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THE WORK OF GRANDSIRE DOUBLES

The table shows the work you have to learn to ring a plain course. When you have it, learn the work at a bob:

What to do When to do it  
In The Hunt
 
Plain hunt, taking the treble off the lead.
In the plain course, when you pass the treble in 5ths place or when you started on the second.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15243
 12534
 21543
 25134
 52314
Thirds
 
Go up to thirds place (treble then one other bell below you) and back over the same two bells to lead.
In the plain course, or after a bob or bingle when the treble takes you off the lead.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15243
 12534
 21543
 25134
 52314
4-5 Dodge Down
 
After lying behind, drop into 4ths for one blow, then back to 5ths and in. The treble is the first bell on the way in.
In the plain course, when you pass the treble in 4ths place.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15243
 12534
 21543
 25134
 52314
4-5 Dodge Up
 
As you reach the back, drop into 4ths place for one blow and then continue by lying behind before coming in. The last blow at the back is over the treble.
In the plain course, when you pass the treble in 3rds place.
 45312 
 54132
 51423
 15243
 12534
 21543
 25134
 52314

 
Last updated 16th October 2005 by John Irving.