[r-t] Some good observations from Marky D

Richard Grimmett richard at grimmett.org
Mon Nov 22 22:53:12 UTC 2004

Chris Poole:
> Also, Marky asks why should one limit oneself to two types of 
> call?  A good question.  Why not 5?  ....

Is there anything to stop sonmeone from defining all of the pns in
cambridge max (for instance) as calls and telling the band that these
calls are going to be at the 1st, 2nd, 3rd etc. rows of a lead and
consequently he will not call them all (allowing that part of the
compositrion to be silent), but will call leadend/head ones.  He can
then say 'go bristol', or anything for that matter including the biggest
nmber of spliced to be rung, and the band can ring cambridge (for

Where is the limit on calls?


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