyV3 p18August 2004What if …?
checking with coursing orderV3 p5January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
chiming effect of bell sizeV2 p17July 2002Chiming
chiming exerciseV2 p17July 2002Chiming
chimingV2 p16July 2002Chiming
clapper effect of tyingV2 p47October 2003Simulators
clapper uncertain position when chimingV2 p16July 2002Chiming
cognition, effect on learningV2 p41July 2003Motor learning
coil adjustingV2 p21September 2002More about coils
coil releasingV2 p21September 2002More about coils
coil makingV2 p18August 2002Coils and things
coil releasingV2 p20September 2002More about coils
coil when to makeV2 p20September 2002More about coils
collapsing touchesV1 p62December 2001Collapsing touches
colour code used for leadsV2 p15June 2002Visualising methods
comfort, importance ofV3 p33March 2005Once more with feeling
composition coursing order sign postsV3 p6February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
composition music inV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
conducting and coursing orderV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
conducting and coursing orderV3 p6February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
conducting Grandsire DoublesV4 p4January 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 1
conducting Grandsire DoublesV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
conducting GrandsireV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
conducting Plain BobV3 p6February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
conducting quarter pealsV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
conductingV2 p30February 2003Go … again
conductor lostV2 p31February 2003Go … again
conductor responsibilitiesV2 p24November 2002Go …
conductor responsibilitiesV2 p30February 2003Go … again
confidence, from ringing with simulatorV2 p47October 2003Simulators
confusion of speed and positionV2 p19August 2002Coils and things
control and rope lengthV2 p28January 2003The long and short of it
counter correctionsV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
counting blowsV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
counting placesV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
course bellV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
course bellp33March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
course bells, working together in Yorkshire SurpriseV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
course longV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
course shortV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
coursing order conductingV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
coursing order correcting slipsV3 p5January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
coursing order explainedV3 p30February 2005Ringing and numbers
coursing order from roundsV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
coursing order in different methodsV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
coursing order in GrandsireV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
coursing order to work out who does whatV3 p5January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
coursing orderV4 p4January 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 1
coursing orderV4 p33March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
coursing pairV1 p42February 2001Ringing methods in hand – 1
coursing positions on higher numbersV1 p45March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
coverV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
cyclic variations of a touchV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
cylinders, not firing on allV2 p5January 2002Hands and arms
dash for bob in touchesV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
deep end, thrown inV1 p10September 1999Small steps
delayed actionV1 p59October 2001Ringers and musicians
developersV1 p4June 1999Welcome to The Learning Curve & Raising and lowering in peal – from scratch
DiagramsV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
dithering clapperV2 p16July 2002Chiming
dodge at different strokesV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
dodge over or under sizedV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
dodge when toV1 p12October 1999Guided by the Treble
dodge where toV1 p12October 1999Guided by the Treble
dodgeV1 p10September 1999Small steps
doing v knowing what to doV3 p34April 2005Knowing and doing
Double-handed ringing loweringV2 p21September 2002More about coils
Double-handed ringingV1 p30July 2000Double handed ringing
Double BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
beyond Plain BobV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
Double BobV3 p15June 2004Minimus is good for you
Double Court Bob MinorV4 p34April 2007Double Norwich
Double Court Bob MinorV4 p38June 2007Pieces of eight?
double methodV1 p26May 2000Something a little different
double methodV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
double methodV4 p22October 2006Double Oxford
Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV3 p47October 2005Helpful bits of structure
Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV4 p34April 2007Double Norwich
Double Oxford Bob MinorV3 p10April 2004Place notation
Double Oxford BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
Double Oxford BobV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
Double Oxford BobV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Double Oxford BobV4 p22October 2006Double Oxford
DragonV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
draught, effect of long and shortV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
drawn rope, effect ofV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
drifting apartV3 p13May 2004Steady as she goes
drifting out of placeV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
driftingV2 p37May 2003Speed
dropping bell cause and avoidanceV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
dropping bellV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
dropping bellV4 p8March 2006Know your instrument – 3
releasing coilsV2 p21September 2002More about coils
effort, when to applyV4 p36May 2007Up and down
eighth peal?V1 p17December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
eleganceV3 p42August 2005Grids
eleven Minimus methodsV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
emotion and effect on learningV2 p41July 2003Motor learning
empathyV1 p55August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
ErinV1 p18January 2000Principles
errorsV1 p57September 2001To move or not to move?
exercise, hand ringV1 p17December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
expectation of what the bell will doV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
falsenessV2 p49November 2003More invention
fast learnersV1 p10September 1999Small steps
fault, in judgingV4 p16July 2006Judging
feedback, lack ofV1 p25April 2000Over the top
feedback, lack ofV1 p37November 2000Back seat drivers
feeling and rope lengthV2 p28January 2003The long and short of it
feeling v pullingV1 p61November 2001Fighting the bell
feeling what the bell is doingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
feeling what the bell is doingV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
feeling what the bell is doingV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
feeling what the bell is doingV4 p46October 2007Getting it together
feeling where you areV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
field of viewV4 p42August 2007Ropesight
Fifths (calling position)V2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
fighting the bellV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
fighting the bellV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
fighting the bellV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
fingers through ropeV3 p19August 2004What if …?
fitting in when leadingV2 p32March 2003Leading
force exerted by bellV4 p8March 2006Know your instrument – 3
forgot where you are, what to doV1 p13October 1999Guided by the Treble
four-stroke cycleV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
four-stroke cycleV4 p36May 2007Up and down
four bell rhythmV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
fourth place bobsV3 p16July 2004Something original
Fourths (calling position)V2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
full reach, comfortableV1 p41January 2001Doing it with style
garter hole position, effect on rope movementV4 p41July 2007Rope movement
gear changesV2 p10April 2002Observation
getting lost in call changesV2 p25November 2002Go …
Grandsire calls inV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
Grandsire Caters touchV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
Grandsire CatersV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
Grandsire coursing orders inV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Grandsire Doubles touchV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Grandsire Doubles touchV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
Grandsire DoublesV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Grandsire DoublesV4 p4January 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 1
Grandsire DoublesV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
Grandsire how it worksV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
Grandsire Triples touchV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Grandsire Triples touchV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Grandsire Triples touchV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
Grandsire TriplesV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Grandsire TriplesV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Grandsire TriplesV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
Grandsire v Plain BobV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Grandsire why learnV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
GrandsireV2 p8March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
GrandsireV2 p27December 2002Muscle memory and flying
GrandsireV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
GrandsireV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
gridV3 p10April 2004Place notation
gridV3 p42August 2005Grids
hand and back, to help keep right imbalance betweenV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
hand and back, to help keep right speed differenceV2 p27December 2002Muscle memory and flying
hand and back, to help keep rightV1 p39December 2000Knowing where you are
hand movement, verticalV1 p16December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
hand movement, verticalV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
hand ring exerciseV1 p17December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
handbell ringingV1 p42February 2001Ringing methods in hand – 1
handbell ringingV1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
handbell ringingV1 p46April 2001Ringing methods in hand – 4
handbell ringingV3 p41July 2005Listen to the music
handling and feeling the bellV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
handling and rope lengthV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
handling and springy ropesV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
handling and unsteady rhythmV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
handling dropping bell problemsV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
heavy bell ringingV2 p12May 2002Does size matter?
holism v perfectionV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
Home (calling position) effect on coursing orderV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
Home (calling position)V2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
hunt bell, effect ofV4 p22October 2006Double Oxford
hunting backwardsV3 p47October 2005Helpful bits of structure
hunting learningV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
hunting learningV4 p26December 2006Learning to hunt
hunting of engineV2 p10April 2002Observation
hunting rhythmV2 p37May 2003Speed
hunting small steps in learningV1 p11September 1999Small steps
hymn sheets, singing from the sameV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
interesting features of methodsV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
interpersonal effects on learningV2 p41July 2003Motor learning
Isle Of Man (mnemonic)V2 p30February 2003Go … again
jargonV1 p8August 1999It’s all double Dutch
judging competitionsV4 p16July 2006Judging
Kaleidoscope RingingV3 p35April 2005Knowing and doing
Kaleidoscope RingingV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Kent Treble Bob ‘I can’t ring’V2 p6February 2002Intermediate methods
Kent Treble Bob bob courseV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Kent Treble BobV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
Kent Treble BobV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
knock-on effects of movingV1 p56September 2001To move or not to move?
knowing where you areV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
labelled blocks in touchesV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
large wheel, effects ofV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
lead & dodgeV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
lead number in touch notationV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
lead, repeatingV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
leading or followingV2 p32March 2003Leading
leading static & dynamicV2 p33March 2003Leading
leading up and downV3 p38June 2005Taking the lead
leadingV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
leadingV2 p32March 2003Leading
leads, colour codedV2 p15June 2002Visualising methods
learners and staysV1 p24April 2000Over the top
learners lifelongV1 p4June 1999Welcome to The Learning Curve & Raising and lowering in peal – from scratch
learning curve, accelerationV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
Learning MethodsV3 p27December 2004All roads lead to Rome
learning motor skillsV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
learning sequential v non-sequentialV3 p26December 2004All roads lead to Rome
learning style ofV3 p27December 2004All roads lead to Rome
length adjustmentV2 p29January 2003The long and short of it
length of ropeV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
length of ropep29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
Lessness Surprise MajorV4 p48November 2007More or less?
Lichfield Diocesan Mobile BelfryV1 p22March 2000Small is beautiful
light bells, ringingV2 p12May 2002Does size matter?
lightning work in BristolV4 p15June 2006More helpful structure
Lincolnshire Surprise MajorV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
Listen to Ringing (CD)V4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
listening exercisesV4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
listening to musicV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
listening when leadingV2 p33March 2003Leading
listeningV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
listeningV4 p28January 2007Ears to hear
listeningV4 p46October 2007Getting it together
Little Bob Major touchV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Little Bob MajorV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Little Bob MinorV4 p39June 2007Pieces of eight?
Little Bob relation to Plain BobV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
Little Bob structure of MajorV2 p51December 2003It depends how you look at it
Little BobV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
Little BobV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
Little BobV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Liverpool Cathedral TenorV2 p12May 2002Does size matter?
London Surprise MajorV3 p47October 2005Helpful bits of structure
long courseV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
long draught, effect ofV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
long pullV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
long pullp20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
long ropesV2 p29January 2003The long and short of it
looking at other ringersV4 p19August 2006Eyes down for a full house
looking at sallyV4 p18August 2006Eyes down for a full house
looking downV4 p19August 2006Eyes down for a full house
looking in wrong directionV2 p11April 2002Observation
looking upV4 p18August 2006Eyes down for a full house
loose clothing itemsV3 p18August 2004What if …?
lowering double handedV2 p21September 2002More about coils
lowering without coilsV2 p19August 2002Coils and things
Major callingV4 p24November 2006Calling quarter peals
Major quarter peal compositionV3 p6February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Major quarter pealV4 p24November 2006Calling quarter peals
Major touchV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Major touchV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
Major touchV2 p48November 2003More invention
manoeuvrabilityV1 p57September 2001To move or not to move?
manoeuvrabilityV2 p37May 2003Speed
manoeuvringV2 p10April 2002Observation
manoeuvringV2 p26December 2002Muscle memory and flying
Manual of Bell ControlV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
method topics band not interestedV1 p15November 1999Something for everyone
method topics dead end?V1 p14November 1999Something for everyone
method topics doubleV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
method topics doubleV4 p22October 2006Double Oxford
method topics interesting featuresV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
method topics intermediateV2 p6February 2002Intermediate methods
method topics learningV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
method topics mix and matchV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
method topics relations betweenV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
method topics reverseV1 p26May 2000Something a little different
method topics reverseV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
method topics rules for ringingV4 p35April 2007Double Norwich
method topics specialV1 p14November 1999Something for everyone
method topics structureV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
method topics structureV3 p10April 2004Place notation
method topics structureV3 p27December 2004All roads lead to Rome
method topics structureV4 p32March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
method topics structureV4 p39June 2007Pieces of eight?
method topics visualisingV2 p14June 2002Visualising methods
method topics which to learnV1 p14November 1999Something for everyone
method topicsprinting V4 p49November 2007More or less?
Middle (calling position)V2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Middle definitionV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Middle effect on coursing orderV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
Mindinho-le-TowerV1 p23March 2000Small is beautiful
mini ring problems to avoidV1 p23March 2000Small is beautiful
mini ringV1 p22March 2000Small is beautiful
Minimus benefitsV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
Minimus benefitsV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Minimus method definitionsV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
Minimus, allV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
Minor touchV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Minor touchV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
Minor touchV2 p48November 2003More invention
misleading visual cuesV2 p33March 2003Leading
mistakes correcting by place bellsV4 p45September 2007Knowing your place
mistakes survivingV1 p62December 2001Collapsing touches
Morgan, RobinV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
motivation effect on learningV2 p41July 2003Motor learning
motivationV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
motor LearningV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
motor programV2 p45September 2003Perfection versus holism
motor skillV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
movement of ropeV4 p40July 2007Rope movement
moving out of the wayV1 p56September 2001To move or not to move?
multi part touchesV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Murphy’s law applied to conductingV3 p5January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
muscle memoryV2 p26December 2002Muscle memory and flying
music in compositionV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
music in ringingV1 p59October 2001Ringers and musicians
music in ringingV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
music in ringingV3 p40July 2005Listen to the music
music in ringingV4 p23October 2006Double Oxford
music listening toV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
musicians and ringersV1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
natural fibre ropes, effectV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
navigatingV2 p11April 2002Observation
nesting touchesV4 p7February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
Network for Ringing TrainingV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
Network for Ringing Trainingp44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
neural networkV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
Norwich Surprise MinorV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Norwich Surprise MinorV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
Norwich Surprise MinorV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
not firing on all cylindersV2 p5January 2002Hands and arms
notation of touchesV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
notation of touchesV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
numbers of bells in towersV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
numbers, ringing byV3 p30February 2005Ringing and numbers
observation bellV4 p5January 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 1
observation importance ofV2 p10April 2002Observation
observationV2 p30February 2003Go … again
odd strucknessV3 p24November 2004Know your instrument – 1
older learnersV1 p48May 2001Older learners
older learnersp54August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
one handed ringingV2 p5January 2002Hands and arms
One Way to Teach Bell HandlingV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
One Way to Teach Bell HandlingV4 p37May 2007Up and down
open door in ringingV1 p15November 1999Something for everyone
open handstroke lead rhythm effect of number of bellsV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
open handstroke lead rhythm effect of rope weightV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
open handstroke lead rhythmV2 p32March 2003Leading
opposites positionV1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
order of the workV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
OriginalV3 p16July 2004Something original
over correctionV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
over workingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
overpulling a littleV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
overshooting when huntingV2 p11April 2002Observation
Oxford Treble BobV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
padding courses in touchesV2 p48November 2003More invention
pairs, working inV3 p47October 2005Helpful bits of structure
panicV2 p11April 2002Observation
partner bellsV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
pattern of huntingV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
Penney, PipV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
perfect ringing, how accurateV4 p28January 2007Ears to hear
perfectionV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
performance in publicV1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
performanceV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
physical effortV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
pictures v words, learning methodsV3 p26December 2004All roads lead to Rome
Pig-le-TowerV1 p23March 2000Small is beautiful
PinkV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
place bell learningV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
place bell orderV4 p48November 2007More or less?
place bellV4 p38June 2007Pieces of eight?
place bellp44September 2007Knowing your place
place notationV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
place notationV3 p10April 2004Place notation
place, sense ofV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
places countingV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
Plain Bob calls inV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
Plain Bob DoublesV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
Plain Bob DoublesV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
Plain Bob DoublesV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Plain Bob MajorV3 p40July 2005Listen to the music
Plain Bob MajorV4 p24November 2006Calling quarter peals
Plain Bob MinimusV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Plain Bob MinorV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
Plain Bob MinorV2 p48November 2003More invention
Plain BobV1 p13October 1999Guided by the Treble
Plain BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
Plain BobV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Plain hunt structureV2 p14June 2002Visualising methods
plateaux in learningV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
poise when ringingV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
position ‘2-3’V1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
position ‘3-4’V1 p45March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
position coursingV1 p42February 2001Ringing methods in hand – 1
position oppositesV1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
positive acceleration learning curveV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
practising aloneV1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
predicting what the bell will doV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
principleV1 p18January 2000Principles
principleV3 p16July 2004Something original
Pudsey Surprise MajorV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
pull and checkV1 p20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
pull, longV1 p61November 2001Fighting the bell
pulling before the topV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
pulling before the topV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
pulling before the topV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
pulling too soonV2 p10April 2002Observation
pulling v checkingV4 p36May 2007Up and down
qualifications, lack ofV1 p59October 2001Ringers and musicians
quality, conductor’s responsibilityV2 p30February 2003Go … again
Quarter 500V4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
Quarter Peal Compositions, Collection ofV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
quarter peal, advantagesV1 p17December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
quarter peals callingV4 p24November 2006Calling quarter peals
quarter pealsV4 p12May 2006Quarters are good for you
QueensV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
quicker or sooner?V2 p19August 2002Coils and things
Raising & lowering in pealV1 p5June 1999Welcome to The Learning Curve & Raising and lowering in peal – from scratch
Raising & lowering in pealV3 p39June 2005Taking the lead
raising and loweringV3 p39June 2005Taking the lead
randomised practiceV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
Red Arrows compared to ringersV2 p26December 2002Muscle memory and flying
Red LineV2 p14June 2002Visualising methods
relations between methodsV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
correct grip, importanceV3 p33March 2005Once more with feeling
repeating leadV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
repetition in touchesV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
research into learningV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
Reverse BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
Reverse BobV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
Reverse BobV3 p15June 2004Minimus is good for you
Reverse CanterburyV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
reverse methodsV1 p26May 2000Something a little different
reverse methodsV4 p10April 2006Learning all eleven
rhythm ‘feeling’ the next blowV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
rhythm ‘last minute’ habitsV3 p35April 2005Knowing and doing
rhythm effect of open handstrokeV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
rhythm feelingV1 p38December 2000Knowing where you are
rhythm filling in missing soundsV3 p38June 2005Taking the lead
rhythm good strikingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
rhythm odd struck bellV3 p25November 2004Know your instrument – 1
rhythm of huntingV3 p34April 2005Knowing and doing
rhythm open handstrokeV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
rhythm open handstrokeV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
rhythm speedV3 p20September 2004How fast should we go?
rhythm trustingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
rhythmV3 p48November 2005I got rhythm
rhythmV4 p46October 2007Getting it together
rhythmic ringingV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
rhythmic ringingV3 p21September 2004How fast should we go?
right place methodV1 p39December 2000Knowing where you are
right speedV1 p50June 2001Setting the pace
Ringers’ HandbookV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
ringers and musiciansV1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
Ringers Manual of ReferenceV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
ringing by numbersV3 p30February 2005Ringing and numbers
ringing from different levels in the tower ‘Nothing new under the sun’V2 p47October 2003Simulators
ringing in front of the bell behindV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
ringing methods in handV1 p42February 2001Ringing methods in hand – 1
ringing methods in handV1 p44March 2001Ringing methods in hand – 2 and 3
ringing methods in handV1 p46April 2001Ringing methods in hand – 4
Ringing SkillsV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
Ringing SkillsV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
Ringing SkillsV3 p48November 2005I got rhythm
Ringing SkillsV4 p19August 2006Eyes down for a full house
Ringing SkillsV4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
Ringing SkillsV4 p43August 2007Ropesight
Ringing SkillsV4 p46October 2007Getting it together
Ringing World Diary, TheV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
Ringing World Diary, TheV4 p24November 2006Calling quarter peals
Ringing World Diary, TheV4 p31February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
Ringing World Diary, TheV4 p48November 2007More or less?
Ringing World, TheV3 p29January 2005Know your instrument – 2
Ringing World, TheV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
roll upsV2 p23October 2002Music to the ears
roll upsV3 p40July 2005Listen to the music
Roller coasterV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
rope-following adverse effects ofV3 p35April 2005Knowing and doing
rope-following adverse effects ofV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
rope being taken up byV3 p8March 2004When things go wrong
rope breakingV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope clothing caught inV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope correct lengthV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
rope effect of length on speedV3 p21September 2004How fast should we go?
rope effect of weightV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
rope effect of weightV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
rope effect of wheel sizeV4 p41July 2007Rope movement
rope falling on shouldersV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope fat sally stickingV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope handlingV3 p32March 2005Once more with feeling
rope length wrongV2 p11April 2002Observation
rope lengthV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
rope lengthV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
rope lengthV2 p28January 2003The long and short of it
rope lengthening & shorteningV1 p41January 2001Doing it with style
rope masteringV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
rope need to vary lengthV3 p33March 2005Once more with feeling
rope newV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
rope relationship to soundV3 p24November 2004Know your instrument – 1
rope round elbowV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope slackV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
rope slipping wheelV3 p19August 2004What if …?
rope speed differenceV3 p39June 2005Taking the lead
rope speed varyingV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
rope speedV4 p40July 2007Rope movement
rope springyV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
rope springyV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
rope sticking when ringingV3 p33March 2005Once more with feeling
rope stiffV3 p29January 2005Know your instrument – 2
rope too shortV2 p10April 2002Observation
rope twistingV1 p53July 2001Learning the ropes
rope visitorsV3 p18August 2004What if …?
rope when not to let goV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
ropesight analogy with swimmingV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
ropesight easier with MinimusV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
ropesight in huntingV3 p35April 2005Knowing and doing
ropesightV1 p39December 2000Knowing where you are
ropesightV4 p19August 2006Eyes down for a full house
ropesightV4 p42August 2007Ropesight
Rounds, calling intoV2 p31February 2003Go … again
rules for ringing methodsV4 p35April 2007Double Norwich
Rutland Surprise MajorV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
S H L Q (definitions)V2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
safety drillV3 p9March 2004When things go wrong
sally misbehavingV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
sally snatchingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
sally snatchingV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
sally stickingV3 p19August 2004What if …?
satisfactionV2 p40July 2003Motor learning
scud, analogy with ringingV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
self relianceV4 p50December 2007Keep on learning
set reduced with clapper tiedV2 p47October 2003Simulators
setting the paceV1 p50June 2001Setting the pace
Shea, JohnV2 p44September 2003Perfection versus holism
ShipwayV1 p18January 2000Principles
short courseV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
short draught, effectsV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
simulator to develop listeningV4 p29January 2007Ears to hear
simulator usesV2 p46October 2003Simulators
simulator using to develop rhythmV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
simulatorV1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
simulatorV4 p27December 2006Learning to hunt
Single CourtV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Single OxfordV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
Single OxfordV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
Single OxfordV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
singling inV2 p48November 2003More invention
size of bell, effect on chimingV2 p17July 2002Chiming
skills, putting them togetherV4 p47October 2007Getting it together
slipping wheelV3 p29January 2005Know your instrument – 2
sloppinessV2 p10April 2002Observation
small steps in learningV1 p10September 1999Small steps
sound control, electronicV2 p47October 2003Simulators
spare ropeV2 p18August 2002Coils and things
speed bestV3 p20September 2004How fast should we go?
speed changeV4 p26December 2006Learning to hunt
speed changes in workV2 p27December 2002Muscle memory and flying
speed changesV3 p35April 2005Knowing and doing
speed control in chimingV2 p17July 2002Chiming
speed controlV2 p26December 2002Muscle memory and flying
speed controlV3 p34April 2005Knowing and doing
speed in ringingV1 p50June 2001Setting the pace
speed not changingV2 p11April 2002Observation
speed of ropeV4 p40July 2007Rope movement
speed ringing at differentV1 p20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
speed set by the 2nd?V1 p51June 2001Setting the pace
speed unable to changeV2 p11April 2002Observation
speed what is right?V1 p50June 2001Setting the pace
speed zero effortV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
speedV2 p36May 2003Speed
splicing and place bellsV4 p45September 2007Knowing your place
springy ropesV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
springy ropesV3 p28January 2005Know your instrument – 2
St Clement’sV2 p7February 2002Intermediate methods
St Clement’sV2 p51December 2003It depends how you look at it
St Clement’sV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
St Clement’sV3 p27December 2004All roads lead to Rome
St Clement’sV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
St Clement’sV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
St Clement’sV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
St Martin’sV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
St Martin’sV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
St NicholasV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
St OsmundV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
St Simon’sV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
St Simon’sV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
stability addingV1 p63December 2001Collapsing touches
stability importanceV1 p57September 2001To move or not to move?
stabilityV2 p37May 2003Speed
stabilityV4 p50December 2007Keep on learning
standing & sittingV1 p9August 1999It’s all double Dutch
standing behindV1 p36November 2000Back seat drivers
staringV2 p11April 2002Observation
stay-benderV3 p8March 2004When things go wrong
stay bounceV1 p25April 2000Over the top
stay cause and avoidance of failureV1 p24April 2000Over the top
stay cause and avoidance of failureV3 p8March 2004When things go wrong
Stedman Cinques touchV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
Stedman DoublesV4 p30February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
Stedman Doubles, singles inV4 p30February 2007Singles in Stedman Doubles
Stedman Triples touchV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
Stedman TriplesV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
Stedman TriplesV3 p16July 2004Something original
Stedman twin bob touchesV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
StedmanV3 p36May 2005Fitting together
stepping stones in method learningV2 p6February 2002Intermediate methods
sticking bellsV4 p9March 2006Know your instrument – 3
stiff ropesV3 p29January 2005Know your instrument – 2
straight and level, ringing analogyV2 p10April 2002Observation
stress, effect on learningV2 p41July 2003Motor learning
strikingV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
strikingV3 p41July 2005Listen to the music
stroke, different actionsV2 p27December 2002Muscle memory and flying
structure Double BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
structure Double Court Bob MinorV4 p34April 2007Double Norwich
structure Double Norwich Court Bob MajorV4 p34April 2007Double Norwich
structure of methodV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
structure of methodV2 p50December 2003It depends how you look at it
structure of methodV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
structure of methodV4 p32March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
structure of methodV4 p38June 2007Pieces of eight?
structure of methodV4 p48November 2007More or less?
structure of the ringingV1 p63December 2001Collapsing touches
structure Plain BobV1 p13October 1999Guided by the Treble
structure Plain BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
structure Reverse BobV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
structure Single OxfordV1 p27May 2000Something a little different
structureV3 p22October 2004Beyond the blue line
structureV3 p36May 2005Fitting together
structureV3 p42August 2005Grids
structureV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
style, improving itV1 p41January 2001Doing it with style
Superlative Surprise MajorV4 p14June 2006More helpful structure
supportersV1 p4June 1999Welcome to The Learning Curve & Raising and lowering in peal – from scratch
surviving other people’s mistakesV1 p62December 2001Collapsing touches
swimming, analogy with rope movementV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
swimming, analogy with rope movementV4 p42August 2007Ropesight
switching force on and offV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
switching force on and offV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
symmetryV4 p39June 2007Pieces of eight?
synthetic rope effects ofV3 p29January 2005Know your instrument – 2
teachersV1 p4June 1999Welcome to The Learning Curve & Raising and lowering in peal – from scratch
teaching and learningV1 p54August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
teaching different approachesV3 p50December 2005Is there another way?
teaching good methodsV3 p44September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
teaching tips 10-V1V1 p10September 1999Small steps
teachingV1 p40January 2001Doing it with style
tenor differences from TreblesV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
tenor turning inV1 p20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
tensenessV2 p10April 2002Observation
tensenessV3 p12May 2004Steady as she goes
terminologyV1 p33September 2000Learning methods
The Tower HandbookV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
The Tutor’s HandbookV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
time delayV3 p24November 2004Know your instrument – 1
TittumsV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
touch creationV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
touch creationV2 p48November 2003More invention
touch cyclic variationsV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
touch labelled blocks inV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
touch lengthV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
touch multi-partV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
touch notationV2 p38June 2003From the same hymn sheet
touch of OriginalV3 p17July 2004Something original
touch repetition inV2 p43August 2003More hymn sheets
touch time takenV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
touch with a purposeV2 p49November 2003More invention
touches collapsingV1 p62December 2001Collapsing touches
Tower Captain and the Training of RingersV1 p28June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
Tower Handbook, TheV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Tower Handbook, TheV3 p51December 2005Is there another way?
Tower Handbook, TheV4 p19August 2006Eyes down for a full house
Tower Handbook, TheV4 p36May 2007Up and down
Tower Handbook, TheV4 p44September 2007Knowing your place
training and quarter pealsV4 p12May 2006Quarters are good for you
training benefits of MinimusV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
transformation of lead headsV2 p35April 2003Mother of invention
transforming coursing ordersV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
Treble Bob huntingV4 p21September 2006Viewed from the treble
Treble dodgingV3 p45September 2005Bob Doubles – The Holy Grail?
Treble dominated methodsV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Treble passingV1 p12October 1999Guided by the Treble
Treble passingV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
Treble view of other bells fromV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
Treble working withV4 p15June 2006More helpful structure
Trebles, differences from TenorsV2 p13May 2002Does size matter?
tunes in call changesV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
tunnel vision, avoidingV3 p13May 2004Steady as she goes
twin bob touches of StedmanV2 p42August 2003More hymn sheets
twisting ropesV1 p53July 2001Learning the ropes
two-stroke actionV2 p45September 2003Perfection versus holism
unpredictable bellsV4 p9March 2006Know your instrument – 3
unsteadinessV3 p49November 2005I got rhythm
unwindingV1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
Uxbridge Surprise MajorV4 p49November 2007More or less?
vertical hand movementV1 p16December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
vertical hand movementV1 p52July 2001Learning the ropes
vicious circleV1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
vicious circleV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
video recording of bell handlingV1 p53July 2001Learning the ropes
virtuous spiral/circleV1 p29June 2000Thinking about bell handling – Feeling the bell
virtuous spiral/circleV1 p63December 2001Collapsing touches
visitors, hazardsV3 p18August 2004What if …?
waiting, effects ofV3 p21September 2004How fast should we go?
Wallflower SinglesV2 p9March 2002Why learn Grandsire?
wheel movement v rope movementV4 p41July 2007Rope movement
wheel size, effect of largeV1 p20February 2000Turning in the Tenor
wheel size, effect of largeV1 p61November 2001Fighting the bell
wheel size effect on rope positionV4 p41July 2007Rope movement
WhittingtonsV2 p22October 2002Music to the ears
Winchendon PlaceV4 p13May 2006Quarters are good for you
WoodlandsV1 p22March 2000Small is beautiful
words v pictures, learning methodsV3 p26December 2004All roads lead to Rome
work cycleV3 p23October 2004Beyond the blue line
work orderV1 p32September 2000Learning methods
work, grouping blue line intoV4 p38June 2007Pieces of eight?
working bell, calling Grandsire Doubles fromV4 p6February 2006Conduct Grandsire Doubles – 2
‘wound up’V1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
‘wound up’V1 p60November 2001Fighting the bell
wrong-stroke movesV2 p11April 2002Observation
Wrong (calling position) effect on coursing orderV3 p4January 2004Conducting and coursing order – 1
Wrong (calling position) meaning ofV2 p39June 2003From the same hymn sheet
wrong direction, looking inV2 p11April 2002Observation
wrong handed ringingV2 p4January 2002Hands and arms
wrong place methodV1 p39December 2000Knowing where you are
Yorkshire Surprise coursing pairsV3 p31February 2005Ringing and numbers
Yorkshire Surprise MajorV4 p48November 2007More or less?
Yorkshire Surprise MaximusV4 p32March 2007Yorkshire on higher numbers
Yorkshire Surprise structureV3 p46October 2005Helpful bits of structure
Yorkshire SurpriseV3 p7February 2004Conducting and coursing order – 2
Yorkshire SurpriseV3 p27December 2004All roads lead to Rome
Yorkshire SurpriseV4 p20September 2006Viewed from the treble
zero effort speedV1 p7July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
‘A ringing simulator?’V2 p46October 2003Simulators
‘Another stay broken’V1 p25April 2000Over the top
‘Bemused cellist’V1 p58October 2001Ringers and musicians
‘Bristol Minimus’V3 p15June 2004Minimus is good for you
‘Close but not touching’V2 p19August 2002Coils and things
‘Counting sheep’ (cartoon)V1 p39December 2000Knowing where you are
‘Giant leap’V1 p10September 1999Small steps
‘Handbell ringer’V1 p42February 2001Ringing methods in hand – 1
‘Homework’V1 p32September 2000Learning methods
‘Irate tower captain’V1 p55August 2001Old learners or ageless problems?
‘It didn’t bounce’V1 p25April 2000Over the top
‘Look – one hand!’V2 p4January 2002Hands and arms
‘Observation?’V2 p10April 2002Observation
‘over and under’ methodsV4 p11April 2006Learning all eleven
‘Over doing it!’V1 p6July 1999Good striking and rhythmic ringing
‘progress’, must we all?V1 p14November 1999Something for everyone
‘Ringing granny’V1 p48May 2001Older learners
‘Rope throwing’V1 p16December 1999Thinking about bellhandling
‘Round out’ analogy with huntingV2 p33March 2003Leading
‘second sets the pace’, myth and realityV3 p13May 2004Steady as she goes
‘Silent practice’V2 p47October 2003Simulators
‘step’ size hunting on different numbersV3 p14June 2004Minimus is good for you
‘Tenor queen’V1 p21February 2000Turning in the Tenor
‘Three leads’ of Bristol or KentV2 p34April 2003Mother of invention
‘Too long, just right, too short’V2 p28January 2003The long and short of it
‘Too wide?’V1 p8August 1999It’s all double Dutch