[r-t] Double major principles

Andrew Tyler antylerdb at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 16 17:22:19 UTC 2005

You are correct: Hamish and Sue were both at Manchester and they finished up the year I started. They are among the nicest people one could wish to meet. As you can judge from the web page, Hamish's interests are much too broad to be dedicated to composition as a regular activity.
By the by, on a light note, Giles always expressed a fondness for  the anagram "Gosh B Simpleton" .
Best wishes,

Glenn Taylor <gaataylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

I've stumbled across a fairly interesting link containing double major
principles which can be used to generate the extent:


The page is written by Hamish McNaughton - does anyone know anything
about him?

I believe I'm correct in saying that he was one of the leading lights in the
Manchester Univ Guild in the days of Crusher McWoodsaw and Bill T Gudgeon
(aka MCWS and GBT) in the 1970s.

Glenn Taylor

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