[r-t] Extent of Cambridge-over minor methods
pabs at cantab.net
Wed Jun 22 23:10:49 UTC 2005
> Here's the finished composition.
> 720 Spliced Surprise Minor (10m). Comp RAS
> 123456 Bo Bo Du Cm Yo
> - 142356 Yo Bk Pr Bk Hu
> - 125634 Hu He Pr Su Du
> - 153462 Du Cm Yo Bo
> - 136245 Cm Bv Bv Bv Bv
> - 123645 He Su Cm
> - 162345 Bo
> - 145362 Su Su
> - 123456
> Contains no 65s at back and a plain lead of each method.
> Methods: 48 each of Berwick (Bk), Hexham (He), Hull (Hu)
> and Primrose (Pr); 72 each of Durham (Du) and York (Yo);
> and 96 each of Beverley (Bv), Bourne (Bo), Cambridge (Cm)
> and 96 Surfleet (Su).
> If you do manage to get hold of Julian's composition, I'd be
> interested in seeing it.
> I'd be surprised if it were possible to get more than this
> in an extent. Then again, yesterday I would have
> tentatively suggested that about eight would have been the
> maximum possible.
Can the same courses be used with Carlisle backwork to give an extent in
nine methods (i.e. excluding Northumberland and Whitley)? If not, why not?
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