[r-t] 5250 Plain Bob 8
graham at changeringing.co.uk
Fri Nov 19 13:07:13 UTC 2004
> Could you start x34, and say you're starting with the 2nd
> as the hunt bell, and then a 34 at the lead end to put
> the treble into the hunt?
Nothing wrong with that and it is more elegant to be able to say that you have
rung a 5250 of Plain Bob Major, rather than spliced.
Effectively you need to produce a 5360 of Bob Major starting with Single Home.
Then you just substitute the first course with X34 to remove 110 changes.
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