edward.w.martin at gmail.com
Tue Oct 10 16:42:51 UTC 2006
As far as I can see, both need a single
the first idea:
" to start at backstroke and come round at the trebles snap before the
2nd lead in the 2nd course."
I don't see how one can avoid repetition when treble is 5-6 (the lead
after the single will repeat with the lead before the single whether
Camb, Bev or Surf) - or so I believe
However I think the following is true to any of those three:
start at trebles snap after the lead
sorry dont have a computer check
On 10/10/06, Samuel M. Austin <combineharvestersam at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Afternoon All,
> I'm organising a QP project to take place in a couple of weeks and I
> wondered if I may have some help with the compositions please?
> The tenor bell at Huyton (where I learned to ring) was cast by Henry
> Oldfield II in the year 1606 so we are going to ring a 1606 at all 7 towers
> containing ringable bells cast by Oldfield in 1606
> As a sub project, I'd like to obtain a 1606 in 7 different ways.
> There are two ways that I cant get a composition for though.
> Cambridge/Beverley or Surfleet. - I'd like a touch of 166 to start at
> backstroke and it should come round at the trebles snap before the 2nd lead
> in the 2nd course. I'd then sandwich a 1440 inside
> Cambridge/Beverley or Surfleet - The same but I'd like to start at trebles
> snap after the lead and it comes round at the second lead in the 2nd course.
> I've found 5 other ways using different methods.
> Many thanks
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