Handbell roundup for November

Here is our (rather late) handbell roundup for November 2014......

Notable firsts:

Significant milestones

Other interesting performances

Featured performance

We liked the 7-spliced Surprise minor with a handful of firsts for Mike Wigney and Steve Mitchell - a great effort. 

Also, those clever Berkshire ringers have moved into 14-bell territory, with a first for nearly all the band.

With Noonan's and Wylde's Stedman Triples, that classy handbell band has now rung all the Landmark compositions silent and non-conducted.  A huge collective achievement, and a record that deserves to stand for a while.

However, for our featured performance this month, we have selected a peal of London Royal, a first for the Guildford Guild:


Guildford Diocesan Guild
Shalford, Surrey
Bridge End
Sunday, 9 November 2014 in 2h45 (size 14)
5040 London No.3 Surprise Royal
Composed by D G Hull (No.2A)
1–2 Karen M White
3–4 Ruth Blackwell
5–6 Julian Morgan
7–8 Richard A Pearce (C)
9–10 Sally A Schupke
First peal in the method on handbells: 1-2, 5-6, 9-10, and for the Guild.

(view it on BellBoard)

 

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