[r-t] All the work minor

Fielding Ian I.Fielding at rbh.nthames.nhs.uk
Tue Nov 30 18:19:27 UTC 2004

What about if you can't ring a 2nds or 6th place variation of said method
though? I consider this 5 part of Beverley, Surfleet, Berwick, Hexham and
Durham atw. You can't ring Durham with 6ths at the lead end so it can't be
anything else if bobbed. 

Dur - Bev, Berw, Hex, Surf, Bev - 64523  x 5


-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Smith [mailto:richard at ex-parrot.com]
Sent: 30 November 2004 18:07
To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
Subject: Re: [r-t] All the work minor

rchat wrote:

> What are people's thoughts on what constitutes all the work in a minor
> method? How many leads need to be rung, and how do calls affect this?

I interpret it to mean at least one plain lead of each
method, and every bell ringing each lead of each method
(though not necessarily as a plain lead).

So I think that a 360 of Beverley, Surfleet and Durham
coursed spliced between three Homes could legitimately be
called all the work.


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