[r-t] Cambridge S Minor

Richard Grimmett richard at grimmett.org
Mon Oct 2 18:20:24 UTC 2006

Can't answer that but Alan Burbidge does have a composition for a 5040
of grandsire triples along the same lones.


> I've just been on a weekend ringing tour and rung some of the usual 
> silly ringing tour touches one of which was "Go-go Cambridge" 
> - whilst 
> ringing Cambridge the conductor says "Go Cambridge" and you 
> start afresh 
> from the position at backstroke.
> Some touches included bobs, others not and surprisingly they did come 
> round (eventually). There was some pub discussion as to whether an 
> extent was possible.
> Ignoring the trivial solution of "Go Cambridge" at the lead 
> ends, is an 
> extent possible either with or without bobs.

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