[r-t] Re: 40320 Spliced S Major (360m)

Alexander Holroyd holroyd at math.ubc.ca
Thu Oct 7 23:15:38 UTC 2004

I think not without introducing worse nasties, such as place notation 78,
or double changes at the cross-section, or 3 blows in the same place, or
extremely long dodges.  If you want 360m then you need 30 different above
works (and 30 below works).  The front 3 working bells must do the same
work in all of them, and in addition all the sections have to be of "good"
parity structure, ie ab-cd or -ab-, not ab.cd- etc.  Fortunately there are
just enough available if you include the treble's 4-5 cross-section as
part of the above work.  The fact that 12 is allowed in the below work
gives rather more scope, so I was able to exclude 34-34.  I think I
managed to avoid anything longer than a triple dodge, which seems a boon
to me.

Look on the bright side - 56-56.4 allows for 3 87s in quick succession!


On Thu, 7 Oct 2004, Mark Davies wrote:

> Actually Ander, I'm going off this. Can you get rid of the methods that
> start 56-56?

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