[r-t] Cambridge S Minor
edward.w.martin at gmail.com
Mon Oct 9 17:01:37 UTC 2006
I'm afraid that this brings up (for me) an old chestnut:
Please consider the following:
Tony Smith maintains that this is merely Grandsire but with 3 as the
primary hunt & 1 as the secondary hunt; However, I maintain that if :
Then clearly it is NOT !
(I bring this up about every 5 years or so, to no avail)
On 10/9/06, Ben Willetts <ben at benjw.org.uk> wrote:
> Julian Parker:
> > This triggered off in my mind whether you can legally
> > ring an extent of Cambridge, starting and finishing
> > with the treble snap
> Yes -- this is entirely legal. The CC Decisions say that starting a method
> from somewhere other than the lead-head does not make it a new method.
> Peals of Stedman commonly start from places other than the usual one.
> > and whether you could apply this to any treble bob
> > method.
> Yes, of course. You can apply it to any change of any method, if you don't
> mind the treble not being the hunt-bell.
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