These grip postures were explored in daily practice over the course of this research, and are used within my creative process of Grip Switching. The letter codes I use to annotate staff notation for the "up" and "down" strokes of each grip posture are also given. Up and down lose meaning for some of the grip postures (for example Ó Riada and Reverse Ó Riada), and can instead be thought of as "strong" and "weak" strokes. Strong strokes usually fall on an accented beat, and weak strokes usually fall on unaccented beats, but this need not always be the case. Further context for the information in this table is found in the Bodhrán Literature and Practice Review and Notation sections.