Earisp at rsc.org
Fri Feb 17 14:31:07 UTC 2006
The composition was as posted to the ringing-chat list the other day:
5184 Bristol Maximus (DJP)
10 - 1ET907856423 9
18 - 1ET907862534 20
16 - 1ET908273645 31
14 - 1ET029384756 42
14 - 1ET230495867 53
14 - 1902E8T73645 63
14 - 17829605E4T3 73
14 - 156274839T0E 83
10 - 189706E5T342 84
16 - 1234567T8E90 86
18 - 123456789T0E 97
10 - 1234567890ET 108
I love it when people collaborate to develop an idea, especially when
some resulting compositions can be rung without delay.
Hopefully some Kent 16 and spliced to follow before too long...
From: Phil O [mailto:philochat at hotmail.com]
Sent: 17 February 2006 14:24
To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
Subject: [r-t] Tittums
>Tonight was the Society of Cambridge Youths AGM. After being inspired
>recent emails on here, David Pipe spent his time productively, thinking
>noble thoughts about big tittums.
I see you rang "First peal of Bristol Maximus to contain the
coursing order TE098765432" .
Any details of comp available?
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