This diagram shows the order of work in the method. The accompanying table shows the first few changes in the method and the first work you do as you move around the circle.
|2||In to Lead||(2)LL23455..||3/4 Down|
|4||Hunt In||(4)32LL234..||Long Fifths
(4 Blows in fifths)
|5||One blow in fifths, then hunt in||(5)5432LL2..||3/4 Up|
|3||Hunt out to the back||(3)455432L..||2nds|
This table illustrates how you will be affected if the conductor calls a Bob or Single indicated by an underscore. Note:- When unaffected the places you count will stay the same but order you meet the bells changes.
|Bob Called||Single Called|
|Do This||Next Work||Do This||Next Work|
|3/4 Down||Make 3rds and Out
|2nds||Unaffected||3/4 Down as usual|
|Make 4ths and In
|Long Fifths||Run Out
|Unaffected||3/4 Up as usual||Two blows in 5ths,
Tip: The single is rarely used in Plain Bob Doubles ask your instructor whether you need to learn it. Your instructor may often use these terms. If a Bob is called as you are about to do 34 Up the work you do is called 'Making the Bob', other pieces of work are 'Run In', 'Run Out' .
Printed from RINGBELL.CO.UK