[r-t] Spliced TB Major
james.hustler2 at 1stquote.co.uk
Wed Apr 12 12:42:38 UTC 2006
I suspect you probably won't - the method Writtle was so named to try
and get the local band at Writtle to think outside the box a little and
ring by a rule based format rather than a strict blue line.
It is not possible to get a true 720 of Writtle TB, so we rang a 1440
instead which apparantly was not good enough to "name" a method under
the existing "rules" - I'm not sure whether this is still the case.
Tony Smith did warn that another band could come along and re-name the
method and by the looks of things you have.
BTW - how is the 34-34.1-2-1-2-220.127.116.11.1 extension arrived at?
I had always assumed the logical ECD/SEF or EFG/SEF rules but then I've
not had cause to delve into the extension rules of late.
> I was aware or Writtle Minor but assumed that it would extend to
> 34-34.18-12-18-12-18.104.22.168.18 and I haven't received any missives
> from the methods committee so I presume I was right.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ringing-theory-bounces at bellringers.net on behalf of James Hustler
> Sent: Wed 12/04/2006 12:40
> To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
> Subject: Re: [r-t] Spliced TB Major
> > I was intrigued by the peal on p. 330 of the Ringing World.
> > Does anyone (e.g. PJE) know the reason for this collection of strange
> > methods?
> > Peter
> Most curious!
> Tying up the extension thread
> Very Easy TB Major 34-34.1-2-22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1 lh18 (M)
> Writtle TB Minor 34-34.1-2-188.8.131.52.1 lh 1 (m) Writtle 02/1062
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