Now you can follow a bell fairly reliably in rounds, it is time to learn to become a change ringer. The first step is to ring call changes. Instead of following the same bell all the time, the conductor will change the order in which the bells ring. He will call a bell to follow a different one.
Put this into practice now and have a play on this simulator: Call Change Simulator.
For more information, please read the rest of the article: Introducing Call Changes.
If you think you’ve got the hang of it, fill out this quiz ask someone to mark it on a practice night: Call Changes Quiz!
Having changes manually called can get a little boring. Kaleidoscope ringing is often used as a useful progression step before you move onto method ringing: kaleidoscope.
Learning to call changes is often an important first step towards learning to conduct. This is because it gives an overall view of the bells and how each change is linked: Calling Call Changes.
Some Well Known Changes
|Exploding Tittums||342516, 45362718, 5647382910, 675849302E1T|
|Kings||(31245), 531246 also Whittingtons, 75312468, 9753124680, E9753124680T|
|Queens||(24135), 135246, 13572468, 1357924680, 13579E24680T|
|Roller Coaster||3216547, (14327658), 3216549870, or on 16: 321654987TE0CBAD|
|Tittums||(31425), 142536, 15263748, 1627384950, 172839405E6T|
|Whittingtons||531246, (12753468), (1234975680), 531246E9780T|