[r-t] Spliced Surprise Major problem
Earisp at rsc.org
Fri Jan 5 16:21:26 UTC 2007
Fantastic - very quick and impressive - many thanks for this John.
A couple of requests:
1) Is it possible to get a version with cyclic part ends? I notice that
if you rotate each part of your composition to start with Belfast you
nearly do (first part-end is 23456817).
2) Can you get a version with only one treble-changing single per-part?
If either or both or these requests are accommodated please share the
From: John Goldthorpe [mailto:johng at omnieng.co.uk]
Sent: 05 January 2007 15:36
To: ringing-theory at bellringers.net
Subject: Re: [r-t] Spliced Surprise Major problem
Philip Earis wrote:
> On his website
> Goldthorpe has an 8-part 'atw for all 8 bells' composition of spliced
> surprise major in 20m; basically Chandler's 23 without Newcastle,
> and Sonning.
> I presume the main reason for leaving these three methods out was to
> keep the length down...assuming one doesn't exist already, can anyone
> come up with an 8-part containing all 23 methods (5888 changes)?
5888 Spliced Surprise Major (23 methods)
John M Goldthorpe
- 18642735 Newcastle
- 12357648 Moulton
S 61854237 Chertsey
S 16582437 Buckfastleigh
- 13748265 Claybrooke
- 12437586 Bristol
- 16532847 Yeading
S 61358247 Caterham
- 65138247 Colnbrook
S 16583472 Malpas
S 71325486 Northampton
8 part. S=3456.
256 of each method.
183 com, 41 cru's, all the work.
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