# [r-t] 40320 Spliced S Major

Philip Earis Earisp at rsc.org
Thu Aug 19 08:30:51 UTC 2004

```"Perhaps something like this? :-)"

Congratulations, Ander, that's very interesting!  Presumably that's the
first ever extent of treble-dodging major that doesn't involve
Derwent-variants or a single every half-lead? Can you make it so that
the overwork is never changed at the lead-head and the underwork never
changed at the half-lead?  I might be inclined to change the notation,
eg

Overworks
B = -5-4.5-5.36...
E = -56-4-5-36...

Underworks
b = 4-4.5-4-1
e = -4-5-34-1

First course:
Be Bb Ee Bb Eb Ee etc

It's interesting to see that you've had the same issue that we've come
across when ringing PABS blocks of minor, i.e. that method E doesn't
naturally exist, and is currently in this case a differential hunter.
Of course you can get around this by saying it's got a 16 lead-end, but
then you lose the massive elegance of it being double and the extent
having no calls.

I look forward to seeing the explanation and further examples!

----
Explanation will be forthcoming (although I expect Richard can work it
out
on his own!).  More methods and fewer 87s could readily be achieved on
the
same plan...

40320 Spliced S Major (4m) AEH

B = &-5-4.5-5.36.4-4.5-4-1,1 (Bristol)
C = &-5-4.5-5.36-4-5-34-1,1
D = &-56-4-5-36.4-4.5-4-1,1
E = &-56-4-5-36-4-5-34-1,1

CB EB DE BE BE BC DC  12783465
etc

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