[r-t] Grandsire Triples

edward martin edward.w.martin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 31 15:04:14 UTC 2007

Years ago When I was looking for all the regular 12-part comps, I
thought that I had found one with as many plain leads as JJParkers. It
did have and ran to isolated quarter peal lengths, but there was no
way of using the common single to join these up


On 31/08/2007, Robert Lee <rlee5040 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >I don't think its possible to get a regular 20-lead block aas you
> >describe and the only hope that I can see for a 15 lead block is to
> >use the 3-lead plan. The reason being that there is only one q-set
> >that will gather all the row types without compromising the hand &
> >backstroke rows of bobbed blocks.
> >mew
> Cheers for that. There is one mutually true 15 lead block pbpbssbbsbspbpp,
> but I couldn't find a way of joining up more than 8 parts (the cycles &
> reversals of 2,3,4,5).
> Rob
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