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GRANDSIRE DOUBLES - 240s

There are the 34 possible callings using the conventional calls and extremes (but no bingles). They were first published in the Ringing World in 1999, on page 776.

Here are four two parts, each with a call at every lead:

sssesssebsse sssesssebsse
sssesssessbe sssesssessbe
bsbebsbebsse bsbebsbebsse
bsbebsbessbe bsbebsbessbe

Six three parts:

psesbsss psesbsss psesbsss
bsssbsse bsssbsse bsssbsse
bsssbess bsssbess bsssbess
bsssbses bsssbses bsssbses
pebebebe pebebebe pebebebe
bsbebebe bsbebebe bsbebebe

Five nearly-three-parts. Learn the first part and the differences between it and the subsequent parts:

bsssbsse sbsssbse bsssbsse
bebebese bebesebe bebesese
bsssbsse bsssbsse ssbsssbe
bsbessse ssbessse bsbessbe
bsbebsse bsbessse bssessse

One parts containing plain leads to really tax the band and the conductor:

pbpbpsebsbesbsspbpbpebss
pbpbpsesbsspbpbpebsbebss
pbpbpebssbsebssbsessbsss
pbpebssbsebsbessbssspsbs
psesbssbesbssbesbssspbpb

One parts with a call at every lead:

bsbessbsesssebsbesbessse
bsbesssesbssebsbesssebse
bsbesebsbebesesebebsbese
bsssbssessbsssbesbsssbse
bsssbssessbsssbessbsssbe
bsssbsebsssbssesbsssbses
bsssbsessbsssbessbsssbes
bsssbebsssbssesbsssbsess
bsssbesbebsesessbsesbsse
bsssbesbesbssesessbsebse
bsssbessbsebsesesbesbsse
bsssbessbsesbssesesbebse
bsssbesssesssesesssessse
bsssbesbsssbsesbsssbsess

The above 34 callings give us 1724 touches with rotations.


Last updated 30th March 2002 by John Irving.