Single Oxford Bob Triples

This is step 2(b) in the red pathway.

Single Oxford Bob Triples is the most-rung triples method after Grandsire, Stedman and Plain Bob. Like Single Oxford Bob Minor, it is a good exercise in ringing by the treble: plain hunt below the treble, and learn what work to do depending where the treble is crossed on the way up.

The first known peal in the method was rung at Benenden in 1821.

Resources

Recent performances

Sunday, 1 March 2020 Wellington (Cathedral Church of St Paul), New Zealand 1260 Single Oxford Bob Triples
Saturday, 25 January 2020 Wisbech (St Peter and St Paul), Cambridgeshire 70 Single Oxford Bob Triples

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