Two L2 ringers in a class of beginners inspired “Four Square” – a Split-Level piece that keeps experienced ringers on their toes playing eighth notes while new ringers learn to ring easy half and whole note chords. The catchy 4-note melody (either from G to C (plus D) or from C to F (plus G)) can be played from a number of scores in two different ranges (“A” for 2-5 oct.in the Key of G - and “B” for 3-5 oct. in the Key of C). If more L2 ringers are included, they can double the melody an octave above or below or play from a score which involves 3 ringers sharing the 4-note melody. Opportunities to ring 3 bells in a single position or 4iH is also noted. As long as all ringers are ringing from the “A” set (or all from the “B” set) of scores, all parts are compatible. A leader or other classmates can play the melody on piano, Orff instruments or recorders, if all ringers need to play from a L1 score – Or write lyrics and sing them as a group while you ring! Add techniques to the chords to help your ringers continue to learn new skills and add some variety. Feel free to adapt these setting to fit your needs. Ringers really love this simple little piece and ask for it again and again, even long after the need for such a piece has passed. Use the sub-title “Fourfold Praise” for sacred settings. 16 measures.