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Raising and Lowering in Peal

by John Harrison

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Table of Contents:

1 Why read this booklet? · 3

2 Why do we raise and lower? · 4

3 Preliminaries · 5

3.1 Raising a single bell · 5

3.2 Lowering a single gell · 6

3.3 Handling the rope · 6

3.4 A gentle introduction · 8

4 Raising in peal · 8

4.1 Getting the rise started · 9

4.2 Raising the tenor · 10

4.3 Raising the treble · 10

4.4 Raising the second · 11

4.5 Raising any other bell · 12

5 Lowering in peal · 13

5.1 Lowering the treble · 13

5.2 Lowering the tenor · 14

5.3 Lowerinb the second · 15

5.4 Lowering the other bells · 15

5.5 A good finish · 15

6 Some points to watch · 16

6.1 Speed and position · 16

6.2 Stability · 16

6.3 Behind or in front? · 17

6.4 Spacing · 19

6.5 Rope length · 19

6.6 Coils · 19

6.7 Handstrokes · 20

6.8 Odd struck bells · 20

6.9 Effort · 21

6.10 A tip for the treble · 21

6.11 How much to say? · 22

7 Pride · 22

Appendix 1 How does it work? · 23

Appendix 2 Why hand and back · 26
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