[r-t] St Augustine's Bob Triples

Samuel M. Austin combineharvestersam at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 12 11:09:33 UTC 2006

Certainly - although it probably isn't exactly what you're looking for.
We actually rang it in spliced - the idea was to ring Plain Bob Triples with 
5 different types of call - The St Augustine was 'created' by using the 
Grandsire Singles.



1260 Spliced Plain Triples (3)
Comp: S M Austin & R A Smith

352746 p
573624 *
765432 p
467253 y
472365 b
734526 x
567234 x
245367 p
243756 b

6 part

* Single in course here. Use S's in Odd parts and Z's in even parts.

p = Plain
b = 14
s = 1234
x = 3.123.3
y = 34.14.34
z = 34.1234.34

Contains 924 Plain Bob and 168 each of Canterbury Pleasure and St. Augustine

First Rung at St. Peter the Apostle, Royal Leamington Spa 16/04/06

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>    1. StAugustine's Bob Triples   (Julian Parker)
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>From: Julian Parker <juliancparker at yahoo.co.uk>
>Subject: [r-t] St  Augustine's Bob Triples
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>After a quarter of St Augustine's Bob Doubles at
>Penarth this weekend we wondered if the Triples had
>ever been rung. Having consulted the C.C.
>supplementary method collection, I see that it was
>rung to a quarter earlier this year and I'm assuming
>that the call used was an extended Grandsire Extreme
>i.e. New Bob above the treble.
>This was probably a Sam Austin venture so could you
>provide a copy of the composition please Sam?
>Julian Parker

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